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Paula Panich to lead workshop for photographers

Paula Panich to lead workshop for photographers

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

A writer by profession, Windsor Square resident Paula Panich is also a passionate gardener. She added “teacher” to the list after a visit to the New York Botanical Garden. “I said to them, ‘you offer garden photography and plant illustration, but what about writing? It’s the missing leg of the tripod.’” That’s how her workshops […]

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Snooknuk offers place for kids and families to play

Snooknuk offers place for kids and families to play

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

The young and not-so-young had fun on their minds when they arrived at the grand opening last month of Snooknuk, a new performing arts café that hosts classes for kids of all ages. The family-friendly event included a bounce house, popcorn, stilt walkers, face painters and more inside and outside the cheery space at 506 […]

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Write Brain Books encourage whole mind thinking

Write Brain Books encourage whole mind thinking

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Meredith Scott Lynn remembers the exact “aha” moment that inspired her to create Write Brain Books—illustrated, textless books with lines on the pages that are ready for writers to fill in. “I grabbed a book to read to my niece, Lila,” said the vivacious redhead, who has a long career as an actor and currently […]

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Taste of Larchmont benefits Hope-Net

Taste of Larchmont benefits Hope-Net

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Residents strolled the Boulevard on a warm August night, sampled cuisine at participating area restaurants and listened to live jazz at the 22nd annual Taste of Larchmont. This year’s theme was “Abbey Road to Larchmont.” The event benefits Hope-Net, an interfaith and community agency celebrating its 26th year. Hope-Net operates 14 area pantries, providing food […]

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Plymouth School founder steps down after 42 years

Plymouth School founder steps down after 42 years

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Taking the advice of one of her former teachers who retired after 25 years, Penny Cox plans to be out of town when classes start on Sept. 15. “She warned me that that will be the hardest time,” said Cox, who founded the Plymouth School with four others in 1972. “But I’m going to be […]

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Neighbors enjoy food, meet police officers at National Night Out

Neighbors enjoy food, meet police officers at National Night Out

| August 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Refreshments, games, safety exhibits and neighborhood walks were among activities at the L.A.P.D. Wilshire and Olympic Division’s National Night Out Against Crime on Tues., Aug. 5. Three locations for the annual event included Larchmont Village, Poinsettia Recreation Park and the Olympic Division station. A large number of residents attended the Larchmont Village event. Food was […]

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