Sunday, October 23, 2016

Morning Report: Artists rally to support Lincoln Heights Chicano landmark; police pursuit ends in front of Highland Park motel; City Council approves lower Echo Park building height

Morning Sun, Elysian Park | Scott Fajack/Instagram

Morning Sun, Elysian Park | Scott Fajack/Instagram

News & Notes:

  • A group of artist are holding an auction to support the renovation of the Church of the Epiphany, the 128-year-old Lincoln Heights church that played an important role in Chicano rights movement, reports the L.A. Times.
  • Two suspected burglars were arrested after a police pursuit ended in front of a York Boulevard motel, reports CBS2.
  • Supporters of a Boyle Heights marijuana farmers’ market are trying to get it reopened after a judge shut down the marketplace, reports ABC7.

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One comment

  1. Is the Highland Park Motel a halfway house?

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