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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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Award-winner on Mansfield was purchased from a cat

Award-winner on Mansfield was purchased from a cat

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

The two-story Italian Revival-style building at 216 S. Mansfield Ave. is one of the winners of the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society Landmark Awards. Dave Goldstein, owner, received the award at the Society’s annual meeting in July. Goldstein purchased the building in 1991 from the estate of Mrs. Gimbel’s cat. Proceeds from the trustee’s sale […]

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Annual ‘Taste’ event brings Broadway to boulevard

Annual ‘Taste’ event brings Broadway to boulevard

| July 30, 2015 | 0 Comments

Sample cuisine from 12 restaurants while listening to musical show tunes as “Larchmont goes Broadway” for the Taste of Larchmont on Mon., Aug. 24 from 6 to 9 p.m. The community event—celebrating its 23rd anniversary—features Italian, Greek, Asian, Carribean and traditional foods from local restaurants, with live music, a raffle and a silent auction to […]

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Breathe, stretch, move in viniyoga

Breathe, stretch, move in viniyoga

| July 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Think you can’t do yoga? Take a deep breathe, stretch and think again in Fred Miller’s viniyoga classes at Yogaworks Larchmont. The yoga style—named after a Sanskrit term—is “more challenging for the mind than the body,” explains Miller. “It takes a few weeks to master this… Come along and have fun,” he tells a group […]

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Academy Museum gets final okay; MMRA readies to sue

Academy Museum gets final okay; MMRA readies to sue

| July 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

A $300-million Academy Museum of Motion Pictures got rave reviews from the City Council June 24. A 13-0 vote paved the way for construction to begin as early as this summer. The Renzo Piano design includes a glass-domed 1,000-seat cinema to rise behind the Art Deco May Co. The building will be restored to its […]

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Blend students create and perform in musical

Blend students create and perform in musical

| July 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

An original production of “Bug Boy: The Musical” was performed in the Van Ness Elementary School auditorium on May 27. The 30-minute show was directed by teacher Anne Bell and performed by students from the Visually Impaired Resource Room. Earlier this year, Van Ness received a grant from the John F. Kennedy Center for the […]

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