Raised climbing apple trees in Appleton Wisconsin, Julie Grist has lived in many parts of the world but finds the Larchmont area of Los Angeles to be well worth calling home – for its wonderful people, great architecture, sense of community, and endless sunshine. Julie wakes up happy almost every day.
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The Larchmont Buzz is pleased to announce a new bee in their swarm: Kim Rudy is the new Director of Advertising for the daily online newspaper that serves the greater Wilshire, Hancock Park and Larchmont areas of central Los Angeles. “I love the Buzz. It’s a great community forum, and a wonderful avenue for local […]
550 N. Irving Blvd Attention all Paramount Studio people, and Larchmont Village lovers. Here is an opportunity to move right into a turn-key, charming, remodeled 1926 Spanish in Larchmont Village. A quartzite stone front walkway and porch invites you into a generous living room with state of the art bio-ethanol marble fireplace. Large bay window […]
It must be every kid’s dream: create an ice cream, get to eat it, then have it sold in a real ice cream shop. That dream has been fulfilled for several students from Larchmont Charter School when the local Larchmont ice cream shop, Salt & Straw, combined a classroom learning lesson with some real life […]
The Friends of Wilshire (Branch) Library (FOWL) sponsored a free container garden class for the local community from November 2014 to January 2015. The goal was to help teach children about gardening and where their food really comes from, and to introduce them to such topics as soil use, sustainability, scientific observation, and ecosystem awareness. The […]
If you’re a writer looking for inspiration, ideas or work space, there hardly seems a better place to live these days than near Larchmont Village. Sure, Bricks & Scones is still swamped with writers pecking out screenplays on their laptops, and your own backyard or office works pretty well. But many writers get tired of […]
Mayor Eric Garcetti, local officials and Metro staff officially opened the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lane along Wilshire Blvd early Tuesday morning under stormy skies and in front of the La Brea Tar Pits, announcing the new service as a “great example of how Los Angeles is moving forward.” “This is a thoroughfare, Wilshire Blvd, […]