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Daily Archives: May 4, 2012

Silver Lake tree is long on lemons

Eight inches long in this case.  That’s the size of the long lemon (pictured above) that Sandy Driscoll of Silver Lake picked off her tree this week.  Said Driscoll: I have a very prolific lemon tree in my backyard. Imagine my surprise when I saw this ... Read More »

The healing hands of a Boyle Heights sobador

When some Boyle Heights residents suffer from aches and pains, they turn to people like Pedro Granadas, a sobador, a cross between a  masseuse and a healer. Sobadores have long been a source of comfort for many Latinos suffering from a wide variety of ailments. Boyle ... Read More »

Lost: Echo Park cat named Caesar

Submitted by C. Wylde Caesar went missing on Sunday April 30th from Sargent Pl. and I think he is around Morton St. He is very friendly but I think he got spooked and is hiding. He is fluffy white, grey and brown. Please call (213) 399-8037. ... Read More »

Around The Eastsider

News and items from around the blog and beyond: Eastside Shopper & Diner Report. Eastsider On The Go Lost: Echo Park cat named Caesar. Lost & Found Read More »

Eastside Shopper & Diner Report

Don’t have time to explore the Eastside food and drink scene?  Then stop by this Sunday’s Taste of the Eastside at Barnsdall Art Park to sample the food and drink from more than 30 restaurants, wine stores, breweries and food shops. Highland Park’s newest bookshop is ... Read More »

Dust and dirt mark new Elysian Heights landscape

The cutting down of trees and the beginning of grading on the site of an Elysian Heights housing development has dramatically altered the neighborhood’s leafy landscape.  A tractor (pictured in the bottom photo) rests in what was once a grassy field surrounded by a towering and ... Read More »