Dear amazing customers, neighbors friends,
I come to you today with a heavy heart. We will be closing March 30th, as we are unable to renew our lease at the Westside Pavilion. Over the last 7 years, I have such an amazing time getting to know you all and your kiddos. It's a bit of a shock that I have now been doing this for 11 years! Please spread the word that next week will be our last week. If you have gift cards or need to exchange anything please do so before next…Continue
President and Mrs. Obama are no strangers to the Rancho Park area. Cheviot Hills Park has served as a base for them when they are criss-crossing the city. But today, students at Overland were treated to a phone call from the First Lady as she called to congratulate Overland in Motion creator and instructor Apryl Krakovsky for founding this innovative and invogorating morning physical education program and to thank her for being part of a movement to get kids moving. KNBC covered the story.…Continue
Added by Orli Belman on March 19, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
http://casdenwestla.com/photos/ Surf around on Casden West LA's site and see what 631 units will look like along with an overhead EXPO Station. The whole character of our town will change from suburban to urban. These "transit oriented developments ( TOD ) are our future if we don't fight them.
Has anyone noticed that the new bulbs on major street lights are much brighter.I live near Beverly Glen/Pico and two have been replaced the past month.They reflect a white glow rather than the yellow of the old ones.Tonight the one on Beverly Glen right up the street from the car wash has been replaced and a few weeks ago the one across the street from it up from St. Timothys was.
L.A. neighborhoods are changing: Demographics shift. Businesses open and shutter. Residents are forced to adapt and, sometimes, move.
In February, KPCC's Crawford Family Forum went to Highland Park—a rapidly changing neighborhood—to hold an an off-site conversation focused on "Changing Neighborhoods: Tradition, Transition, and Gentrification in L.A." (Click the …Continue
I'm off to vote and just realized I am not sure where my polling location is in Rancho Park. I figured many folks may be in the same boat, so I am once again sharing the link to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk's online tool that tells you your polling place. Just put in your address number and street name and your voting location pops up. I'm heading to the Palms Park Rec Center. Hope to see you…Continue
Added by Orli Belman on March 5, 2013 at 10:16am — No Comments