ECHO PARK –– A palm tree at Echo Park Lake caught fire during the 4th of July as illegal fireworks exploded across the neighborhood. Eastsider Ads Read More »
Daily Archives: July 4, 2014
ECHO PARK — Looks like two palm trees caught fire tonight in Echo Park amid the barrage of illegal fireworks that lit up the sky. One tree appeared to be located at Echo Park Lake, the other nearby, judging by photos and videos posted on Twitter ... Read More »
SILVER LAKE — The evening rush hour was slower going than normal on Thursday when Glendale Boulevard was partly shut down after an apparent water line break near Silver Lake Boulevard. Along with several photos, one person also shot a video of water gurgling through the ... Read More »
Shopper & Diner: Guisados too big to be contained by Eastside; Cannibas-centric market lights up Boyle Heights; and summer cool downs courtesy of Eagle Rock shaved ice-ery.
BOYLE HEIGHTS – The beloved taco shop Guisados has become an Eastside fixture, having added a second shop in Echo Park last year. But now the restaurant’s reputation has spread beyond its Eastside’s confines, says LA Downtown News. Downtown patrons (and wayward Eastsiders, of course) can ... Read More »
Open houses are a bit more sparse than usual this weekend in light of the With the 4th of July holiday. However, when the fireworks subside, and the barbecue cools. there are still plenty of great listings to check out. Properties include an airy, two-bedroom Glassell ... Read More »
An amazing opportunity to own a private retreat on one of Echo Park’s historic step streets. This charming light filled cottage has that seamless indoor/outdoor flow that makes Los Angeles living so highly prized. The 400SF deck offers plenty of space for relaxing while enjoying the ... Read More »