Thanks to reader Keith Johnson, Larchmont Buzz learned that there is a three mile march and rally this morning that could potentially impact traffic in [more…]
If the Girls Scouts missed you in their first round of cookie sales where they take your order and deliver to your home or office, have no fear! There’s still a chance to stock up on Samoa’s and Do-Si-Dos.
Hancock Park native Colleen McCarthy-Evans is returning to her hometown to share her most recent endeavor as illustrator of the beautiful and inspiring book, The Three Sunflowers, by Janet Lucy.
Victoria Mudd, who grew up on Muirfield Road in Hancock Park and attended Marlborough, will be the guest speaker at The Ebell of Los Angeles today.
Why vote in the Mayoral Race? Because this time your vote may actually make a difference…
Living as close to Hollywood as we do, one can’t help but get caught up in all the Oscar hype: the closing of Hollywood Boulevard, the endless motorcades of limos, and the celebrity-frenzied press that happens every year in the last days of February… [Read more.]
Casa Libre/Freedom House, the non-profit emergency shelter and transitional living program serving homeless boys 12-17 years of age is holding a fundraiser this weekend that celebrates artistic delight as they feature works from more than a dozen local and international artists…[read more]
February at LACMA is jam-packed with great exhibitions and events…[read more.]
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.
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet set in a hard-edged inner-city world of guns and gangs, but speaking the Bard’s tongue, then screened in one of LA’s most [more…]
“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…]
According to the LACMA website, visitors of all ages are invited to a free day at LACMA on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. [Read more…]
If you are into music exploration, The Hotel Cafe in Hollywood plays host to some really talented artists. The intimate performance space – accessed via an alley off Cahuenga (well lit and clean) – is a favorite location for singer-songwriters because it gives them a chance to perform in front of small audiences.
The many admirers of Huell Howser will gather in a salute to his memory at the Griffith Observatory in the City of Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 in a sunset ceremony, organized by Councilmember Tom LaBonge.
Now is your chance to join the ranks of serious auto buffs who have gone deep in the bowels of the Petersen Automotive Museum for a semi-private tour to see the wealth of collectible autos interned there…[read more.]
Cerrell Associates is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday, January 7 outside of their office on Larchmont Boulevard. The event is open to Larchmont businesses and to the public in general.
Does someone in your household carry a sword, love wearing cloaks and speak in Olde English? Check out Queen Elinor’s School of Knighthood and Chivalry [more…]
The LA County Bike Coalition (LACBC) invites all to join in their annual Holiday Caroling ride through Larchmont this Sunday! [Read more…]
Books are great gifts for the holidays, and two local libraries are having sales this weekend…[read more.]