Tag: Carolyn Ramsay

Around the Town: High Tea, Sheba gala, ‘Gutsy Women,’ history events and BBBS Big Bash

Around the Town: High Tea, Sheba gala, ‘Gutsy Women,’ history events and BBBS Big Bash

| December 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

“Meow, my little pretties — come have a purr-fectly good time.” And, so, more than 70 ladies descended upon the most ‘terrifying’ and beautiful “fur-midable” Las Palmas home of Margo O’Connell for her haunted High Tea Oct. 19. Her porcelain Buddhas were outfitted in black masks and skullcaps topped with kitty ears. The sculptures surrounding […]

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Parks Foundation to begin second decade with Ramsay at reins

Parks Foundation to begin second decade with Ramsay at reins

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

After a career in journalism, environmental advocacy and public service, Carolyn Ramsay has found her niche as executive director of the Los Angeles Parks Foundation. Her office amidst the oak trees in Griffith Park is a perfect setting for the Windsor Square resident, who has strived to bring greenery to her neighborhood and adopted city […]

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Development, preservation issues await council winner

Development, preservation issues await council winner

| April 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

After a victorious election the winner in the run-off Tues., May 19 for Council District Four will inherit a hefty plate when they take over the reins from Tom LaBonge July 1. The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences is planning a blockbuster venue in the Mile. The L.A. County Museum of Art […]

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Ramsay, Ryu in May runoff city council election

Ramsay, Ryu in May runoff city council election

| March 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Carolyn Ramsay is heading for a runoff election on Tues., May 19 following her first place finish for the Fourth District City Council seat in the March 3 election. Based on unofficial results from the City Clerk, the runoff will be between Carolyn Ramsay (2,911 votes) and David Ryu (2,776 votes). However, there only are […]

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Community effort results in first median on Larchmont Boulevard

Community effort results in first median on Larchmont Boulevard

| May 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Architect and Windsor Square resident Douglas Meyer recounts the history of Larchmont’s first median, between First and Third streets. The Larchmont median is and was a community project. The median was envisioned by Windsor Square resident Linda McKnight and myself, endorsed by the Windsor Square Association (WSA), and came to fruition with countless hours of […]

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