Cinespia will screen The Third Man (1951) starring Orson Welles as its first outdoor film of the 2013 summer season. Bring a blanket, bottle of [more…]
Everyone’s favorite “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” star and local Hancock Park area resident Nia Vardalos will be signing books and chatting with customers at [more…]
The Ebell Chorale will put poetry to song this Monday at 12 noon in a free Poetry & Music event. The 45 minute [more…]
“Big Sunday” is a city-wide event for community service with a simple philosophy: everyone helps, everyone wins. The folks over at St. Brendan School are taking this challenge to heart – organizing multiple projects that allow lots of students and their families to participate.
Please join Councilman Tom LaBonge, the Department of Recreation and Parks, and the Los Angeles Police Department, for the opening of the new playground at LA High Memorial Park, this Thursday, May 2nd, at 8 a.m. on the grounds of the Memorial Branch Library at 4625 W. Olympic Boulevard.
Landis Stationery at 138 N Larchmont Bl. is opening its doors this week to showcase several artists as they work on their craft inside the [more…]
This weekend ushers in Prom season and Larchmont Buzz has a tip to help families save a little money and help Prom goers enjoy a night out that affords the freedom and mobility that they have come to expect.
Late April signals the beginning of the outdoor music season at LACMA…including the series Jazz at LACMA and Latin Sounds. Couple that with the indoor music scene of Art & Music and Sundays Live in the Bing Theater and you have some great ways to experience some great LA sounds.
Tonight he Independent Shakespeare Company is gearing up for the summer theater season to raise a glass, and funds, for free Shakespeare in Griffith Park [more…]
Is your medicine cabinet stuffed with old prescription medications? The Drug Enforcement Administration has scheduled a Prescription Drug Take-Back Day for this Saturday, April 27 , [more…]
Larchmont Charter West is having their First Annual Carnival and Silent Auction on Saturday, April 20th. Lots of family fun and games! Plus, a silent auction – and food. Free admission – all are welcome!
Over the past few months, Keller Williams’ Larchmont Village Office has been undergoing a make-over! On Saturday, April 20th Keller Williams is holding an Art Show – which just happens to be a great excuse to invite you to see the new digs.
Each Spring the Los Angeles Garden Party represents a celebration of the beauty of the season in our neighborhood. It’s a time when Angelenos who appreciate gardening and landscape design come together to get ideas and to honor those who advocate for public green space.
Area bikers will be “swarming” on Sunday – south towards the CicLAvia course on Venice Boulevard! Join The Buzz – as we organize a bike caravan from our neighborhood to the route.
This Sunday, Pan Pacific Park will be a busy venue as Jewish World Watch (JWW) is holding its 7th Annual Walk to End Genocide with over 2000 walkers [more…]
Los Angeles will celebrate its 6th CicLAvia on Sunday, April 21, the city’s largest open-streets event to date. For the first time, CicLAvia’s route will connect the city’s historic center at El Pueblo de Los Angeles in downtown and the bustling boardwalk of Venice Beach by way of Venice Boulevard
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…]
Keller Williams Larchmont Realtors Lorna Hennington and Traci Bates have organized a paper shredding event to help neighbors complete their Spring cleaning activities. The paper shredding truck will be at Wilshire United Methodist Church on Saturday, April 13th from 10a-12p.
A 35mm print restored in 2010 of director John Ford’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ is showing at New Beverly Cinema on Beverly Boulevard, just west of La Brea. There are two opportunities to experience this classic – 4:30p and 8:00p Saturday only.
This Sunday Los Angeles Walks is conducting a walk along the LA River through the section that runs adjacent to Atwater Village. It’s a 3 mile round trip walk and includes time to enjoy a picnic lunch along the river. The weather forecast is perfect – 77 degrees!