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LA's Historic Hollyhock House to Reopen to Public Aug. 18

NBC Los Angeles LA City Council 8/6 5:47A City News Service
Los Angeles historic Hollyhock House will reopen to the public on Aug. 18, city officials announced. LA City Councilman Mitch O Farrell and the Department of Cultural Affairs will hold a...

Author talk

Beverly Press 7/21 10:29A Edwin Folven
American Jewish University is holding “Portrait of an Unknown Woman: Daniel Silva Interviewed by Henry Winkler” on Sunday,... The post Author talk appeared first on Beverly Press & Park Labrea News .

Undeveloped Bel Air Property With Backstory Sees $11 Million Price Hike

WestSideToday.com 7/15 8:50P Staff Report
1.3-acre lot sits just off Nimes Road By Dolores Quintana The Colombian billionaire Jamie Gilinski has raised the listing price on an undeveloped property that he is selling from $34 million to $45 million as reported by The Real Deal.com . This...

Undeveloped Bel Air Property With Backstory Sees $11 Million Price Hike

Santa Monica Mirror 7/15 8:49P Staff Writer
1.3-acre lot sits just off Nimes Road By Dolores Quintana   The Colombian billionaire Jamie Gilinski has raised the listing price on an undeveloped property that he is selling from $34 million to $45 million as reported by The Real Deal.com ....

P-22 Ain’t the Only Cat in Town

WestSideToday.com 7/13 3:43A Staff Report
An uncollared mountain lion lives in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW) has released three minutes of new video footage of a mountain lion they have been following through their wildlife cameras since...

P-22 Ain’t the Only Cat in Town

Santa Monica Mirror 7/7 12:16A Staff Writer
An uncollared mountain lion lives in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife (CLAW) has released three minutes of new video footage of a mountain lion they have been following through their wildlife cameras since...

LA City Council Votes to Ban Homeless Encampments Near Schools

NBC Los Angeles LA City Council 7/1 10:24A City News Service
In a sometimes-raucous meeting that was repeatedly interrupted by shouting from the audience, the Los Angeles City Council tentatively approved an ordinance Friday banning homeless encampments within...

Los Angeles fireworks shows begin today

Santa Monica Daily Press 7/1 10:00A Guest Author
While private fireworks are illegal in Santa Monica and Los Angeles, several agencies have permits for professional shows, including some near or bordering Santa Monica. Some shows, including the Beach Club’s annual fireworks display, are taking...

Kling Inducted into SoCal Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

Palisadian-Post 6/30 2:24A Steve Galluzzo
Tennis coach Bud Kling has won his share of awards in a career spanning four decades and Sunday  he received perhaps his most prestigious honor yet, being inducted into the Southern California Jewish  Sports Hall of Fame in a ceremony at American...

Israeli film

Beverly Press 6/23 10:03A Edwin Folven
American Jewish University presents a screening of the Israeli film “Greener Pastures” on Sunday, June 26, at 7... The post Israeli film appeared first on Beverly Press & Park Labrea News .

LA City Council Approves Law Banning Bicycle Assembly on Sidewalks

NBC Los Angeles LA City Council 6/21 2:19P City News Service
The Los Angeles City Council approved an ordinance today to prohibit people from assembling or disassembling bicycles in the public right-of-way. A motion to have the ordinance drafted was introduced...

LA Advances Hotel Worker Protections That Include ‘Panic Button' Devices

NBC Los Angeles LA City Council 6/21 10:40A City News Service
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday tentatively adopted an ordinance that would require hotels to provide workers with personal-security devices to protect them from violent or threatening hotel guests while also extending minimum wage...

LA City Council Passes Motion To Improve Hate Crime Reporting

NBC Los Angeles LA City Council 6/18 9:43A City News Service
The LA City Council passed a motion Friday aimed at improving the city s systems for people who need to report hate crimes, citing a disparity between the number of such crimes reported to law...
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