Archive for November, 2017

Free panel on front yard landscaping Nov. 14

Free panel on front yard landscaping Nov. 14

| November 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Local neighborhoods’ once-uniform front yards of open vistas and broad lawns are changing because of drought, changing tastes and other influences. A free panel discussion on the subject, organized by the Hancock Park Garden Club, takes place Tues., Nov. 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at The Ebell. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend, […]

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Academy Museum reveals architectural, cultural vision

Academy Museum reveals architectural, cultural vision

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ new museum on Wilshire Blvd. is still under construction, but the Larchmont Chronicle and other members of the press were recently invited to take a glimpse at what is to come. “People from across the globe come to Los Angeles to be inspired and to see things […]

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Reindeer stops, Santa and good cheer on Blvd. Nov. 25

Reindeer stops, Santa and good cheer on Blvd. Nov. 25

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Santa, carolers and a trolley return to Larchmont Village for the Holiday Open House and Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25. The trolley will make eight “reindeer stops” between Melrose Ave. and First St. on Larchmont Blvd. between 11:30 and 3:30 p.m. Seasonal refreshments will be served at stores near the stops, said Dr. Tim […]

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Get fresh trees at Wilshire Rotary lot on Larchmont Blvd.

Get fresh trees at Wilshire Rotary lot on Larchmont Blvd.

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It will begin to look a lot like Christmas when the Wilshire Rotary Club opens its tree lot on Fri., Nov. 24 at 568 N. Larchmont Blvd. Customers will find noble, fraser, silvertip, Nordmann and Douglas firs, according to organizer Wendy Clifford, who says the trees are delivered fresh from a farm in Oregon. New […]

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New subzone is designed to curb mansionization

New subzone is designed to curb mansionization

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Temporary zoning measures designed to protect neighborhood character and prevent building of homes too large for their lots are set to expire this summer for both Brookside and Sycamore Square. Council District Four and the City Planning Dept. are holding a public meeting to discuss proposed new R-1 subzones to replace the Interim Control Ordinances […]

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Gift is a giant boost for plan to build over Wilshire

Gift is a giant boost for plan to build over Wilshire

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Miracle Mile’s Museum Row is poised to become something of a, well, miraculous entertainment and education destination. Two new world-class museums are set to open on the historic stretch of Wilshire Boulevard in the coming years, if all goes according to plan. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ Academy Museum is rising up […]

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