ECHO PARK — Why would anyone make a boat out of a tequila barrel and then sail it across Echo Park Lake? John Knuth, a 36-year-old artist who recently moved to Altadena from Echo Park, answers these and other questions after he posted a video of ... Read More »
SILVER LAKE — Pip Moore was at her desk today when she looked out the window and saw something creeping outside. Turns out Moore had a bobcat in her backyard, she said. Moore emailed over a video showing the animal making its way down ...
El SERENO - After announcing their move to a new home in El Sereno from Echo Park, the L.A. Derby Dolls and friends of the all-female roller derby league faced the daunting task of dismantling, transporting and then reassembling the Doll's banked track.
MONTECITO HEIGHTS -- Police have released a surveillance video of two burglary suspects who might be connected to a series of break-ins, including a recent incident in which the suspects broke into the victim’s home while she barricaded herself in a bathroom.
HIGHLAND PARK -- Did you miss last week's grand opening of York Park? No problem. Now you have a drone's-eye-view of the festivities without having to endure the political speeches thanks a video uploaded by Daniel Lingua.
ANGELENO HEIGHTS -- The Eastsider has posted several aerial videos shot by camera-equipped drones buzzing above Echo Park and Boyle Heights. Now, we got a video of a drone plunging to earth, crashing on an Angeleno Heights street.
LINCOLN HEIGHTS — Union Pacific’s Piggyback Yard sprawls over approximately 125 acres between Mission Road and the L.A. River. The busy rail yard would be transformed into parkland and wetlands next to the L.A. River if the city manages to raise enough money and the Union ... Read More »
El SERENO — From the early 1920s to the mid 1930s, thousands of Angelenos would head to a banked oval track near what is now Soto Street and Valley Boulevard to watch thrilling and often deadly motor car races at the Legion Ascot Speedway. Hollywood celebrities were among ... Read More »
That’s what Willie Herron III recalls thinking in the 1960s after moving to City Terrace, which lacked public art, let alone any museums or galleries. Herron, who later emerged as one of the area’s leading Chicano artist, and others eventually painted numerous murals across the stores, churches, alleys and apartments that line the hilly streets of City Terrace. Read More »
BOYLE HEIGHTS - A man interested in architecture and a drone named after an Aztec god have captured aerial shots of historic buildings and neighborhood landmarks from a perspective that until recently was limited primarily to pilots and pigeons. Read More »