On Thursday, May 31st, the entire Dr. Arthur A. Kezian DDS Dentistry staff will celebrate the fifth anniversary of Larchmont’s Little Free Library, which the [more…]
The scene and seen on the streets of Larchmont and the greater Wilshire area.
This story was updated Wednesday correcting the name Clyde Wood. On July 8 at an open meeting of neighbors in conjunction with the Greater [more…]
We have been gawking at the incredible silver cube that has risen on Sunset five blocks east of Vine for a year now, so when [more…]
Looking for a unique family photo opp with Santa? The Petersen Automotive Museum is offering photos with Santa in a classic 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air [more…]
Who would have thought an army of these tiny grasshopper nymphs might be living alongside us in the thriving, noisy, urban heart of Los Angeles? [more…]
The last CicLAvia of the year took place along the “Heart of LA” downtown route last weekend, closing 7.5 miles of roads to bicycle and [more…]
Buzz reader and avid photographer Keith Johnson took his camera with him on Friday and captured some of the vintage cop cars and emergency vehicles [more…]
Las Palmas Avenue will be shut down from 2nd street on the north to 3rd street on the south from approximately 8:00am to 6:30pm on Saturday, May 4th. Two LADWP crews will be installing 700 feet of 6 inch ductile iron pipe.
There’s a new piece of street art on Larchmont and it looks like it might have been hiding underneath some paint since the ’50s only to be newly unearthed. But it’s fresh – recently glued on the wall above Growze.
Wish you had your camera at the ready to catch some of the fab outfits people wear on the streets of LA? Elise Montecastro of [more…]
Sometimes it takes a photograph that captures the essence of ‘place’ to make us appreciate this crazy world of beauty and chaos that is Los [more…]
Sometimes it takes a photograph, that captures the essence of “place” to make us appreciate this crazy world of beauty and chaos that is Los [more…]
It may have been a bit dreary in Hancock Park yesterday for most of us, but not for the hundreds of runners that turned out at Dodger Stadium for the Color Run…[Read more.]
The Hollywood Trust gives us a look at the Hollywood sign in all its glory as it receives a new coat of paint. The time lapse photography over many days is lovely – fleeting clouds in a blue sky, fog draping itself over the letters…[Read more.]
New landscaping, edible gardens and picnic areas were built at Wilshire Crest Elementary School on Saturday, November 10, 2012. Thanks to Enrich LA, a Los Angeles Community Beautification Grant, the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society and many wonderful volunteers, a new garden was born.
Larchmont Buzz photographer Alexandra Cooper joined the crowds at The Grove on Sunday evening November 11th for the annual Tree Lighting festivities.
The story about a live birth in the Petting Zoo at the Larchmont Family Fair on Sunday was confirmed yesterday and we’ve got the photos to prove it. The owner of Pony Pal Farms, Wendy Gottlieb, shared the following story with the Larchmont Buzz…[Read more.]
Streets around Larchmont, Windsor Square and Hancock Park are looking rather ghoulish of late…[Read more.]
Senior Lead Officer David Cordova has been the dedicated go-to LAPD officer for much of Hancock Park and Larchmont Boulevard for almost 14 years now.
CicLAvia rode through a closed-to-traffic nine mile route on Sunday that ran from Chinatown to Mariachi Plaza to the east and through downtown to Exposition Park. CicLavia organizers reported there were 100,000 in attendance for this fall ride.