The North Westwood Neighborhood Council urged the city and state to ramp up efforts for California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s initiative to shelter vulnerable, unhoused populations in hotels and motels.
The Westwood Village Farmers’ Market, once a vibrant social scene for the Westwood community, has struggled to attract customers since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
A local business district committee is looking to amend a costly and slow storefront signage process.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association planning and mobility committee met with Los Angeles City planning assistant Julia Duncan on March 4 to relay complaints from prospective businesses about storefront signage.
The local business improvement district is exploring potentially altering historic buildings in Westwood Village.
The planning and mobility committee of the Westwood Village Improvement Association met with Los Angeles City Planning staff Wednesday to discuss the extent to which some historic buildings could be altered.
The Herb Alpert Foundation added $50,000 to the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music’s annual scholarship fund to make the transfer process from Los Angeles City College easier, according to a university press release.
A Tijuana-inspired taco franchise launched its second Los Angeles storefront in Westwood with a free taco promotion Friday evening.
Victor Delgado and Jorge Alvarez-Tostado, the owners of Tacos 1986, created the franchise back in 2018 as a taco stand traveling around Los Angeles, making stops in Venice, Smorgasburg and Koreatown.
Electric bike company Wheels showcased a new bike model with an integrated helmet during a North Westwood Neighborhood Council committee meeting Jan. 14.
The transportation and safety committee of the NWWNC, which represents Westwood and UCLA to the Los Angeles City Council, met with Wheels representatives to discuss the new model.
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