Students can now choose from four poke places in Westwood with the recent addition of a new restaurant in the Village.
The Poke, a restaurant that serves poke bowls and hot plates served with cooked meat, miso soup, sweet radishes and other toppings, opened a new location Monday on Broxton Avenue.
Los Angeles City Council will allocate $176 million to pay for housing for homeless individuals in its budget for fiscal year 2017-2018.
The city will dedicate nearly 2 percent of its budget to permanent housing projects and sanitation efforts, among other services, to support homeless individuals.
Westwood visitors will soon receive discounted parking rates in the evening as part of a two-year pilot program.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association is collaborating with UCLA to offer the “$5 after 5 p.m.” parking program at Lot 36 and on 924 Westwood Blvd.
Discarded mattresses and aged couches often line North Village sidewalks, waiting for garbage trucks to pick them up.
Students who regularly move or are unaware of rules banning street dumping often leave out old furniture instead of properly getting rid of their bulky items.
An historic 50 year-old single screen theater in Westwood will soon be restored to its original facade and replaced by two restaurants.
The Landmark Regent Theater is a single-screen theater that has shown mainly independent and foreign films since 2002.
A UCLA shuttle will transport students from the Hill to the Hollywood area this quarter.
UCLA Office of Residential Life changed the free Saturday BruinBus shuttle’s destination from Santa Monica to two different locations: Hollywood and Highland, and The Grove.
Westwood officials are discussing increasing parking opportunities in Westwood Village.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association’s Parking, Access and Transportation Committee plans to take over maintenance of the Broxton Avenue public parking garage, advertise private parking spaces and implement a districtwide valet service.
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