Daily Archives: November 1, 2014

Viewpoints: Support Parks, Vote Yes on P

Few civic endeavors in Los Angeles over the past century have captivated our collective imagination like plans to revitalize the L.A. River. They promise to transform this legendary waterway, from which our city actually takes its name, into a grand centerpiece and ecosystem for all Angelenos to enjoy. But accomplishing this feat does not happen without real and sustained investment. That’s where Proposition P comes in. Read More »

Rainbow over Echo Park

ECHO PARK — The rains finally came, and so did the rainbows. Mary-Austin Klein caught sight of this one arcing over the Citibank building in ... Read More »

Gasoline truck bursts into flame in Boyle Heights; Atwater theater company head resigns; Glassell Park ghost story

Morning Report: Two Boyle Heights homes were damaged after a gasoline tanker truck overturned and burst into flames as it was headed for a freeway onramp ... The artistic director of the of the Ensemble Studio Theatre/LA in Atwater Village has announced she is leaving the theater company ... Ghost Story: Glassell Park couple said Polaroid photos reveal signs that their home is haunted. ABC7 Read More »