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Pumpkin patch to open

Pumpkin patch to open

| September 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

Lots and lots of pumpkins to pop up on Larchmont If you want to see a whole bunch of pumpkins (30,000 lbs.), swing by the Wilshire Rotary Club’s pumpkin patch at 568 N. Larchmont Blvd. Pumpkins go up for sale Sat., Oct. 8, with sales continuing through Sun., Oct. 30, or until all are sold. […]

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Debut cookbook by former resident hot off the grill

Debut cookbook by former resident hot off the grill

| September 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

Ali Slagle, author of many recipes for the New York Times and the Washington Post, recently wrote a new cookbook, “I Dream of Dinner (so you don’t have to).” Slagle started experimenting with food in high school. Growing up in Hancock Park with her mother and nonna busy in the kitchen, she attended Marlborough School […]

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Street improvements abound in the Larchmont area

Street improvements abound in the Larchmont area

| September 1, 2022 | 0 Comments

As many in the neighborhood have noticed, some streets are being repaved, or more officially, getting “asphalt slurry seal application.” If you live in the Hancock Park, Windsor Square or Larchmont Village area and haven’t gotten a notice from the city about this project, you soon will. Seeing work done on streets in good shape […]

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Archives from Assistance League inspire exhibit at Autry

Archives from Assistance League inspire exhibit at Autry

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

An online exhibit that honors the 100th anniversary of women winning the right to vote also tells the origin of modern-day thrift shops with the help of the extensive library of historic documents compiled by the Assistance League of Los Angeles (ALLA). Visit “What’s Her Story: Women in the Archives” online at the Autry Museum of […]

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Goldie’s ends its season with  a community summer kick-off

Goldie’s ends its season with a community summer kick-off

| June 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

Goldie’s Youth Sports (GSY) ended its season with a taco party that was the perfect summer kickoff for local girls and their families. The magical community–building evening, June 5, has been missed the last few years. Friends, teammates and families hung around the front lawn of St. Brendan School. The lawn was filled with picnickers […]

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Locals enjoy coffee with a cop at Peet’s

Locals enjoy coffee with a cop at Peet’s

| June 2, 2022 | 0 Comments

“With so much foot traffic on Larchmont Boulevard, it’s the perfect place to host Coffee with a Cop,” said LAPD Wilshire Division’s Senior Lead Officer (SLO) Dave Cordova. According to Cordova, who oversees Larchmont Boulevard as part of his beat, monthly Coffee with a Cop is an informal gathering where residents can get to know […]

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