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Meet neighbors, get safety tips at ‘National Night Out’

Meet neighbors, get safety tips at ‘National Night Out’

Live entertainment, safety exhibits and neighborhood walks will be among activities at the L.A.P.D. Wilshire and Olympic Division’s National Night Out Against Crime on Tues., Aug. 4. The annual event is designed to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. Most importantly, it sends a message to criminals letting them know […]

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CIM unveils revised plans for Farmers property

CIM unveils revised plans for Farmers property

The ballroom at the Ebell Clubhouse set the scene for a community meeting on July 8 where revised plans were unveiled for a new residential development along Wilshire Blvd. between Rimpau and Muirfield. CIM Group—owners of the former Farmers Insurance property—presented its plans at the invitation of the Brookside and Hancock Park homeowners associations, with […]

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Warriors win sectionals, progress to regionals

Warriors win sectionals, progress to regionals

After taking top spots in their respective divisions, two Wilshire Warrior softball teams have won the 2015 PONY All Stars Sectional Tournament. It marks the first time any Wilshire team has won the championship game at sectionals. Warriors 10-U beat Camarillo in a 6-0 shutout in Bakersfield. The undefeated team now progresses to the regional […]

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Houses razed on Arden for Marlborough pool and field

Houses razed on Arden for Marlborough pool and field

Demolition of five houses on Arden Blvd. north of Third St. was completed last month as Marlborough School begins the final phase of its growth and development project. Razing of the houses was part of the $24 million Arden Project to improve the private, all-girls school in Hancock Park. The expansion will add a new […]

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My day as a White House reporter

My day as a White House reporter

Sadie White was selected by KidScoop Media to interview winners of Michelle Obama’s Healthy Lunchtime Challenge at the White House. She is the daughter of Amy and John White of Miracle Mile and attends Larchmont Charter. By Sadie White, Age 9 It was time to go to Washington D.C. as a kid reporter for KidScoop […]

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Award-winner on Mansfield was purchased from a cat

Award-winner on Mansfield was purchased from a cat

The two-story Italian Revival-style building at 216 S. Mansfield Ave. is one of the winners of the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society Landmark Awards. Dave Goldstein, owner, received the award at the Society’s annual meeting in July. Goldstein purchased the building in 1991 from the estate of Mrs. Gimbel’s cat. Proceeds from the trustee’s sale […]

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Annual ‘Taste’ event brings Broadway to boulevard

Annual ‘Taste’ event brings Broadway to boulevard

Sample cuisine from 12 restaurants while listening to musical show tunes as “Larchmont goes Broadway” for the Taste of Larchmont on Mon., Aug. 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. The community event—celebrating its 23rd anniversary—features Italian, Greek, Asian, Carribean and traditional foods from local restaurants, with live music, a raffle and a silent auction to […]

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Breathe, stretch, move in viniyoga

Breathe, stretch, move in viniyoga

Think you can’t do yoga? Take a deep breathe, stretch and think again in Fred Miller’s viniyoga classes at Yogaworks Larchmont. The yoga style—named after a Sanskrit term—is “more challenging for the mind than the body,” explains Miller. “It takes a few weeks to master this… Come along and have fun,” he tells a group […]

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Meet Capt. Palazzolo, new commanding officer for Olympic

Meet Capt. Palazzolo, new commanding officer for Olympic

A community rich in diversity and an outstanding workforce are two reasons why the newest commanding officer of the Olympic Division is excited to be assigned to the neighborhood. “Olympic is a great place,” proclaims Capt. Vito Palazzolo—a 25-year L.A. Police Dept. veteran—as he sits down for an interview. “The best part about it is […]

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Staffing, street safety, repair, traffic on Ryu’s to-do list

Staffing, street safety, repair, traffic on Ryu’s to-do list

Nikki Ezhari’s appointment as senior deputy for Fourth District City Councilman David Ryu last month marks the appointment of more than half of his initial 15-member team, said chief of staff Sarah Dusseault. A key focus of the new team is fulfilling the councilman’s campaign promise. “We’ve been pretty clear our agenda is to bring […]

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Brookside residents updated on crime, Park Mile zoning

