April 2013 Blog Posts (5)

Watch: Bridge Over Sepulveda Expo Line Construction Video

Check out this new video from the Build Expo folks:

Added by Orli Belman on April 23, 2013 at 9:33pm — No Comments

PICO BLVD

As a long time resident of Rancho Park,  62 years,  I'm getting fed up with the mattress stores and massage parlors that line Pico Boulevard.   Now I hear that the Lazy Boy and Ken Crane site is being turned into a 99¢ store.   Rancho Park and Cheviot Hills is the home to many upscale, sophisticated families and professionals and we deserve better!    Rancho Park / Cheviot Hills homeowners would support an upscale specialty supermarket,  fine restaurants,  a book store and boutiques!   No…

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Added by Paul Hockley on April 22, 2013 at 4:29pm — 6 Comments

Feeder Route to Ciclavia, Sunday April 21

Ciclavia to the Sea will turn Venice Blvd into a biking paradise this Sunday.  The full route will run from Venice Beach to City Hall and the historic El Pueblo district.  A feeder ride will pass through our neighborhood.  The group will start at the UCLA Bruin Bear at 9:30am, picking up riders along the way as it passes down Westwood Blvd.  A great way to share a Sunday with the community!

Added by Calla Wiemer on April 16, 2013 at 3:04pm — 1 Comment

CA Supreme Court Set to Hear Neighbors for Smart Rail Lawsuit on May 7

The legal battle over our east/west rail line is heading up north. On May 7, the California Supreme Court will hear arguments in San Francisco in the case of Neighbors for Smart Rail v. Exposition Metro Construction Authority. At issue is  whether the traffic studies used for the line's environmental documents are ok as is - they are based on future not current traffic conditions - or if they are inadequate, as NSFR contends. …

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Added by Orli Belman on April 9, 2013 at 9:31pm — 8 Comments

Don't miss the new film by Studio Ghibli playing exclusively at Landmark Theater right in our neighborhood

From Up On Poppy Hill, the new film by master filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki and directed by his son Goro Miyazaki is now playing (and is the only LA venue) at the Landmark at Westside Pavilion. Not just for kids, From Up On Poppy Hill will delight audiences of any age. Like stepping into a dream, the film transports us to Japan in 1964. Stunning and beautifully rendered, this movie is truly unique. It is a sweet story that helps us appreciate the beauty of nature and makes us treasure our…

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Added by Adrienne Luce on April 3, 2013 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

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