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Daily Archives: April 17, 2012

DWP board votes to cover up Elysian Park reservoir

Advocates of Elysian Park and their allies have waged a 25-year-long battle against a plan to cover up the nearly century-old Elysian Reservoir with a metal or rubber cover. Today, they lost that battle.  The L.A. Department of Water and Power commissioners voted in favor of ... Read More »

Silver Lake diner makes room for fine-dining pop up

By Valentina Silva Millie’s has gone fine dining. Well, sort of. Alma, a pop-up concept by Chef Ari Taymor and Front-of-the-House manager Dinelle Lucchesi, has taken over the Silver Lake diner after hours on Thursday through Sunday. My advice: go. For $55, you get around six ... Read More »

Silver Lake as salad bowl

The first step in making a Silver Lake Salad requires that you actually step outside and stroll through the neighborhood.  That’s how Emily Ho and Gregory Han started when they went foraging for salad fixings – including nasturtiums, nopales, wild fennel and lemons- in the empty ... Read More »

Echo Park stops for Al Pacino

Motorists driving down Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park this morning might be forced to come to an abrupt stop for a few moments  as a movie starring Al Pacino and Christopher Walken is being shot at the Brite Spot restaurant. While Echo Park residents are accustomed ... Read More »

News & Notes from Atwater, Echo Park & Silver Lake

Real estate developers prepare to play at Dodger Stadium  L.A. Times Surf Silver Lake. Patch Atwater Village Neighborhood Council reaffirms funding for event outside of the neighborhood. CityWatch Echo Park’s new animal themed mural.  Echo Park Cool New York Times pays a visit to Echo Park’s ... Read More »