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Holiday Happenings

Holiday Happenings

| January 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

December was a busy month of holiday celebrating throughout the Larchmont Chronicle neighborhoods, from Brookside to Larchmont and points in between. There even was a party attended by lots of locals at a DTLA arts district loft, the latest digs of former Hancock Park and Larchmont Village residents. Various photographers caught the action.

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Celebrating Oscar awardee, ALLA’s new home

Celebrating Oscar awardee, ALLA’s new home

| January 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Nominated for an Academy Award twice in the past for “La La Land” and “True Grit,” Mary Zophres, costume designer for this year’s film about Neil Armstrong, “First Man,” was recently feted at the FIDM Museum. Barbara Bundy, director of the museum, hosted an intimate luncheon at the downtown, South Park facility.  “It can be […]

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Windsor Square discusses past year, announces ‘Squeaky Wheel’

Windsor Square discusses past year, announces ‘Squeaky Wheel’

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Windsor Square Association (WSA) held its annual Town Hall Meeting at The Ebell of Los Angeles on Nov. 15. President Larry Guzin welcomed residents and introduced WSA board members as well as District Four Councilman David Ryu and his field deputy Rob Fisher. Councilman Ryu spoke of the efforts made to save the trees […]

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Prado, after 28 years, closes on Blvd.; Vive Le Parisien!

Prado, after 28 years, closes on Blvd.; Vive Le Parisien!

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

Larchmont tenant activity is like the tides — some go out and some come in. Lately there are changes taking place near Beverly Boulevard and First Street. Plus, there was a good holiday party at the southern end last month! See the story about new men’s clothier, Buck Mason, on p. 25. Prado on its […]

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City library near Sunset Blvd. to be ‘bridge’ housing for women

City library near Sunset Blvd. to be ‘bridge’ housing for women

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

One year after a November 2017 announcement by Councilman David Ryu and the City of Los Angeles, ground was broken (more accurately, ankle-deep debris was cleaned off the floors) to remodel a former public library building into a facility that will provide 30 beds and services for women experiencing homelessness. The “bridge housing” project on […]

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Buy a toy, give a toy at these local organizations

Buy a toy, give a toy at these local organizations

| November 29, 2018 | 0 Comments

It is easy to go “off list” and get in the habit of impulse buying during the holidays. Put some of those impulses to work and donate toys and gift cards to some of these local organizations. In most cases, toys should be unwrapped and gift cards are requested to be from major retailers. Olympic […]

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