The AYSO season starts September 6 and if you haven’t registered your soccer player(s), now is the time! Early registration for local AYSO Region 78 [more…]
In our humble opinion, the World Cup is meant to be watched with a crowd. As a worldwide viewing event that only happens once every [more…]
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents Fútbol: The Beautiful Game, an exhibition examining the sport of fútbol, or soccer, as we tend [more…]
The Wilshire Girls Softball season begins this weekend with evaluations of the girls, Sunday Feb 2nd at Lemon Grove Park, 9am – 1 pm. It’s [more…]
It’s time to sign up for spring baseball! Registration is $250. There is an early bird discount of $225 if you sign up before December 31.
Spring 2014 Registration is now open for Wilshire Softball, fast pitch softball for girls ages 5-12 in Hancock Park, Hollywood, Mid-Wilshire and surrounding areas. This year, [more…]
The new LEED silver rated Anderson-Munger Family YMCA is rising at 4301 W Third Street (at Oxford) and will offer a well-needed recreational sports center [more…]
The women’s lacrosse team at Occidental College hosted a “Purple Game” on Saturday April 13th to raise awareness of epilepsy and honor the Aquino-Beglinger family and their daughter Sophie.
Patricia Henry Yeomans passed away on March 13 at her home in Hancock Park at the age of 95. Yeomans was a beloved, life-long member of the Los Angeles Tennis Club and an advocate for all things related to tennis until the end.
March Madness is truly mad – madly happy that is – for the Saunders family whose son Wesley is the sophomore who scored 18 points [more…]
Hold this Thursday night as Pan Pacific Family Pizza Night and head over to north Fairfax, forgo slaving over the hot stove, and help support Pan Pacific [more…]
Dancers at Marat Daukeyev Ballet School on La Brea and Wilshire are hard at work preparing for Youth America Grand Prix 2013,(YAGP) the worldwide ballet competition made [more…]
The Hollywood Bears Lacrosse team is thriving – and looking for even more players.
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 Wilshire Sports Association, in Hancock Park since the 1950’s, and the Warriors Travel Baseball, have joined forces for even more neighborhood baseball: the Wilshire-Warriors [more…]
It’s that time of year – days that feel a bit dark, cool chilly evenings, holiday songs in the air. Time to strap on some ice skates and pretend it’s cold enough to snow. There are a few rinks not far afield from Hancock Park this season to put some blades to the ice – and skate!
The Hollywood Bear Lacrosse team is ramping up for its second season and Coach Robert Woodley is looking for interested 7-12 year olds to play lacrosse.
Registration for Pan Pacific Flag Football now happening…
Hidden LA is offering a rare opportunity this Labor Day weekend to kayak a segment of the Los Angeles River. It seems impossible – but there appears to be a nice section of river that IS navigable, located not far up the 101 freeway from the Hancock Park area…[Read more.]
Registration for Wilshire Softball Fall Ball 2012 is now open. Because Wilshire Softball partners with other leagues in the Fall, the number of teams Wilshire can assemble is limited so sign up fast…[Read more.]