[out and about] ~April 2015

  ART  Focus Iran: Contemporary Photography and Video. A juried international group exhibition organized by the Craft & Folk Art Museum (CAFAM) in partnership with Farhang Foundation to feature living artists whose works explore...

Uber for Kids?

HANCOCK PARK—It’s Monday night at 6 p.m. Joey Light, 12, has to get to a baseball game in Culver City, along with his friend Alex Saul. His mom, Paulette, scheduled a new ride service...

Summer Camp Guide

For today’s non-stop parents, planning ahead (way ahead) becomes part of the year-round routine. So much for living in the now… we are always scheduling several months down the road! Fortunately, Los Angeles offers...

Target Construction Remains Stopped Awaiting Trial Date

EAST HOLLYWOOD—Locals wanting a different option to the Target at La Brea Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard, will have to wait longer as the halted Target construction on Sunset Boulevard and Western Avenue will...

Ramsay & Ryu on Bikes, Busy Boulevards & Business

With the candidate pool to represent Council District 4 (CD4) and replace the termed out Tom LaBonge narrowed down to two from 14 following the March 3rd primary election Carolyn Ramsay said her message...

[REAL ESTATE] Spring Time Market Slowdown?

It is not a good time to be a buyer looking for a single-family home in Koreatown. With high demand and low supply, home prices in the area have steadily increased. Anna Lee of...

$50K Reward Yields Little in Yager Murder

WINDSOR SQUARE—Los Angeles Police Dept. (LAPD) officials continue to ask the public to come forward with any information or tips in the murder case of a longtime resident last December. Antonia Yager, 86, was...

[OXFORD SQUARE] Older Home Worries Beyond Pipes

In 2001, not long after we bought our 1911 Arts and Crafts bungalow, a journalist friend emailed us a story from the Los Angeles Times archive. Dated October 28, 1954, the headline read: “Woman...

Generation Z: The Economic Engine of Larchmont Boulevard

LARCHMONT BOULEVARD—On any weekday afternoon, a friendly invasion descends on this quaint street. Its participants are young, travel in packs and are on a mission—usually for a snack. They are middle and high school...