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Daily Archives: February 4, 2011

Yoga studio coming to Echo Park Avenue

The Echo Park Avenue studio and compound of potter Peter Shire has long been a center of artistic activity. Now it’s also an emerging commercial hub.  In March, Yogala Echo Park is scheduled to open with a combination of yoga classes for toddlers as well as ... Read More »

Failed Echo Park townhouse project up for sale

The bank that owns the former Durbin condo project at Echo Park and Delta avenues has put the 36-unit property up for sale.  OneWestBank, which took control from the partially built project,  has not set an asking price but is accepting offers through the end of ... Read More »

Save the Date: Weekend Edition

Echo Park’s fairly newish 1650 Gallery will be holding an opening reception Saturday night for “That’s Weird,” a photo exhibited judged by Billy the Mime. Works include “Pink Buddha in the Garden 3” (shown above) by artist and friend of The Eastsider Terri Lloyd. Tonight, Echo ... Read More »

A pork confit. A change of heart

Story and photos by Valentina Silva I always really wanted to like Good Girl Dinette. The look of the Vietnamese diner, complete with its red counter, is perfection. The Highland Park location is everything I could ask for. The ingredients are seasonal, local and sustainable. The ... Read More »

Shopper & Diner Report

Nachos not enough for your Super Bowl blast?  Auntie Em’s Super Bowl to Go Menu includes steak and black bean chili for 2 ($13.95), blue cheese and walnut dip ($5.95), and an artisanal cheese platter for 10 ($40).  Auntie Em’s Kitchen, Eagle Rock. In other shopper ... Read More »