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Locals, firefighters turn out for groundbreaking

Locals, firefighters turn out for groundbreaking

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Neighbors marked the success of a local fundraising campaign led by Lyn Mac-Ewen Cohen and the First-In Fire Foundation, of which she is the founding president, on a drizzly Saturday morning, May 12. A large gathering of neighbors rallied at Fire Station 29, located in Windsor Square, at the corner of Van Ness Ave. and […]

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Metro tunnel boring machines unveiled

Metro tunnel boring machines unveiled

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Youth was well represented at Metro’s unveiling of artwork that disclosed the winning names for the two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that will drill the Purple Line Extension through Greater Wilshire and Miracle Mile. Third grader Lauren Park, from La Cañada, designed winning poster art that will be placed on the twin TBMs that will […]

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New asphalt: part of Larchmont Village news

New asphalt: part of Larchmont Village news

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

The City of Los Angeles two-day project to repave Larchmont Boulevard, between First Street and Beverly Boulevard, should be finished late in the afternoon of Thursday, May 31, the day the June issue of the Larchmont Chronicle is published. According to the Bureau of Street Services’ notice sent two weeks prior to commencement of the […]

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CIM to discuss ‘Wilshire Mullen’ revisions with neighbors

CIM to discuss ‘Wilshire Mullen’ revisions with neighbors

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

The CIM Group decision to proceed with an all-residential project in the former Farmers Insurance tower, first reported by the Larchmont Chronicle last month, will be the topic of further discussions with neighbors, starting soon. CIM and its representatives have begun initial contact with neighbors and others who had expressed interest in the project in […]

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Award-winning chefs live in the neighborhood

Award-winning chefs live in the neighborhood

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Last month was a busy time for prominent culinary stars residing in our local neighborhoods. At the beginning of the month, Hancock Park resident Caroline Styne, business partner with Suzanne Goin in the famous nearby restaurants Lucques, a.o.c., and other ventures, won the James Beard Foundation award for Outstanding Restaurateur. The New York City foundation […]

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New baseball, soccer fields were welcomed

New baseball, soccer fields were welcomed

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

When asked his opinion at the opening of two new athletic fields at Pan Pacific Park, St. James’ School second-grader and Wilshire Warriors baseball player William LaBombard said:  “I am so excited to play on the new field with my baseball team!” His was a sentiment shared by the scores of local children who participated […]

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