SERENITY BROKEN—In 2015, a family in the Three Springs neighborhood of Westlake Village began finding anonymous notes at their home directed at their two youngest daughters, who were 15 and 17 at the time. RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers
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Families did all sorts of things to pass the time during the first months of the coronavirus lockdowns: played board games, studied genealogy, learned how to make new recipes, posted choreographed dance videos on TikTok.
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