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Daily Archives: October 18, 2011

The East L.A. Classic is not all about football

By C. J. Salgado Next month, the East L.A. Classic homecoming football game between Garfield and Roosevelt high schools will once again draw tens of thousands of fans. It’s one of the most popular and competitive high school games in the nation. Though most attention is ... Read More »

Eastside gentrification redraws the urban political map

A story in the Planning Report newsletter describes how a slower growing or declining population in some urban portions of Southern California has been a big driver behind the redistricting at the federal, state and local level.  For example,  the population of Congressman Xavier Becerra’s old ... Read More »

News & Notes from Eagle Rock, Northeast L.A. & Silver Lake

“Make Up Your Mind,” Lincoln Heights | Photo by Unsure Shot/Flickr Homeowner sewer fees would double under proposed city rate hike. Daily News Silver Lake’s Tantra restaurant to reopen as Naya.  Grub Street How not to sell an Eagle Rock house. Curbed L.A. Northeast L.A. Gallery ... Read More »