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Music supporter, neighborhood champion Toby Horn

Music supporter, neighborhood champion Toby Horn

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Toby Horn is touched and amazed that she was selected to be a “Woman of Larchmont,” because she doesn’t think she’s especially remarkable. “My life is just my life,” she explains. Of course, that’s only partially true; Horn gives more than she admits. From her involvement in the Los Angeles Conservancy to bringing music to […]

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She recruited women firefighters, fought gun violence

She recruited women firefighters, fought gun violence

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

Back in the 1950s and ’60s, Ann Reiss Lane was a homemaker like most women of that era. But unlike most of her contemporaries, Lane was also an activist. Her list of accomplishments would grow over the years and has included co-founding the group Women Against Gun Violence (WAGV) with feminist Betty Friedan. The two […]

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Bowers fosters connection with her community

Bowers fosters connection with her community

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

A Chicago native, Stacey V. Bowers met her husband at the University of Chicago Law School, and they originally settled on her turf in the Windy City. One December, 26 years ago, they returned to the frigid midwestern weather from a visit to her husband’s family in Hancock Park, and it occurred to her that […]

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Diana Buckhantz is working for a better world

Diana Buckhantz is working for a better world

| July 28, 2022 | 0 Comments

With yoga-strong arms and a ready smile, Diana Buckhantz is a Larchmont woman who has been working for decades to make a difference in the world. Growing up in New York as a shy but smart self-described goody-goody, she probably couldn’t have foreseen the many paths her life would take. Young Diana dreamed of being […]

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Locally, furry and feathered friends warm our hearts and souls

Locally, furry and feathered friends warm our hearts and souls

| June 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

This year’s Pets of Larchmont feature includes (among many others) a French bulldog in recovery from paralysis who hobbles to classes at Center for Yoga. Then, there’s an Akita-Jindo mix who enjoys dinner parties at Vernetti. He’s aptly named Kodak by his cinematographer pop. Star-struck Afi ventures out of Larchmont to see his favorite idol’s […]

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Number of teens with summer jobs increases in 2022

Number of teens with summer jobs increases in 2022

| June 30, 2022 | 0 Comments

What started as training her family friend’s dog became a summer job and a hobby for Lior Ronen, a junior at Marlborough School. Inspired by her love for dogs, Ronen began to train puppies during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, because of her busy schedule upon returning to school inperson for the 2021-2022 school year, Ronen […]

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