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Elysian Heights Architectural Open This Weekend

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2115 Park Drive. Distinctive custom residence on Elysian Heights’ premier street. Designed by noted local architect Barton Choy and completed in 2002, it has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a large loft that could function as an additional bedroom or home office and exploits majestic views from ... Read More »

Highland Park California Bungalow Now Available

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This charming California bungalow is in the stylish north of York Blvd area of Highland Park and a short walk to shops and restaurants. There are two bedrooms plus a light filled office with a closet as well as a finished garage plus driveway parking. The ... Read More »

Fatal shooting in El Sereno; man moves into Echo Park as his uncle is gentrified out

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MORNING REPORT: Police are investigating the shooting death of an approximately 30-year-old man in El Sereno near Haven and Ithaca streets .... A man returns to Echo Park to find that he is part of the gentrification that is pushing his uncle out of the neighborhood .... Got photos to share? Join The Eastsider Photo Pool or tag your Instagram photos with #eastsiderla or send them via email to [email protected] Read More »

Think Outside The Box: Interior design ideas for new Eastside homes

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Multi-unit housing complexes are popping up all over the Eastside, with smaller, vertical spaces signaling a radical departure from the conventional floor plans found in typical Craftsman bungalows or Mid Century Modern homes found across the area. Some of the new homes that have been built are only 15-feet wide. Designing for and living in these small units requires not only a scaled-down mind-set for both owner and designer but also opportunities to discover new meanings for what a home is all about. Read More »

Gentrified out of the Highland Park Swap Mall; a klezmer band rooted in City Terrace; Boyle Heights native appointed to East L.A. Planning Commission

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MORNING REPORT: What happened to the tenants of the Highland Park Swap Mall and Highland Hotel? .... An L.A. klezmer band with roots in City Terrace .... Patricia Alarcon, a Boyle Heights native who heads a government relations and fundraising firm, has been appointed to serve on the city's East Los Angeles Area Planning Commission. Read More »

Taco Fest says adios to Boyle Heights; Silver Lake’s The Kitchen and Sqirl Kitchen makes the lists; Eagle Rock Jollibee reopens

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Boyle Heights is no longer home to the L.A. Taco Festival, Boyle Heights Beat reports. The free annual fundraiser for the nonprofit that helps homeless youth, Jóvenes, Inc., originally sprouted four years ago in and around Mariachi Plaza. This year, event organizers headed to downtown Los Angeles’ Grand Park to accommodate the anticipated increase of taco enthusiasts coming to the taco fest. Read More »

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