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Daily Archives: August 30, 2013

Last chance to get wet in the L.A. River

A summer-time experiment that opened the L.A. River to kayaking, fishing and other forms of  recreation ends this holiday weekend. The L.A. River Pilot Recreation Zone, which came into being on Memorial Day,  allowed the public to walk, watch birds, kayak and fish on a 2.5 ... Read More »

What’s New With Our Sponsors: Open House in Silver Lake

Sophisticated Silver Lake Tudor:  Design+Build firm ReInhabit presents their latest remarkable home, a Silver Lake restoration that elegantly embraces craftsmanship and a flair for the unexpected. The 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Tudor-style residence has nearly 2000 square feet of interior space and an ideal layout, making the most of two ... Read More »

Vandals leave their mark on York Boulevard restaurant

Nathan Solis spotted this tagging early today on the side of Ba Restaurant in Highland Park. The vandals combined the restaurant’s name into the phrase “Bad for the community.”Is this a sign of anti-gentrification sentiment or, as Solis notes, someone who does not like French food? ... Read More »

News & Notes From Boyle Heights and El Sereno

Boyle Heights boosterism circa 1899. L.A. Unified test scores rise as statewide results fall. Police arrest El Sereno man who confronted officers with a knife. Taking the “Melting Pot” tour through Boyle Heights. Bulletin Board: L.A. Bike & Ped Count looking for volunteers in Eastside locations. Read More »