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09/16/2021

Theatre recognized, but fight to save site continues
By Billy Taylor

From p. 4, Section 2, of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

The Fairfax Theatre was recently nominated to the National Register of Historic Places, but because the owner objects to the designation, the battle to preserve the 1929 theater continues.

The California State Historical Resources Commission (SHRC) voted unanimously July 30 to nominate the Fairfax Theatre to the National Register following a presentation by Steven Luftman. The building owner’s legal representation, Bill Delvac, argued at the meeting that the building no longer maintained integrity as a theater — but his assertion was not accepted by the Commission.

To read more about it, follow the link:

Housing solutions are on a fast track, says leader at PATHBy Talia AbrahamsonFrom p. 7 of the September 2021 Larchmont C...
09/15/2021
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Housing solutions are on a fast track, says leader at PATH
By Talia Abrahamson

From p. 7 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Housing-forward, person-centered solutions to homelessness have been Tessa Madden Storms’s work for the past decade.

Madden Storms, who lives in Windsor Village, is the senior director of philanthropy at PATH (People Assisting The Homeless) and the regional director of PATH Santa Barbara.

“Certainly, the geographical change of pace of going on up to Santa Barbara keeps me on my toes,” Madden Storms laughed.

In her two roles at PATH, she helps individuals experiencing homelessness in both Santa Barbara and greater California. Born in Wichita, Kansas, Madden Storms moved to California in order to attend USC, where she earned a bachelor of arts degree in political science, with minors in nonprofit and organizational management.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/housing-solutions-are-on-a-fast-track-says-leader-at-path/

In-person school returns; local parents opine on experiencesBy Caroline TracyFrom p. 10 of the September 2021 Larchmont ...
09/14/2021
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In-person school returns; local parents opine on experiences
By Caroline Tracy

From p. 10 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

After 17 months of remote or hybrid school, campuses across Los Angeles County have resumed in-person learning for the 2021 / 2022 calendar year. For many in our community, this is a welcome turn of events, but it does not come without concerns. The surge in COVID-19 cases (including breakthrough cases) spurred by the Delta variant has thrown many parents into a renewed state of caution. Here’s how a handful of locals (our neighbors) are feeling about the state of things right now:

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/in-person-school-returns-local-parents-opine-on-experiences/

Will sympathy bring success for Giorgio?By Helene SeiferFrom p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:“I need my m...
09/12/2021
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Will sympathy bring success for Giorgio?
By Helene Seifer

From p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

“I need my money,” insists Giorgio, the 56-year-old who visits Larchmont Boulevard daily with a shopping cart filled with his meager possessions. “It’s an obligation! According to the law!” he shouts, referring to some combination of unemployment, Social Security and disability compensation he says he used to get until he received an unsigned letter from a government official denying him further payments.

Giorgio tells a long saga about his government benefits, involving first being sent to a post office to collect his checks, then to the Social Security office, then to a payday advance store. About 18 months ago, Giorgio reports, he got that cessation of benefits letter and checks stopped coming.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/will-sympathy-bring-success-for-giorgio/

Ballerinas at Marat Daukayev dance for joy and in personBy Nona Sue FriedmanFrom p. 14 of the September 2021 Larchmont C...
09/11/2021
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Ballerinas at Marat Daukayev dance for joy and in person
By Nona Sue Friedman

From p. 14 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Happiness and happy feet are what the students at Marat Daukayev School of Ballet are feeling these days. After many months of practicing alone at home and only connecting with their ballet friends via Zoom, the dancers are finally back in person as of July.

Parents and dancers alike are “On cloud nine,” according to mom Kate Cury of La Brea Hancock, whose daughter Annabel, 12, attends the school. “It was incredible for my daughter to go from home to her chosen family,” says Ms. Cury.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/ballerinas-at-marat-daukayev-dance-for-joy-and-in-person/

Third time’s a charm for Sound of Music enthusiastBy Caroline TracyFrom p. 21 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:...
09/10/2021
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Third time’s a charm for Sound of Music enthusiast
By Caroline Tracy

From p. 21 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Brookside resident and Third Street Elementary fourth grader, Nikka Gueler, won first prize in the costume contest at this summer’s “Sing-A-Long Sound of Music” event at the Hollywood Bowl on Aug. 21. The winning costume was an interpretation of the movie’s protagonist, Maria, as a “problem to solve.”

