Gazette Ceases Publication: Donates Archives to LHS


In 2010, the Larchmont Gazette ceased publication. In 2011 the publishers donated all contents to the Larchmont Historical Society, which will continue to make the Gazette archives available online.



All inquiries should be addressed to the Larchmont Historical Society.


Five Friends Painting for 20 Years Yields LMC-TV Art Show

Shari Arts

When Shari Schwarz took the stage last month at the Emelin Theatre in Mamaroneck, partly it was to accept LMC-TV’s Best New Series award for her fledgling show, Shari’s Art …read more…

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Sky’s the Limit for Ambitious Artist Gerda Roze At 85

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At 85, Gerda Roze, from Mount Vernon, sent out persuasive press releases she wrote for her upcoming show at Mamaroneck Artists Guild. She just got a new computer and has …read more…

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Peter Kaplan Banks on iPad to Save Journalism

When The New York Times reported on March 1st that Condé Nast was creating five magazines in iPad format, one group in Larchmont had already heard the back story.

The …read more…

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Eerie and Magical at Kenise Barnes Fine Arts

On one of the few Palmer Avenue blocks that hasn’t been hit by vacancies, Kenise Barnes Fine Art pulled in a packed house on Saturday, February 27 for the opening …read more…

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David O'Leary, Irish Caddy Turned Tenor Aims High for St. Pat's

On March 15th, David O’Leary, an Irish tenor – and former Winged Foot Golf Club caddy – is making his official debut with “A St. Patrick’s Celebration Concert” at Merkin …read more…

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How Do You Raise Generation Text?

Michael Osit, PhD, arrived at Mamaroneck High School just in time on Thursday, January 21st, with advice from his book Generation Text: Raising Well-Adjusted Teens in an Age of Instant …read more…

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“Grand” Opening for Stanz Cafe: An All-New Brunch With an All-New Look

When Larchmont favorite Stanz resumes Sunday hours starting October 4th (after a no-Sundays summer), it will do so with some savory news: an expanded brunch menu and brand new feeling. …read more…

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How Sweet*Teez It Is: Hip Candy Shop Opens on Larchmont Ave

From 3:05 pm to closing time it’s rush hour at the new candy shop Sweet Teez on Larchmont Avenue, as the after-school crowd comes bursting through the door attracted by …read more…

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Stay-cation II: Five-Part Fun at Robert Moses State Park and Fire island

Longing to be at the ocean but not in the mood to laze on a beach all day? By driving a mere twenty minutes past Jones Beach to Robert Moses …read more…

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Stay-cation III: Turn Your Backyard Into a Fountained Getaway

If you’re home in Larchmont this August with no tickets to Europe, you can still get a snapshot of you in front of a fanciful fountain. It won’t be Trevi, …read more…

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Larchmont Artist’s Work to Hang in National Portrait Gallery

Larchmont artist Patricia Horing is to have a painting shown at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Her work is one of 49 finalists, out of 3,300 entries, …read more…

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Stay-cation: Larchmont to Jones Beach in Less Than an Hour

Larchmont living has a fantastic perk we tend to ignore: that the Atlantic Ocean is nearer (and much more affordable) to us than a Broadway show.

In under an hour …read more…

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