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Posted on May 19, 2016 at 10:30am 0 Comments 1 Like
Phase Two of the Expo Line opens for business on Friday, May 20.
Metro is offering free rides beginning noon on Friday and all day Saturday.
Steve Hymon at Metro's The Source posted this great guide with info on everything you need to know about the Culver City to Santa Monica Extension, including recommendations to visit the Apple Pan and the Motor Ave Farmer's…Continue
Posted on May 3, 2016 at 10:30am 0 Comments 1 Like
I've always wondered why we have so many mattress stores on Pico Blvd. in Rancho Park and West LA.
t turns out mattress stores are a big business that is only growing. The news program Marketplace has provided some answers, which I have summarized here:
We buy them more often, we want to test them out in person, they are inexpensive to run, and concentrations of them…Continue
Posted on February 25, 2016 at 2:00pm 0 Comments 1 Like
All aboard! The Expo Line officially opens on May 20.
Metro's The Source Blog has all the info (or at least 17 things) you need to know about this new service. Here are a few of them. Read Steve Hymon's post for the full list.
•This is the first…Continue
Posted on January 12, 2016 at 10:00am 0 Comments 1 Like
The bike path running along the Expo Line has an over half a mile gap here in Rancho Park, between Overland and Motor Avenues.
Tomorrow, the public is invited to a meeting community meeting to provide input on how to close what is called the Northvale Gap.
Here are the details from the LA Department of Transportation:
Expo-Northvale Bicycle Path Open House
Palms-Rancho Park Branch Library – Meeting Room [2920 Overland Ave, Los Angeles]
January 13th, from 6 to…
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Our power was never off, but glad to be here.
A friend and I have a few 3-4 miles routes we walk regularly through the neighborhood, and there are always lots of friendly dogs to meet, and even many friendly dog walkers. There are plenty of hills and lots of great lawns for the dogs to romp. Since getting a dog, I walk through more of the neighborhoods than ever before, and have come to really appreicate even more the wonderful area in which we live. Try it!!!! If you're not ready to get a permanent dog, you might consider asking to walk an underwalked dog near by. Unfortunately for both dog and owner, some people don't want or aren't physically up to walking their dogs, so both might really appreciate an offer...
Thanks and nice to virtually meet you. I'm sure we must have ran into each other before as I'm always at Palm's Park or Island's on Tuesdays with my two boys (ages 2 and 4). Anyway - thanks for putting this together!
Thanks very much.
I will try my best.
Dang...I only know about the Post Office @ Rancho Park Pharmacy.
Found your site by sheer luck: my neighbor and I have an ongoing argument as to what constitutes 'Rancho Park'. We live just down the street from the FOX lot...the 'Rancho Park' sign is posted well before Fox Hills Drive..and therefore I tell people that I live in Rancho Park.
Any 'official' definition on the borders of Rancho Park? FYI: the lady at the post office (a federal employee) told me that if your zip code is 90064, you're in RP.
So is it more of a Westside thing (like the pavilion) Or a West Los Angeles thing?
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