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Trace history of your home with the 1940 census

Trace history of your home with the 1940 census

| March 4, 2020 | 1 Comment

With the 2020 Census just around the corner, the Larchmont Chronicle is searching through the records of the 1940 census — which were finally released to the public in 2012 after being held for the mandatory 72-year waiting period — to show our readers a way to learn a bit about their homes’ histories. The […]

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Peppermint and eggnog: coffee flavors of winter

Peppermint and eggnog: coffee flavors of winter

| December 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Without the arrival of snow typical to other areas, one of the surest ways to mark the change of seasons in Los Angeles is by indulging in one of the winter-themed drinks popping up on menu boards at all of our favorite coffee shops. It’s time for the Pumpkin Spice Lattes to make room for […]

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New book on Musso & Frank

New book on Musso & Frank

| October 3, 2019 | 3 Comments

For its 100th birthday, Musso & Frank Grill has had a lot to celebrate. In addition to serving what have been hailed as the best martinis in town, Musso & Frank Grill (6667 Hollywood Blvd.) has played a vital role in the entertainment industry. From providing a gathering place for writers, actors, and producers, to […]

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Philippe’s welcomes exhibit. Are there changes at Langer’s?

Philippe’s welcomes exhibit. Are there changes at Langer’s?

| May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Philippe The Original (1001 N. Alameda St.) is as doused in history as the famous “French Dipped Sandwiches” its original owner claimed to have created. Today, the 111-year-old establishment is showcasing another bit of history — Hollywood history — with its new exhibit, “Hollywood’s Golden Spike.” Established in 1908 by Philippe Mathieu, the restaurant has […]

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Linoleum City — 66-plus years on legendary Route 66

Linoleum City — 66-plus years on legendary Route 66

| May 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

Known for having the largest selection of floor coverings in the country, Linoleum City (4849 Santa Monica Blvd.) has covered it all. From movie sets and game shows to family households — they’ve even provided the Academy Awards with its famous red carpet in the past! Established by Bill Stifter in 1948 at 5606 Santa […]

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Andre’s Italian Restaurant — a comforting neighborhood classic

Andre’s Italian Restaurant — a comforting neighborhood classic

| February 28, 2019 | 1 Comment

It’s hard to believe that a “small” plate of spaghetti the size of my face could be so reasonably priced. Or so delicious. But that’s what Andre’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria is all about. Nestled between the Whole Foods and the News Stand off of Third St., Andre’s (6332 W. Third St.) is the ultimate […]

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