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.

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LMC-TV Award Goes to Assemblyman Latimer: May 17

LMC-TV, the public access television station serving Larchmont, Mamaroneck and Rye Neck, is honoring NYS Assemblyman George Latimer at its Twentieth Annual Award Night, Monday, May 17 at 7 pm at the Emelin Theater in Mamaroneck. The evening will be hosted by Mamaroneck Village resident Vincent Graziano, author of the recent novel Die Laughing and owner of Coxe & Graziano Funeral Home in Mamaroneck.

New York State Assemblyman George Latimer will receive LMC-TV's community award on May 17.

Assemblyman Latimer will receive the Mary Anne Sullivan Award For Overall Achievement in Community Television. An avid viewer and follower of LMC-TV, Assemblyman Latimer has appeared, hosted or otherwise participated in over 167 shows on LMC-TV since 1999. These include shows by the Mamaroneck Historical Society, Poetry Moments, A Town and Village Two, Community Connections, LMC News and, of course, Assembly Update.

“I’m honored to be there with LMC-TV who plays such a vital role in the Larchmont – Mamaroneck community,” said Assemblyman Latimer.

The Mary Anne Sullivan Award is named for an LMC-TV founding member whose outstanding contributions to community television helped make the station possible. Among the previous recipients of the award are: The League of Women Voters (2008), NYS Senator Suzi Oppenheimer (2007), and The Hispanic Resource Center (2006).

The Award Night, LMC-TV’s local version of the Academy Awards, will also feature awards for Volunteer of the Year, Best Single Show, Best Series, Best Student Show and others.

The emcee of the festivities, Mr. Graziano, reports that his debut novel,  Die Laughing, has nearly sold out on The comic novel’s protagonist, Frankie Grace, is a third generation undertaker who wants to be a stand-up comedian. When asked if the novel is autobiographical, Mr. Graziano admitted, “I was foolish enough to think I could be a stand up comic.” After he appearing on LMC-TV’s Know Your Neighbor, produced by Sunny Goldberg, the station decided to give Mr. Graziano a chance to host its award night.

LMC-TV Board Chairman Michael Charles presenting the 2008 Mary Anne Sullivan Award to representatives of the Larchmont-Mamaroneck League of Women Voters (l-r) Elizabeth Radow, Alice Bloom, Christie McEvoy Derrico.

“LMC-TV is all about community and people’s dreams,” said Erik Lewis, LMC-TV’s executive director. “George Latimer has been a great supporter of our community and its television station from day one and it’s great to recognize him for that.”

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