Archive for April, 2017

Candidates in runoff for 34th seat

Candidates in runoff for 34th seat

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Two Democratic Party candidates are competing in a June 6 runoff election for the 34th Congressional District seat. Attorney Robert Lee Ahn will go up against state assemblyman Jimmy Gomez to fill the seat vacated by Xavier Becerra, who was named California’s attorney general by Gov. Jerry Brown in Dec. 2016. The two men were […]

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The Little Free Library that thought it could… and did

The Little Free Library that thought it could… and did

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Little Free Library was a concept started in Wisconsin in 2009. There are currently three Little Free Libraries in close proximity to the Larchmont Chronicle, as well as two at local police stations, Olympic and West Traffic. Three little libraries The Little Free Library in front of Dr. Arthur A. Kezian’s dental office at […]

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City diversity being celebrated at Night Market, Food Bowl

City diversity being celebrated at Night Market, Food Bowl

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Celebrate the diversity of the city’s cuisine at the Los Angeles Times Food Bowl through 31 days of dining this month. The festival will bring together local dining and international chefs while promoting awareness about food waste and hunger. Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Jonathan Gold, among others, will curate and host signature events during the festival. […]

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Pitch in, help out with Big Sunday all month long in May

Pitch in, help out with Big Sunday all month long in May

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

A Month of Big Sundays (MoBS) is off and running with charity projects for everyone, every single day in May. Started in 1999 by Hancock Park resident David Levinson and about 300 others from his synagogue, Temple Israel of Hollywood, Big Sunday has morphed from a one-day event to year-round activities, with the emphasis on […]

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At Chevalier’s Books: Jo Haldeman returns to Larchmont

At Chevalier’s Books: Jo Haldeman returns to Larchmont

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Returning to a neighborhood where she lived and worked, Joanne (Jo) Horton Haldeman captivated a large crowd at Chevalier’s Books at the end of last month, just days after the publication of her book, “In the Shadow of the White House.” The book is a memoir of the Washington and Watergate years (between 1968 and […]

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Crafts, nature hikes and horses at Camp Enterprise Farms

Crafts, nature hikes and horses at Camp Enterprise Farms

| April 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Enterprise Farms has offered a safe, fun-filled camp in the heart of Los Angeles (on the edge of Griffith Park and the Los Angeles River) for more than 20 years.  The camp is for riders of all (even non-) experienced levels, says Gene Gilbert, camp manager. Campers learn grooming, horsemanship and riding. A demonstration is […]

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