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Daily Archives: September 22, 2011

Bulletin Board: Entrepreneur Training Program seeking applicants

Submitted by Wes Gabrillo The Small Business Development Program at Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) is currently opening enrollment to all new and current small business owners and entrepreneurs for the upcoming Entrepreneur Training Program (ETP) in Historic Filipinotown. The classes will be held Mondays & ... Read More »

Around The Eastsider

News and items from other parts of the blog and beyond: Developer to meet with Elysian Heights residents tonight over proposal to cut down more than 40 trees on housing site. Patch Submit your entry in this Sunday’s Atwater Village Farmers’ Market annual Salsa Dip Contest. ... Read More »

Storefront Report: Compact music shop opens in Echo Park

In a storefront that is no bigger than some living rooms, John Roller has opened up a 300-square-foot vinyl record shop on Echo Park’s busy Glendale Boulevard.  Roller, whose Mono Records  opened about a week ago at 1805 Glendale Boulevard near Branden Street, sees opportunity on ... Read More »

Beer and wine permit leaves Echo Park group divided

By Mary Allen On an agenda packed with over 25 items with topics ranging from Parks to Public Works, the  Echo Park Improvement Association last night fixated on the application of FIX cafe owner, Marc Gallucci, to sell beer and wine.  But, in a reflection of ... Read More »

Development fees to pay for park improvements

The city’s Recreation and Parks Commission on Wednesday approved allocating more than $100,000 in development fees to help pay for improvements to parks and recreation centers in Highland Park, Lincoln Heights and Silver Lake. The projects include: Read More »

What’s new with our sponsors

Sales & Specials Feeding Birds Boutique: Bonnie’s record sale through  Sept. 25. 3 records for $8 (12″ only). El Tres Inn: 10% off room rates for locals in all Eastside Zip Codes. Enter promo code LOCALS when booking online. Plus the “Rock n Roll” rate for ... Read More »

Public stairways put neighbors steps away from crime

The public stairways that wind their way through the hills of Echo Park, Silver Lake, Mount Washington and other neighborhood have been re-discovered by many thanks to new books and tours.  But, as the L.A. Weekly points out, some residents who live near the stairs wish ... Read More »

News & Notes from Eagle Rock, Echo Park & Highland Park

Apartments With Minarets, Silver Lake | Photo by Chuck Weiss/Flickr Michael ‘Lil Bad Boy’ Penaloza of Highland Park convicted of 2006 Pasadena double-murder. Patch Jose Gardea, chief of Staff for Councilman Ed Reyes, enters race to represent Council District 1 in 2013 election. Gardea plans to ... Read More »