The new year is off to a great start at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza with the signing of a lease with Staples, the world’s largest office products company.
The addition of Staples to Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza builds on the leasing momentum that started in 2010 with the announcements of several new retailers at BHCP, including theater operator Rave Motion…Continue
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BENEATH THE SPIN • ERIC L. WATTREE
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BENEATH THE SPIN • ERIC L. WATTREEDate: January 15th, 2011
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BENEATH THE SPIN • ERIC L. WATTREE
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Tonight my heart grew heavy as I stopped by Sika’s shop during the Art Walk and saw a memorial tribute honoring Fred Horn, this was the firs time I heard that Fred Horn had passed away. He passed a couple of weeks ago due to health complications related to diabetes and high blood pressure.
I last saw Fred at Kaos Network two Art Walks ago in November. Ben Caldwell was holding a filmmaker’s symposium where Fred and I had a chance to share some laughs with the crowd and give props to…Continue
Added by Stevie Mack on January 31, 2011 at 3:33am — 4 Comments
On Friday January 28th 2011 Crenshaw/Watts Rotary Club, Inglewood Rotary, SouthWest Rotary and Hemosa Beach Rotary donated $8,000.00 to the Jr. Blind of America to help with their Children's Vision Screening Program. For more information of how you can help and be part of Rotary, e-mail email@example.com
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Damien Goodmon of FixExpo, who fought against the Expo Light Rail, is leading a Town Meeting on Sunday for the 8th District.
The Hyde Park homowners group that tried to block the Fresh and Easy and Crenshaw and is planning to sue to stop the grocery store from opening will also be there.
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OPINION: The School Board Election: What L.A Unified doesn’t want you to know
By David Lyell, L.A. Unified Substitute Teacher
Please vote March 8 for UTLA-endorsed Los Angeles Board of Education candidate Marguerite LaMotte, District 1.
Unlike their opponent, LaMotte doesn't favor abdicating her…
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Farm Fresh delivers organic produce from the central valley to my doorstep every other Tuesday. They send a newsletter with recipes for the sometimes exotic fruits and vegetables they send.
For every new fan on Facebook in the month of January, Farm Fresh to You will donate $1 per fan to local schools.
The City Project reports that the Greater Baldwin Hills Allicance want to send a message to Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas:
Say No to 600 New Wells
The Baldwin Hills Community Advisory Panel (CAP) meeting:
• 7 p.m. Thursday, January 27, 2011
• Kenny Hahn State Park . 4100 South La Cienega Boulevard
Michael Bauer of the Greater Baldwin Hills…
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My name is Elizabeth Warden and I am a student journalist at USC. I've covered community/USC relations with the student newspaper the Daily Trojan before and usually cover South Los Angeles for my other class reporting projects. This semester, my beat/neighborhood I am reporting from is Leimert Park/Crenshaw. I am enrolled in a radio production class, which produces stories abouth South Los Angeles and airs them on Annenberg Radio News, annebergradio.org and…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Warden on January 25, 2011 at 12:17pm — No Comments
I would like to know why we have a World renowned Theater and Cultural Center the Lucy Florence Culture Center and it not supported by our community what a shame
Added by LeRoy Jones on January 23, 2011 at 12:17pm — 2 Comments
I'll be at MLK Park on Western from noon to 2 giving away fruit trees. C'mon down.
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From Arlington to Crenshaw all the way down to Leimert Park the crowds were five people deep on both sides of the parade route as Los Angeles came out to celebrate the legacy of freedom and action left to us by one of the greatest Americans, Martin Luther King Jr.
The weather was perfect and so were the people. A video of the event is in the works!
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade is one of the most important community events in Los Angeles and celebrates one of the most important men in American history.
It also happens to be one of the most fun.
The Kingdom Day Parade starts at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Western Ave. turns left at Crenshaw and curls back up Leimert…Continue
Added by enhager on January 13, 2011 at 3:04pm — 3 Comments
The 19th Annual Empowerment Congress Summit will feature Attorney-General elect Kamala D. Harris and USC President C.L. Max Nikias .
The Jan. 15 event at USC's Bovard Auditorium isfrom 8 a.m. to noon.
The Empowerment Congress attempts to engage the communitiy, encourage participation, educating and informing the community about how government works, developing strategies that shape policy and…Continue
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LeimertParkBeat.com is not a blog, because it takes more than one person to tell the story of our village. All are invited to share their news, their successes and their concerns with like-mind people - their neighbors.
We had some amazing contributions from citizen journalists, community activists and neighbors. Please thank them! The following are the most visited stories on Leimert Park Beat in 2010.
1. The second Leimert Park African Art and Music Festival…Continue
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