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Daily Archives: September 18, 2013

Echo Park truck stop

Pity the drivers of semi-trucks, buses and stretch limousines who are unaware of the steep hills of Echo Park and Elysian Heights.  The driver of a white-semi truck learned a lesson in neighborhood topography tonight after his vehicle got stuck at Cerro Gordo Street and Vestal ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Echo Park story-telling show seeking letters

Submitted by Jayne Entwistle New live monthly story-telling show in Echo Park is appealing to Echo Park and surrounding communities for YOUR letters. To Whom It May Concern is a show where people can read their letters on stage or have their letters read for them by Special Guests. They can be letters you have ... Read More »

Storefront Report: $5 doughnuts arrive on York Boulevard

The gourmet doughnut arrived in Highland Park today with the soft opening of Donut Friend on York Boulevard. Owner Mark Trombino has taken the humble doughnut and turned into a high-end snack, with a wide range of flavors, fillings and toppings from which customers can build their ... Read More »

City Council approves new river bridge in North Atwater

The City Council on Tuesday approved a proposal to build a $6 million bridge for pedestrians, equestrians and cyclists that would span the Los Angeles River between North Atwater Village and Griffith Park. Landowner and philanthropist Morton La Kretz and the River Revitalization Corp. are paying for ... Read More »

Sponsored Post: Last Chance To Own At Artis

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Artis in Echo Park is selling very quickly and is now down to the final two homes. With all the recent attention given to small lot homes tucked into L.A.’s most desirable neighborhoods, homebuyers and brokers alike see the value and limited opportunity of a new ... Read More »