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Monday, September 26, 2016

News & Notes from Atwater, Boyle Heights, Glassell Park, Montecito Heights & Silver Lake

An Atwater patio goes from gray to green. LA Times

Boyle Heights library to get a makeover. Curbed LA

Seasonal graffiti in Montecito Heights. Above the City

City Council holds off on pot clinic restrictions. LA Times

Harvesting canned food for a Glassell Park festival. Council District 13

Marshall High gets a new football field. Eastside Eye

$3,075 a month will rent you a Silver Lake duplex designed by a forgotten mid-century architect. Curbed LA

Today’s Agenda

* Pumpkins for Peace – pumpkin carving, face painting & peace walk – in Echo Park.
* Victorian mourning etiquette, spooky stories, and “Mourning Movie Night”at Heritage Square’s Ha
lloween & Mourning Tours (Sat. & Sun).
* Pumpkin painting and a haunted house at the Good Shepard Lutheran School’s Harvest Festival in Highland Park.
* Lecture on the end of the world (Mayan style) at the Southwest Museum.

* Saturday Fantasy Film Festival in Echo Park.
* Seeing Things, an exhibition of ghost Polaroids, at DRKRM Gallery in Glassell Park.



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