Monthly Archives: November 2011

We Still Love Lucy

It looks like one of our neighborhood theaters has a hit on its hands.  We just heard that I Love Lucy Live on Stage has been extended at the Greenway Court Theater on Fairfax Avenue. Here is the information we … Continue reading

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Pita Go, Pita Come

In September we reported that neighborhood pita-falafel place Muma had closed after two years of operation.  It didn’t take long for the space to be filled by a new pita outfit called, appropriately enough, Pita Way. One of our fearless … Continue reading

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West Elm Is Open on Beverly Boulevard

We have reported previously that a West Elm furniture store was set to open on Beverly Boulevard, at Kings Road, in the old Blueprint Furniture space.  It’s the company’s first Los Angeles store; the only other nearby location is in … Continue reading

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Redesigning the Groundlings

It looks like our local world-famous comedy theater will be undergoing some renovations. At a recent performance, the Groundlings were handing out requests for tax-deductible donations to help them fix up their theater.  (In case you didn’t know, the Groundlings … Continue reading

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Good Food, Better Food, Best Food

Okay, we have lots of great restaurants in this neighborhood.  That is a pretty well established fact. If you wanted any more evidence, it’s been flooding in lately. First, local chef John Rivera Sedlar (of Playa on Beverly Boulevard and … Continue reading

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Spend Sunday with Tab Hunter

One of our local specialty movie theaters has a great line-up on Sunday (November 13, 2011): An Evening with Tab Hunter.  It happens at Cinefamily starting at 7:30 pm. According to the theater: Teen heartthrob, accomplished singer, TV celebrity, and … Continue reading

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Represent Yourself

Our area is represented to the City of Los Angeles by our neighborhood council, the Mid City West Community Council.  The council serves as a liaison between community members and the city government.  It can help to get things done. … Continue reading

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