Morning Report: East L.A. clinic saving the limbs and lives of diabetics; Boyle Heights school news from 1922; Supervisor Gloria Molina takes comfort in quilting

Silver Lake Sunset | Dan Gershon

 News & Notes:

  • East L.A.’s New Hope Podiatry specializes in  saving the limbs of diabetic patients who might have faced amputation, reports KPCC.
  • The Boyle Heights History blog browses through the early 1920s issues of The Siren, the student newspaper what is now Hollenbeck Middle School.
  • County Super Gloria Molina is  better known as a powerful politician but she’s also a skilled quilter and a member of an East L.A. quilting club, reports the L.A. Times.  Molina, 66, grew up making her own clothes and took up quilting as a county supervisor.  (Previously on The Eastsider)

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