Tag: Councilman David Ryu

In times of darkness, city’s character has shined brightly

In times of darkness, city’s character has shined brightly

| April 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

This week we passed the one-month mark on our Safer at Home mandate, and I know that many are wondering if we’ll ever be able to return to some form of normalcy. These have been incredibly challenging times, both for those who have tragically lost loved ones, and for those who have lost jobs, income, […]

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Locating tests and housing neighbors during virus threat

Locating tests and housing neighbors during virus threat

| April 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

The novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has swiftly changed life across the world, including here at home in Los Angeles. As our healthcare workers courageously combat the virus day and night, many residents are now wondering what life looks like from here on out. Many are worried about their health and their loved ones, about how […]

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Re-Elect Councilman Ryu

Re-Elect Councilman Ryu

| January 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

There are many reasons why the Larchmont Chronicle recommends the re-election of David Ryu. His record is one of careful attention to the Fourth Council District, and that bodes well for him — and for us — in a second term in office. Our recommendation to vote for Ryu notwithstanding, we commend the three other […]

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Around the Town: Assistance League, NGA, LAFD, Ryu, Johnson, Ebell festivities ring out the year

Around the Town: Assistance League, NGA, LAFD, Ryu, Johnson, Ebell festivities ring out the year

| January 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Holiday season always brings the final meeting of the Assistance League of Los Angeles in the form of a festive luncheon held at the Wilshire Country Club. This year, there was added excitement over the plans for the League’s new home on Sunset Boulevard. Awards were distributed, including for exemplary service over the past […]

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Ebell celebrates 125th with scholarships, gala

Ebell celebrates 125th with scholarships, gala

| October 3, 2019 | 1 Comment

The Ebell of Los Angeles — the city’s longest-running social and philanthropic women’s club — is celebrating its 125th year. Celebratory events will be offered all year long and will range from a magic-themed holiday ball and a fashion show (drawing on the club’s 800-piece costume collection dating to the mid-1800s) to a primer on […]

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First of its kind in Los Angeles, HAWK to dramatically cut accidents

First of its kind in Los Angeles, HAWK to dramatically cut accidents

| October 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

It’s called HAWK, short for High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk, and it’s been proven to dramatically reduce the rate of accidents. The new pedestrian crossing and signal was unveiled last month on Sixth Street between Fairfax and Curson avenues. Also called a HAWK beacon and a pedestrian hybrid beacon, the device is the first of its kind […]

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