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Daily Archives: November 16, 2012

Sister Aimee musical fails to inspire New York critics

The story of evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson, who founded Angelus Temple in Echo Park, has captivated many people.  But New York theater critics are harder to please.  The Thursday night opening of “Scandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson” on Broadway met with some ... Read More »

The Eastside’s shrinking breadbasket

Along with the sounds of rumbling freight trains, the air of  Elysian Valley, Cypress Park and Glassell Park was also once filled with the aroma of freshly baked bread.  Workers streamed into the Dutch style Van De Kamps bakery in Glassell Park, Foix Bakery in Cypress ... Read More »

Eastside Shopper & Diner Report

Before You Get Malled: The Atwater Village Chamber of Commerce wants to remind those post-Thanksgiving shoppers that are several blocks of neighborhood stores ready to serve them between Black Friday and Cyber Monday. More details about Shop Atwater First New Cafe Brewing: Golden Road Brewery in ... Read More »

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.Come see this remodeled Super Cute Cottage in Silver Lake Open this Sunday from 1-4pm. Private, quiet, hardwood, patio, original details – a great condo alternative with privacy and style. Close to everything happening in Silver Lake. Offered by The Lightfoots, 213-700-4438. Read More »

News & Notes From East L.A., El Sereno & Lincoln Heights

Former Lincoln Heights department store distribution center converted into new Forever 21 headquarters.  L.A. Observed Cal State L.A. awarded $2.4 million for nursing scholarships. KPCC CVS gets permission to hang signs on exterior of former East L.A. movie palace and national historic landmark. EGP News The ... Read More »