City Approves Westfield’s “Mini City”

City Approves Westfield’s “Mini City”

The Los Angeles City Council last week unanimously approved Westfield’s Promenade 2035 Plan. The “mini city” will include a sports arena, two hotels, over 1,400 apartments and a 28-story office building, along with a grocery store and over 10 acres of green space. The... Read more
New Vaccine Rollout Explained

New Vaccine Rollout Explained

Front-line health care workers and essential workers putting their lives on the line to keep the economy and society going are now eligible to step up to the plate for their first vaccine injection. This will be followed by the second vaccine to be administered three... Read more
Nighttrek: What to See in the January Sky

Nighttrek: What to See in the January Sky

The highlight of January is the meteor shower named the “Quadrantids” that occurs on Saturday, January 2.  Go out after 6 pm and see how many you can spot in an hour.   The meteors will pop out anywhere in the whole night sky.  If you get away from the city lights,... Read more
West Valley Hotels to Become Homeless Housing

West Valley Hotels to Become Homeless Housing

Joined by LA Family Housing at a small celebration under COVID-19 protocols, Councilmember Bob Blumenfield has announced that the City of Los Angeles has purchased two hotels for unhoused Angelenos in his district.  These are the first two hotels in Los Angeles that... Read more
Local Hospitals Get First  Doses of Vaccine

Local Hospitals Get First Doses of Vaccine

On Wednesday, Los Angeles marked the deadliest day of the pandemic, yet hope arrived as vaccines were delivered to local valley hospitals.  With 22,422 new cases reported, and 138 deaths in just one day, the need for the vaccine was never more apparent. The mechanics... Read more