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Police, neighbors come together for National Night Out

Police, neighbors come together for National Night Out

| August 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Residents turned out to L.A. High School on Aug. 4 for a community block party hosted by Wilshire Police. The annual event is an effort to connect neighbors and emergency workers in a friendly atmosphere. Attendees were welcomed with refreshments, including lemonade and iced coffee, and encouraged to check out vintage police cars on display. […]

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Meet Capt. Palazzolo, new commanding officer for Olympic

Meet Capt. Palazzolo, new commanding officer for Olympic

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

A community rich in diversity and an outstanding workforce are two reasons why the newest commanding officer of the Olympic Division is excited to be assigned to the neighborhood. “Olympic is a great place,” proclaims Capt. Vito Palazzolo—a 25-year L.A. Police Dept. veteran—as he sits down for an interview. “The best part about it is […]

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Brookside residents updated on crime, Park Mile zoning

Brookside residents updated on crime, Park Mile zoning

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Fourth District Councilman David Ryu complimented the 30 residents who turned out for the summer meeting for their citizen involvement. Ryu and his chief of staff Sarah Dusseault attended the July 16 evening meeting of Brookside Homeowners Association at the Lebanese-American Foundation center. Owen Smith, Association president, introduced the guest speakers including Wilshire LAPD senior […]

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Annual ‘Taste’ event brings Broadway to boulevard

Annual ‘Taste’ event brings Broadway to boulevard

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Sample cuisine from 12 restaurants while listening to musical show tunes as “Larchmont goes Broadway” for the Taste of Larchmont on Mon., Aug. 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. The community event—celebrating its 23rd anniversary—features Italian, Greek, Asian, Carribean and traditional foods from local restaurants, with live music, a raffle and a silent auction to […]

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‘It was cool,’ says student who interviewed Joe Biden

‘It was cool,’ says student who interviewed Joe Biden

| July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Although they don’t agree on which baseball team should be in the World Series, they both like dogs. Lucas Fuhrer discovered this while interviewing Vice President Joe Biden who was in Los Angeles speaking about raising the minimum wage. Lucas, son of Christian and Christy Fuhrer of Ridgewood Place, will be a seventh grader next […]

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Lower floors add theaters, wine cellars to area homes

Lower floors add theaters, wine cellars to area homes

| July 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

When Robert Quigg had a chance luncheon in Larchmont Village a few years back, he was smitten by the street’s charms. He brought his wife to the area to take a look, and the couple soon bid Beverly Hills goodbye and bought an Italian Renaissance-style home at 434 S. Windsor Blvd. “It’s a fantastic neighborhood,” […]

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