I am a garden tour addict! No matter how many gardens I’ve seen, I never tire of looking at new ones. I always learn something new and return home inspired to improve my own garden…[Read more.]
Ever wonder who is the “blogosphere?” On Monday, April 23 at the Ebell Club you’ll have an opportunity to find out… [Read more.]
A special feature of the LA Garden Tour and Party is guest lecturer C. Darren Butler, ecological designer/horticulturist. Butler is known for his work in designing low-maintenance “food forests” in residential landscapes. For Butler, a productive garden begins and ends with the eco-system that exists in the soil. He’ll discuss things each of us can do on our own to maximize the health and abundance of our soil – and as a result, our gardens.
Heading to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on a summer evening with your blanket, picnic, bottle of wine, and friends in hand is a right of seasonal passage for many residents of the Larchmont Village and Hancock Park area.
Windsor Village resident Douglas Woods will be signing copies of his latest book, The California Casa, on Sunday April 15th from 12 – 2 pm at Chevalier’s Books [more…]
Twain buffs can mosey over to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Santa Monica Blvd (west of Van Ness) and see movie actor Val Kilmer (Pollock, The Doors, Heat, Batman Forever) performing his own one-man show “Citizen Twain” …[Read more.]
The next CicLAvia is upon us! It takes place next Sunday – April, 15th between 10a-3p around Downtown LA. Our neighborhood’s closest ride-in access is along Vermont, between Oakwood and 3rd Street.
It’s time to get your Film Noir fix – 30 films over 16 days at the legendary Egyptian Theater on Hollywood Blvd…[Read more.]
Break out your 80’s neon running gear and join others for the 10K run April 14th, starting and ending at the Paramount Lot…[Read more.]
On Saturday, April 21 (the day before Earth Day), Wilshire Crest Elementary School will hold an e-waste collection from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in its east parking lot. This is a great way to clean out your closets… [Read more.}
A big political event is planned for Saturday, March 31st at 400 South La Brea and crowds are expected to be – well, massive. [Read more…]
Pacific Standard Time – the celebration of post-war art – is drawing to a close. But, before it’s over, Southern Californian’s have been given the gift of free admission to 20 PST exhibitions this coming Saturday, March 31. Participating museums include LACMA.
This weekend could satisfy both the sweet tooth and movie buff in all of us – it’s 24 hours straight of donuts and film on Wilshire Blvd. LACMA’s free screening of “The Clock” will be augmented by a donut extravaganza, across the street and around-the-clock, sponsored by ForYourArt….[Read more.]
The face of PBS heart-throb “Poldark” will sign copies of his new book on cooking for diabetics on Saturday, March 17,1-3 pm, at Chevalier’s Books on Larchmont Blvd.
The Windsor Square Hancock Park Historical Society proudly presents their annual celebration of the beauty that exists around every corner in our neighborhood…the Los Angeles Garden Tour and Party. Explore the private gardens of six neighborhood homes!
Harry Potter Fans ~ The Western Cup III Quidditch Tournament will take place this Saturday and Sunday (March 10 and 11, 2012) on the intramural [more…]
Girl Scout Cookies will be for sale in our neighborhood for the entire month of March. Maybe you didn’t order any because you’re not connected to any local scouts? Or maybe you didn’t order enough? Have no fear – the Girl Scouts have us covered!
Are you a cancer survivor, or know someone who has battled the disease? The Relay of Life event, sponsored by the American Cancer Society and set for June 2012, is looking for involvement from Larchmont area residents….[Read more.]
Saturday is the FREE Miracle Mile Artwalk and Studio Tour – an opportunity to take to the streets and revel in the growing number of galleries, museums, artist studios and installations that now populate the Wilshire and LaBrea thoroughfares…[Read more.]
There’s something about the thought of the 340-ton rock making it’s way across 22 cities – at 8 miles an hour – to get to it’s new home on the Miracle Mile that is kind of intriguing…it is a massive endeavor (in more ways than one). We’ll post various videos related to the rock’s transport in our video player each day…check in over the course of the next 10 days to see what we find!