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/third-times-a-charm-for-sound-of-music-enthusiast/

Home Ground: A splash of cold witch hazel: Raymond Chandler’s proseBy Paula PanichFrom p. 2, Section 2, of the September...
09/09/2021
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Home Ground: A splash of cold witch hazel: Raymond Chandler’s prose
By Paula Panich

From p. 2, Section 2, of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Raymond Chandler, who some people consider the best writer of detective novels in English, didn’t like that sort of hyperbole at all. He thought it was just “critics’ jargon,” this separating works of literature into this sort, or that sort.

But last week, bored and recovering from illness, I reached out to my shelf, and for no particular reason, “The Long Goodbye,” Chandler’s 1953 novel, came to hand. I began rereading:

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/a-splash-of-cold-witch-hazel-raymond-chandlers-prose/

Rossmore apartment project presented at a ‘town hall’By Billy TaylorFrom p. 3, Section 2, of the September 2021 Larchmon...
09/07/2021
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Rossmore apartment project presented at a ‘town hall’
By Billy Taylor

From p. 3, Section 2, of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

A neighborhood town hall meeting hosted by Atlanta-based developer Domos Coliving attracted more than 30 local residents last month to hear details of plans to renovate the apartment building at 410 N. Rossmore Ave.

National Public Radio’s Frances Anderton, host of the KCRW show “DnA: Design and Architecture,” was the event’s moderator. A panel of guest speakers included the project’s architect, Lorcan O’Herlihy, FAIA, Carlos Orozco with Morley Builders and Domos director of design and construction, Richard Loring. Domos Co-Founder Daniel Alexander was expected, but he had to cancel due to a family emergency. In his place, Jason Wright, a coliving resident at Hollywood’s Treehouse, was on hand to share his experience.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/rossmore-apartment-project-presented-at-a-town-hall/

On the Boulevard: Family Fair update, and changes afootBy Billy TaylorFrom p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicl...
09/06/2021
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On the Boulevard: Family Fair update, and changes afoot
By Billy Taylor

From p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

100 years!

Excitement mounts as our local community prepares to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Larchmont Boulevard shopping district. Special activities are planned for Sun., Oct. 24. More on that in a bit.

In the meantime, as has been happening for the past 100 years, there are changes afoot in the approximately 78 tenant spaces in the 24 commercial buildings comprising the original, one-block shopping district between First Street and Beverly Boulevard.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/on-the-boulevard-family-fair-update-and-changes-afoot/

Donate to HopeNet to help restaurants, and enjoy a meal, tooBy Rachel OlivierFrom p. 4 of the September 2021 Larchmont C...
09/05/2021
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Donate to HopeNet to help restaurants, and enjoy a meal, too
By Rachel Olivier

From p. 4 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Taste of Larchmont may be on pause (again) this year, but HopeNet’s executive director, Brandy Muñiz, wants everyone to know that he or she can help HopeNet while enjoying and supporting some of Larchmont’s eateries as well.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/donate-to-hopenet-to-help-restaurants-and-enjoy-a-meal-too/

Downward dogs, tranquility are back at Center for YogaBy Suzan FilipekFrom p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicl...
09/04/2021
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Downward dogs, tranquility are back at Center for Yoga
By Suzan Filipek

From p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

“It’s cathartic,” Center for Yoga manager Deb Anderson said of the studio’s re-opening Aug. 24 at 230 ½ N. Larchmont Blvd.

“It’s awesome to be able to re-envision the space and finish what I started … experimentation, new workshops and bringing more life and different styles of yoga.”

Anderson had to roll up her mat after only eight months on the job when the pandemic hit.

