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Payne garden tour will visit  Hancock Park this year

Payne garden tour will visit Hancock Park this year

| March 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

View more than 40 home gardens in public and private spaces, including one in Hancock Park, for the Theodore Payne Foundation’s Native Plant Garden Tour. The 17th annual home garden tour is Sat., March 28 and Sun., March 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.                   There […]

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St. Vincent ‘March for Meals’ promotes friendship with sustenance

St. Vincent ‘March for Meals’ promotes friendship with sustenance

| March 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

St. Vincent Meals on Wheels (SVMOW), 2303 Miramar St., which has been called the country’s largest (approximately 2,000 daily clients) privately funded senior nutrition program, observes “March for Meals” this month with other MOW programs across the country. The month-long celebration encourages people to participate by hosting a fundraising event, volunteering to deliver or serve meals […]

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Crossover voting for March 3, Super Tuesday election explained

Crossover voting for March 3, Super Tuesday election explained

| January 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Not affiliated with any party, but you want to vote for a Democrat in the presidential primary? No worries. You can do that. People who are registered to vote with no party preference in presidential primaries are typically given a ballot without presidential candidates. If there is a presidential candidate that a non-partisan voter wants […]

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Shower of Hope, honoring veterans among scout activities

Shower of Hope, honoring veterans among scout activities

| January 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

The troops and packs have been busy this past year. The big news is that Scouts BSA (formerly Boy Scouts of America) has opened its doors to girls. But other news from local scouting groups also includes an assembly honoring veterans, competing in the Pinewood Derby and helping others with the Shower of Hope. Socks […]

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Refresh body, mind, spirit with Reiki, meditation, yogic breathing

Refresh body, mind, spirit with Reiki, meditation, yogic breathing

| January 1, 2020 | 1 Comment

In November we began a series of profiles of people who live in the neighborhood. Because January is our “Health and Beauty” issue, we are profiling Hilary Malloy, who grew up locally and has a Reiki and meditation studio on Larchmont Boulevard. Being healthy is more than eating right and exercising. It can also mean […]

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Book shares collected tales of longtime neighborhood deli

Book shares collected tales of longtime neighborhood deli

| January 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

In 1931, Benjamin, Joseph and Ruben Canter came to Los Angeles and opened Canter Bros. Delicatessen on what is now Cesar Chavez Boulevard in Boyle Heights, which was then home to a large Jewish population. Over time, however, the neighborhood changed. About 20 years later, the delicatessen migrated to Fairfax Avenue, which was quickly becoming […]

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