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Thursday, September 29, 2016

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Echo Park, Highland Park, Historic Filipinotown & Silver Lake

Dog houses on sale, Hermon | Photo by Waltarrrr/Flickr

  • Bomb squad checks suspicious device at Silver Lake’s Coffee Table. The Eastsider
  • Echo Park parenting center has a new name but its mission remains the same. Patch
  • Herb garden sprouts at Boyle Heights school. ABC7
  • Name that park: City holds meeting to name new Historic Filipinotown park. Echo Elysian Forum
  • Highland Park high school gives lessons in teen parenthood. Patch
  • CNN pays a visit to Silver Lake-based Backwards Beekeepers. CNN
  • Happening Today: Eagle Rock Valley Historical Society meeting; Glassell Park Neighborhood Council Meeting. Save the Date
  • Notes: The family of L.A. Times Pulitizer Prize winner Ruben Vives moved to Whittier after living on “a sketchy block in Echo Park.”


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4 comments

  1. the link for “Ruben Vives moved to Whittier” doesnt work.

  2. Can you clarify the link on about the writer moving from the sketchy part of Echo Park? the link took me to your events calendar

  3. @ PT & Kiz: Link is fixed. Follow it to L.A. Times story with more details.

  4. It would be great to see dog houses in a variety of styles – Modern, Art Deco, Taco Deco, Victorian and so on. It would really provide a much needed array of choices for Los Angeles’ discerning dogs.

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