Archive for September, 2021

Rossmore apartment project presented at a ‘town hall’

Rossmore apartment project presented at a ‘town hall’

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

A neighborhood town hall meeting hosted by Atlanta-based developer Domos Coliving attracted more than 30 local residents last month to hear details of plans to renovate the apartment building at 410 N. Rossmore Ave. Frances Anderton, architecture and design journalist, who formerly hosted the KCRW show “DnA: Design and Architecture,” was the event’s moderator. A panel […]

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Curtain is about to rise at the Academy Museum Sept. 30

Curtain is about to rise at the Academy Museum Sept. 30

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

When the curtain rises at the new six-story Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Thurs., Sept. 30, a classic film with live music will herald its opening. The first three months will feature special programming, and visitors will be able to dine at a restaurant inspired by Hollywood’s glory days. Two screenings of the 1939 […]

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Downward dogs, tranquility are back at Center for Yoga

Downward dogs, tranquility are back at Center for Yoga

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“It’s cathartic,” Center for Yoga manager Deb Anderson said of the studio’s re-opening Aug. 24 at 230 ½ N. Larchmont Blvd. “It’s awesome to be able to re-envision the space and finish what I started … experimentation, new workshops and bringing more life and different styles of yoga.” Anderson had to roll up her mat […]

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Gubernatorial recall election is on ballot

Gubernatorial recall election is on ballot

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

Local voters beware — there are three recall elections in the works. Gavin Newsom This month, voters in the state will cast ballots by Tues., Sept. 14 for the California Gubernatorial Recall Election. “Shall Gavin Newsom be recalled (removed) from the office of Governor?” reads the first question on the ballot. The second question asks […]

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A splash of cold witch hazel: Raymond Chandler’s prose

A splash of cold witch hazel: Raymond Chandler’s prose

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Raymond Chandler, who some people consider the best writer of detective novels in English, didn’t like that sort of hyperbole at all. He thought it was just “critics’ jargon,” this separating works of literature into this sort, or that sort. But last week, bored and recovering from illness, I reached out to my shelf, and […]

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On the  Boulevard: Family Fair update, and changes afoot

On the Boulevard: Family Fair update, and changes afoot

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

100 years! Excitement mounts as our local community prepares to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Larchmont Boulevard shopping district. Special activities are planned for Sun., Oct. 24. More on that in a bit. In the meantime, as has been happening for the past 100 years, there are changes afoot in […]

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