Archive for August, 2018

Real Estate Sales

Real Estate Sales

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

Real Estate Sales Single-family homes 543 S. Muirfield Rd. 340 N. Las Palmas Ave. 314 S. June St. 319 S. McCadden Pl. 543 Wilcox Ave. 111 S. Plymouth Blvd. 683 S. June St. 146 S. Van Ness Ave. 253 S. Plymouth Blvd. 101 N. Irving Blvd. 911 S. Tremaine Ave. 607 N. McCadden Pl. 365 […]

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Talk like a pirate Wed., Sept. 19, post–Taste of Larchmont

Talk like a pirate Wed., Sept. 19, post–Taste of Larchmont

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

The “dread ship Taste of Larchmont” will have sailed three weeks before, and the beneficiaries of Hope-Net’s year-round food pantry services already will be enjoying the treasure raised at the 26th fundraiser on the Boulevard, but you still will have a chance to get in the pirate spirit — if you start talking like a […]

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CIM Group presents ‘Wilshire Mullen’ revision to neighbors

CIM Group presents ‘Wilshire Mullen’ revision to neighbors

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

As first reported in the Larchmont Chronicle in May this year, the CIM Group development at and around the former Farmers Insurance tower is now proposed to be entirely residential. Drawings showing “before and after” concepts for the project’s site plan were shared with neighbors at the Brookside Homeowners Association summer community meeting at Memorial branch […]

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They’re hard at work playing music

They’re hard at work playing music

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

School is back in session and local student musicians are hard at work reading, writing and playing a variety of instruments. Many students attend Rhodes School of Music on Larchmont and the Los Angeles Violin Shop on Olympic, or they practice with independent teacher George Grove Jr. Rhodes School of Music, founded by lifelong musician […]

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Ladies of the Cat and Fiddle carry forward old traditions and create new

Ladies of the Cat and Fiddle carry forward old traditions and create new

| August 30, 2018 | 1 Comment

When The Cat and Fiddle closed down at its Sunset Boulevard location in 2014, it was a sad day for many, especially the Gardner family — mom Paula and daughters Eva, Ashlee and Camille — owners of “The Cat,” as it is affectionately called. Last year, however, the family-owned, family-friendly public house was resurrected after […]

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McAvoy on Preservation: Designation deadline nears for pre-eminent Los Angeles building

McAvoy on Preservation: Designation deadline nears for pre-eminent Los Angeles building

| August 30, 2018 | 0 Comments

We use the term “iconic” a great deal. It usually means something that stands out, a “cut above,” something almost everyone recognizes. Landmarks are often iconic by virtue of their style of architecture, a quality that allows instant recognition. City Hall. Walt Disney Concert Hall. The Chinese Theater. The historic preservation movement in Los Angeles […]

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