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Traveling is not to be missed

Traveling is not to be missed

| January 25, 2018 | 1 Comment

The reasons for travel take on many forms: adventure, exploration, to learn about different cultures, to visit family, to rejuvenate the soul, or just to lie on a beach with the love of your life. Whatever the reason may be, whether venturing 20 minutes or 5,000 miles from home, travel is essential. All inclusive For […]

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Saving theaters one historic site at a time through photography

Saving theaters one historic site at a time through photography

| December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Mark Mulhall and John Hough are two photographers on a mission. They may not be trying to save the world, but they are doing everything in their power to save historic theaters throughout the United States and beyond. But how can two photographers, armed with nothing more than talent, a camera, and bold intentions, succeed […]

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Visually Impaired students meet and greet Larchmont merchants

Visually Impaired students meet and greet Larchmont merchants

| November 2, 2017 | 2 Comments

Van Ness Elementary School is one of several LAUSD elementary schools that exists within walking distance of Larchmont Blvd. Adjacent to Van Ness Elementary is another school, called the Frances Blend School for the Visually Impaired, which has called its campus home since 1926. The two campuses officially merged in 2013 to form an intentionally […]

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Sticker Planet celebrates 25 years with blowout bash

Sticker Planet celebrates 25 years with blowout bash

| November 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

Sticker Planet, every child’s favorite sticker store in Los Angeles, located at The Original Farmers Market, celebrated its 25th anniversary in October with a festive celebration for the entire community. Adults and children listened to 90’s music, devoured anniversary cake, created bookmarks and doorknob hangers, enjoyed ice cream and soda from Bennett’s Ice Cream, and […]

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Resident takes Young Adult genre by storm in ‘Dangerous Year’

Resident takes Young Adult genre by storm in ‘Dangerous Year’

| September 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

As the October issue of the Larchmont Chronicle goes to press, first-time author and Brookside resident Kes Trester’s soon-to-be-released Young Adult (YA) novel, “A Dangerous Year,” is already racking up positive reviews. “This is our new Gossip Girl, guys. We can feel it,” raves HelloGiggles.com. “You’ll devour this clever and dangerously good plot. We guarantee […]

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Volunteer opportunities open to all at Big Sunday

Volunteer opportunities open to all at Big Sunday

| March 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

Big Sunday, an independent nonprofit organization, is gearing up to host its biggest event of the year, A Month of Big Sundays (also known as MoBS), which hosts and/or sponsors charity projects every single day of the month of May. One of the hardest things about volunteering is getting started. There are thousands of nonprofit […]

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