Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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The Eastside shines after the rains

Bright green grass on the hillsides. Snow in the mountains. Brilliant patches of blue sky between the clouds. L.A. looks great after a rain storm, and here are a couple of scenes from across the Eastside to prove our point. Want to share your post-storm photos with us? Just tag them with #eastsiderLA. Read More »

What are your new year’s resolutions?

Now that we’re two weeks into 2017 - what have you made happen from your new year’s resolution list? Have you gone to the gym? Made new friends? Applied for a new place to live? Read More »

Sun-Soaked Darling Creative Bungalow in Echo Park!

Sun-soaked darling creative bungalow in Echo Park features an open floor plan, great walkability, and the opportunity to make this home uniquely yours! Bright sunlight warms the space while fresh white walls contribute to the modern aestheticu Read More »

100+ Comedians in DTLA This Weekend

Riot LA Comedy Festival, LA’s premier comedy festival, is January 19-22 in Downtown Los Angeles. This 5th year lineup promises to be the biggest yet featuring Mel Brooks, Ali Wong, Maria Bamford, Bob Saget, Dr. Katz Live!, Tig Notaro, Felipe Esparza, Whitney Cummings and many, many more. Read More »

Police Academy cafe is back on duty

The restaurant at the Los Angeles Police Revolver and Athletic Club Café, located in Elysian Park, has reopened after nearly three years of being off duty for extensive renovations, Eater LA reports. But don’t worry – the renovation preserved much of the diner’s retro look and ... Read More »

Officers didn’t use body cameras during fatal Boyle Heights shooting; Glassell Park tree crushes car; how to audition for El Sereno arts school

MORNING REPORT: Police revealed that the two officers who fatally shot 16-year-old José Méndez last February had failed to turn on their body cameras before the incident began .... A large tree fell and crushed a vehicle early this morning near Avenue 33 and Bushwick Street in Glassell Park ..... What does it take to get admitted to the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts in El Sereno? Read More »

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