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Daily Archives: October 12, 2010

Around The Eastsider

News & items from other parts of the blog & beyond. Updated during the day. Police searching for a robbery suspect tonight in Echo Park. Eastside 911 Protest scheduled at Wednesday morning’s grand opening of the former Van de Kamps bakery in Glassell  Park. Van de ... Read More »

Police searching for robbery suspect in Echo Park

There is more trouble today in central Echo Park, with police searching for a robbery suspect on Logan Street near Sunset Boulevard, a police officer at the scene said. Police had Logan Street blocked off  between Sunset Boulevard and Park Avenue as an LAPD helicopter hovered ... Read More »

Memories of Taix

The death of restaurant owner Raymond Taix has stirred up memories for many long time customers who have patronized the  French restaurant in Echo Park as well as its original location in downtown Los Angeles. Echo Park resident Mary Garrison recalls visits to Taix’s restaurant downtown ... Read More »

Echo Park school has openings available

A parent with a child at Gabriella Charter School has slots available for fourth-graders: “I think some readers of your blog might be interested in knowing that Gabriella Charter School, “…the highest-performing public school in Board District #2″, has immediate openings for 7 fourth graders.  If ... Read More »

Who would want to live at Sunset & Alvarado?

At least eight people do, according to an official with the newly completed Echo 1030 Live/Work Lofts in Echo Park.  In a relatively short period of time, eight out of the 20 loft-style apartments on Alvarado Street near Sunset Boulevard have been leased steps away from ... Read More »

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With a thriving real estate office on Hyperion, a family home in Glassell Park, and some charmed memories as the last Queen of Silver Lake, I have been delighted to have participated in the growth of our neighborhoods for more than 10 years. Whether you’re a ... Read More »

News & Notes from Atwater, Echo Park, Glassell Park & Lincoln Heights

Atwater Village | Photo by vmiramontes/Flickr College district prepares to hold grand opening for former Van de Kamps bakery in Glassell Park amid lawsuits.  L.A. Times & Previously on The Eastsider Newly expanded Highland Park-Garvanza historic district foils developer’s demolition plans. Curbed L.A. What you missed ... Read More »