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Jeff Ebenstein, director of Policy and Legislation for City Councilmember Paul Koretz, said the five-story building is in the early stages of development intended to maximize space for the bridge housing facility. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

City Council to consider opening bridge housing in Chabad of Westwood to combat homelessness

This post was updated Jan. 11 at 3:41 p.m. The Los Angeles City Council is considering opening a housing project in Westwood to provide housing for homeless people. Read more...

Photo: Jeff Ebenstein, director of Policy and Legislation for City Councilmember Paul Koretz, said the five-story building is in the early stages of development intended to maximize space for the bridge housing facility. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)

Jeff Ebenstein, director of Policy and Legislation for City Councilmember Paul Koretz, said the five-story building is in the early stages of development intended to maximize space for the bridge housing facility. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)


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)

Hammer Museum’s $180 million expansion to improve accessibility, add exhibits

This post was updated Jan. 8 at 6:13 p.m. The Hammer Museum will undergo renovations and expansion on Wilshire Boulevard through 2020 to include new galleries and office space. Read more...

Photo: 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)

Rocco's Taverns' owners have not been able to use their front door after 10 p.m., offer happy hour reduced drink prices, provide live entertainment and dancing or open the restaurant windows for over two years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rocco’s Tavern can soon provide live entertainment, keep front door open at night

A local bar and tavern will soon be able to provide live entertainment and dancing following lifted restrictions. The North Westwood Neighborhood Council approved a motion Dec. Read more...

Photo: Rocco's Taverns' owners have not been able to use their front door after 10 p.m., offer happy hour reduced drink prices, provide live entertainment and dancing or open the restaurant windows for over two years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rocco's Taverns' owners have not been able to use their front door after 10 p.m., offer happy hour reduced drink prices, provide live entertainment and dancing or open the restaurant windows for over two years. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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)

Pending program would give portion of parking revenue back to Westwood Village

Westwood Village is in the final stages of gaining approval for a program that will allow the Village to receive part of the revenue generated from its parking meters. Read more...

Photo: 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)


Fourth-year mathematics student Andrew Kenner (left) and fourth-year political science student Scott Mulligan (right) both live in the Co-op, a student housing cooperative in Westwood. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Students learn to cultivate community through cooperative housing

When Scott Mulligan and two other UCLA students moved into their room, they noticed the room’s window was surprisingly dirty. “When we got to our room, the window was super dirty, and then (Andrew), Jared and I just cleaned … and then it was super clean by the end of it,” said Mulligan, a fourth-year political science student. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year mathematics student Andrew Kenner (left) and fourth-year political science student Scott Mulligan (right) both live in the Co-op, a student housing cooperative in Westwood. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year mathematics student Andrew Kenner (left) and fourth-year political science student Scott Mulligan (right) both live in the Co-op, a student housing cooperative in Westwood. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)


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