A star was born when production studios relocated to Culver City in the early 1900s. Officially nicknamed, “The Heart of Screenland,” Culver City’s studios have produced hundreds of films. Old classics like “The Wizard of Oz,” “Gone with the Wind,” and “Citizen Kane” were produced in Culver City. Old buildings serve new purposes in this nearly-centurion Angeleno outpost. Blending nostalgia with right-now trends, Culver City tugs on the heartstrings and pushes the envelope. Culver City’s away-from-the-commotion but near-the-city location attracts families and trendsetters to its wholesome vicinity. Ice-skating rinks, tree-lined streets, and community theatres temper Culver City’s pool-sharking bars, bare-faced art galleries, and restaurants that sound best when their name is whispered. Every Tuesday, the Culver City Farmers’ Market sets up stalls to sell the week’s freshest produce. Those raw culinary delights often transform into Culver City’s cafes’ delights. The downtown area, art district, and high scoring public schools are drawn for home buyers.