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‘Dog friendly city’ becomes friendlier

Portions of West Hollywood Park will be going to the dogs after the city council voted on Monday to incorporate plans for two dog areas into the Phase II master plan for the park. The decision to create a 4,000-square-foot area for small dogs and a 7,500-square-foot area for larger breeds was met with optimism [...] [...more]

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Cat & Fiddle owners seek a new place to call home

The Cat & Fiddle Restaurant and Pub has been a staple at the historic 6530 Sunset Blvd. building in Hollywood, known for its large outdoor patio courtyard catering residents and industry clientele. But that run has come to an end, the restaurant’s owners said. On Dec. 15, The Cat & Fiddle will close its doors [...] [...more]

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Yaroslavsky’s legacy cemented at LACMA

A plaza at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) will be renamed “Zev Yaroslavsky Plaza” after the retiring Los Angeles County Supervisor, in honor of his longtime support for the museum. The plaza will be located in an existing open area between 6th Street and the museum’s BP Grand Entrance and Ray’s and [...] [...more]

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Sheriff’s captain brings policing to the people

With the holidays around the corner, when thefts tend to spike, the leadership at the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station is taking its crime prevention message to the streets with the “Captain’s Walkabout”, a series of walks in which authorities gather input directly from the public. Capt. Gary Honings, who has been the commanding officer at [...] [...more]

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Historic Spaulding Square turns 100

A portable exhibit smack dab in the middle of Spaulding Square had a lot of stories to tell during the neighborhood’s annual Harvest Festival. This year, residents were celebrating something with a little more heft than the autumn weather sweeping in — they were feting the neighborhood’s 100th year in existence. “It’s heartwarming to see [...] [...more]

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Waxman reflects on 40 years in Congress

U.S. Rep. Henry Waxman is retiring after a four-decade career in the House of Representatives, and although the end of his tenure is drawing near, Waxman remains at the forefront of some of the most pressing issues currently affecting the United States. He praised the agreement announced on Wednesday between President Barack Obama and the [...] [...more]

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Purple Line work gets green light

In many ways, Wilshire Boulevard and the Miracle Mile corridor is where Los Angeles’ love of car culture was born, “with a single purpose, to marriage commerce and cars,” said Therese McMillan, acting administrator for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA). “Every store was designed to appeal to drivers,” she said last [...] [...more]

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Tower site to go back to its musical roots

Tower Records filed bankruptcy in 2006, and since then its iconic Sunset Boulevard location has been in flux, but its current ownership group believes they have finally found the best fit for the old store. Gibson Brands, known primarily for guitars, will be moving into the former Tower Records space at 8801 Sunset Blvd., ownership [...] [...more]

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State’s map shows active fault under Millennium

The California Geological Study (CGS) has released its final earthquake fault map for Hollywood, which will create more work for Millennium Partners should they continue forward with plans for their large Hollywood development. The new map outlines the Hollywood Fault zone, which overlaps portions of multiple projects in the city, including the proposed Millennium Hollywood [...] [...more]

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Renovations begin at Harold Henry Park

Julie Stromberg is no stranger to Harold A. Henry Park, located at 890 Lucerne Blvd., but she said it will be fun for the park to get a little more unfamiliar to her, with a groundbreaking set to reinvent the historic park for a new generation. “I first put my son in a swing at [...] [...more]

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