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Larchmont Boulevard welcomes new businesses

Larchmont Boulevard welcomes new businesses

| October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

New businesses are getting a warm reception from Larchmont residents. At the same time, some old favorites are bidding the street adieu. Lines are already forming at Salt & Straw, a Portland, Or. –based ice cream store that opened its only Los Angeles location at 240 N. Larchmont Blvd. in  September. Open daily from 10 […]

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Animal Dermatology Clinic opens on Larchmont

Animal Dermatology Clinic opens on Larchmont

| October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

While Fido might not need a nip and tuck, Animal Dermatology Clinic, 428 N. Larchmont Blvd., can do most everything else skin and ear related. Opened recently at 428 N. Larchmont Blvd., the clinic specializes in diagnosis and treatment of allergies, skin disease and chronic ear disease in animals. Specialized services include intradermal skin testing, video […]

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Windsor Square streetlight project to add 99 new poles

Windsor Square streetlight project to add 99 new poles

| October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

The good news is: work crews will be installing 99 new streetlights in Windsor Square in the beginning of next year. The bad news is, it took almost eight years to accomplish. Paul Newman, the Windsor Square Association board member who has been overseeing the volunteer committees working with the city’s Bureau of Street Lighting, […]

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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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Dr. Patricia Gordon sets up third world CureCervicalCancer clinics

Dr. Patricia Gordon sets up third world CureCervicalCancer clinics

| September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

After almost 30 years as a practicing oncologist, Dr. Patricia Gordon decided she wanted to do “something that would have a broader impact on the lives of women around the world.” That “something” led to the birth of CureCervicalCancer, (CCC), under which she has set up clinics in third world countries to provide permanent cervical […]

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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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