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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Found: White poodle mix in Garvanza


Submitted by Cynthia G We found this lovely young white poodle mix and she is now at the Pasadena Humane Society under A330696. I do believe she has an owner that might be missing her. I hope you’re reading this right now! Want to publish a ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Accompanist/Choir Director Position Available

Echo Park United Methodist Church is seeking an Accompanist/Choir Director to provide the music for our Sunday morning service. We are a diverse, community oriented congregation in Echo Park, an L.A. neighborhood known for it’s large population of musicians and artists. We would welcome someone seeking ... Read More »

Mayor-Elect Eric Garcetti sworn in at Echo Park Lake

Mayor-elect Eric Garcetti was officially sworn in as mayor of Los Angeles late this afternoon in a small ceremony on the island at Echo Park Lake. Los Angeles City Clerk June Lagmay, who was present at the ceremony, said Garcetti will officially assume the role and ... Read More »

News & Notes From Echo Park And Mt. Washington


Dodger fans keep their cool with frozen beer foam. Termed-out Councilman Ed Reyes looks back at his 12 years in office. Doodling dad creates murals for Mt. Washington school. Lost: Shy Angeleno Heights cat named Stella. Thanks to A. Blankenheimer of Silver Lake for becoming a ... Read More »

Found: Little brown dog in Echo Park


Found this little brown dog in my backyard! Not sure if its a boy or girl as she’s very skittish so I didnt want to pick it up.That said, she’s fine. She was hungry so I fed her. Location: close to Allesandro and Glendale Blvd.  Contact ... Read More »

Lost: Shy Angeleno Heights cat named Stella


Submitted by Katharina Rosenberger Stella went missing on June 25, 2013 in Angelino Heights (near Kellam Ave). She is almost 3 years old, medium size. She is a little shy, though she may listen to her nickname “Diggy”. Her collar has pattern leopard dots a tag ... Read More »

Eastside Property: Boyle Heights Victorian finds a buyer

Earlier this year a woman named Dawn was playing real estate matchmaker by trying to find a preservation-minded buyer for a 118-year-old Queen Anne Victorian in Boyle Heights.  The home, then listed for $309,000, had a lot of original features and charm but apparently a lot ... Read More »

Echo Park burglars arrive via elevator


Forget breaking in through a window or unlocked front door. The burglars who made their way into the new Echo Park senior and retirement complex across from Echo Park Lake simply took the elevator. A snippet of surveillance video shows the pair, a man and woman, ... Read More »

News & Notes From Boyle Heights And Northeast L.A.

What’s it like to stay in a Boyle Heights hostel called MoonPad? Northeast L.A. youths stay safe with Summer Night Lights. Camino Nuevo taking applications for new Echo Park area high school. The Eastsider thanks Nancy Salter of Echo Park for purchasing a Reader Sponsorship. Read More »