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Coffee brews with cops and captains

Coffee brews with cops and captains

| March 28, 2024 | 0 Comments

Concerns on tap A large contingent of officers from the Wilshire Community Police Station interacted with members of the community on March 5 at a Coffee with a Cop event at the Target on La Brea Avenue at Fourth Street. In attendance were both of the station’s new captains, Cliff Humphris and Julie Rodriguez, along […]

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Thin Mints, Samoas and more for sale in person starting Feb. 9

Thin Mints, Samoas and more for sale in person starting Feb. 9

| January 25, 2024 | 0 Comments

Iconic Girl Scout cookies are coming back to town. Starting Fri., Feb. 9, you will see Scout troops selling their $6 boxes in front of supermarkets, on sidewalks and in front of homes. This is known as “boothing.” However, if you are lucky enough to have a Girl Scout in your life, online ordering began […]

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Feb. 25 CicLAvia —the city’s 50th — on Melrose

Feb. 25 CicLAvia —the city’s 50th — on Melrose

| January 25, 2024 | 0 Comments

Four miles of Melrose Avenue will temporarily be off-limits to cars for a CicLAvia event on Sun., Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The car-free route along Melrose Avenue, from Fairfax Avenue to Vermont Avenue, will include three hubs where participants can get a quick bicycle tune-up or fuel themselves with food and […]

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Jane Fonda, 86, speaks frankly about aging at GenSpace

Jane Fonda, 86, speaks frankly about aging at GenSpace

| December 28, 2023 | 0 Comments

Actress, author and activist Jane Fonda settled into her seat on stage and said, “An awful lot of young people here, but you’ll get old one day, if you’re lucky.” The audience responded with a laugh. Fonda spoke at a Better with Age talk held at Wallis Annenberg GenSpace, 3643 Wilshire Blvd., in Koreatown on […]

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First-year  report on homeless efforts given at Larchmont Charter

First-year report on homeless efforts given at Larchmont Charter

| December 28, 2023 | 0 Comments

Parents of students at Larchmont Charter School at Selma (LCS) flanked Mayor Karen Bass as she spoke to the media on Nov. 6 about homelessness in front of the school. She was on the sidewalk at 6611 Selma Ave. which 40 unhoused residents had called home before they were moved to interim housing on Aug. […]

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Camp Harmony provides a free camp for underserved kids

Camp Harmony provides a free camp for underserved kids

| December 28, 2023 | 0 Comments

Camp Harmony is a special place that changes the lives of campers and counselors. It is a free overnight camp for homeless and underprivileged children in Los Angeles. Campers are transported to a camp in Ojai for a week of carefree fun where they participate in new and exciting activities. High school students in grades […]

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