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The Larchmont Village/Hancock Park area is perfectly positioned to enjoy the LA Times Taste of LA event at Paramount Studios on Melrose. It’s a 3-day festival of food and drink featuring some of LA’s best chefs, most popular restaurants and wine/spirits vendors. [Read more…]
Larchmont Grill is celebrating their 3rd Annual Tomato Week this week – one of the most popular food events of the year for the neighborhood restaurant. And, wow! Do the tomatoes look delicious! [Read more…]
Rummage Sale – Saturday August 11th 8a-12p!
It’s that time of year again. Hope-Net’s 20th annual Taste of Larchmont takes place on Monday, August 20th, from 6 -9pm. Come up to Larchmont, enjoy food from local restaurants, participate in the raffle and silent auction, and bump into good friends. Go home full and proud that you supported Hope-Net! [Read more…]
LAPD’s Wilshire Division will host a local version of the National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7th. The annual event includes food provided by local restaurants, fun and games. Plus, Councilmember Tom La Bonge and LAPD Wilshire Division Captain Eric Davis will be on hand! [Read more…]
The local soccer team is ready to take the pitch! Larchmont United – the 40+ Men’s Soccer team representing our ‘hood in the LA City Soccer League will start the Summer/Fall season on Wednesday, July 25th in a match against Silver Lake. [Read more…]
The Original Farmers Market at 3rd and Fairfax is hosting their Fourth Annual Taste of Farmers Market on Tuesday for unlimited sampling of food and drink from all the vendors in the market…[Read more.]
Local Larchmont Village writer Stephanie Barbé Hammer will be signing her book of prose poetry Sex With Buildings at Chevalier’s Bookstore this Saturday, July 14th between [more…]
Local artist and hairstylist Romi Cortier is throwing a summer celebration! It will be an evening where Romi opens up his charming Larchmont Boulevard salon to locals in order to introduce them to a unique slate of beauty pros. [See more…]
Chevalier’s Books on Larchmont Boulevard will host a book signing on Sunday, June 24th between 12p-2p where neighborhood book lovers can meet author Eleni Gage and have a copy of her book ‘Other Waters’ signed.
The Keller William Larchmont office is hosting a fun event to share their offices and a little culture with the neighborhood! The Keller Williams Art Show Event takes place next Saturday, June 23rd from 6p-9p in their offices just north of the Bank of America on Larchmont Boulevard. [Read more…]
The galleries and museums in Miracle Mile are free Saturday for the MUSE Artwalk – followed by a dance party at LACMA for the young, and young at heart…[Read more.]
Today provides an opportunity to meet LAPD Senior Lead Officer Joseph Pelayo in person at Robert Burns Park from 11 am to 6 pm. Stop by…[Read more.]
Cycle through Los Angeles with your Councilmember Tom LaBonge on Thursday evenings, beginning this week….[Read more.]
Check out the latest in LA lit at Chevalier’s Books will feature writers and readers for the new edition of “Slake”, this Thursday evening May 24 at 7pm…[Read more.]
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!
LF Stores – with a location on Larchmont – is a popular fashion destination for girls and young women and prides itself on stocking clothes that are on the cutting edge of fashion. Check out their Warehouse Sale this weekend! [Read more…]
The Larchmont Village Neighborhood Association is holding their semi-annual meeting this evening in the auditorium at Van Ness Elementary School. The meeting will include the [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.]