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Power outages leave locals seeking relief

Power outages leave locals seeking relief

| August 2, 2018 | 1 Comment

Angelenos battled a blistering three-digit heat wave with around-the-clock air conditioning July 6, but beginning around 5 p.m, aging infrastructure gave out, resulting in widespread power outages. Although power was restored for most neighborhoods within hours, Hancock Park, Windsor Square and Larchmont felt the consequences of the blackout for most of the sticky weekend, and […]

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‘Tulips’ in new exhibit

‘Tulips’ in new exhibit

| August 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

“With All My Love for the Tulips, I Pray Forever,” 2011, by Tokyo-based artist Yayoi Kusama is in a new exhibit at the Marcianao Art Foundation, 4357 Wilshire Blvd. The oversized flower-potted tulips in the work are made from fiberglass-reinforced plastic and painted with the same red polka dots as the floor, ceiling and walls. […]

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Shenanigans and Improv are on his calendar

Shenanigans and Improv are on his calendar

| August 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Bill Devlin is a quintuple threat. Not only is he a popular and admired on-tour comedian, he is an actor, a writer, a professional photographer and a talented percussionist. However, he is most well-known for his comedy. “He came on and kept us all laughing right until we walked out,” said Pam Rudy, who saw […]

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Community mourns passing of culinary bard, J. Gold

Community mourns passing of culinary bard, J. Gold

| August 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

An extraordinary outpouring of sadness, coupled with multiple paeans to his journalistic and culinary contributions, accompanied the shocking announcement of food critic Jonathan Gold’s untimely death last month, one week before his 58th birthday. A public tribute is being planned for downtown Los Angeles on August 26. Gold was most recently featured in the Larchmont […]

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Newly designated Pink’s Square: more than hot dogs

Newly designated Pink’s Square: more than hot dogs

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

The corner of Melrose and La Brea avenues may have been the home of one lonely pushcart in 1939, but by 2018 it has become home to at least 12 other cafés and restaurants, making it a go-to corner for people who can’t quite decide what to have for dinner or where to get their […]

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Historic tower to house only condos in new proposal

Historic tower to house only condos in new proposal

| April 26, 2018 | 0 Comments

The CIM Group development at and around the former Farmers Insurance building will be entirely residential, according to the latest information learned by the Larchmont Chronicle. The biggest evolution in what CIM Group now proposes is for two floors of the historic former Farmers office space, that previously were planned to stay as offices, to […]

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