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Monthly Archives: August 2011

Some good news for 106 Sunset Junction fans

Origami Vinyl  today said it will be able to offer a full refund – including service fees – on the tickets the Echo Park store sold it in advance for the cancelled Sunset Junction festival in Silver Lake.  Those refunds will apply only to the 106 ... Read More »

The end is near for Echo Park’s Smurf Village

The skeletons of 36 unfinished Echo Park townhouses – framed in blue-tinted wood – will soon be reduced to a pile of blue firewood.  Workers this morning who were cleaning up the site of the failed Durbin project at Echo Park and Delta avenues said the ... Read More »

Can Chicano Batman help recover a stolen Echo Park car?

An Echo Park Kia owner named Veronica certainly hopes so.  A green and white sticker for the “pan-Latin” band called  Chicano Batman was located on the rear window of Veronica’s 2002, burgundy-colored Kia sedan, which was stolen Monday from her parking space near Waterloo and Reservoir ... Read More »

Sponsored Post: The newest NELA dazzler by bettershelter

Real estate agent Courtney Poulos invites you to her pre-MLS twilight preview open house this Thursday from 6 p.m. –  8 p.m. This dazzling hideaway, 3210 Weldon Avenue, is the newest creation from bettershelter featuring Blu Dot. Nestled in the hills between Atwater Village and Glassell ... Read More »

News & Notes from Echo Park, Highland Park & Silver Lake

White Stairs, Echo Park | Photo by Stephen Roullier/Flickr The music and Silver Lake goes on without Sunset Junction. L.A. Times & YouTube Silver Lake dogs in heat.  L.A. Times Business comings and goings on York Boulevard. Patch Students and parents take a tour of new ... Read More »

Police have suspect in fatal Silver Lake shooting

CBS2 is reporting that LAPD detectives have identified a suspect in the shooting of a Silver Lake area restaurant worker who was fatally wounded in what police believe was a case of road rage.   The 18-year-old suspect is in custody on a separate crime but is ... Read More »

Tears and trauma follow Highland Park freeway crash

The blackened wreckage has been cleared and traffic once again zoomed past the scene of Friday night’s fiery freeway crash in Highland Park that claimed the life of an 11-month-old girl.  But the Highland Park residents who heard and tried to rescue Leiana Ramirez  from the ... Read More »