This post was updated Aug. 14 at 2:16 p.m.
New businesses are opening their doors in Westwood Village following a year of pandemic-related business closures and hardships.
This post was updated June 27 at 8:06 p.m.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council voted in mid-May to recommend reforms to the business appeals process that would discourage serial appellants.
When days in isolation turned into months at the beginning of lockdown, Shannon Vo felt trapped in her own home.
“I was starting to go crazy,” said Vo, a second-year psychology student.
One of James Heaps’ former patients, attorneys and advocates gathered outside of Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday to inform former patients of their options regarding UCLA’s $73 million class action settlement.
Cooperative housing offers students an affordable, community-oriented housing option during the COVID-19 pandemic, students and alumni said.
The University Cooperative Housing Association was established by students in 1936 to provide nondiscriminatory and less expensive housing for other students after the Great Depression.
This post was updated Nov. 4 at 1:22 a.m.
The LAPD declared a citywide tactical alert Tuesday in preparation for potential unrest after Election Day.
The citywide alert was not made in response to a specific event, according to a tweet from the LAPD.
This post was updated Nov. 8 at 7:16 p.m.
This year’s presidential debates were surprising in many ways but remained the same in one particular way – the lack of discussion around the disability community.
A piece of home-cooked Italian cuisine will make its debut in Westwood this month despite a rising vacancy rate in the Village.
The restaurant, called Prince of Venice, is set to open at 1091 Broxton Ave.
Westwood Village associations and a Los Angeles city official are fighting vacancies in the Village by collaborating to potentially amend its business regulations.
A survey distributed in part by the Westwood Village Improvement Association found that of the 2,519 respondents, most of whom were from Westwood, around 60% supported some degree of changes to the Westwood Village Specific Plan, a document that regulates the entrance of new businesses into Westwood Village.
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