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Daily Archives: April 11, 2014

Neighborhood council elections are one day away

Residents and stakeholders of several Eastside neighborhoods will be able to cast their ballots on Saturday, April 12 during this year’s neighborhood council elections. Well over 100 candidates are running to serve on the councils, which make recommendations on neighborhood issues and fund small, local projects. ... Read More »

Echo Park burglar hits McDuff Street


ECHO PARK — A burglar made off with a bike from a house on McDuff Street on Wednesday night while the owner was still at home. The resident reported the crime, which took place at about 9 p.m.,  to the Northeast Division and shared details of ... Read More »

Echo Park makes room for the new

ECHO PARK  —   The century old bungalows and Spanish Colonial apartments that have long defined Echo Park are getting some new neighbors with a modern sensibility. Not everyone is a fan of the contemporary-style homes and apartments now popping up on hillsides and busy avenues, and ... Read More »

Eastside Open House: A Weekend Guide To House Hunting

Eastside real estate homes

Temperatures will be cooling down this weekend, making it ideal to hit the streets for a house hunt. Properties include a beautiful  three-bedroom Mid-Century in Mount Washington and a large, three-bedroom restored Craftsman in Highland Park. Always check to make sure the open house has not been ... Read More »

News & Notes From Boyle Heights, Echo Park And Solano Canyon


Developer wants to turn Boyle Heights Sears store into a “hub of the community” but current plans don’t include affordable housing. Someone, anyone, please do something about Dodger traffic. Found In Echo Park: Husky dog near Mayberry Elementary. Bloggers don’t live on comments alone! Support the ... Read More »