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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

News & Notes from Cypress Park, Eagle Rock, Echo Park, Elysian Valley & Highland Park

Echo Park bungalow court after tree trimmers finished their job.

  • Family says justice was not served in the 1998  shooting death of Echo Park 16-year-old. L.A. Times
  • Highland Park’s Avenue 50 Studio now accepting recurring donations. Avenue 50
  • House flipper hops into Frogtown with a $399,000 listing. Curbed L.A.
  • Starving artists need not apply for $2,000-a-month and up lofts in Lincoln Heights arts complex.  Curbed L.A.
  • Eagle Rock’s Fatty’s restaurant to hold a last supper before going on a “creative hiatus.” Eagle Rock Patch
  • Latino Diabetes Assoc. proposing to start Cypress Park farmer’s market. LDA
  • Highland Park kids to ride on Rose Parade float. The Wave


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2 comments

  1. talk about a bad haircut. did they really need to cut them bald? man I have a pet peeve of chopping trees down to nothing.

  2. The tree trim does look too severe, and in the short term not a pretty sight. But I’m pretty sure there’s method to such madness. With what’s shaping up to be a wetter than normal winter I’d suggest checking back with the arbors in the summer and hopefully there’ll be leafy goodness abounding.

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