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Thursday, September 29, 2016

News & Notes: La Serenata celebrates 25 years; L.A. Weird Tour stops in Highland Park; Silver Lake motel up for sale

The formerly Famous Dollar Store | Lincoln Heights | Photo by Laurie Avocado/Flickr

  • Getaway driver in the fatal shooting of a deputy sheriff  in Cypress Park  testifies in court. L.A. Now
  • Bikes to rule 7 miles of city streets Oct. 10. Daily News
  • First stop on the L.A. Weird Tour: Highland Park artist studio. KPCC
  • AOL’s Patch.com to launch Eagle Rock neighborhood news website site. Patch.Com
  • City’s Department of Transportation chief resigns to work for L.A. County. L.A. Now
  • Silver Lake’s  “Bates Motel” up for sale. Curbed L.A.
  • Restaurant review finds La Serenata  “inconsistent” as it celebrates 25 years in  Boyle Heights. L.A. Times
  • Spiraling Orchard moves on after fatal shooting of Echo Park boy. Echo Park Now
  • City  agency shifts $1 million  in East Hollywood quake repair funds to start up Atwater Village redevelopment zone. AV News
  • Happening Today:  “An Evening of Bad Poetry”; Silver Lake affordable housing project meeting. Save the Date
  • Notes: City Council approved the expansion of the Highland Park historic district to include Garvanza … The Eastsider would like the thank the following readers for becoming annual subscribers:  Noel Rogers, Echo Park; Gary Miller, Silver Lake; Joe R., Hermon Community of L.A.: Mary-Austin Klein, Echo Park; John & Elizabeth, Silver Lake; Arroyo Apartments, Highland Park; Jose Sigala, Echo Park.

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2 comments

  1. I know — somebody make this a huge housing project for mentally ill drug addicts!

  2. Uh, I meant the Bates Hotel, obviously

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