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Couples tell how they met . . .

Couples tell how they met . . .

| January 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Forgotten typewriter unites pair Carl and Betsy Anderson were both students at Stanford University in 1969. Betsy Neville was from Windsor Square, and Carl had grown up in Ohio. Carl remembers the exact time he first met Betsy on campus. “It was late September in 1969 at 2 p.m. I had an interview for the […]

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Monkees drummer inspires his daughter in family business

Monkees drummer inspires his daughter in family business

| January 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Making furniture by hand is a dying art. A daughter making furniture alongside her father is even more rare. And if her father just happens to be Micky Dolenz of The Monkees? Well, this story just got really interesting. Georgia Dolenz, one of Micky Dolenz’ four daughters, is a British transplant who grew up living […]

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Promoting social change important to area youth

Promoting social change important to area youth

| September 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lily Larsen Student intern My interest in activism started early—I was only five when I attended the “Day Without Immigrants” march in 2006—but I was interested in what it means to other students my age. So I sat down with Heavlynne Richard, 14, and Jordan Cain, 15, to interview them on the topic. I started […]

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Wilton Place Craftsman wins Historical Society award

Wilton Place Craftsman wins Historical Society award

| September 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

The following information was written by Carol Henning with research by Fluff McLean. The three-story Craftsman house at 200 S. Wilton Place has won the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society landmark award for 2015. The house was built on S. Westlake Ave. near MacArthur Park in 1904 and moved to its present site in 1920. […]

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Mom determined to find the right sport for daughter

Mom determined to find the right sport for daughter

| September 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Vanessa Herman Like most Hancock Park parents, I have spent countless hours sitting on bleachers in local parks and gymnasiums watching my child swing a racket or bat or try to get a ball in a hoop or net. Simone, who is now 11 years old and in 5th grade at St. James’ School, […]

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My day as a White House reporter

My day as a White House reporter

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Sadie White was selected by KidScoop Media to interview winners of Michelle Obama’s Healthy Lunchtime Challenge at the White House. She is the daughter of Amy and John White of Miracle Mile and attends Larchmont Charter. By Sadie White, Age 9 It was time to go to Washington D.C. as a kid reporter for KidScoop […]

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