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| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

 

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As The Ebell approaches 100, a master plan gives guidance

As The Ebell approaches 100, a master plan gives guidance

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

In Hancock Park and Windsor Square and the neighboring communities, few secular institutions can rival The Ebell of Los Angeles in its longevity, community presence and commitment to its original mission. Founded in 1894, the Ebell moved into its current Sumner Hunt-designed Italianate clubhouse on Wilshire and Lucerne boulevards in 1927. For nearly a century, […]

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Treat your lawn to ‘lasagna’ … and save water as you do 

Treat your lawn to ‘lasagna’ … and save water as you do 

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

The bittersweet signs of change in water usage are here. Since water restrictions were implemented on June 1 across Southern California, dying lawns are screaming for a city-wide change in mindset and landscaping. Look around; the dead grass is proof that lawns are not a sustainable reality for our climate. According to the California Dept. of […]

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Los Angeles County Museum of Art Architect visits construction site

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Architect visits construction site

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Larchmont Boulevard meets Larchmont, New York

Larchmont Boulevard meets Larchmont, New York

| June 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

Barbara and Richard Jebejian found themselves in a place called Larchmont, yet they weren’t in Los Angeles. They reside near La Brea Avenue and Third Street and are usually shopping or dining on Larchmont Boulevard, Los Angeles. But when visiting their son in New York this past spring, they realized there was a Larchmont only […]

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Casting my vote, or trying to, in June

Casting my vote, or trying to, in June

| June 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

On Monday afternoon, June 6, I was sitting comfortably in my apartment with my mail-in ballot, marking my preferred candidates in anticipation of voting in-person the next day. As I filled in the last dot on the final page, I took a satisfied breath — until I realized I hadn’t marked anything for the City of […]

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