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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Save The Date: A night of Halloween events

It seems like Halloween celebrations have been going for several weeks now but the night is finally here.  Have fun, be safe and don’t eat too much candy.  For those who want to do more than just go trick-or-treating,  The Eastsider’s   Halloween and Dia del ... Read More »

Boyle Heights Victorian gets a colorful makeover


The new owners who purchased this Boyle Heights Victorian have been busy since they purchased the Fourth Street home in late June for $250,000.  The for a 118-year-old Queen Anne-style home, which The Eastsider has followed as it went on the market and was finally sold,  ... Read More »

Pirate ship in the driveway? Must be Halloween in Atwater

Atwater Village Pirate Ship Halloween 10-26-2013 12-56-26 AM

Forget about pumpkins. Think pirates. That’s what Tony Neskovski did when he began planning this year’s Halloween theme for his Atwater Village home, which is almost hidden behind a 25-foot wide facade of a pirate ship made from sheets of plywood, PVC pipe cannons, hand-painted sails and ... Read More »

Lost in Silver Lake: Small dog named Oso


Please be on the look out for Oso. She is about 20 lbs, small dog mix, with 2 tone brown and white chest. Long hair on ears and tail. Lost at Fountain and Sanborn Contact: 323 804 0288 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ... Read More »

Police searching for burglary suspect in Atwater*


Police are sealing off a section of Atwater Village this afternoon as they search for a burglary suspect near Silver Lake Boulevard and Larga Street. The Northeast Division’s Twitter feed reported that police activity was related to a “hot prowl suspect,” which refers to a burglary ... Read More »

Storefront Report: Silver Lake pizza parlor closing up

Nicky D’s Wood Fired Pizza is closing its Silver Lake location after the owners sold the Rowena Avenue property to a buyer who plans to open another eatery. “It was not an easy decision to make,” said Bunny DeMarinis, who opened the restaurant 11 years ago ... Read More »

News & Notes From Boyle Heights And Highland Park

Highland Park  planning one of L.A. most “pimped-out”  pocket parks. Former Councilman Huizar aide claims city is trying to intimidate her as she pursues sexual harassment case. Garcetti lobbies for $1 billion L.A. River revitalization plan during D.C. trip. Third-generation Roosevelt High football player prepares for ... Read More »

Laughing skull joins neon giraffe in time for Halloween

After moving into their new Temple Street offices in the Historic Filipinotown section of Echo Park, the animation firm Screen Novelties restored a 14-foot high sign of a neon giraffe that hangs from the side of their building.   Now, the giraffe has some competition for the ... Read More »

Pizza proceeds to benefit Echo Park parenting group


Echo Parenting & Education, a long-time nonprofit that offers parenting classes, is teaming up with a local restaurant for a month-long Piece of of Pie pizza fundraiser. During November, Mohawk Bend will give Echo Park Parenting & Education $4 for each of the specialty pizzas created ... Read More »

Customer beaten in Echo Park 7-Eleven store robbery


A customer who confronted a man stealing beer at an Echo Park 7-Eleven store was punched several times by the suspect, according to police. The Rampart Division is now asking for the public’s help to find the suspect involved in the robbery that took place on ... Read More »