Thursday, August 25, 2016

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Autopsy to be conducted on Echo Park boy found dead in a closet; LACC music majors to get free tuition courtesy of Herb Alpert

El Sereno | The Eastsider

MORNING REPORT: The county coroner will conduct an autopsy of the 11-year-old boy whose body was found in a closet in Echo Park .... The minors were released to Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services .... Herb Alpert's foundation will donate $10.1 million to L.A. City College to pay for the tuition of music majors ... Was Jesse Romero, the Boyle Heights 14-year-old shot dead by the LAPD, a bright kid or a gun-toting criminal? Read More »

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Two-story Craftsman home perched atop the Franklin Hills awaits your arrival. Open the door and instantly fall in love with this beautiful home, stylized with a Mid-Century flair. Read More »

A peek inside William Pereira-designed offices threatened with demolition; developer planning 18 townhomes for Echo Park

Angeleno Heights | Gina Acuna

MORNING REPORT: A tour of a Mid-Century office complex designed by William Pereira showed that some of the original details remain intact but "others have been eliminated entirely, including the sunscreens and a stately pedestrian bridge" .... A developer wants to carve up property in the 1800 block of Glendale Boulevard in Echo Park to accommodate 18 townhomes Read More »

Elysian Valley students to get a lesson in country music; community colleges expand faculty

Atwater Village | Viva La Machina

MORNING REPORT: Nashville composer and Grammy Award-winner Liz Rose will be at Dorris Place Elementary in Elysian Valley this week to help students compose a song that will be performed at a fundraising concert for Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum .... East Los Angeles and Los Angeles City college are among the community colleges that have hired a significant number of new teachers thanks to an increase in state funding Read More »

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