Who We Are

ALLISON B. COHEN Allison is the publisher of both the Larchmont Ledger, since 2015, and the Los Feliz Ledger since 2005. She holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] June 2016

The city has a knack for initiating ideas or projects without having the foresight of how to pay for them. One case in point, is when Mayor Eric Garcetti declared last year a state...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] May 2016

The Hollywood Sign is one of if not the most recognizable landmarks in the world and for the small Beachwood community in its shadow, the 350-foot long sign with its 45-foot tall letters has...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER]

Sloppy math got me in major trouble with the Los Feliz Business Improvement District (LFVBID) in March after I mailed letters to 300 local business owners that it had “siphoned” more than $1 million...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER]

When I was a young reporter, the first thing I did when I got to work when I was an intern for the Los Angeles Times was to make “beat calls.” At the time,...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] November

It appears the issue of tourists inundating the Hollywood Hills and Beachwood areas of the district to take a selfie with the Hollywood Sign has taken front stage during newly elected Los Angeles City...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] October 2015

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] October 2015

If it’s soon to be October, that means it’s time for the Larchmont Family Fair. I can’t count the years I have attended this wonderful event. My fondest memory is taking my children—who are...

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] September

[LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER] September

Given the city has passed a new mobility plan encouraging everyone to take public transit or ride a bike whenever possible, the Larchmont Ledger will have “Ride Your Bike to Work” day, Tues. Sept....

[letter from the publisher]

As we complete just six months of publication, the Larchmont Ledger has quickly become a new “must read” in the Larchmont and Hancock Park area. We are now launching two new initiatives to make...

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

The Ledger has tried for months to get a response from the city regarding who, or what city department, has oversight of Los Angeles’ 40 Business Improvement Districts (BIDs). These are local, elected agencies...