Brookside residents updated on crime, Park Mile zoning

Fourth District Councilman David Ryu complimented the 30 residents who turned out for the summer meeting for their citizen involvement. Ryu and his chief of staff Sarah Dusseault attended the July 16 evening meeting of Brookside Homeowners Association at the Lebanese-American Foundation center. Owen Smith, Association president, introduced the guest speakers including Wilshire LAPD senior […]

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‘It was cool,’ says student who interviewed Joe Biden

‘It was cool,’ says student who interviewed Joe Biden

Although they don’t agree on which baseball team should be in the World Series, they both like dogs. Lucas Fuhrer discovered this while interviewing Vice President Joe Biden who was in Los Angeles speaking about raising the minimum wage. Lucas, son of Christian and Christy Fuhrer of Ridgewood Place, will be a seventh grader next […]

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Real Estate News

Adobe residence he played in inspired his Arden home

Adobe residence he played in inspired his Arden home

  The following is from an article by Dr. Earl Moody, who built and lived in the house at 100 N. Arden Blvd.  Adobe buildings in Southern California and in Los Angeles have been frequently written about. Those remaining are the relics of the early California culture of Mexican life. When this district was first […]

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Real Estate Sales*

Real Estate Sales*

Single family homes 611 S. Muirfield Rd. 232 Lorraine Blvd. 206 S. Rimpau Blvd. 124 N. Van Ness Ave. 439 N. Arden Blvd. 508 N. McCadden Pl. 555 S. Norton Ave. 143 N. Lucerne Blvd. 250 N. Beachwood Dr.     359 S. Sycamore Ave. 925 S. Muirfield Rd. 925 S. Hudson Ave. 444 N. Windsor […]

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Helpful hint: cleaners that can explode are toxic!

Helpful hint: cleaners that can explode are toxic!

By Renee Ridgeley, Calif. Greenin’ Store shelves are loaded with household cleaners claiming to be safe for the environment. But we know that claims can be false and boasting of “natural” ingredients doesn’t necessarily mean a product is without concerns.If you really want to rage a war on filth while being as green as possible, […]

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Homes on Wilton to be torn down for apartments

Homes on Wilton to be torn down for apartments

A modern-looking apartment building is in the works to replace nine bungalows on the 500 block of N. Wilton Pl. Developer Frost/Chaddock seeks to build 88 apartments in four wings after demolishing the 1920s homes that line the western side of the block, between Clinton St. and Maplewood Ave. The new building’s “four residential wings” […]

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My day as a White House reporter

My day as a White House reporter

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Sadie White was selected by KidScoop Media to interview winners of Michelle Obama’s Healthy Lunchtime Challenge at the White House. She is the daughter of Amy and John White of Miracle Mile and attends Larchmont Charter. By Sadie White, Age 9 It was time to go to Washington D.C. as a kid reporter for KidScoop […]

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Adobe residence he played in inspired his Arden home

Adobe residence he played in inspired his Arden home

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

  The following is from an article by Dr. Earl Moody, who built and lived in the house at 100 N. Arden Blvd.  Adobe buildings in Southern California and in Los Angeles have been frequently written about. Those remaining are the relics of the early California culture of Mexican life. When this district was first […]

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Real Estate Sales*

Real Estate Sales*

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Single family homes 611 S. Muirfield Rd. 232 Lorraine Blvd. 206 S. Rimpau Blvd. 124 N. Van Ness Ave. 439 N. Arden Blvd. 508 N. McCadden Pl. 555 S. Norton Ave. 143 N. Lucerne Blvd. 250 N. Beachwood Dr.     359 S. Sycamore Ave. 925 S. Muirfield Rd. 925 S. Hudson Ave. 444 N. Windsor […]

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Helpful hint: cleaners that can explode are toxic!

Helpful hint: cleaners that can explode are toxic!

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Renee Ridgeley, Calif. Greenin’ Store shelves are loaded with household cleaners claiming to be safe for the environment. But we know that claims can be false and boasting of “natural” ingredients doesn’t necessarily mean a product is without concerns.If you really want to rage a war on filth while being as green as possible, […]

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