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Daily Archives: August 22, 2013

Found in Echo Park: Raggedy but friendly pit bull mix

Submitted by Jared I found a stray female pit mix wandering in the middle of Echo Park Ave yesterday (directly across from the park, near the Bellevue side). She had no collar, has no microchip, but is extremely friendly, really well behaved, seemingly housebroken, good with ... Read More »

Found in Silver Lake: Sweet, playful pit bull mix

Submitted by Clea Jones We found this beautiful dog on Aug 16, 2013 @ the intersection of FLETCHER & GLENDALE BLVD. in Silver Lake. She is a 6-10 Month old un-spayed female pit or pit mix, & was wearing a blue makeshift collar. She is currently ... Read More »

Statewide study puts Eastside charter schools on top 10 list

Gabriela Charter  in Echo Park was ranked as the state’s second  best charter elementary/middle school  in a USC study that also placed charter campuses serving Boyle Heights, Eagle Rock,  Historic Filipinotown and Lincoln Heights on its top 10 list. For the first time, the USC School ... Read More »

Sponsored Post: Chic Loft-Style, Silver Lake Home For Sale

Own a part of Silver Lake history! The former Calvary Memorial Church was a Foursquare offshoot from Aimee Semple McPherson’s dean of preachers, Harriet Jordan.  The church was converted to a single family residence in 2005 and completely redone with all new systems and appliances, yet ... Read More »

Fixing fire-damaged freeway tunnel to cost $16.5 million

Testing on fire damaged 2 Freeway tunnel. Photo from Caltrans District 7 8-2-2013 10-41-13 AM

An estimated $16.5 million will be spent on repairing a tunnel at the 2 and 5 freeways  that was damaged last month from the intense heat generated by a gasoline tanker-truck that caught fire in the passageway. The damage estimate for the Elysian Valley freeway tunnel ... Read More »

News & Notes From East L.A. and Silver Lake

Mayor Garcetti and DWP union leader meet at Silver Lake restaurant as officials prepare to announce labor agreement. Garfield High students start new school year in new classrooms. Bloggers don’t live on comments alone! Support the Eastsider today with a Reader Sponsorship. Read More »