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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Echo Park stories, photos and more

Catalytic converter thieves remain busy

A catalytic converter was cut off from the bottom this Honda Element. Photo courtesy James Stathas 7-3-2014 7-35-01 AM

ECHO PARK — This summer’s surge in catalytic converter thefts has continued into the fall, with the Rampart Division recently warning that Honda Elements are the primary target.  A Honda Element owner named Tony who lives near Scott Avenue and Laveta Terrace knows this well. His ... Read More »

High-end tote bag shop coming to Echo Park

ECHO PARK — The maker of canvas tote bags that sell for as much as $100 each will be opening its very first store in the former home of a Sunset Boulevard locksmith. Pacific Tote Company, which makes its bags in limited batches of unique colors ... Read More »

Echo Park apartment buildings emerge as hot properties

Delta Street apartment building sold for $3.7 million

ECHO PARK —  If you think shopping for a home in Echo Park is a costly and competitive ordeal, try buying an apartment building.  When a 16-unit building on Delta Street went on the market earlier this month for $3.895 million, the pumpkin-colored building did not ... Read More »

New Echo Park restaurants pull back the wraps

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ECHO PARK — Residents are now able to get a closer look at two, soon-to-open restaurants after the plywood barriers were removed from the front of the separate projects. On Sunset Boulevard just west of Echo Park Avenue,  a shiny new kitchen and counters are on ... Read More »

Whole Body Method

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Established in 1999, Whole Body Method takes a holistic approach to Classical Pilates as Joseph Pilates intended. Our nurturing healing space, with an emphasis on connection and care for overall wellness, creates a beautiful atmosphere for us to work together and our thoughtful workouts provide safe ... Read More »