Julie Grist

Julie co-founded the Larchmont Buzz with fellow buzzer Mary Hawley in 2011 and served as Editor, Publisher and writer for the hive for many years until the sale of the Buzz in August 2015. She is still circling the hive as an occasional writer.

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Ellary Eddy Looks at Life Over 50 in Realize Magazine

Ellary Eddy Looks at Life Over 50 in Realize Magazine

| January 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ellary Eddy is not quietly sailing into the sunset of old(er) age. She’s grabbing the tiller and steering the “over 50″ crowd into celebrating their wit and wisdom through an online lifestyle publication Realize Magazine. “My goal with Realize is to encourage our generation to re-identify, to re-connect with the sass, the energy and the […]

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Bikie Girl Bloomers: Functional Fashion for the Urban Cyclist

Bikie Girl Bloomers: Functional Fashion for the Urban Cyclist

| November 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Karen Canady bikes three miles to her work on Wilshire Blvd as a patent attorney, even though her office is actually only a mile from her home in Country Club Park. Canady takes a circuitous route through Windsor Square to put on the extra miles, get her heart rate going, enjoy the beautiful streetscapes, and […]

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Windsor Village Communes at Block Party

Windsor Village Communes at Block Party

| November 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

The 900 block of South Windsor Blvd was closed off on Sunday, November 8th for a community gathering hosted by the Windsor Village Association. Over 200 people from the community gathered on the street to chat with one another, try some “Bollywood” dancing and let their children roam on the wide pedestrian-friendly street that was […]

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New Water-Wise Garden Fits English Tudor’s Roots

New Water-Wise Garden Fits English Tudor’s Roots

| November 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Windsor Village resident Holly Holyk decided she wanted to transform the green grass of her front yard into something more sustainable in the drought, but knew she needed help from a seasoned landscaper to make it feel right for her 1920s-era historic English Revival/Tudor home. She turned to Judy Horton, a seasoned garden designer and […]

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Lawn Be Gone: Make Way for Pollinators & Bocce Ball

Lawn Be Gone: Make Way for Pollinators & Bocce Ball

| October 23, 2015 | 2 Comments

We’ve always loved our front yard – two patches of green lawn embracing a front walkway, shaded by a purple Jacaranda tree. We sit out on the sunny front porch on weekend mornings with coffee and chat with neighbors strolling by, our dog lying on the grass, king of his turf. Often we’d pop poles […]

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Garret & Garage Owners at Home in Paul Williams Cottage

Garret & Garage Owners at Home in Paul Williams Cottage

| October 10, 2015 | 3 Comments

Ever wonder what’s behind those garage doors, or just beyond that front door that beckons so warmly as you stroll thought the neighborhood? We had an opportunity to go inside one of those doors to a quiet home home tucked in the east side of Windsor Square – and found the owners of Garret & […]

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