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Daily Archives: December 15, 2011

Signs of Rose Hills to bloom

Many Los Angeles area residents associate the name  “Rose Hills” with a large cemetery near Whittier. But it is also the name of a hillside neighborhood on the western edge of El Sereno. Rose Hills, the neighborhood, stands to get a little more attention under a ... Read More »

Flipping frontier moves east

Horizontal fencing. Stainless steel appliances. Dark wood cabinets. Pottery Barn-like decor. The two-bedroom home (pictured top left) that real estate investor Edward Solis recently put up for sales resembles many of the properties being flipped across Highland Park and Northeast L.A.  But this house is no ... Read More »

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Glassell Park robbery suspect hangs himself in jail

View Larger Map A man who was arrested for allegedly robbing a Glassell Park sex shop last died after he hung himself in his jail cell, police said.  Kristopher Bindulski was hospitalized on Dec. 5 after employees at the Metropolitan Detention Center found he had hung ... Read More »

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

River Walk, Lincoln Heights | Photo by Claudia Glcel/Flickr Highland Park charter school to break ground on expanded campus. Patch Another holiday tradition – illegal dumping – returns to a Silver Lake street. Corralitas Red Car Echo Park-based Shepard Fairey creates Time magazine Person of the ... Read More »