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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

News & Notes from Cypress Park, Echo Park, Glassell Park & Silver Lake

  • The final carry out from Echo Park’s Pioneer Chicken. The Eastsider
  • Will the city paint out graffiti sooner if you use the Garcetti iPhone app? Council District 13
  • Rapes reported in Echo Park on Bellevue Avenue and in Glassell Park on Marguerite Street. Everyblock.com
  • Power play: Mayor threatens to shut down city agencies after failing to get DWP rate increase. LA Times
  • Back in business: Meeting held tonight to start a Cypress Park Chamber of Commerce. Council District 1
  • LAUSD backs off plan to prevent most students from enrolling in neighboring school districts. Daily News
  • Silver Lake architect Dion Neutra scores a legal victory to save his father’s work on Gettysburg battlefield. Philadelphia Inquirer (h/t Culture Monster)
  • Echo Park band puts the accordion on center stage. West Coast Sound


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