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Miracle Mile Chamber meets Councilmember Raman;  Field manager was also introduced to the group

Miracle Mile Chamber meets Councilmember Raman; Field manager was also introduced to the group

| June 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Greater Miracle Mile Chamber of Commerce (GMMCC) featured two special guests at its meeting in May: Council District 4 (CD4) Councilmember Nithya Raman, and her Miracle Mile Field Manager, Tabatha Yelos. The meeting took place over Zoom and allowed members to get acquainted with their new City Council representative. The lunchtime meeting started with […]

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Students stayed home in the spring, but there’s hope for the fall

Students stayed home in the spring, but there’s hope for the fall

| June 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

Classrooms (mostly) opened, but the students stayed away. That’s the dismal reality facing many local schools, according to the “Los Angeles Times,” which found last month that only seven percent of high school students and about 30 percent of elementary school children had returned to a Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) campus. LAUSD Superintendent […]

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Local graduates reveal their choices for universities

Local graduates reveal their choices for universities

| June 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

Leaving lockdown for an active campus life New Covenant Academy student Rebecca Han has lived her entire life in the area, first in Hancock Park and now Larchmont. When asked about her senior year, Han says that she would describe her feelings in one word: “ambivalent.” On the one hand, Han says she didn’t mind […]

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Schools recommence in-person graduation ceremonies

Schools recommence in-person graduation ceremonies

| June 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

During a year unlike most, seniors, their families and school officials worked together to create commencement ceremonies that were safe, hopeful and properly acknowledged the accomplishments of the class of 2021. • • • Immaculate Heart High School, class of 1991 graduate, Tyra Banks, addressed 108 seniors Wed., June 2 at the Hollywood Bowl. Banks […]

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Third Street students head back to school: Mascot, testing and on-campus learning greet K-5th graders

Third Street students head back to school: Mascot, testing and on-campus learning greet K-5th graders

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

As with other elementary level Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) locations, Third Street Elementary on June Street opened its doors to students on April 20. For those families who choose to have their children attend school in person, a hybrid model is being offered with both morning and afternoon cohorts. Remote learning will continue […]

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Windsor  Villagers rally for their park

Windsor Villagers rally for their park

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

In mid-April, the Windsor Village Association (WVA) hosted a weekend morning park trash clean-up at Harold A. Henry Park. Over the course of an hour and a half, residents filled more than 30 bags — 55 gallons each — with trash, pine needles, pine cones, etc. Volunteers from throughout Windsor Village worked on the project. […]

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