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Monday, April 14, 2014

News & Notes from East L.A., Glassell Park & Northeast L.A.

Wagon, Echo Park | Photo by Ryan Schude/Flickr

  • Court upholds city’s medical marijuana ordinance. L.A. Times
  • Councilman Reyes, who spearheaded city’s Arizona boycott, now wants to allow city officials to attend Phoenix conference. L.A. Now
  • Brewers converge on Glassell Park today for Beer Float Showdown. Squid Ink
  • Confusion over city service fees rattles Northeast L.A. gallery owners. Patch
  • You have seen her work,  now meet the East L.A. street artist known as Sand One. LAist
  • Note: New printmaking show at the Norton Simon Museum includes the work and a  vintage film clip of the late Paul Landacre who lived in Elysian Heights for more than 30 years.

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  1. Reyes needs to be relieved from all thinking duties.

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