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March 3 Super Tuesday elections: New procedures, new voters

March 3 Super Tuesday elections: New procedures, new voters

| December 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Every four years there is a new batch of teenagers eligible to vote in the local and primary elections. But on March 3, all voters in Los Angeles County will be approaching new ballot boxes for the first time. They will be voting in local and primary elections. The Voting Solutions for All People (VSAP) […]

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Magic, mystery and Yale in Bardugo’s new book, TV series

Magic, mystery and Yale in Bardugo’s new book, TV series

| October 31, 2019 | 0 Comments

On the heels of the release of Leigh Bardugo’s first adult novel, “Ninth House,” Amazon Studios announced that it plans to develop the book as a TV series. Bardugo grew up in Windsor Square and attended Marlborough School. Her publisher, Flatiron Books (part of MacMillan), released the book last month. Set in an alternate reality […]

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Dean, professor, director of law library among speakers

Dean, professor, director of law library among speakers

| May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

USC history and accounting professor Jacob Soll and associate dean and director of the law library at Gould School of Law Pauline Aranas are two of the speakers addressing graduating seniors this month. Valedictorians, salutatorians, school heads and special presentations from senior classes are included in some of the other local ceremonies. Priscilla Sands, head […]

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Local graduates reveal their choices for college

Local graduates reveal their choices for college

| May 30, 2019 | 0 Comments

Off to Washington, D.C. to study government Larchmont Charter senior Annabella Hoge grew up in the neighborhood. She is a Larchmont Charter “lifer” and played in local AYSO softball leagues as a kid. “I’ve been lucky to have lived in Larchmont my entire life,” said Hoge. When asked about her senior year, Hoge said, “It […]

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Metro tunnel boring machines unveiled

Metro tunnel boring machines unveiled

| May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

Youth was well represented at Metro’s unveiling of artwork that disclosed the winning names for the two tunnel boring machines (TBMs) that will drill the Purple Line Extension through Greater Wilshire and Miracle Mile. Third grader Lauren Park, from La Cañada, designed winning poster art that will be placed on the twin TBMs that will […]

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Local high school graduates reveal their choices for college

Local high school graduates reveal their choices for college

| May 31, 2018 | 1 Comment

Community college offers local opportunities Fairfax High School senior Lily Larsen is a fifth-generation Angeleno with deep roots in the neighborhood. So when it came time to consider colleges, she decided to stay close to home. “Larchmont has been a part of my family for decades,” Larsen proudly explains. Since the 1940s, Lily’s family, the […]

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