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.]
Big Sunday is an annual volunteer event – held on the first weekend in May – during which thousands of people of all ages and all backgrounds come together and pitch in at hundreds of nonprofits…[Read more.]
Break out your 80’s neon running gear and join others for the 10K run April 14th, starting and ending at the Paramount Lot…[Read more.]
Have you ever looked at an old postcard of Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile and marveled at how much things have changed? [Read more.]
On Saturday, April 21 (the day before Earth Day), Wilshire Crest Elementary School will hold an e-waste collection from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in its east parking lot. This is a great way to clean out your closets… [Read more.}
The City Controller’s office is conducting a Business and City Improvement Survey – open to all who live, work and play in Los Angeles – to [more…]
Some of us are old enough to remember the good old days…when every household received exactly two phone books per year — a White Pages and a Yellow Pages…[Read more.]
Got a great non-profit neighborhood project? As you may or may not know, one of the best things Neighborhood Councils do is provide funding for community improvement projects….[Read more.]
The LA City Council is considering a ban on plastic bags -do you think this would be a smart move for Los Angeles?…[Read more.]
The L.A. City Council Redistricting Commission concluded its work with the adoption of a final draft map even while protests and negotiations continue both across the city and close to home…[Read more.]
A second meeting to discuss the Western Ave. prostitution problems and the proposed traffic changes for Western Ave is scheduled for Feb. 27…[Read more.]