If you've ever started a sentence with the phrase, "I don't know who put this together, but if they'd asked me..."Then this event is for you! Learn about the City's proposals on how to make Crenshaw and King Blvd's better for walking, driving, and biking, then how to add your opinion in the mix. Don't worry if you don't live near this area, you can still learn valuable pointers for when the City thinking about what to do near where you live, work, worship, or travel.See More
In honor of Black History Month, Micheline, owner of Seven Stars Creations dress shoppe will debut her band "Queen Micheline Nyanza & Her Band Caribbean Breeze". Sat Feb 2nd at the Barbara Morrison PAC.4305 Degnan Blvd. Leimert ParkShow from 9:00pm - 1:00am - Cover $10.00 Delicious Haitan Food will be available for purchase!Live music, fashion show & lots o' fun!See More
Crenshaw Neighborhood Pride Day is community cleanup event that includes community members, leaders, elected officials and staff. It is a very fun day!!Breakfast, lunch, T-shirt and great fun will be provided.Pride Day is a hands on community revitalization project that allows us the opportunity to work together to improve our neighborhood and give back to our communities. If you have any questions please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call (213) 381-2862 ext 253Volunteers Needed For:Exterior…See More
There is a lot at stake this election and we need to make sure Our Voices are heard and Our Families services are protected! Join SCOPE members as we discuss the 11 propositions on the November ballot and the impacts they will have on our families.Please RSVP by Tuesday Sept 19th, and ask for Simone.****childcare will be provided****See More
So what brings you to Leimert Park Beat? Tell us a little bit about yourself.
I'm a City Planner and I live in the Crenshaw District. I am involved with Transit Oriented Development around the proposed light rail transit stations.
Who referred you?
Good times at:
The AFIBA Center on Friday nights at 7 PM at the Talking Drum Community Forum 5730 Crenshaw). Also, the World Stage and Maverick's Flat on any night of the week. I also attend all of the events and festivals at Leimert Park Village. Lucy Florences use to be a good hang out spot. The Regency West is also good.
I wish the Farmer's Market hadn't moved away to the Crenshaw-Baldwin Hills Plaza on Saturdays. I use to shop at Leimert Park businesses more when the Market was there. Also, I want the community to get rid of Botach Tactical (an ammunition sales outlet), who owns the former gun shop, Total Experience Night Club, and Eso Won Book Store. They are an absolute disgrace.
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The Los Angeles Doctors Symphony Orchestra will perform a free concert this Sunday, November 23, at 3 pm at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Culver City. The program will include excerpts from Tchaikovsky’s “Swan Lake” and “Sleeping Beauty;” Brahms’ “Hungarian Dance;” Stravinsky’s…
The sisters sent the following message: "We know you've been waiting a long time for us to come back, and it's been a long and dedicated journey. Please join us and share this announcement with your neighborhood, friends and family. We looking forward to continuing our relationship with our community."…See More
You are cordially invited to JoinRubato-Elegante Ensemble in “A Jazz Exploration &Contemplative Journey at The Industry CaféSpecial Guest VocalistDouyeOmar Rashad—DrumsRudy Mc Donald—BassChris Jones—PianoDavid Jacques—Tenor Sax & FluteKim Vinson—Flute See More
The Institute of Musical Arts is proud to present "My Abuela's Kitchen", a solo performance by Storyteller Antonio Sacre. Born in Boston to a Cuban father and Irish-American mother, Antonio's stories are drawn from his personal history growing up bilingual and bicultural as a Cuban-Irish-American.Antonio is an internationally touring bilingual storyteller, award winning author, and solo performance artist, based in Los Angeles. He earned a BA in English from Boston College and an MA in Theater…See More