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Artist Jeff Wall memorializes Boulevard

Artist Jeff Wall memorializes Boulevard

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Given how often we shop and dine on Larchmont Boulevard, it might be considered the center of our own small universe. Who would have thought that the corner of First and Larchmont, the Bank of America corner, would become “Parent child,” an image captured by Jeff Wall, a widely collected photographer, and shown around the […]

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Women find solace sharing memories of mothers they miss

Women find solace sharing memories of mothers they miss

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

“Milestone events are hard,” admits Breanne Metcalf, founder of The Betsey Network, a new peer-to-peer conversation group that helps women grieving their mothers find solace among other women in similar situations. Milestones such as: “When I met my husband, Patrick; our marriage; having our baby.” Metcalf continues, “But it’s the little moments I miss the […]

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Giorgio, Village regular, still in need of help

Giorgio, Village regular, still in need of help

| March 3, 2022 | 0 Comments

“I read your article on Giorgio [the Larchmont Chronicle published articles on Giorgio in February and September 2021] and wondered if you could help me.” So began the email I received in mid-January from a concerned Larchmont resident who wishes to remain anonymous. “He has been sleeping in my driveway every night and we cannot […]

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Five nights in Cannes provided star-studded backdrop to romance

Five nights in Cannes provided star-studded backdrop to romance

| January 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

The road to romance for Lauren Gabor and Scott Goldstein passed through the heart of Manhattan, made a brief stop at a star-studded poolside party at the Cannes Film Festival, and finally settled in Windsor Square, where the couple has lived in a meticulously maintained Craftsman since 1989. In the intervening years, they married at […]

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Museum restaurants present art on the plate and off

Museum restaurants present art on the plate and off

| January 27, 2022 | 0 Comments

It’s been said that art feeds the soul, and indeed, entering an exhibit to find a wall full of playful Yayoi Kusama polka-dots or a row of color-saturated David Hockney paintings can make one’s heart leap. More and more often, museums also aim to feed the stomach with excellent menus in a beautiful space. This […]

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Families celebrate the holidays, together

Families celebrate the holidays, together

| December 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

After a bleak year of missed celebrations, are we able to safely gather for seasonal festivities again? Local families mix caution with optimism for holiday gatherings. Careful mingling with friends “I’m all about Christmas,” declares Simone Young Smith. “It’s such a great family time. I get out the Rat Pack Christmas CD.” First, a tree […]

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