October 9, 12:50 am
Francesca’s, a contemporary women’s clothing and accessories boutique, will open Saturday in Westwood Village, adding another retail store to the area.
The store, opening south of Weyburn Avenue on Westwood Boulevard, will offer hand-selected clothing and accessories, said Michelle Giacalone, the chain’s district manager. Read more...
October 5, 9:26 am
About 25 students who support the climate change awareness movement marched from the Bruin Bear to the bottom of Janss Steps on Friday, demanding action to minimize the effects of global warming. Read more...
Photo: Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., an environmental activist, addresses a group of students as a part of Know Tomorrow's national day of action to encourage students to join the fight against climate change. (Courtesy of Danna Creager)
October 1, 2:07 am
A recent city council plan to spend $100 million to alleviate homelessness in Los Angeles sparked criticism from several UCLA experts who don’t think the funding can provide a permanent solution. Read more...
September 25, 6:59 am
Westwood residents might only be able to vote for neighborhood council board members in 2016 by going to the polls, rather than voting by mail or online. Read more...
Photo: Westwood residents, including students, might only be able to vote during the 2016 Westwood Neighborhood Council elections in person by going to the polls instead of filling a vote-by-mail ballot or going online. (Daily Bruin file photo)
September 18, 9:35 pm
Westwood and UCLA community members recall the 1984 Summer Olympics with fondness and pride as the Los Angeles 2024 Exploratory Committee refines its bid to host the Games again in 2024. Read more...
Photo: The Olympic All-American Band marches out of the 1984 Summer Olympics opening ceremony held at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. In the background, the crowd uses cards to form the flags of the participating nations. (Courtesy of Gordon Henderson)
August 10, 11:51 am
Suzanne Herskovic Ponder handed over the keys to Bel Air Camera, a company that had been run by her family for more than 50 years, with a sense of finality. Read more...
Photo: Bel Air Camera leaves behind the legacy of Holocaust survivor and founder William Herskovic after his daughter Suzanne Herskovic Ponder managed it for about 12 years. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)