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Daily Archives: September 24, 2010

Police respond to fight at Echo Park Lake tonight

Several LAPD squad cars and a helicopter descended on the north end of Echo Park Lake at   about 9:30 P.M. after receiving reports of a fight and possibly a shooting.  But officer P. Espinoza with the Rampart Division said there was no shooting. He said the ... Read More »

The house that Frank Frisk built now sits above a controversy

It's hard not to notice with a bit of awe and envy the sleek, one-story house that seems to sit alone atop a steep Montecito Heights hillside. It's a setting that has attracted the notice of artists, such as Mary-Austin Klein, who has painted views of the home (pictured above) from below and a nearby ridge. Read More »

Save the Date: Weekend Edition

Much to do at Echo Park Lake this weekend, including a  Coastal Clean Up event and Bird Walk tour on Saturday and a historic walking tour on Sunday.  Meanwhile, Highland Park will host a City Council candidates forum (yes, they are already running for next year); ... Read More »

Where did the crime go?

Capt. Bill Murphy of the Northeast Division, which stretches from Echo Park and Silver Lake to Eagle Rock and Highland Park, included some statistics in his most recent email newsletter that showed how major crime – such as murder, assaults, robbery and burglaries – has declined ... Read More »

News & Notes from Atwater, Echo Park & Silver Lake

Now entering Historic Filipinotown | Photo by Jesse Saucedo Major L.A. crime down 7.5% so far this year. CBS2 Silver Lake home is the first L.A. project for “This Old House.” Franklin Avenue Atwater gallery makes a move to Hollywood. AV Newbie Printing press stolen from ... Read More »