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Daily Archives: August 8, 2012

Echo Park cat owner wants neighbors to watch out for coyotes

Maceo was a seven-year-old black cat that preferred to stay outdoors, said his owner, Gabriel Roger of Echo Park.  But, like many outdoor cats, Maceo, named after  a Jane’s Addition B-side track, was vulnerable to many risks, including coyotes. This morning,  Roger’s landlord discovered Maceo’s remains ... Read More »

Around The Eastsider

News and items from other parts of the blog and beyond: Yes, that was another 4.5 earthquake. L.A. Now Echo Park cat owner wants neighbors to watch out for coyotes. Eastside 911 Read More »

Eastside Property: Got less than $200,000 to spend? Maybe it’s time to go condo

With investors scooping up Highland Park properties for their next house flip and Echo Park cottages selling for $605,000 in cash, what’s a first-time home buyer on a budget to do? Condos often serve as a lower-priced alternative to single-family homes but finding an Eastside unit ... Read More »

Signs of change in Echo Park

La Popular, a long time Echo Park furniture store formerly known as Stone Bros., closed up last year. But the  large turquoise and lavendar La Popular sign remained above the Sunset Boulevard store front—until Tuesday. That’s when a crew of workers dismantled the metal sign – ... Read More »

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Echo Park, El Sereno & Glassell Park

Old School Street Sign, Silver Lake | Photo by Roy Randall/Flickr Did you feel it? 4.4 quake hits Yorba Linda. L.A. Now Recreation & Parks Department said it will look for ways to keep municipal pools open beyond Aug. 14. Daily News Police ask for public’s ... Read More »