Millions of Angelenos enjoy the public gardens designed by Mia Lehrer, honoree of this year’s Los Angeles Garden Tour and Party, presented by the Windsor Square Hancock Park Historical Society.
This past week the Larchmont Chronicle tweeted that Flywheel Sports, the indoor cycling workout that promises “a chance to achieve something more,” would be coming to the former Blockbuster space…[Read more.]
More than likely you have seen evidence of Lyn MacEwen Cohen’s civic engagement and commitment to greening our community along Wilshire Blvd or Rossmore Avenue. [more…]
My garden seemed to be literally growing before my eyes today….[Read more.]
When there’s a breeze, you can see them swirling around, the delicate white petals of the ornamental pear tree. If you look carefully, you’ll notice them on the ground too before they are swept up by fastidious gardeners or the next gust of wind… [Read more.]
Where can you hear five incredible women scientists speak about their careers in oceanography, cancer research, seismology and space exploration? Only at the California Science Center…[Read more.]
Wednesday, I had the privilege of attending a sold-out luncheon fundraiser for President Obama organized by the campaign committee Women for Obama…[Read more.]
Studies have shown that a lack of STEM role models for girls, is one of the chief reasons why girls lose interest in science, technology, enginerring and math after school…[Read more.]
Have you ever wanted to wander the rooms of the Ebell? Now’s your chance!
This Sunday from 1-4 p.m., the Ebell invites you to drop in for their first ever Open House…[More.]
After more the two years, the verdict is finally in on the Larchmont Bungalow. On December 30, 2011, Judge Soussan Bruguera dismissed the case filed by the Larchmont Bungalow owners that claimed the city had improperly revoked the Bungalow’s certificate of occupancy…[Read more.]
The only weed to be found on Larchmont will still be just in the medians. The rumor that a medical marijuana collective would be moving into the former Blockbuster location is “absolutely false,”…[Read more.]
Elizabeth English, Head of School at The Archer School for Girls, will address the question, “Is Single-Sex Education Better for Girls?” on Monday, December 12 in a luncheon speak at the Ebell of Los Angeles. The Ebell Club, founded by women for women in 1894, a time when most were denied access to education, invited Ms. English to talk about this important issue for parents with girls. The public is invited. Please contact the Ebell to make reservations. [Read more…]
I admit the one advantage to getting up super early (at least for me, it’s super early) to take my daughter to school is that I occasionally see some wonderful treats of nature offered only to the early risers. This morning it’s quite chilly for those of us who are lucky enough to call LA our home. There is actually frost on the grass to prove it too! [Read more…]
Fruit trees are abundant in our neighborhood. Our mild climate allows even the most unskilled gardener to enjoy a wide range of fruit throughout the year. But often the fruit is left on the tree to rot, which is not good for the tree or for our less fortunate neighbors who could be enjoying the fruit.Enter Rick Nahmias, a professional…[Read more…]