Patricia Lombard is the co-editor and publisher of the Larchmont Buzz. Patty lives with her family in Fremont Place. She has been active in neighborhood issues since moving here in 1989. Her pictorial history, "Larchmont" for Arcadia Press is available at Chevalier's Books.
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This story has been updated regarding the home invasion robbery in Sycamore Square. SSA Security reported a bizarre incident of an individual who tried to break into a golf course adjacent home in the 500 block of Lillian Way while yelling “let me in” early Wednesday morning. According to SSA, they received a call from […]
This week the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved (12-0) a $1.5 million sustainable sidewalk repair pilot program. The program is anticipated to be rolled out at select City facilities this summer. The goal of the program is to begin incorporating alternative, environmentally sustainable products in the City’s long-term effort to repair and maintain our […]
Windsor Square Resident Stephen Davis was profiled this week in the LA Times Business Section feature on his efforts to lead Hasbro into the feature film business using its vast collection of characters and toys as primary sources for original stories. No longer just licensing their characters, Hasbro has begun financing and producing some of its […]
According to an online real estate listing, Pinches Tacos take out restaurant space is for lease. But Pinches doesn’t want to leave Larchmont. So why the advertisement? Owner Miguel Anaya told the Buzz they are exploring their options because of the City’s aggressive enforcement of the Larchmont “Q” conditions that restrict the number of sit-down restaurants on […]
There’s a new Nobu in LA and it’s in the neighborhood. At the corner of Melrose and Citrus Avenue, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa has opened Umeda according to Eater LA. It’s a tall, open space with lots of blonde wood touches, two- and four-tops, and a small wooden bar that looks into the open kitchen. Perhaps […]
Today is the vernal equinox, astronomically the first day of Spring. This year, the vernal equinox took place on Monday, March 20 at precisely 9:28 a.m. PDT. At this time, the sun crossed over from the southern hemisphere into the northern hemisphere. During this process, the sun shone directly over the earth’s equator, bathing the earth’s northern and […]