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Bass, Caruso will work to end homelessness — differently

Bass, Caruso will work to end homelessness — differently

| October 4, 2022 | 0 Comments

One is a congresswoman who has worked with the underserved. The other is a billionaire businessman who builds tony properties. Both have ambitious plans to end or at least make a huge dent in the number of people living on the street. Caruso’s is more ambitious, and expensive. Bass would fine tune and expand the […]

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Supervisor candidates agree on some issues, not others

Supervisor candidates agree on some issues, not others

| September 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

Candidates State Sen. Bob Hertzberg and West Hollywood Councilmember Lindsey Horvath are both Democrats running for a nonpartisan seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Third District. They both support having more social services for people living on the streets and in shelters, and they both support increasing police training. One important place […]

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Neighbors out in force against TVC

Neighbors out in force against TVC

| September 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

•Mid City West supports developers Hundreds of letters were submitted to the City Planning Dept. last month expressing concerns about a proposal that would significantly expand the CBS television studio on Beverly Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue. Hancock Park Elementary School parent (and former land use lawyer) Danielle Schenker Peters wrote two of the 400 letters […]

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CBS project too massive, Alliance says

CBS project too massive, Alliance says

| September 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

  For years, CBS Television City has been a familiar sight on Beverly Boulevard, and it has shared an amicable friendship with the Original Farmers Market and its other, more glitzy neighbor, The Grove. “Our properties have a shared history of nearly 100 years as beloved landmarks in the community,” states a letter from the […]

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City marks 60th year of preserving its many treasures

City marks 60th year of preserving its many treasures

| September 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

There have been many designation winners since the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Ordinance was passed 60 years ago last month. The Memorial Branch Library and its World War I-era stained glass windows and the tall majestic palms along Highland Avenue are among them. The elegant 1921 Ambassador Hotel did not survive the wrecking ball. But, […]

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Ebell readying to put out welcome mat

Ebell readying to put out welcome mat

| September 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

Family events, musical performances at event After three years of closed doors and online programming, the Ebell of Los Angeles is gearing up for its membership drive and an Open House like no other in the club’s rich and long history. Neighbors and friends will be greeted with live musical performances, and family-fun events for […]

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