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Nasa Hataoka wins LPGA tournament at Wilshire Country Club

Nasa Hataoka wins LPGA tournament at Wilshire Country Club

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

The last time Wilshire Country Club allowed spectators to attend the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) tournament was three years ago, in 2019. The impact of COVID-19 was very much felt: the tournament was cancelled in 2020. In 2021, it returned but was closed to everyone but the press. Not this year. The LPGA’s Dio […]

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Notarile’s commute takes him to galaxies far, far away

Notarile’s commute takes him to galaxies far, far away

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Talk about a commute: For the last five years, cinematographer Crescenzo Notarile of Windsor Square has been working in the 32nd century. Or perhaps the 25th century. It all depends on which iteration of the Paramount+ Star Trek television series he happens to be shooting. How does Notarile, a 34-year resident of Beachwood Drive, feel […]

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‘English ‘Anatomy’ and ‘Scandal;’ slam-bang bank heist

‘English ‘Anatomy’ and ‘Scandal;’ slam-bang bank heist

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Anatomy of a Scandal (10/10): Six one-hour episodes. TV-MA. I prefer to read a good book before I see a good film. Alas, I did not read this book (by Sarah Vaughn), but this is a series I could not turn off. Sienna Miller gives a boffo performance as the wife of a British MP, […]

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Larchmontians getting out and about even more — on both coasts

Larchmontians getting out and about even more — on both coasts

| April 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

As COVID-19 fades into history (we hope), there is further evidence of local denizens starting to get “out and about.” After a couple of years of lackluster Easter plans, due to the global pandemic, two local families got the chance to attend the White House Easter Egg Roll in Washington, D.C. last month. The Tracy-Paley […]

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Fairy tale retold in London’s Blitz harkens modern war

Fairy tale retold in London’s Blitz harkens modern war

| March 31, 2022 | 0 Comments

A goose. Orange jumpsuits. Mirrors and whips. A shroud and cross. Images signify meaning, but context can often change how signs are read. Let me start with the goose. Rapunzel Alone is a reworking of the Grimm Brothers’ tale. Opening at the 24th Street Theatre, the play moved to the Wallis for a brief run, […]

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Summer camp by lake is as awe-inspiring as it was in 1946

Summer camp by lake is as awe-inspiring as it was in 1946

| March 31, 2022 | 0 Comments

Skylake Yosemite Camp looks divine — on its website. It’s probably not so picture-perfect in real life, I thought. And then I met a camp alumna. “It is my spiritual homeland. I’d probably still work there if I could. It’s a spectacular, spectacular place,” said Windsor Square resident Kate Adler. Adler spent eight blissful summers […]

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