At the opening, the excitement was palatable among the crowd at the city’s longest continually running yoga studio. The center offers a wide variety of classes, ranging from beginning to advanced. Gentle yin, restorative and meditation are also on the menu.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/downward-dogs-tranquility-are-back-at-center-for-yoga/

Curtain is about to rise at the Academy Museum Sept. 30By Suzan FilipekFrom p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronic...
09/03/2021

Curtain is about to rise at the Academy Museum Sept. 30
By Suzan Filipek

From p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

When the curtain rises at the new six-story Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Thurs., Sept. 30, a classic film with live music will herald its opening. The first three months will feature special programming, and visitors will be able to dine at a restaurant inspired by Hollywood’s glory days.

Two screenings of the 1939 classic, “The Wizard of Oz,” will be accompanied by the American Youth Symphony to celebrate the opening of the new museum on Wilshire Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/curtain-is-about-to-rise-at-the-academy-museum-sept-30/

Curtain is about to rise at the Academy Museum Sept. 30
By Suzan Filipek

From p. 1 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

When the curtain rises at the new six-story Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Thurs., Sept. 30, a classic film with live music will herald its opening. The first three months will feature special programming, and visitors will be able to dine at a restaurant inspired by Hollywood’s glory days.

Two screenings of the 1939 classic, “The Wizard of Oz,” will be accompanied by the American Youth Symphony to celebrate the opening of the new museum on Wilshire Boulevard at Fairfax Avenue.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/curtain-is-about-to-rise-at-the-academy-museum-sept-30/

Fire alarm at Good Goose temporarily shuts down caféBy John WelborneFrom p. 3 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:...
09/02/2021
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Fire alarm at Good Goose temporarily shuts down café
By John Welborne

From p. 3 of the September 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Significant amounts of smoke, apparently from an overheated electric bicycle or scooter battery charging in a storage area of the Good Goose Café, 5210 Beverly Blvd., at around 5:15 p.m. on Wed., Aug. 25, led to a major turnout of Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) and Police Department responders.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/fire-alarm-at-good-goose-temporarily-shuts-down-cafe/

Our pets enjoy kisses, walks on Larchmont and dressing upBy Suzan FilipekFrom the July 2021 Larchmont Chronicle: We aske...
08/22/2021
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Our pets enjoy kisses, walks on Larchmont and dressing up
By Suzan Filipek

From the July 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

We asked neighbors to send photos of their best furry friends for our annual Pets of Larchmont issue. And they did not disappoint!

There’s Cowboy, a friendly Aussie-koolie, who’s “as cute as he is handsome,” and Rita, who is enjoying the good life after living on the streets of Mexico.

Sally, a yellow 1-year-old Labrador, likes to kiss her new Windsor Square neighbor, Holly, a ginger mini-goldendoodle who turns 2 this month.

To read more about it and see photos, follow the link: https://larchmontchronicle.com/our-pets-enjoy-kisses-walks-on-larchmont-and-dressing-up/

New parkway trees planted thanks to resident volunteersBy Billy TaylorFrom the June 2021 Larchmont Chronicle: The Larchm...
08/21/2021
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New parkway trees planted thanks to resident volunteers
By Billy Taylor

From the June 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

The Larchmont Trees Project was busy last month getting 16 new parkway trees planted in the neighborhood.

Larchmont resident Haines Wilkerson, the group’s coordinator, told the Chronicle that, during the pandemic, he had the necessary free time to reorganize the group of volunteers: “We got the band back together again!”

Months of planning came to fruition on May 22 when a truck full of trees arrived, ready to plant in the parkways along Lucerne, Rosewood and Clinton in the Larchmont Heights neighborhood.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/new-parkway-trees-planted-thanks-to-resident-volunteers/

Modern Art Collection has modern touches in its new homeBy Suzan FilipekFrom the July 2021 Larchmont Chronicle: An audio...
08/20/2021
Modern Art Collection has modern touches in its new home : Larchmont Chronicle

Modern Art Collection has modern touches in its new home
By Suzan Filipek

From the July 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

An audio tour that tells of a Picasso lover in his youth, and a 1920s ragtime piece, are both just a smartphone click away in the new home of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s permanent Modern Art Collection.

