Homeless Count Is More than Just Numbers

  Homelessness is holding steady in Los Angeles City Council District 4, while it has decreased nearly 20% in Council District 10, according to results released in May from a citywide homeless count conducted...

Deadline Extended for Sustainable Garden Tour Submissions

MID-WILSHIRE—The Sustainability Committee of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) has extended its deadline to June 5th for nominations for its first Sustainable Garden Tour on June 26th. The free event will begin at...

Purple Line Detours To Start in June

MID-WILSHIRE—Metro has released finalized detours, but not dates, for summer construction of the Purple Line’s Wilshire/La Brea subway station. Starting in June, street and sidewalks on Wilshire Boulevard between S. Detroit Street and S....

Marlborough Revises Lawsuit Response

HANCOCK PARK—The board of trustees of Marlborough School have renounced a previous filing made on their behalf in a response to a lawsuit from a former student who was sexually abused by a teacher...

Get Out To Vote, May 1st

MID-WILSHIRE—The candidates have registered to run, they’ve made their statements and now it’s time for the voters to have their say. On May 1st, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Barking Lot...

Local Resident Takes H20 Challenge, Cutting Usage by 50%

FREMONT PLACE— Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti held a press conference today at the home of local resident Patricia Lombard to discuss the progress the city has made in its efforts in water conservation and...

Ryu Gets Heat For 7-Eleven Stance

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu in reconsidering a stance he took in March opposing the sale of alcohol at a new 7-Eleven convenience store proposed for a mini-mall at Olympic Boulevard and La...

Ryu’s Motions A Varied Menu

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu has authored a flurry of motions—hitting on a variety of themes—since late last year, everything from those dealing with animals to the city’s current number one high profile...