Julie Grist

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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Lafayette Square Used Stuff Sale

Lafayette Square Used Stuff Sale

| May 14, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lafayette Square’s Used Stuff Sale is set for this Saturday, May 16, 2015  from 8am to 2pm. Many fans of the multi-family yard sale of the stately historic homes in Lafayette Square every year will be happy to learn the annual event is this weekend. One of the largest yard sales in Los Angeles,  they expect families […]

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4180 Wilshire Bl at Crenshaw: Packing in the Apartments

4180 Wilshire Bl at Crenshaw: Packing in the Apartments

| May 13, 2015 | 4 Comments

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Artist Chris Burden Dies: Created Urban Lights for LACMA

Artist Chris Burden Dies: Created Urban Lights for LACMA

| May 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

Chris Burden, creator of LA’s most iconic sculpture “Urban Lights”, a temple-like assemblage of 202 street lights that marks the Los Angeles County Museum’s (LACMA) Wilshire Blvd entrance, died on Sunday of malignant melanoma at his home in Topanga Canyon. He was 69 years old. Burden produced sculptural and performance art over the past four decades, […]

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Handy App Tools in Time of Emergency

Handy App Tools in Time of Emergency

| May 8, 2015 | 1 Comment

The New York Times published a quick video on helpful apps for those who may find themselves in an emergency situation – such as those of us in Southern California who live in earthquake country but still may feel ill prepared to handle an emergency situation. Seeing the photos of devastation in Nepal can only […]

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Van Ness Resident Makes Way for Ducklings

Van Ness Resident Makes Way for Ducklings

| May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Living in a guest house above a tranquil pool on the 100 block of North Van Ness Ave has given Josh Herman a bird’s eve view into the life cycle of the duckling.  In fact, Herman could even be considered a co-parent to a mommy Mallard as he helped her raise two families of ducklings […]

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Chevalier’s Inaugurates Literary Evenings This Thursday

Chevalier’s Inaugurates Literary Evenings This Thursday

| May 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

To celebrate their 75th (!) year as bookseller to the Larchmont Village community, Chevalier’s Books is inaugurating a monthly evening Literary Series focused on the power of words. Hosted on the first Thursday of every month, Chevalier’s will offer a space to gather, chat, browse and connect with literature-loving neighbors while listening to some of […]

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