Daily Archives: June 2, 2016

Bike polo, anyone?

ECHO PARK -- If Melody Brocious invites you to play polo, expect to ride a bike, not a horse. The 30-year-old Echo Park resident is a bike polo player. After moving to Los Angeles, Brocious, an avid cyclist, sought out other bicyclists to ride with,” said Brocious. “One of the riders she met was a bike polo player who invited her to check out a match. Read More »

Anti-development group re-launches petition drive; the significance of Silver Lake’s Mattachine Steps

MORNING REPORT: A group seeking more restrictions and a moratorium on major real estate projects gathered in Elysian Valley to re-launch a petition drive to get the measure on next year's March ballot .... The Mattachine Steps, which were declared a city historic landmark in 2012, honors one-time Silver Lake resident Harry Hay and other pionerers of the gay rights movement .... A 27-year-old man was arrested for allegedly beating his mother with a hammer while she slept in her East L.A. home Read More »

Just Listed: Silver Lake Alert!

Silver Lake alert!!! Perched on an elevated parcel and tucked away off the beaten path, this 1939 traditional is the one you’ve been waiting for. Greet visitors on the front sitting porch and invite them in to experience all the charm and character this three-bed, two-bath home has to offer. Read More »