Thursday, October 27, 2016

Echo Park stories, photos and more

Pint-sized forest takes root in Elysian Park

Newly planted pine tree

ECHO PARK — Volunteers and city officials gathered in Elysian Park on Saturday morning to plant about 100 trees. It’s part of an effort to reforest the park, where hundreds of trees are dead and dying from drought and disease. However, it will be quite a ... Read More »

New from Tracy Do, Great Properties in Echo Park and NELA


This sprawling private sanctuary at the top of an Echo Park canyon places you in a magical setting, above the city but still close to it. The grand, beautifully updated Craftsman-style home sits on expansive grounds covering four contiguous parcels, with lush greenery and wandering brick pathways Read More »

For Sale: Adorable Echo Park Cottage Oasis


1522 Morton Terrace | $639,000 | Property Website Open Sunday 10/16 from 2 pm – 5 pm The Ultimate Echo Park Abode! Nestled at the top of a quiet cul-de-sac is this charming and cozy 2 bedroom, 1 bath plus bonus room cottage. It’s blocks from ... Read More »

“Cycling lifestyle” store rolls into Echo Park

Bank Supply in Echo Park

ECHO PARK —  What is a “cycling lifestyle” shop?  Echo Park will soon find out when Pittsburgh-based Banker Supply Co. opens the doors to a store featuring not only bikes but cycling apparel, accessories and an attitude designed to appeal to a wide range of riders ... Read More »

Blessing of the Animals Oct 2 at 5 Echo Park Boathouse


Each year Episcopal Churches offer a blessing of the animals, in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, whose saint’s day falls on Oct. 4. St. Francis re-awakened the church and the world to the fact that God created and blesses all creatures on earth. Blessing animals ... Read More »

Lost in Echo Park: Black and brown Pomeranian


Pomeranian black and brown female dog. 7 years old is wearing a brown floral Collar. She’s very friendly last seen in front of 1026 N Bonnie Brae st by echo park Contact: (213) 514-4761 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Read More »

Echo Park botanica mixes potions and presidential politics


ECHO PARK — Will Donald Trump be elected President?  Forget about the polls and political pundits. When it comes to finding the answer, some Latinos are heading to botanicas across Los Angeles for some supernatural insights, says the L.A. Times. In Echo Park,  for example, Yosmar, ... Read More »