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Rabbi returns to her roots at Temple Israel of Hollywood

Rabbi returns to her roots at Temple Israel of Hollywood

| October 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

  When young Mari Chernow, freshly graduated from rabbinical school at Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles, left in 2003 to take up a position at Temple Chai in Phoenix, she only planned on staying there a couple of years. Eighteen years later, the Southern California native has returned home with her wife Kara and […]

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Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

| October 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Historic Rossmore I am the grandson of the original builder / developer, Harry Feigenbaum, who successfully built the Ravenswood Apartments prior to the project at 410 N. Rossmore [“Rossmore apartment project presented at a ‘town hall,’” October, 2021.] He owned the property free and clear and operated the Ravenswood. Never being satisfied to sit back […]

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Youth Soccer returns to Fairfax for practice, games

Youth Soccer returns to Fairfax for practice, games

| September 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

A local chapter of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) is officially up and running. For AYSO Region 78, practice and (notably) games commenced in mid-September at Fairfax High School. While a smaller operation took place last fall with practices only, the full-scale opening is a welcome affair for many young players in our area. […]

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Remembering ‘Chronicle’ historian and his wife and daughter

Remembering ‘Chronicle’ historian and his wife and daughter

| September 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Artist and historian Harry Muir Kurtzworth (1887-1979), whose sketches created for the Larchmont Chronicle are featured in Section One of this issue, is back in the news — the California Art Club Newsletter, to be exact. “It’s very exciting that my grandfather is still very, very popular on Larchmont, and in the Chronicle,” Kurtzworth’s granddaughter, […]

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Kazor, 81, led creation of the Wilton Historic District

Kazor, 81, led creation of the Wilton Historic District

| September 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Preservationist and Wilton Place resident Virginia “Ginny” Ernst Kazor died Sept. 8 from complications of Parkinson’s disease. She was 81. She came to local and national prominence by halting a proposed highway through her neighborhood. If approved, the plan, proposed in 1972, would have wiped out six homes on Wilton Place’s signature curvy road. Kazor’s […]

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Irwin Ira Gilman 1932 — 2021

Irwin Ira Gilman 1932 — 2021

| September 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Irwin Ira Gilman, husband of former Larchmont Chronicle publisher Jane Gilman, died September 26 of natural causes. He was 89. Born in New York City in 1932, he graduated from the University of Denver and served in the US Army. A Certified Public Accountant, he was a partner in Henig & Gilman and later had […]

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