Everyone pedestrian or biker has one – the intersection you always try to avoid because when you don’t, you risk death or injury by entering [more…]
At a scheduled court appearance on Wednesday, August 12, lawyers for Larchmont Bungalow restaurant owner Albert Mizrahi requested more time to present another motion on [more…]
Everyone knows the Hancock Park, Miracle Mile, Windsor Square and Brookside communities…but on Sunday, February 22, the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council will sponsor a free, [more…]
On Friday, January 30, the Wilshire Crest Elementary School PTA will host “Jazzed About Music” a gala fundraiser to benefit the school’s music program. The [more…]
Elections for the GWNC are this Sunday, March 30 from 12-4 pm at John Burroughs Middle School, 600 S. McCadden. If you live, work, or [more…]
Wilshire Crest Elementary is going to be growing a whole lot of vegetables in addition to trees and a butterfly garden in new open space at the school…[Read more.]
12 questions, and answers, that will tell you all you need to know about Sunday’s GWNC elections, but didn’t know you should ask.
Who are the people running for seats on our Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council? We have the list…and statements from those who chose to provide them…[Read more.]
On Thursday, October 18, you can join the millions of Californians who will “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” in The Great California ShakeOut, the largest earthquake drill ever.
California’s Academic Performance Index (API) numbers for the 2011-2012 school year were released last week, and our Wilshire-area schools have much to celebrate.
All candidates who have registered for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council’s October 28 elections have been invited to speak at its monthly board meeting this Wednesday, October 10, 7:00 p.m. at the Ebell of Los Angeles.
From now until Sept. 28, registration is open for all stakeholders who would like to run for a seat on the board of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council. This is a great way to get involved in your neighborhood! [Read more…]
This past Sunday, August 26, the Sycamore Square Neighborhood Association held its annual block party and Annual Meeting on the 800 block of S. Orange [more…]
With many of our neighborhood residents jolted awake at 3:19 Wednesday morning by a 3.7 earthquake centered in the Playa Vista area, it seems like a good time to note that the LA Fire Department is sponsoring a new, seven-week round of free Community Emergency Response Training (CERT)…[Read more.]
Not the way we like to start our week, but local residents should know that there’s a Peeping Tom active in the Larchmont area.
Local schoolyards used to be community spaces, where kids could play and enjoy themselves even when school wasn’t in session…[Read more.]
This Thursday Councilman Tom LaBonge will host a meeting with LAPD Captains from the Wilshire and Olympic Divisions, on public safety…[Read more.]
The Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) is alerting customers to be aware of a scam that has affected utility customers in several states across the country.
The St. Andrews Square Neighborhood Association will host its semi-annual Book and Bake Sale at the Wilshire Branch Library (149 N. St. Andrews Pl., at Council) this weekend. The sale, which runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 19, will benefit both the library and SASNA. Go grab a few books…and some goodies to enjoy while you read them!
Photographer and former BBC director Jett Loe moved to LA, fell in love, and is now producing a multi-media Valentine to his adopted West Adams neighborhood…[Read more.]