The City Council Planning and Land Use Management Committee voted yesterday to support an Historic Cultural Monument application for Tom Bergin’s Bar and Restaurant – [more…]
City Council Passes Ethics Reform Package… When City Council Member David Ryu ran for office four years ago, it was on a platform largely dedicated [more…]
Lots of noteworthy announcements and articles this week on stories we’ve been following a while – including the LACMA redevelopment, the Tom Bergin’s Historic Cultural [more…]
On Thursday, November 1, the Historic Cultural Monument application for Tom Bergin’s Bar and Restaurant cleared its first official hurdle, as it was accepted for [more…]
On Wednesday, October 10, the P.I.C.O. Neighborhood Council became the newest community organization to sign on as an official supporter of the efforts to have [more…]
On Wednesday, September 12, the Los Angeles Conservancy and Miracle Mile Residential Association submitted an application to the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission to nominate [more…]
Saturday this weekend could start very early for parents of gifted and talented kids, as LAUSD’s 9th Annual Gifted and Talented Parent Conference starts at [more…]
Park La Brea News – Beverly Press is reporting that Shalhevet School, located on the north east corner of Fairfax and San Vicente, will present a plan for a mixed use project on the school property at the monthly meeting of the Mid-City West Planning and Land Use Committee on Monday, July 22nd.
A large group of supporters is expected to turn out at the Mid City West Community Council meeting tonight as the first stop in an effort to save Tom Bergin’s Tavern and have it designated as a historic site.
Neighborhood favorite Irish Restaurant/Bar Tom Bergin’s Tavern is announcing an abrupt end to their fresh new run under owners Warner Ebbink and Executive Chef Brendan Boudet.
Bergin’s, the oldest Irish establishment in LA, has been a favorite of our neighborhood for generations. I know there have been times when I’ve walked in to Bergin’s and it felt like I walked into a neighborhood version of Cheer’s [read more…]
There are two pieces of restaurant news this week related to spaces around the Greater Hancock Park area…[Read more.]