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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bomber and blimp join Dodger fans during opening day

While the streets around Dodger Stadium were jammed with opening day traffic this afternoon, the skies above also attracted some game-day visitors. Martha Benedict snapped these photos from Montecito Heights, where residents caught sight of the wedged-shape B-2 Bomber that swept over the stadium shortly before ... Read More »

Eastside Mix: Baseball Project swings through Echo Park

The Baseball Project peforms at The Echo tonight By Alfred Montez If you couldn’t get tickets to today’s Dodger season opening game, how about a rock show all about our national pastime? Tonight,  The Baseball Project will be performing down the road from Dodger Stadium at ... Read More »

The sounds of Dodger Stadium opening day *

Brass bands-for-hire playing to a Latin-Polka beat competed with DJs and thumping sound-systems in Elysian Park this afternoon  as they performed before crowds celebrating ahead of the season opener at Dodger Stadium . Unlike previous years, today’s opening game begins later in the afternoon, at 5 ... Read More »

Councilman declares opposition to Boyle Heights project

Councilman José Huizar this morning said a $2 billion proposal to redevelop the Wyvernwood Garden Apartments in Boyle Heights would force many of the existing 6,000 residents to leave “the only home they have ever known.”  In announcing his opposition, Huizar said the plans by the ... Read More »

Sponsored Post: Silver Lake center focuses on child & family development

The Eastsider would like to welcome Wallaby family development as an advertising sponsor.  Here is more about Wallaby: Wallaby family development center in Silver Lake offers a variety of services for children 0-3 and their parents, including play-based parent & me classes, a unique parent education, ... Read More »

Will Glassell Park developer turn a pit into a goldmine?

It’s been more than two years now that construction came to a halt on a 114-unit condominium project in Glassell Park, leaving a giant pit filled with weeds, water and rusting steel columns.  But, in a few months, this hole wedged between Eagle Rock Boulevard and ... Read More »

News & Notes from Atwater, Boyle Heights, Echo Park, Lincoln Heights & Solano Canyon

Wall unit air conditioner, Glassell Park | Photo by Laurie Avocado/Flickr Dodger fans, traffic and military jets to descend on Echo Park & Solano Canyon for opening day game. Echo Park Now Councilman Huizar to announce position on Boyle Heights Wyvernwood apartments. Council District 14 Lincoln ... Read More »

Not happy with your neighborhood school?

By Becky Koppenhaver Many of the Echo Park parents who were disappointed when L.A. Unified selected a charter school to operate a new neighborhood campus now have to decide where to send their kids. Most of those parents have ruled out enrolling their children at the ... Read More »

Dancing fountains to take center stage

City officials are scheduled to gather later today at a noisy Cypress Park intersection to dedicate an approximately $800,000 computer-controlled fountain and plaza. The fountain, which The Eastsider reported on last November, at  Figueroa Street and San Fernando Road is part of the the first phase ... Read More »

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Echo Park, Highland Park & Silver Lake

Cougar on a  foggy morning, Elysian Heights | Photo by J. Nordberg/Flickr Police apprehend three men in Monday night crime spree that began in Silver Lake and ended in Echo Park. ABC7 Police apprehend Highland Park shooting suspect. The Eastsider & Patch Opening Soon: Silver Lake ... Read More »