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Larchmont Farmers Market: popular summer and year-round attraction

Larchmont Farmers Market: popular summer and year-round attraction

| August 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Supermarket shopping is not exactly an engaging activity. Rather, it’s a tedious one. The best you can hope for is navigating the aisles successfully and getting out as quickly as possible. Especially in a modern and technologically advanced city like Los Angeles, it can be fun to do things the old-fashioned way. Shopping at the […]

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Enjoy scoops of vanilla to Milkiest Chocolate in time for summer

Enjoy scoops of vanilla to Milkiest Chocolate in time for summer

| June 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

Any ice cream lover knows that July is the perfect time to enjoy a scoop or two. Popular trends in the ice cream arts, such as rolled or allergen-friendly ice cream, are surfacing for the summer, and the traditional cone and cup add to the variety. This summer, taste your way through tried-and-true vanilla to […]

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Communities debate limits on billboards

Communities debate limits on billboards

| June 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

The debate on billboards in Los Angeles has not been resolved since the Chronicle last reported on it in July 2017. However, 20 neighborhood councils recently have weighed in by submitting Community Impact Statements advocating limits on digital signage as per the “Version B+” draft billboard ordinance advanced by the City Planning Commission. This version […]

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Upgrades at Buzz publisher’s Fremont Place home make it more accessible for all

Upgrades at Buzz publisher’s Fremont Place home make it more accessible for all

| June 28, 2018 | 0 Comments

When Larchmont Buzz co-publisher Patty Lombard’s parents, Anne and Rocci Lombard, came to live with her at her Fremont Place home a few years ago, her family began an extensive renovation to make their space more accessible and easier to navigate for elderly adults. The results were so successful, they’re featured in a June 15 story […]

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Torch dancing, movie making, flying trapeze and … work?

Torch dancing, movie making, flying trapeze and … work?

| March 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Spring has barely begun, but already local kids and teens are looking forward to their summer plans. A common option for the younger set is to attend nearby day camps. Ezra Shapiro, a rising kindergartner at Wagon Wheel, spent two weeks last summer at the Wild Folk day camp that operates out of the Fairfax […]

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Misconceptions about La Brea Tar Pits, Ice Age animals, climate change

Misconceptions about La Brea Tar Pits, Ice Age animals, climate change

| March 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

This article is adapted from a talk Dr. Lindsey gave prior to last year’s annual TarFest celebration in the Miracle Mile. In 2016, I moved to Los Angeles to take the job of Curator at the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum. This site is a U.S. National Natural Landmark, is generally ranked as one […]

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