Marcie Bronkar’s Art Salon space at 128 1/2 Larchmont was buzzing this week with shoppers viewing Charlotte Bialas’s line of custom made silk clothing made from vintage silk fabrics the designer finds all over the world from antique fairs, auctions and mills.
The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council’s (GWNC) Land Use committee reviewed applications from a number of local business seeking exceptions to the current zoning at its meeting on May 28th.
The Buzz dropped in on a planning meeting of the Ebell’s Food and Wine Committee planning their second Seasonal Wine and Dine Pairing dinner this [more…]
Almost 300 loyal readers gathered Friday evening at the Ebell to pay tribute to Jane Gilman publisher of the Larchmont chronicle who is celebrating 50 years of operation.
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of our very own Fire Station 29 with an old-fashioned pancake breakfast co-sponsored by FIRST-IN FIRE FOUNDATION, “Friends of the Fire [more…]
On Wednesday, Albert Mizrahi, owner of the Larchmont Bungalow, pled no contest to fire code violations of overcrowding and blocked fire exits.
The Wilshire Ebell in Hancock Park will become an intimate jazz venue on Saturday, April 13th when the Tamir Hendelman Trio performs live in the clubhouse.
An observant Block Captain in Hancock Park alerted authorities to a burglary in progress, and went on to alert neighbors as the dragnet, which captured four suspects, ended successfully on Feb 8th.
Due to last minute scheduling changes, Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti will now be attending the Wilshire Blvd. Mayoral Forum this Sunday at 11 at [more…]
Why vote in the Mayoral Race? Because this time your vote may actually make a difference…
Last summer, Buzz editors thought it would be great to have a discussion with the mayoral candidates about the future of our city. We thought, let’s organize it around Wilshire Boulevard, the historic spine of our city, and invite all the neighborhood councils and homeowners associations along Wilshire to join in.
“The play’s the thing…”is a famous line from Hamlet. He’s hoping a play will confirm the identity of the ghost as his father by [more…]
Larchmont Bungalow, 107 N. Larchmont, owner Albert Mizrahi had his day in court on Friday when he presented testimony to Judge Kathleen Kennedy. But the city won the day. [Read more…]
Copper wire thefts continue to plague residents in Hancock Park where now almost 23 blocks of over 70 in the neighborhood are in the dark said Hancock Park HOA president, Cindy Chavatl Keane. [Read more…]
Today was one of those really weird LA weather days. Dense fog blanketed much of the city this morning. The fog was so thick in my neighborhood, I could hardly see in front of me as a I drove my daughter to her bus stop near Third Street School. Naturally, she asked and I also wondered, what causes the fog? [Read more…]
The Windsor Square Homeowners Association is managing the restoration of a long neglected traffic median at Norton and 6th Streets, which will be planted with a large oak tree.
After a 15-month stint at the Trust for Public Land, Carolyn Ramsay is returning to Councilman LaBonge’s office as Chief of Staff effective September 1…[Read more.]
You may have noticed the sunny garden on Plymouth Boulevard, surrounded by nine pineapple guava trees and the charming antique wrought iron gate that begs [more…]
At a hearing last week in Division 40 of the Criminal Courts, Bungalow owner Albert Mizrahi was told to remove the chairs from his illegal restaurant before his next court date, August 14… [Read more.]
Lizzie and Mitchell Schwartz hosted a “meet and greet” with City Controller and mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel at their Windsor Square home last night…[Read more.]