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Though voter turnout was generally high in CD4, the Freemont Place/Windsor Square area lagged.
The proposed gallery would exceed the area’s height limits and some say it could create parking and noise issues.
Windsor Square resident Oston Jemba Madengue juggles school, work and his nonprofit Jemba Against Violence.
Neighbors at odds over possibility of Miracle Mile historic designation.
Thanks to new funding from the city, the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council will offer grants to local non-profits.
There is no guarantee that repairs will be made to every location suggested, but the goal is that eight to ten repairs will be made.
No one is immune from falling, but the risk of falling is greater as you get older.
A Harry Potter themed holiday ball, Supper with Santa, the Festival of Carols and more.
Omar shares his recipe for a Vieux Carre, a classic whiskey drink from New Orleans.

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Presidential Election Locally by the Numbers

Though voter turnout was generally high in CD4, the Freemont Place/Windsor Square area lagged.

Oxford Square Residents Wary of Proposed Crenshaw Art Center

The proposed gallery would exceed the area’s height limits and some say it could create parking and noise issues.

[PEOPLE IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD] Once A Toy Drive, But Now So Much More

Windsor Square resident Oston Jemba Madengue juggles school, work and his nonprofit Jemba Against Violence.