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Daily Archives: December 10, 2010

Save the Date: Weekend Edition

With Christmas Eve two weeks away, it should be no surprise that this weekend is packed with holiday parades, events and sales. Tonight, Glassell Park lights up its Christmas Tree and on Saturday morning the Echo Park Community Parade makes its way down Sunset Boulevard. The ... Read More »

Eastside’s best kept burger secret is hiding at the bar at Silver Lake’s Cafe Stella

By Valentina Silva If there’s one thing to be proud of as an Angeleno, it’s our burger heritage. Let the New Yorkers and Chicagoans ridicule our pizza. We can take it because neither can touch the prevalence of good burgers in L.A. Not even close. You ... Read More »

Who needs snow to build a snowman when a tumbleweed will do?

Get the flash player here: http://www.adobe.com/flashplayer In colder parts of the country, making a snowman most likely does not require pruning shears, wire, spray paint and tumbleweeds. But this is sunny Elysian Park, where this morning volunteers from Echo Park and Solano Canyon gathered to assemble ... Read More »

News & Notes from Angeleno Heights, Boyle Heights, Echo Park, Northeast L.A. & Silver Lake

Virgen de Guadalupe overlooking Velasco Street, Boyle Heights | Photo by Aurelio José Barrera Trading & barter post opens in Angeleno Heights for the holidays. The Cantry Does it matter? Council District 14 candidate Rudy Martinez loses an LAPD badge he wasn’t supposed to have in ... Read More »