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  • Let’s Give Brentwood School A Chance

    Let’s Give Brentwood School A Chance

    In the February edition of Brentwood News, we ran an article about a recent agreement made by Brentwood School and CD11 Councilman Mike Bonin that resulted in the approval of Brent ...

  • Brentwood School’s Response

    Brentwood School’s Response

    Brentwood School Head Mike Riera weighs in on the school’s CUP. As many of you know, on February 21, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved Brentwood School’s Conditiona ...

  • Word From The City

    Word From The City

    The following is a response by CD 11 Councilmember Mike Bonin to Brentwood News, regarding the latest agreement between the City and Brentwood School. I am ecstatic about the agree ...

  • Turning the Munger Property into a Cultural Center?

    Turning the Munger Property into a Cultural Center?

      Resident Frank Muchnik responds to Jeff Hall’s call for ideas for the Barry Building. Many years ago in the 1980s, I was involved in developing a cultural center in San Dieg ...

Let’s Give Brentwood School A Chance

Let’s Give Brentwood School A Chance

In the February edition of Brentwood News, we ran an article about a recent agreement made by Brentwood School and CD11 Councilman Mike Bonin that resulted in the approval of Bren ...

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Brentwood School’s Response

Brentwood School’s Response

Brentwood School Head Mike Riera weighs in on the school’s CUP. As many of you know, on February 21, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved Brentwood School’s Condition ...

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Word From The City

Word From The City

The following is a response by CD 11 Councilmember Mike Bonin to Brentwood News, regarding the latest agreement between the City and Brentwood School. I am ecstatic about the agre ...

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Turning the Munger Property into a Cultural Center?

Turning the Munger Property into a Cultural Center?

  Resident Frank Muchnik responds to Jeff Hall’s call for ideas for the Barry Building. Many years ago in the 1980s, I was involved in developing a cultural center in San Die ...

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Are We There Yet? The Future of Transportation in Los Angeles

Are We There Yet? The Future of Transportation in Los Angeles

South Brentwood Residents Association will discuss this at its 41st Annual General Meeting on April 27. In November, voters resoundingly passed Measure M, which promised, “to impr ...

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Bryan’s Smile Hosts Drug Prevention Program

Bryan’s Smile Hosts Drug Prevention Program

The free event for parents and children will take place at Paul Revere Middle School. Bryan’s Smile is a nonprofit organization founded to raise awareness of substance abuse. In c ...

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Discover Brentwood Village

Discover Brentwood Village

Nova Pilates 11621 Barrington Court, 2nd Floor 310.430.8128   Bend and stretch. Find your center... Empty your lungs. Turn off distractions... and let your body and mind come ...

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Whither Brentwood’s Coral Trees?

Whither Brentwood’s Coral Trees?

Coral trees are part and parcel of Brentwood’s landscape, but lately it appears that many of them have been collapsing. Is this a trend or is it because of the recent spate of inc ...

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Mike Bonin Weighs In On Brentwood School CUP

Mike Bonin Weighs In On Brentwood School CUP

The following is a response by CD 11 Councilmember Mike Bonin to Brentwood News on Feb. 15,  regarding the latest agreement between the City and Brentwood School I am ecstatic abo ...

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Letter to the Editor: Response to Lauren Cole’s Brentwood School Editorial

Letter to the Editor: Response to Lauren Cole’s Brentwood School Editorial

By Jeff Appel After reading the article from your Guest Editor, Lauren Cole, I had to respond. With all due respect, even the title of your guest editorial piece is misleading and ...

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