Development Plans for Bothwell Ranch Spark Concerns Over Tree Loss Jeff Bornstein, a resident of Woodland Hills, was visibly upset upon learning that a developer intends to remove a substantial number of trees from the Bothwell Ranch, a significant citrus orchard in the area. Bornstein, who is concerned about the scarcity of parks and public spaces, expressed his dismay over the potential loss of a large section of Los Angeles’s historic and remaining commercial orange grove. This grove symbolizes the city’s once thriving citrus industry. The 12-acre Bothwell Ranch, situated between Woodland Hills and Tarzana, is recognized for its orange trees and gravel pathways. The
Celebrity Duo Venture into Plant-Based Cuisine with ‘Argento’ Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, notable for their musical collaborations, are venturing into the culinary scene with a vegan restaurant named ‘Argento’ in Los Angeles. Situated in the Silver Lake area, ‘Argento’ is set to replace the previously established vegan eatery,
Simplify Your Thanksgiving with Takeout Options Preparing Thanksgiving dinner doesn’t require hours in the kitchen, thanks to numerous restaurants offering takeout meals.
Executive Directive and Its Revisions Karen Bass, the Mayor of Los Angeles, initiated an executive directive in December 2022 to accelerate the
On Thursday, September 28, Metro’s Board of Directors sanctioned an allocation of $1.6 million aimed at enhancing the rail services on the
The FTSE 100 returned to winning territory on Friday, with the natural resources sector in London helping it finish the week on
Taylor Swift’s Birthday Celebration: Home Streaming of “Eras Tour” Concert Film Taylor Swift, a celebrated Sagittarius, recently took to Instagram to make a special announcement: her “Eras Tour” concert
A Spectacular Evening with Mixed Emotions for Kiss Fans Merely two tracks into their performance, the iconic rock ensemble Kiss encountered jeers from the packed venue at the Hollywood
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a time-honored tradition in Mexico with roots that date back thousands of years. Unlike Halloween, which is about warding
Mariah Carey, the R&B and pop sensation, has decided to prolong her Christmas festivities at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles by adding a second show on November 19.
The unofficial IKEA Residency in Los Angeles serves as a unique space for artists, writers, and creators. Blair-Schlagenhauf, one of the organizers, mentions that they are not worried about corporate eviction and cites “parody law” as a defense. The residency is distinct from IKEA’s official artist-in-residence program, which was launched earlier this year and features
The coffee industry has undergone a significant transformation over the past few decades, evolving from a morning staple to an all-day indulgence. Two companies at the forefront of this evolution, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Klatch Coffee, are celebrating major milestones. This article delves into the changing landscape of coffee culture, consumer preferences, and
The issue of homelessness in California has reached a critical juncture, prompting local authorities to seek judicial intervention from the United States Supreme Court. The California State Association of Counties and the League of California Cities have filed a legal brief, arguing that federal court decisions over the past five years have rendered their efforts
The NFL has found a way to make their annual event safe for everyone who attends it by adapting and finding new ways around the current normal. There will be free KN95 masks for the fans attending the Super Bowl next month at SoFi Stadium. The Los Angeles County Public Health is requiring all attendees