Tuesday, October 25, 2016

News & Notes: Lincoln Heights so-long sale, sidewalk skirmish in Eagle Rock & the wild parrot video

All sales final: Frieden’s Department store to close its doors after 60 years in Lincoln Heights. LA Eastside

The new Silver Lake library is taking shape. Meet the man responsible, neighborhood architect Barry Milofsky. New Angeles via Curbed LA

Eagle Rock wine store sees the writing on the wall and gives up on its sidewalk chalkboard sign. Franklin Avenue

Now on video: the Wild Parrots of Northeast Los Angeles. NELA Live

Echo Park resident Alice Broude, who worked as a waitress for more than 50 years at the former Redwood bar in downtown, dies. LAT

obsters and movie stars were fodder for her stories — she said gangster Mickey Cohen was a great tipper and joked that she hadn’t washed her hand since customer and actor Burt Reynolds had kissed it.”

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