Archive for December, 2013
Neighbors took to the streets on the evening of Dec. 16 for the fifth annual Larchmont caroling party that was originated by Martha Adams, Kevin Cohen and Clare Sebenius. The event kicked off with hot spiced rum, candles and a rehearsal at the Adams’ home on N. Plymouuth. More than 300 carolers were led through […]
Among the winners of the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society holiday decorating contest was the Most Whimsical home at 425 S. Rossmore Ave. The Best Block went to 100 S. Wilton Place. Earning the Most Creative was the house at 343 S. Plymouth Blvd. Most Traditional honors went to the house at 401 S. Hudson […]
High rents are driving some businesses off Larchmont Blvd. Hamburger Hamlet XP, which opened only 12 months ago at 217 N. Larchmont Blvd., has closed its doors. “Chipotle took a lot of our business,” said owner Keith Warlick. Planning to move in February is Supercuts. The staff has been cutting residents’ hair for the past […]
Music rang through the shops as choruses from Wonderland and Third Street elementary schools’ choruses performed on Larchmont Boulevard at the Annual Holiday Open House on Sun., Dec. 8.
Wilshire Division Capt. Eric Davis and Olympic Division Capt. Tina Nieto addressed some 120 homeowners at the annual Windsor Square Association Town Hall meeting Nov. 14 at The Ebell. Senior lead officers Dave Cordova and Joe Pelayo also spoke. Larry Guzin, WSA president, introduced Amy Wakeland, Mayor Eric Garcetti’s wife, who revealed plans for Getty […]
Larchmont Bungalow returns to L.A. Superior Court Mon., Dec. 16 before Judge Henry Barela. The criminal case was continued from last month when the defendant failed to appear in court, said Serena Christion, deputy city attorney. “We informed the court and the defense that the defendant has to plea at the next hearing or have […]