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Daily Archives: October 18, 2010

Facebook brings old Echo Park classmates back to school

Robert Brown attended Clifford Street School in Echo Park back in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Brown has reconnected with many of his former elementary school classmates on Facebook, where he started a Clifford St. Crew page with 60 members. But instead of just hanging ... Read More »

Eagle Rock project picks up support

Plans to build a three-story office and condo project near the Eagle Rock Baptist church have picked up speed and support. The nearly 38,000-square-foot building at the northwest corner of Colorado Boulevard and Hartwick Street would include five commercial spaces below eight, two-story condominiums.  Some residents ... Read More »

No window is too small for a burglar to sneak through

An Echo Park woman who lives on Lemoyne Street between Avalon and Baxter streets returned home last night to find her laptop computer gone after a burglar entered through an open window only 12-inches square. She wants to warn her neighbors to keep their windows – ... Read More »

Sponsored Post: Non-judgemental, thought-provoking therapy

The Eastsider would like to welcome Center for the Psychology of Women as an advertising sponsor. Here is more about the Center’s philosophy: Center for the Psychology of Women’s therapists work with you in a spirit of collaboration and mutual respect, toward meaningful change and improvement ... Read More »

River redevelopment zone in the works

Some Atwater residents and activists have expressed concern about the potential impact a proposed redevelopment zone would have on their neighborhood. But, as the Atwaer Village News points out,  the redevelopment area being contemplated by the Community Redevelopment Agency expands beyond Atwater into neighboring Glassell Park ... Read More »

Storefront Report: More vintage ware for Echo Park

Along with coffee houses and bars, Echo Park’s other major industry seems to be vintage apparel and accessories, with about half a dozen shops selling everything from apparel and eyeglasses to furniture and stereos. Añejo Duddery recently opened its doors on Sunset Boulevard in the shell ... Read More »