Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Daily Archives: December 6, 2011

Echo Park office space on sale

Working from home is free but it can often be noisy (When will the band next door stop practicing?) and not very professional  (excuse the socks under the coffee table). For those seeking a more professional environment,  Echo Park’s tallest office building on Sunset Boulevard is ... Read More »

Turning tumbleweeds into snowmen

A small group of volunteers gathered in Elysian Park this morning to help build this year’s tumbleweed snowmen after last week’s windstorm delayed the holiday decorating project.  Under the direction of Recreation and Parks Department workers, the volunteers trimmed and shape the tumbleweeds, which were there ... Read More »

Eastsiders tell their arrival stories

From an Echo Park book seller to a  Highland Park boutique store owner, the Eastside is well represented in a series of stories on how residents and their families made their home in Los Angeles.  The most recent installment of Arrival Stories, which appear in KCET’s ... Read More »

Look at what the wind blew in

Silver Lake blogger Diane Edwardson found this 1-1/2-inch long insect on the hood of a car on Friday following last week’s wind storm. What is it? After posting the question on her blog, an neighbor provided a possible answer: Leptoglossus zonatus.  This inspect “leaf footed” bug  ... Read More »

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Eagle Rock & Echo Park

Street Phone, Lincoln Heights | Photo by Don Goldberg/Flickr Eagle Rock thieves target tools in contractor trucks. Patch Resident appeals decision to allow Elysian Heights coffee house to serve beer and wine. Patch Police identify Boyle Heights shooting victim. L.A. Now Happening Today: Highland Park & ... Read More »