News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Echo Park, Northeast L.A. & Silver Lake

Storefronts and shadows, Atwater Village | Photo by Kalli Streator/Flickr

  • More than $1 million spent to win school board seat representing Eagle Rock, El Sereno & East L.A. KPCC
  • Maria the goose needs a new name. The Eastsider
  • City to begin building a tagger database. The Informer
  • Silver Lake bistro SiLA to serve its last meal March 5. Eating L.A.
  • Crime in LAPD Northeast Division keeps falling despite the resignation of half the gang unit. Patch
  • Many in Boyle Heights “arts district” still waiting for the Gold Line boom to arrive. Neon Tommy
  • Happening Today: “This is Not Another Echo Park Indie Show,” Echo Park; “Red Noses” clown troupe performance, El Sereno; Teen Art Workshop, Highland Park. Save the Date
  • Notes: Echo Park Lake is now scheduled to be closed beginning in mid-July after the Lotus Festival for an expected two-year clean up, according to Council District 13

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One comment

  1. “Anyway, the graf-hunters will expand to the LAPD’s Hollenbeck, Harbor and Central Divisions. They’ll remain in Van Nuys too.”

    With regards to the Informer article, it doesn’t look like the new system will be used in Northeast or Rampart.

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