Yesterday, the City Clerk’s office posted the preliminary election results for all 21 seats on the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council’s board of directors. The election [more…]
The December 12 meeting of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council featured a wide-ranging agenda of information about the upcoming Neighborhood Council elections, updates from several [more…]
The board of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council conducted its monthly board meeting at the Ebell of Los Angeles on Wednesday evening with a relatively light [more…]
Do you have a great water-wise garden…or do you know of one that others should be aware of? The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council is asking [more…]
At last night’s monthy meeting of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council, discussions included such diverse topics as neighborhood crime, potential new single-family zoning designations for [more…]
As almost every Angeleno knows by now, homelessness is one of the most serious issues confronting our city. And one thing that makes the issue [more…]
A police chase through the Melrose and Citrus Square neighborhoods of the Greater Wilshire area brought a lot of commotion to the usually quiet residential [more…]
In 1996, Doris Tucker’s granddaughter, Asha, was a student at Wilshire Crest Elementary School. Tucker, who was raising Asha by herself at the time, wanted [more…]
At its monthly Board meeting last night, the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council honored Diane Dicksteen, president of the Windsor Village Association, with its Citizen Recognition [more…]
With Tuesday quickly approaching, we have to ask – are your prepared for the Primary Election? Polling Places can be different from what you might [more…]
The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council will be holding a Candidate Forum tonight, Tuesday March 18th, to introduce the candidates for the 21 board seats to [more…]
For some, this might not mean too much. For others, with holiday parties to attend in Pacific Palisades (#22), Echo Park (#29) and West Hollywood (#107)…well this could end up being fodder for some good cocktail talk/bragging rights.
Just a mile and a half east of Hancock Park, the grand Wilshire Boulevard Temple was erected over 80 years ago and known as the [more…]
Last week a group of students at USC crunched the numbers and analyzed how residents within different geographical areas of the City donated to the race for LA Mayor.
On the exterior, the familiar art deco 1930 facade at Beverly and Fairfax housing the Fairfax Theater and assorted small shops will look somewhat the [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.
Who are the people running for seats on our Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council? We have the list…and statements from those who chose to provide them…[Read more.]
Windsor Village (WV) hosted its Annual Picnic/Potluck on Saturday Sept 8th, and was honored with the presence of two City Council members at the event: Councilman Herb Wesson of CD 10 and Councilman Tom LaBonge of CD4.
Councilmen Tom LaBonge and Herb Wesson were thanked at a cocktail reception celebrating the greater Wilshire area being joined together in one Council under the new redistricting….[Read more.]
Most of the time we take for granted the built environment that surrounds us. We barely see the buildings and plazas of Los Angeles as we move through the city. Maybe we catch the curve of a structure…[Read more.]