Tuesday, March 26

Wheels electric bicycles come with a foam seat, 14-inch wheels, integrated Bluetooth speakers and swappable replacement parts. Users access the bikes with a mobile application similarly to Bird and Lime scooters. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Wheels electric bicycles come with a foam seat, 14-inch wheels, integrated Bluetooth speakers and swappable replacement parts. Users access the bikes with a mobile application similarly to Bird and Lime scooters. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

Broxton Brewery is the first business able to serve their own brewed beer since the North Westwood Neighborhood Council was formed in May. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)
Broxton Brewery is the first business able to serve their own brewed beer since the North Westwood Neighborhood Council was formed in May. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Vince Augusto is a student at the Westwood PodShare, a housing community on Hilgard Avenue that offers hostel-style living for its residents. PodShare offers about 200 beds across its five locations in Los Angeles. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Vince Augusto is a student at the Westwood PodShare, a housing community on Hilgard Avenue that offers hostel-style living for its residents. PodShare offers about 200 beds across its five locations in Los Angeles. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)


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Scott Tennent, chief communications director for the Hammer Museum, said the new space where City National Bank is currently located will be used to house a full gallery and a new entrance to the museum. (Courtesy of Michael Maltzan Architecture)
Scott Tennent, chief communications director for the Hammer Museum, said the new space where City National Bank is currently located will be used to house a full gallery and a new entrance to the museum. (Courtesy of Michael Maltzan Architecture)

Currently, all parking meter revenue generated by Westwood goes to the City of Los Angeles. If the program is approved, 15 percent of the revenue from parking meters will go back to the Westwood Village Improvement Association to improve the Village. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Currently, all parking meter revenue generated by Westwood goes to the City of Los Angeles. If the program is approved, 15 percent of the revenue from parking meters will go back to the Westwood Village Improvement Association to improve the Village. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)