[letter from the publisher]
We are now launching two new initiatives to make reading the Ledger easier than ever: an app (downloaded for free from an online app store, like Apple’s and expected this month) and an “e-edition” that is ready now that will look exactly like the printer paper but will behave interactively, like a website, providing readers more opportunity to delve into a topic and advertisers an entirely new way to promote their goods or services.
But for a brief three years in Los Feliz, to be near that publication, I have lived in the area since 1994 (on Citrus, Los Palmas and Victoria avenues), and as a local, I am excited to bring my neighbors, friends and readers news that is more thorough, and often, enterprise and investigative.
As a result, we have gained the respect and support of many in the area who desire a more thorough analysis of neighborhood issues. Our goal, when we launched the Los Feliz Ledger, how celebrating this month its 10th anniversary, was to bring complex city, state and sometimes even national stories into context locally. Our goal is the same for Larchmont.