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Daily Archives: May 11, 2012

Señor Fish dives into Echo Park restaurant scene

It look several months longer than expected, but Mexican restaurant  Señor Fish has opened in Echo Park. The space, a former Pescado Mojado at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Logan Street, is still not finished but the arched ceiling with exposed wood  beams impressed the ... Read More »

Who says dogs can’t ride bikes?

Of course it does help to have a large basket and small dogs. On a recent bike ride through El Sereno, Carlos Morales, publisher of The Voice newspaper  and member of the Eastside Bike Club, took along a basket full of furry passengers named Pookie, Bambi ... Read More »

What to get mom for Mother’s Day? How about a house?

The New York Times recently told the story of an 84-year-old grandmother who purchased a $700,000 midcentury Silver Lake home with her daughter and son-in-law, who live down the street.  It’s nice to have mom nearby but what if $700,000 is way out of your price ... Read More »

Blacksmiths hammer away in new Glassell Park school

Adam’s Forge, a school and cooperative devoted to the techniques and art of blacksmithing and metalworking, settled into a new home in Glassell Park earlier this year. Now, after settling into a former San Fernando Road metal plating factory that has been taken over by artists, ... Read More »