Archive for April, 2012
Single Family Homes $3,129,000 – 447 S. Plymouth Blvd. $2,895,000 – 353 S. Las Palmas Ave.Â $1,799,000 – 108 S. Beachwood Dr.Â $1,695,000 – 231 S. Plymouth Blvd. $1,489,000 – 515 N. Highland Ave.Â $1,475,000 – 823 S. Hudson Ave.Â $1,425,000 – 548 S. Van Ness Ave. $1,349,000 – 232 N. Gower St.Â $1,299,000 – […]
Their friendship for more than 55 years is commemorated every Saturday morning when two men meet on Larchmont Blvd. at the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. It was at the Marine base in Quantico, Va., that Li (Lionel) Lober and James “Chiff” Matthews first met in 1957.
How did a Jewish girl from New York end up steeped in the centuries-old tradition of the Japanese tea ceremony? A trip to Japan in the 1980s with the Sierra Club did not take her into many tea rooms, as her hiking boots were not conducive to the experience, explains Lauren Deutsch, Lucerne Blvd. Struck […]
A bountiful list of ways to help in a big, big way will be available online beginning Sun., April 1 at bigsunday.org. Participants can sign up for volunteer opportunities happening over three days – Fri., May 4 to Sun., May 6. In its 14th year, Big Sunday will offer some 500 projects statewide. Last year […]
Wilshire Rotarians joined 115 members from Los Angeles Rotary District 5280 on a recent trek to Puerto Rico to take part in humanitarian projects. “It was a wonderful trip,” said Wilshire Rotary’s past president Elsa Gillham, who was joined by Chase Campen, Ray Schuldenfrie and wife, Dia; Margie Christofferson and Alma Sexton.
His love of music has motivated Sir Richard Winter-Stanbridge ever since he sang at the Royal School of Choral Music in England at age seven. Now, as entertainment director of Park La Brea’s 10,000 plus population and interested nearby residents, Richard is promoting music, art, theater and literature.