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Daily Archives: October 13, 2011

Eastside Property: When an “Emotional Spanish” home is simply not enough

When it comes to Los Angeles housing styles, apparently there is nothing that pulls the heart-strings of  buyers like a Spanish-Colonial home. How else to explain the term “emotional Spanish,” which sometimes pops up in real estate listings.  But a  newly listed Silver Lake Spanish-Colonial is not just an “emotional Spanish” it is an “emotional charming Spanish.”  The embellishment might ... Read More »

Will Glassell Park develop a taste for Jamie Oliver’s Revolution Burger?

By Valentina Silva I remember when international healthy food crusader Jamie Oliver introduced his Revolution Burger at Patra’s Charbroiled Burgers in Glassell Park earlier this year. Its grass-fed beef and wheat bun caused a bit of a brouhaha in the food world, angering some people in a “where-does-this-Brit-get-off-telling-us-Americans-how-to-eat-a-burger” kind of way. Just check out the comments on a Serious Eats ... Read More »

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Sales & Specials Gobi Mongolian BBQ:  LA Beer Week kicks off October 14 – 15 , 5 p.m. to close.  Special beer flight including a taste of your favorite brew on tap and beer-flavored gelatos for $5! “Taster” beer float for $3.50 with madagascar vanilla bean gelato topped with Cream Ale or Duvel. El Tres Inn: “Locals” 10% off when ... Read More »

News & Notes from Echo Park, Glassell Park & Highland Park

Lincoln Heights | Photo by ABCNT/Flickr Plastic bag ban picks up support at City Hall. Daily News Echo Park salon provides makeovers for job seekers. Echo Park Now Second Highland Park school warns parents of man exposing himself near campus. Patch Former Glassell Park business group  launches new Northeast L.A. Gateway Chamber of Commerce. NELA Gateway Volunteers needed for Edendale ... Read More »