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Daily Archives: June 9, 2011

Eastside Mix: White Arrows & Milo Greene play Echo Park

By Alfred Montez Tonight,  June 9, The Echo will host The Rumble LA, featuring two local favorites, The White Arrows, and Milo Greene.  Milo Greene is a mellow rock band, soft, with a rocking approach to the tunes.  The interplay between the lead vocals, and the harmonies they spark are sharp and catchy.  The White Arrows will be supporting, playing ... Read More »

Elysian Heights school program mixes art, improvisation & fun

By Becky Koppenhaver The overriding principles behind Oscar Arce’s after-school arts program at Elysian Heights Elementary School are fairly simple:  A student can do no wrong,  anything goes and improvisation rules. It’s a philosophy that Arce believes gives his students from Echo Park and Elysian Heights a chance to show their true artistic aspirations, without getting weighed down by formalities. ... Read More »

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The cost of living on the Echo Park – Silver Lake border

Two recent real estate sales along the border of Echo Park and Silver Lake near Sunset Boulevard show that old bungalows are still in demand but some price cuts are in order.  On the south side of Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake, a two-bedroom, 121-year-old bungalow at 805 Coronado Terrace fetched $695,000 late last month after its price was cut ... Read More »