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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Paris Photo, an art fair dedicated to historical and contemporary photography, takes place twice annually at the Grand Palais in Paris the fall and at Paramount Pictures Studios in Los Angeles in the spring. Now in its 18th year, Paris Photo is a key event for collectors of contemporary and modern art, photography professionals, artists, and […]
We stumbled across a couple photos of the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax in the early 1920′s, well before the May Company department store or LACMA, when the barren intersection was home to Rogers Aircraft Inc and its airport. Rogers Airport opened in 1918 with an unpaved 1800 foot east-west runway lined with an assortment of odd buildings […]
Residents living in some 20 neighborhoods hard-hit by developers building large-scale single family homes in their communities are rallying residents to show up at City Hall to quell ‘mansionization’ developments in their neighborhoods. Community leaders are urging concerned residents to show up at the hearings and to write emails to urge the City to extend […]
If you know the Brookside neighborhood, you’ll know it really is named after a brook that still meanders through the backyards of many of the stately homes on South Longwood and South Tremaine. This Sunday, April 26th, seven of the gardens that border the brook will be open to the public in an event sponsored […]