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Daily Archives: May 31, 2011

City Council to review Autry museum expansion

Prodded by Northeast L.A. residents and groups,  the City Council today voted unanimously to  review a city parks commission decision to allow the Autry National Center to expand and renovate its Griffith Park museum.  The vote is part of the most recent skirmish between the Autry, ... Read More »

Climbing to the top of the Echo Park music scene

Origami Vinyl makes efficient use of its narrow Echo Park storefront, with the Sunset Boulevard shop not only crammed with vinyl records but also a stage set atop a small second-floor loft reached by a narrow spiral staircase.  What’s it like up there?  Performer and song ... Read More »

Elysian Park snake X-ing

Susan Borden of Echo Park was walking with a group in Elysian Park this morning when their stroll was interrupted by the sight of the large snake slithering across their path near Angel’s Point overlooking Dodger Stadium. It was “possibly the largest I’ve seen in the ... Read More »

The Planning Lady

By Christine Peters aka The Planning Lady Here’s the latest batch of notable city planning filings and notices: What’s Brewing Echo Park Allston Yacht Club, 1320 Echo Park Ave.   The owners of Allston Yacht Club  are seeking to continue operation of the existing 1,600 square-foot restaurant ... Read More »

Car flips out in Angelino Heights*

A woman named Staci from Angeleno Heights reports being awakened early this morning by a crashing sound on Kensington Road between Marion Avenue and Douglas Street. She looked out her window to see a car on its side: Just about 15 minutes ago I heard a ... Read More »