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Disneyland engagement leads to 29 years of marriage

Disneyland engagement leads to 29 years of marriage

| January 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

Sam Nymous proposed to Sadie Griner on his birthday, at Disneyland, in what was the start of their magical journey that has lasted 29 years, so far, and includes three girls, two boys and four grandkids. Being Orthodox Jews, it is customary in their circle for single people to be set up or matched either […]

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Disney and decorative arts on display at Huntington Library

Disney and decorative arts on display at Huntington Library

| December 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

“Disney is a global phenomenon that everyone can relate to,” is how exhibition curator Wolf Burchard of the Museum of Modern Art in New York started the tour of “Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts” during a press preview in December. This exhibit is a collaboration between the Huntington Library, Art Museum […]

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‘Nextdoor’ post changes the life of a mother and daughter

‘Nextdoor’ post changes the life of a mother and daughter

| December 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

Veronica Chaberski of Hancock Park has been enjoying jazz at the Catalina Jazz Club with Eve, shopping with Rita and going to a museum with Joanne — and that’s in one week! It’s a full and varied schedule for the widowed 81-year-old who moved here from Florida a year ago. However, Chaberski’s life here was […]

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Silvertip trees set to arrive at Larchmont Rotary tree lot

Silvertip trees set to arrive at Larchmont Rotary tree lot

| December 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

The sweet smell of pine takes over the Wilshire Rotary Club tree lot at 568 N. Larchmont Blvd. this month. This year, the Rotary has acquired the hard-to-get and highly sought-after silvertip fir. The silvertips come from a higher elevation in Oregon. Their needles are blue-green while new growth is silvery. The tree lot also […]

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Wintertime camps have playtime and fun for kids

Wintertime camps have playtime and fun for kids

| December 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

A break from school gives kids the chance to explore new interests or just run around with friends after sitting so long in school. Following is a list of some camps in the area. Spots fill up quickly, so don’t hesitate to register if there’s interest. Photography Do you have an aspiring shutterbug? Atwater Photo […]

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Survivor tells of hope at 100th

Survivor tells of hope at 100th

| December 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

It’s official. November 20 is Joe Alexander Day in the City of Los Angeles. Alexander is a Holocaust survivor who just turned 100. He is a bright and beloved speaker at Holocaust Museum LA. At the recent celebration, the local resident received multiple certificates from city, county and state offices honoring his service. Beverly Hills […]

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