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80-year-old Lincoln Heights man goes missing; East L.A. bank founder dies; a tour of Silver Lake – “L.A.’s most tragically hip neighborhood”

Missing: The LAPD is asking the public to help find an 80-year-old-man suffering from dementia who was last seen in the 4300 block of Latona Avenue in Lincoln Heights. LAPD

Boxer:  Olympic gold boxing champion Paul Gonzales plead not guilty to eight felony counts of lewd conduct with a 13-year-old girl he met at an East L.A. recreation center where he worked as a boxing coach. ABC7

Tragic:  G.Q. goes to Silver Lake to tour some of the new restaurants and shops in L.A.’s “most tragically hip” and “chillest” neighborhood. What? They haven’t been to Highland Park?

Banks & Burritos: Former U.S. Treasurer Romana Acosta Bañuelos — one of the founders of East Los Angeles-based Pan American Bank, the first Latino-owned bank in California — has died at age 92. Bañuelos also turned a small tortilla maker into the multi-million dollar Latino food company that sells Ramona’s frozen burritos. L.A. Times

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3 comments

  1. OMG, GQ says Silver Lake is “in the east side of Los Angeles”. Nuclear blast!!!!!!
    LA would be a much more beautiful place if we didn’t have all of these ugly utility poles
    and wires hanging everywhere. Put ’em underground!

  2. It’s a pretty clueless article. Koreatown is more “chill” than Silver Lake. Hahahahahaha.

  3. Mr. Kapoor and Eastsider, Thank you for the gorgeous photograph!

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