Chipotle Mexican Grill has confirmed that they will be taking over the Koo Koo Roo space at the northwest corner of Larchmont Boulevard and Beverly [more…]
Metro LA has released renderings of the planned “subway to the sea” stops along Wilshire at La Brea, Fairfax and La Cienega, and the designs are open and airy plazas…[Read more.]
The earth-moving machines have been busy at the corner of La Brea and 4th the past few weeks, grading the large lot where the former Chrysler Jeep dealership once stood. Rumor has it that an Orchard Supply Hardware (OSH) is going in on the site, but digging up any real confirmation or detailed plans on it have been almost impossible.
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.
The Larchmont Village Koo Koo Roo is closing on Thursday, October 18th according to a sign on their front door. The staff at the Koo Koo Roo was unable to comment on what the future holds for the space.
The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services will be busy on La Brea this week. Work crews will be re-paving La Brea between [more…]
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.
The LA Times is reporting that the El Royale Apartments have sold for almost $30 Million. The building was bought by Kamran Hakim… [Read more…]
The LA Times has come up with a plan to use technology to help document our decaying sidewalks. Snap a picture – then email, tweet (with hashtag #lasidewalks) or upload it directly into the LA Times sidewalk forum. [Read more…]
An alert, proactive resident helped LAPD solve a burglary that occurred on the 100 block of South Lucerne on Tuesday afternoon around 5 pm. Lieutenant [more…]
The Grove is full of change these days! The latest announcement is really sweet…and might require a little self control on your way to the parking structure.
Sprinkles is opening at The Grove in November. [Read more…]
At least 66 streetlights were the subject of a copper wire theft this past week in the Hancock Park area, along June Street from 6th Street to Beverly Boulevard and also along Muirfield Road near 4th Street and 5th Street.
The Herbalife Triathlon will be take place throughout Los Angeles on Sunday, September 30. Streets will be closed to the south and west of our neighborhood as the race progresses throughout the day. [Read more…]
Gordon Ramsay’s gastropub The Fat Cow is currently opened for dinner at The Grove . The eagerly awaited restaurant opened Wednesday in a space that looks to make the most of the horizontally oriented spot that was formerly The Farm. The soft opening widens to include lunch on Sunday. [Read more…]
The inky strips of blacktop on Wilshire Blvd are a welcome relief to local drivers in the Miracle Mile area as the repaving of Wilshire continues…[Read more.]
RackedLA.com is reporting that Walgreens will begin construction on the space formerly occupied by Borders at Sunset and Vine. [Read more…]
It’s being reported that a new restaurant is coming to the space currently occupied by Campanile on La Brea. Sadly, it looks like Campanile won’t be there a lot longer…[Read more…]
On Sunday, October 28, the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council will hold elections for all 21 of its board seats, representing 15 different geographic areas within the larger Greater Wilshire neighborhood and six special interest positions representing stakeholders who are Renters or affiliated with a local Business, Non-Profit, Religious or Education organization…as well as an At-Large seat. [Read more…]
The Department of Trnasportation, Parking Enforcement and Traffic Control Division will relax enforcement of street cleaning, time limit, and preferential parking restrictions on certain city streets for the Jewish holidays.
There’s an elephant in the room at the new Devall Design & Home, but this one is something you’ll want to talk about out in the open: the giant 12 x 7 foot pachyderm is a piece of digital wall paper…[Read more.]