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Monthly Archives: November 2013

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 »

News & Notes From Atwater, East L.A. And Silver Lake


One dead in East L.A. freeway crash on southbound 710. Three violent crimes in a week puts Silver Lake on Crime Alert. Construction on new L.A. River bridge in Atwater expected to begin next Spring. Bloggers don’t live on comments alone! Support the Eastsider today with ... Read More »

Three women killed in 110 Freeway crash


Three women – including a 12-year-old girl – were killed and four other people were injured last night after their van rolled over in the interchange of the 110 and 5 freeways north of Elysian Park, according to City News and LoudLabs News. Four passengers from ... Read More »

Happy Thanksgiving!

The Eastsider is thankful today for the year-round support of readers, contributors, advertisers  and, of course, friends and family. Read More »

Fatal shooting reported in Glassell Park


One man was killed and a woman left in critical condition  in what police say may have been a possibly gang-related shooting that took place this morning in the 2900 block of Sagamore Way, according to a preliminary report from the LAPD Northeast Division. The shooting ... Read More »

Would you pay $600,000 to live on Tom Mix Road?

The  site of the city’s first permanent movie studio that opened  more than a century ago on the border of Echo Park and Silver Lake will soon be covered with 70 homes.  While the Selig Polyscope studio is long gone,  the developer of what is know as ... Read More »

Arts tour explores Northeast L.A.’s creative side

2013 Arroyo Arts Collective Discovery Tour. Photos by Martha Benedict 11-25-2013 12-09-03 PM

The 21st Annual Discovery Tour on Sunday showcased the work of 100 artists displayed in the homes, gardens and historic landmarks of Northeast L.A. Organized by the Arroyo Arts Collective, the tour allowed visitors to view as well as buy a wide range of art and ... Read More »