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The siblings' mother, who owned the famed Melrose Avenue cafe across from Paramount Pictures, died May 2nd at age 91.
A team hangout since their first stint in Los Angeles, Fairfax bar Tom Bergin’s still has a piece of original Rams history.
Locally, 28 schools have fallen short of experts' 95% vaccination rate recommendation.
Ryu spent approximately $860,000 of his discretionary funds in fiscal year 2016-2017. 
Concrete street repairs in Hancock Park have come in on time and under budget.
As part of Garcetti’s negotiations to delay Los Angeles hosting the games until 2028, the city will receive $160 million in advance funds for youth sports.
Prices reached a low in late July at an average of about $2.90 per gallon, according to the Automobile Assoc. of America.
But low stock and high local prices are keeping them on the sidelines in the Larchmont area.
A homemade robot is the host of HUMANS!, a monthly standup comedy show produced by 26-year-old comedian Mikey Heller.
Unless something changes dramatically and very quickly, this will be the last print edition of the Larchmont Ledger. 

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Lucy’s El Adobe Cafe Heirs in Legal Battle

The siblings' mother, who owned the famed Melrose Avenue cafe across from Paramount Pictures, died May 2nd at age 91.

Bergins’ Boys

A team hangout since their first stint in Los Angeles, Fairfax bar Tom Bergin’s still has a piece of original Rams history.