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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Eastside Property: A chance to live high above Sunset

This 104-year-old home in Angeleno Heights has a Sunset Boulevard address. But finding the front door might be a bit tricky. The two-story home and several others sit on a bluff about 40 feet above the street, with pedestrian access off Sunset provided via a short ... Read More »

Councilman wants to put more drinking fountains on tap

Where did all the drinking fountains go?  That’s what Councilman Tom LaBonge wants to find out as part of a City Council motion that would ask the city’s Department of Water and Power to form a plan to “upgrade, restore and bring back public water fountains.” ... Read More »

News & Notes From Boyle Heights, Eagle Rock and Los Feliz

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City Council action allows construction to resume on Vons shopping center in Eagle Rock. Study looks at setting of Los Felz parking valet service for Vermont Avenue. Boyle Heights residents raise questions about First Street improvements. Bloggers don’t live on comments alone! Support The Eastsider with ... Read More »

Lost in Echo Park: Tuxedo kitty named Lemmy

Submitted by Elza Burkart Thursday night on N Alvarado and Whitmore ave, there was a crazy coyote attack and while I ran out to chase them away, my Lemmy ran off terrified. We’re new to the neighborhood and I think she’s disoriented. Lemmy is a small ... Read More »

Weekend Gallery

The Eastsider thanks the many talented photographers who have shared their images with fellow readers. Weekend Photo Gallery features the photos that appeared in The Eastsider’s News & Notes digest during the previous week. Got photos to share? Join The Eastsider Photo Pool or tag your ... Read More »

New gateway greets visitors to L.A. River path

The southern entrance to the L.A. River bike and pedestrian path in Elysian Valley got a bit fancy this week with the installation of some new metal gates with artistic flair. A cyclist, who goes by the name Rio Optos, found the gates attractive but said ... Read More »

News & Notes From Boyle Heights and Highland Park

Boyle Heights postman with 49 years on the job eager to return to his route as he recovers from work-related injury. Tagging cleaned off recently restored “History of Highland Park” mural. The Eastsider thanks R. Inman of Eagle Rock for purchasing a Reader Sponsorship. Read More »

Court approves Echo Park gang injunction

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has approved a permanent injunction that restricts the activities of six street gangs members  in a “safety zone’ that covers Echo Park, Elysian Valley and a section of Silver Lake. Persons named in the court order  are prohibited from associating ... Read More »