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Backyard chicken raising has come home to roost

Backyard chicken raising has come home to roost

| March 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Backyard Chickens aren’t just for farms anymore. A recent email chain sent out to Hancock Park block captains had this subject line: “Chicken Wandering on 4th & Rimpau.” That was followed a couple weeks later with another neighborhood email: “Chicken hens on Hudson and 2nd. Pets?” No longer limited to farms and factories, backyard chickens […]

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Sports scene:  Athlete of Month, three-star players

Sports scene: Athlete of Month, three-star players

| March 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Twins Alex and Shea Copeland, respective stars of the Harvard-Westlake boys varsity basketball team and girls track and field squad, are headed for the Ivy League. A 6-3 senior guard for the Wolverines, Alex was averaging 25.7 points a game in January and coming off a 40-point game against Alemany, when he was named “Athlete […]

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Stand-up series draws comedy talent

Stand-up series draws comedy talent

| March 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Did you hear the one about the British knight who started a comedy club in the middle of L.A.’s largest apartment complex? As they say in the world of stand-up: “True story!” The apartment complex is Park La Brea, the sprawling city-within-a-city. Once a month for the last three years the charming 100-seat Park La […]

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Art Deco Society hosts dance class, dinner at Ebell

Art Deco Society hosts dance class, dinner at Ebell

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Learn dance styles of the 30s, then put them to use at a dinner dance on Sat., Feb. 14 sponsored by the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles at the Ebell Club, 743 S. Lucerne Ave. Walter Nelson will conduct a class on the fox trot, tango and waltz as well as a few jazzy […]

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New movie museum stars in area drama

New movie museum stars in area drama

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Premieres, galas and exhibits are expected to draw celebrities, tourists and cars, cars and more cars once the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opens at 6067 Wilshire Blvd. The impact of the six-story movie museum and “entertainment center“ is not being addressed in a draft Environmental Impact Report on the 208,000 square foot project, said […]

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Girasole to re-open with new name, Vernetti

Girasole to re-open with new name, Vernetti

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you passed by the old Girasole restaurant recently, you noticed that there’s a whole lot of hammering and sawing and banging going on. Girasole closed its doors in September to undergo a complete remodel. The owners, Steve and Joanna Vernetti, are combining the space next door to upgrade and expand the kitchen, create a […]

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