Julie co-founded the Larchmont Buzz with fellow buzzer Mary Hawley in 2011 and served as Editor, Publisher and writer for the hive for many years until the sale of the Buzz in August 2015. She is still circling the hive as an occasional writer.
Julie Grist's Latest Posts
Bring Your Own Dance Moves downtown at the Music Center Plaza only runs through August, so if you haven’t had a chance yet to show off some of your fast footwork, get down there soon! This Friday, August 7th, the non-stop free outdoor dance party will feature a stellar lineup of DJs including: DJ Carlos Niño […]
LAPD Wilshire Division reported there has been a rash of purse snatchings in the area of late. Purses which were easily within arms reach or slung over a back of a chair at a restaurant were stolen by quick-acting thieves in five incidents within one week. Recent crimes reported in the Wilshire Division: 7-22-15: 100 […]
The National Park Service is tracking two urban coyotes and have found they aren’t just passing through – they’ve adapted to life in the heart of Los Angeles, negotiating highways and street traffic and utilizing their urban environments to survive and even raise pups. The two coyotes, named C-144 and C-145, have been outfitted with […]
These guys just keep on cooking. Chefs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, the team behind Animal, Son of a Gun, Trois Mec and Petit Trois, all very well-respected restaurants not far from Hancock Park, opened a pizza joint in April on Fairfax: aptly named Jon & Vinny’s at 412 N. Fairfax Ave. Jon & Vinny’s recently won attention from food critic […]
A fire broke out in a second-floor apartment on the 500 block of North Rossmore Ave. early Wednesday morning, causing congestion on the busy arterial street in Hancock Park, and concern from neighbors. Fortunately the female resident of the apartment was not harmed, though her dog died in the blaze. The Los Angeles Fire Department […]
Many residents in the Wilshire and Larchmont areas are reporting seeing coyotes in full daylight on city streets and in residential yards. Sightings appear to be on the uptick currently, with the animal(s) described as very healthy and not emmaciated, large, and bold. There have been reports of a coyote attacking a small dog in […]