Daily Archives: September 13, 2013
The federal agency that oversees the L.A. River today recommended a $453 million plan to restore nearly 600 acres of wildlife habitat – much of ... Read More »
The Eastside is in the midst of a cultural renaissance with musicians among those leading the way. Along with bands like Las Cafeteras, Buyepongo and ... Read More »
Mt. Washington Victorian: It’s 1895 and artists, thinkers and great storytellers are filling a new community called Mount Washington with hunting cabins and grand Victorians. ... Read More »
This one: A two-bedroom, 1907 house on Avalon Street that sold this month for $677,000, according to Redfin. That’s quite above the $569,000 asking price ... Read More »
Shopper & Diner Report: Pop-up cafe brewing along the L.A. River; Lunch at The Airliner; What will replace Atwater’s Acapulco?
If cycling, walking or kayaking won’t get you down to the L.A. River, how about a cup of organic coffee? On Saturday, Sept. 14, a ... Read More »
Boyle Heights’ Malabar Elementary celebrates centennial with photos and a fundraiser. Upcoming Highland Park bar attracts anti-gentrification graffiti. Higher than normal property crimes puts Elysian Valley ... Read More »