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If approved, tourism funds would be reinvested in neighborhoods impacted the most.
The Los Angeles City Council will now vote on the issue.
The first trees targeted for removal are on the east side of the street, in front of Sam's Bagels and Rite Aid. Local officials say it's time for the ficus trees to be gone.
Motions refer to a current lack of public trust.
Updates and reminders of some of the most important stories we covered in 2016, including the Larchmont Bungalow, Catalina Tower, Frank Gehry's 8150 Sunset design, local purple line metro construction and the LACMA Redesign.
St. Brendan Kindergarteners greeted their lunch guests with 'As Salaam Alaikum,' which means 'Peace be unto you' in Arabic.
Windsor Square resident Mitchell Schwartz is the leading contender against Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in the upcoming March mayoral election.
Anyone who lived through middle school knows it’s a notoriously tough time. Here are some tips if your family is preparing for the transition as well.
Recaps and predictions for the Larchmont area food scene.
Justice Vaino Spencer, who passed away on October 25th, was a resident of Lafayette Square.
Phillippa Soo, the Tony award nominee for her role as Eliza Hamilton in the musical Hamilton, is the perfect actress to bring the mischievous, quirky Amélie to life.
All of us have to take the long view to imagine Los Angeles as a truly livable community for all ages and for all people regardless of their financial circumstances.
Here are a few of our favorite cocktail recipes from 2016 along with quotes from local bartenders explaining what they like about their drinks of choice.

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Ryu Introduces Motion to Ease Impacts of Tourism Surge

If approved, tourism funds would be reinvested in neighborhoods impacted the most.

City Planning Committee Approves Oxford Square HPOZ

The Los Angeles City Council will now vote on the issue.

Plan to Remove Trees on Boulevard Moves Forward

The first trees targeted for removal are on the east side of the street, in front of Sam's Bagels and Rite Aid. Local officials say it's time for the ficus trees to be gone.

[UPDATE] Ryu, Krekorian and Buscaino Seek to Stop Developers’ Campaign Donations

Motions refer to a current lack of public trust.

January 2017 Cover Photos

City policies changed in 2016 and two lawsuits were filed over former Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s destruction of documents as he left office in 2015 People did really wonderful things in 2016,...

2016 Year in Review

Updates and reminders of some of the most important stories we covered in 2016, including the Larchmont Bungalow, Catalina Tower, Frank Gehry's 8150 Sunset design, local purple line metro construction and the LACMA Redesign.