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Adapting has helped Maryvale thrive for last 164 years

Adapting has helped Maryvale thrive for last 164 years

| September 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

“Adapt and survive” could be one of 2020’s most-used catchphrases as people and organizations scrabble to figure out what works in a year crowded with a pandemic, economic crisis, and several other critical events. It also could be said to be the motto of Maryvale, Los Angeles’ oldest children’s charity as what began as an […]

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Taste of Larchmont officially cancelled this year

Taste of Larchmont officially cancelled this year

| June 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

Taste of Larchmont (TOL) was canceled officially last month after a meeting of the HopeNet board of trustees, announced Levi Webb, executive director of HopeNet. The vote was unanimous, continued Webb, who said that, while not a surprise, the vote was a difficult decision. “The board and I labored over this decision. We wanted to […]

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Commencement looks different this year; first graduating class for GALA

Commencement looks different this year; first graduating class for GALA

| June 3, 2020 | 0 Comments

Graduation is looking a little different for high school seniors this year. Many schools are hosting online events with an eye to having in-person celebrations or commencement ceremonies later on in the year. Some schools are trying different ways to make it special, such as yard signs announcing graduates, keepsake boxes, films celebrating the graduates […]

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Read e-books at libraries, Chevalier’s is delivering

Read e-books at libraries, Chevalier’s is delivering

| April 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Los Angeles Public Library has closed Central Library and all 72 branches, including our local John C. Fremont, Fairfax, Memorial and Wilshire branch libraries. While the library is closed, no late fines will be assessed for overdue items, and patrons can return materials when libraries reopen with no penalty. Librarians will remain available to provide […]

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See art, visit area museums, virtually

See art, visit area museums, virtually

| April 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

Just because museums are closed doesn’t mean patrons can’t still experience a stroll through them virtually, and from the comfort of their homes. Following are some of the virtual experiences that museums have lined up for their online visitors. The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures does not officially open until this coming December; however, pieces […]

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Payne garden tour will visit  Hancock Park this year

Payne garden tour will visit Hancock Park this year

| March 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

View more than 40 home gardens in public and private spaces, including one in Hancock Park, for the Theodore Payne Foundation’s Native Plant Garden Tour. The 17th annual home garden tour is Sat., March 28 and Sun., March 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.                   There […]

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