Walk past touchless doors to enter the light-filled, thoroughly modern galleries filled with 250 works of art on the top (third) level of the Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM) at LACMA. The exhibit, which opened June 13, is a sweeping historical tour beginning before World War 1.

Works by 200 artists are represented in the Frank Gehry-designed exhibit space. The works range from Matisse’s painting, “Tea” (1919), to bold mid-century pieces by Rothko and Po***ck. One room is dedicated to paintings and sculptures by Picasso.

To read more about it, follow the link:

https://larchmontchronicle.com/modern-art-collection-has-modern-touches-in-its-new-home/

On Preservation: 410 N. Rossmore and the design of additions to historic buildingsBy Brian CurranFrom the July 2021 Larc...
08/19/2021
On Preservation: 410 N. Rossmore and the design of additions to historic buildings : Larchmont Chronicle

On Preservation: 410 N. Rossmore and the design of additions to historic buildings
By Brian Curran

From the July 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

For a few months now, I have been watching with some interest the saga of 410 N. Rossmore Ave., the sturdy Art Deco stump which sits between the stately dowagers, the El Royale and Country Club Manor, just north of Beverly Boulevard. The proposed project has given rise to multiple news articles, acrimonious review committee meetings and inflamed community passions. It is one of those cases where multiple interests, and multiple issues, collide in a pitched battle over the future of an historic building.

To read more about it, follow the link: https://larchmontchronicle.com/on-preservation-410-n-rossmore-and-the-design-of-additions-to-historic-buildings/

The NIMBY Diaries: Homes end homelessness — we need to say ‘yes’ to new housingBy Marilyn WellsFrom the July 2021 Larchm...
08/18/2021
The Nimby Diaries: Homes end homelessness — we need to say ‘yes’ to new housing : Larchmont Chronicle

The NIMBY Diaries: Homes end homelessness — we need to say ‘yes’ to new housing
By Marilyn Wells

From the July 2021 Larchmont Chronicle:

Recent polling found 66% of California voters (54% of whom were Republicans) approve of a bill to amend the California Constitution to establish a fundamental human right to housing.

So, how is California doing — housing our residents?

To read more about it, follow the link: https://larchmontchronicle.com/the-nimby-diaries-homes-end-homelessness-we-need-to-say-yes-to-new-housing/

Recent polling found 66% of California voters (54% of whom were Republicans) approve of a bill to amend the California Constitution to establish a fundamental human right to housing.

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In Larchmont very important people need a lot of space.
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A basic stipend would free workers from starving or being held in economic servitude, making only enough to pay for enough food to be able to work another 40 hours. Business would have to bid for one’s labor instead of workers begging for a job! We can take back the dignity and value our labor should produce. We can boost the spending power of the poor and middle class and leave behind the failed and greedy policy of ‘trickle down’ economics which has damaged our economy and brought about the latest version of the Great Recession! Employers would benefit too. Not having to spend on unemployment or health insurance would save them money and allow them to pay better wages. Yep, we can do this if we only have the will. We can make this country live up to the promises articulated by President Roosevelt in his famous ‘Four Freedoms” speech, Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Fear and the last which always seems to be forgotten, Freedom from want! We have the power and wealth to accomplish the last of these. The mechanics are in place. The tools are available to us. Let us make a better country and thereby a better world by finishing the work set out for us by President Roosevelt some 76 years ago. Democrats can win but not with the same old mid-center or center-left policies and platform. They must offer us an economy and a vision that really works for us all, brings us together and moves the Country and its people forward to a bright future that includes all our citizens!
Interesting group thats helping our with homeless in the neighborhood.
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Thanks for your informative and thoughtful article on the power outages in Windsor Square, I've added my name to the petition!!!
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Found keys to Harley on Sunday around 5:20pm on Bronson Avenue.
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