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Daily Archives: December 21, 2011

Shopper & Diner Report

Atwater Village Farm, a grocery featuring farm-fresh produce,  opened last week after numerous delays, reports Squid Ink.  In addition to produce, the Glendale Boulevard store will sell  “pickles, jam, honey and olive oil; locally grown grains and nuts; and imports, such as beans and California cheeses.” Echo Park’s  Mohawk Bend, which opened this summer, is preparing for its first New ... Read More »

Highland Park mural house disappears under gold paint

The towering volcano and the colorful birds and flowers that once covered a Highland Park bungalow are now gone, covered under a layer of gold paint.  The images   – inspired by the Nicaraguan homeland of the former occupants – were painted on the Marmion Way home less than a year ago as part of a $10,000 U.S.-Mexico art and ... Read More »

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, East L.A., Echo Park & Mt. Washington

Figures On A Swing, Glassell  Park | Photo by Luis Blackaller/Flickr First Street Bridge hailed as an important cultural link during reopening ceremonies. L.A. Times Friends of Bryan Stow share account of his Dodger Stadium beating. L.A. Now Roaming dogs attack 50 pound poodle in Mt. Washington yard.  ASNC Alert City Terrace Park  Saybrook Park in East L.A. will be ... Read More »