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Artist Jeff Wall memorializes Boulevard

Artist Jeff Wall memorializes Boulevard

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Given how often we shop and dine on Larchmont Boulevard, it might be considered the center of our own small universe. Who would have thought that the corner of First and Larchmont, the Bank of America corner, would become “Parent child,” an image captured by Jeff Wall, a widely collected photographer, and shown around the […]

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Perils of student drop-offs and pick-ups at Burroughs

Perils of student drop-offs and pick-ups at Burroughs

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

If you live on McCadden Place near John Burroughs Middle School, or if you are routed by your car navigation to drive by the school to reach your pre-determined destination, you’re headed to the unsafe possibilities that can occur every weekday from wrong-way drivers, students crossing in front of wrong-way traffic or family members talking […]

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LAPD says crime is on the upswing; stay vigilant

LAPD says crime is on the upswing; stay vigilant

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

On a recent Sunday afternoon, two men were walking on Larchmont Boulevard when an SUV pulled up and two suspects got out and pulled a gun. The victims were held up at gunpoint, and then the suspects drove off in the dark-colored vehicle, according to Det. M. Flores of the LAPD Wilshire Division. The victims […]

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Rossmore water main replacement underway

Rossmore water main replacement underway

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

In the middle of last month, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP) announced and commenced a major construction project to replace the mainline water pipe under Rossmore Avenue between Third Street and Melrose Avenue. The construction will impact street traffic in the area for several months. The goal is to provide a […]

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Meet the Council District 5 candidates

Meet the Council District 5 candidates

| March 31, 2022 | 0 Comments

With term limits ending the tenure of current representative Paul Koretz (now running to be the next City Controller), his seat around the City Council horseshoe table in the John Ferraro Council Chamber is “open.” Also, portions of our community that recently were part of CD4 (some for 70-plus years) now are the eastern edge […]

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Larchmont 2021 survey released

Larchmont 2021 survey released

| March 31, 2022 | 0 Comments

The Larchmont 2021 group recently released its survey results with plans to present the findings at a community conversation later this month on Thurs., April 14. The survey, which was developed using SurveyMonkey, asked online participants about topics germane to Larchmont, such as parking, restaurants, dining in the street, serving of alcoholic beverages, trees, sidewalks […]

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