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How to Keep Your News Year’s Resolutions on Larchmont

By Sheila Lane   The holiday season is a time to sit by the fireplace, knock back some egg nog and dream of the things we want to do to become better people. In other words, it’s a time for New Year’s resolutions. It’s easy to ponder the ways you’ll become stronger, smarter and kinder in the warm coziness of […]

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Festive Holiday Open House Planned for Small Business Saturday

Holiday shopping. Whether this is a phrase that makes you giddy with excitement or freeze in terror, a great way to kick off the holiday shopping season this year is the Holiday Open House on Larchmont Boulevard set for Small Business Saturday. Held on the Saturday after Thanksgiving—November 25th—the event will showcase the best that local businesses have to offer […]

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Finding Our Way To Larchmont: Episode 3

My wife Angelique Campen and I used to live in a modern three story house in Beachwood Canyon. It had big views and we hosted big parties. We loved it. Then we had twins.  Hunter and Paris were due in April of 2004 but arrived in December of 2003.  Most of that first year with them was lost in a […]

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Business Spotlight of the Month: Larchmont Village Wine, Spirits & Cheese

Family-owned and operated since 1995, Larchmont Wine, Spirits & Cheese is regarded as one of the best small wine retailers in the city. They are equally renowned for their gourmet sandwiches, made on baguettes and ciabatta breads and baked fresh daily. They offer a full deli service including artisan-made cheeses and meats from around the world, as well as imported […]

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A Day in the Life on Larchmont Boulevard

Any casual observer of Larchmont Boulevard can see that the street draws a wide variety of people to its sidewalks. But how does that flow of visitors play out over the course of a day? I decided to pick a date — Friday, September 15th — where I would pop in on the street at various times of the day […]

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Finding Our Way to Larchmont: Episode 2

My soon-to-be husband & I were introduced to Larchmont Village in 1993, by a real estate agent who didn’t really listen to our budget constraints.  Even though it was post-riots, and the real estate market was declining, there was no way we could afford the home she showed us in the 500 block of North Beachwood.  In tears as we […]

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Traveling Around the World on Larchmont

Summer may be over, but whether you took that vacation to a faraway land or not, tasting the offerings at some of the over twenty eateries on Larchmont Boulevard will make you feel like a jetsetter. First stop on your global tour is the Caribbean, courtesy of Prado. Javier Prado, the owner and chef, first made his mark on the […]

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