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Showdown set for Bungalow in criminal court

Showdown set for Bungalow in criminal court

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Larchmont Bungalow is scheduled to be back in criminal court Mon., Aug. 7 with a new defendant — Renee Mizrahi, wife of the deceased owner. “That’s the drop-dead date when they’re supposed to be either in compliance by that date or close the restaurant. This has gone on long enough,” said Todd Maland, investigator […]

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New leaders named for Junior League’s 92nd year

New leaders named for Junior League’s 92nd year

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Katie Young McCullough is the new president of the Junior League of Los Angeles (JLLA). The league, now in its 92nd year, is headquartered on Larchmont Blvd., almost next door to the Larchmont Chronicle. In an interview about her goals for this year, President McCullough first stressed the League’s essential mission of empowering women and […]

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Sample cuisine at 25th Taste of Larchmont, Aug. 28

Sample cuisine at 25th Taste of Larchmont, Aug. 28

| August 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

Hope-Net’s “Taste of Larchmont” celebrates its 25th anniversary on Mon., Aug. 28 from 6 to 9 p.m. when attendees will sample food from the boulevard’s restaurants. The neighborhood event brings the community together while supporting the Hope-Net food pantry mission. In addition to food from local eateries, a dessert pavilion will offer delicious pastries, cheeses […]

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Faith, family and friends is ‘secret’ to Olsens’ 75th

Faith, family and friends is ‘secret’ to Olsens’ 75th

| August 3, 2017 | 1 Comment

Ken (99) and Dickie (96) Olsen of Muirfield Road will have been married 75 years this November. The couple credit “faith, family and friends” as the secret to their long marriage and to life. The couple raised seven children and volunteered countless hours to St. Anne’s Home, Loyola High Mother’s Club (which Dickie’s mom, Linda […]

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Canopy of trees threatened by sidewalk repair

Canopy of trees threatened by sidewalk repair

| June 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

As the City of Los Angeles continues to roll out a long-range plan to fix the city’s buckling sidewalks, Windsor Village resident Julie Stromberg asks: Who’s looking out for the trees? At the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council’s (GWNC) June 19 Transportation Committee meeting, Stromberg, committee chair, invited Gayle Greenberg, representing the Bureau of Engineering, to […]

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Sister Alice Marie, 82, dies; Twerdahl named director

Sister Alice Marie, 82, dies; Twerdahl named director

| June 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Word of the death of Sister Alice Marie Quinn, founder 40 years ago and executive director until this week of St. Vincent Meals on Wheels, came just as the Chronicle went to press. Her health had been in decline, and she died of natural causes. Mass and burial were on June 28. The day before […]

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