LINCOLN HEIGHTS – Stocked with 300 bottles of craft beer and wine, The Heights Deli & Bottle Shop held a “soft opening” today. Owner Vanessa Baek, a Lincoln Heights resident who also operates Xlixe pizzeria in Little Tokyo, said she hopes her new store will bring ... Read More »
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LINCOLN HEIGHTS -- In a different era, maternity homes served two purposes – to nurture unmarried, pregnant girls and to hide them. That was the case with the Booth Maternity Group Home for Unwed Mothers and the Florence Crittenton Home, which operated for decades only a few blocks apart when Lincoln Heights was a refuge for frightened girls and their children.
LINCOLN HEIGHTS — Sign painters were out this week working on the exterior of The Heights Deli & Bottle Shop on North Broadway next to the Chapalita taco stand. The new deli is actually moving into what had been a larger version of Chapalita near the ... Read More »
LINCOLN HEIGHTS-- Kris and Mike Kolker have amassed a large collection of murals and large artwork created by street artists as part of their musical writing business. Now, the couple are proposing to use that collection and their Lincoln Heights studio as the foundation for Los Angeles' first mural museum. But if their idea is to become a reality, the couple needs to overcome some major hurdles.
2801 Manitou | $2,095/month | Property Website When old world charm meets modern comfort – a large living space with abundant natural light and equipped with necessary present-day features. Bonus room, original built-ins, detached garage, laundry area with washer/dryer hookups, 1.5 bathrooms, front porch, back patio ... Read More »
LINCOLN HEIGHTS -- Councilman Gil Cedillo gathered with schoolchildren Monday at the intersection of North Broadway and Hancock streets in Lincoln Heights for the installation of a new traffic signal to improve safety. The city requested a study of the intersection that showed more than 5,000 vehicles travel through daily.
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 »
"So close.” Words I’ve heard a lot lately. The first week of my latest foray with Pilates, I wondered if progress would ever be made. Engaging my core, flexing my feet, and relaxing my shoulders while performing a modified sit up seemed impossible. Trying to attend classes three times a week has revealed some improvement, but after seven months, hearing that I’m “so close” still rings out. Read More »
German Shepherd, probably 2-4yrs, female, pretty friendly but cautious, maybe 50lbs. Found her in Happy Valley- Lincoln Heights – Montecito Heights. Have seen her around for about a week before picking her up. Contact: email@example.com Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click ... Read More »
Lenny is white with black markings. Black spot over one eye and a few big black spots on white body, 11 pounds. Last seen late Friday night 11/21 Wilshire and Catalina. He is wearing a red harness with ID. He is a shy older dog with ... Read More »