News & Notes from Atwater, Echo Park, Elysian Heights & Silver Lake

View from Silverwood Terrace, Silver Lake | Photo by David Marbach

  • Shepard Fairey’s Echo Park street art gallery to make more room for fine art shows. TAN
  • New restaurant rumored to be moving into Silver Lake gay bar that was declared a historic landmark . Eater L.A.
  • Walk This Way: Councilman Garcetti  to lead an Atwater Village tour. KPCC
  • What would the Semi-Tropic Spiritualists think of this two-bedroom, $749,000 Elysian Heights home. Curbed L.A.
  • Happening Today: Eagle Rock Music Festival; 24 Hours on Sunset Boulevard performance; Lummis Home fundraiser. Save the Date

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  1. Something very wrong about letting Le Bar (formerly, the Black Cat) be closed and turned into a restaurant. I’m not even gay, and I don’t even go to that place, but for some reason that I can’t at this instant articulate, that should remain a bar. Yes, an odd statement absent an explanation, but that just should not become yet another restaurant. Partly because of its history, partly because its a landmark.

  2. Who got a fruit tree yesterday?

    Who wanted a fruit tree –didn’t get one?
    Why not?

    Please say.

    Silver Lake daVine

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