Archive for August, 2017

Travels around the world led Sheri Weller back home

Travels around the world led Sheri Weller back home

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

A professional public speaker, with a degree in business and broadcasting, Sheri Weller traveled 300 days a year during the dot.com days and later for Nissan and other company conventions and trade shows. After the birth of her son, Teddy, now 5, she continued her life on the road, with her son and her own […]

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Showdown set for Bungalow in criminal court

Showdown set for Bungalow in criminal court

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Larchmont Bungalow is scheduled to be back in criminal court Mon., Aug. 7 with a new defendant — Renee Mizrahi, wife of the deceased owner. “That’s the drop-dead date when they’re supposed to be either in compliance by that date or close the restaurant. This has gone on long enough,” said Todd Maland, investigator […]

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Local ballerina leaves Larchmont for Moscow State Theater

Local ballerina leaves Larchmont for Moscow State Theater

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

A young Windsor Village resident has been offered a position at the Moscow State Theater of Russian Ballet. Matisse Love, 17, will begin dancing in Moscow this month under the artistic direction of Vyacheslav Gordeyev. “I’m really excited,” says Love. “It will be a great opportunity to travel and experience new cultures.” A former student […]

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Tudor revivals awarded at WSHPHS annual meeting

Tudor revivals awarded at WSHPHS annual meeting

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A talk on local Art Deco apartment buildings and a lively performance by mariachis were on the bill of the 41st annual meeting of the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society June 25. “It turned out to be quite a lovely event and the Historic Landmark Awards which were presented gave us such interesting history,” said […]

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Larchmont Village hosts 2017 block party

Larchmont Village hosts 2017 block party

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More than 200 neighbors gathered one sunny Saturday afternoon last month on N. Bronson Ave. for the Larchmont Village Neighborhood Association (LVNA) block party. Partygoers mingled over tables of free food and drinks while jamming out to classic rock music courtesy of The Encroachments, a band made up of local Realtors, including Bruce Walker, one […]

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New leaders named for Junior League’s 92nd year

New leaders named for Junior League’s 92nd year

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Katie Young McCullough is the new president of the Junior League of Los Angeles (JLLA). The league, now in its 92nd year, is headquartered on Larchmont Blvd., almost next door to the Larchmont Chronicle. In an interview about her goals for this year, President McCullough first stressed the League’s essential mission of empowering women and […]

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