Ryu Takes Extra Steps to Curb Coyotes

The Los Angeles City Council approved a motion by Councilmember David Ryu to explore more options to address public safety concerns regarding coyote sightings. In a motion adopted November 2nd, Ryu stated that continued...

Miracle Mile HPOZ Set for Planning Commission

MIRACLE MILE—After receiving input from both sides, the department responsible for the oversight of the city’s historic neighborhoods and resources is currently working on revised guidelines for a possible Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ)...

Neighborhood Council to Offer Grants

MID-WILSHIRE—Thanks to a recent infusion of funding from the city, the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) will offer grants to local non-profit organizations that seek to improve the community. In October, the Los Angeles...

Street Need Repairing? Let the GWNC Know By Dec. 5

The Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services has scheduled a truck to come to the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council District to perform small asphalt repairs on December 14th. Residents who live within the boundaries...

More New Shops For Larchmont

LARCHMONT BOULEVARD—Shopaholic Sample Sales, a purveyor of discount women’s designer apparel, opened October 8th and Trina Turk, a boutique featuring clothing by its namesake designer, is expected to arrive on the street in coming...

November Community Meetings

November Community Meetings

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Outreach Committee November 5th at 9 a.m. 403 N. Larchmont Boulevard Governing Board November 9th at 7 p.m. 743 South Lucerne Land Use Committee November 22nd at 6:30 p.m. 4350...

[LAFAYETTE SQUARE] Joe Louis: All American Hero

One name that always comes up in the list of famous residents of LaFayette Square, is the legendary boxer Joe Louis. During the 1960s, he lived at 1711 Wellington Road, with his third wife...

Street Closures, Thankfully, End Early

HANCOCK PARK—Weekend street closures of Wilshire Boulevard between La Brea and Highland avenues due to Purple Line subway related construction have ended six weeks earlier than expected. Officials from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan...