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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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For Rent: Mediterranean-style bungalow in East L.A.

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548 Hoefner Avenue | $1,400/month | Property Website Simple, cute, convenient. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Remodeled bungalow close to shopping areas, major streets, Civic Center, East L.A. College, and Metro Gold Line station. For more details contact: Cesar Salgado (323)680-8462 rentals4ela@gmail.com Eastside Property Listings showcase for sale ... Read More »

New charter middle school opens in East L.A.

The school is named after astronaut Ellen Ochoa | Photo courtesy Green Dot

EAST LOS ANGELES – Green Dot Public Schools has expanded its presence in East Los Angeles, opening  the Ánimo Ellen Ochoa Charter Middle School. The school – named after scientists Ellen Ochoa, the first Latina astronaut – is still enrolling for students for its sixth grade ... Read More »

On East L.A. pothole patrol

East L.A. pothole | C.J. Salgado

EAST LOS ANGELES —  Some are long, some are circular  and some are deep.  The scariest time to run into one – literally – is at night. Potholes and other road defects are a fact of daily life for drivers in any community, including unincorporated East ... Read More »

Eastside Property: What does $350k buy in East L.A?

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The eternal question in Los Angeles seems to be where can you still get affordable housing? It seems particularly poignant these days as homes are going for significantly over asking price. We aim to answer the eternal question as we take a look at what $350k ... Read More »

Cat and mouse game in East L.A.

Photo by C.J. Salgado

EAST LOS ANGELES — You know it’s going to be a rough week when,  first thing Monday morning, you find yourself trying to avoid being breakfast for two hungry cats.  This East L.A. mouse climbed on a branch to wait out those cats. Read More »

Muffler shops or cafes? East L.A. plans for the future

EAST LOS ANGELES — About two dozen community members, mostly local business representatives, gathered last week  to review and sound off over the county’s plans to “create a more walkable, attractive, and thriving community” along 3rd Street and other portions of East Los Angeles. Convened by ... Read More »