Monthly Archives: December 2014

Scenes, sightings & stories from 2014

Where did the year go? The Eastsider was busy in 2014 covering everything from homicides to million-dollar home sales. We have our favorites but sometimes readers have other ideas about what's popular. Here are a dozen of the top stories, based on page views, from 2014: Read More »

Vintage vehicles take a Sunday spin through Highland Park

HIGHLAND PARK -- Catch the parade of classic vintage cars motoring through Highland Park on Sunday? Nearly 100 authentic model As, Ts, jalopies, crusiners and luxury automobiles filled Galco's Soda Pop Stop on York Boulevard to capacity as part of the Horseless Carriage Club of Southern California annual Holiday Motor Excursion. Read More »

Sustainable Glassell Park living; Atwater brewery owner weighs minimum wage hike; former Silver Lake religious broadcaster turns 80

Morning Report: Sustainable living in a blue and orange house above Glassell Park ... The owner of Atwater Village’s Golden Road Brewery plans expanding outside the city as officials consider raising minimum wage to more than $15 an hour ... One of the nation’s oldest religious radio programs that was once broadcast from a boat-shaped building in Silver Lake is still going strong at its current Riverside studio ... The L.A. Chamber of Commerce and the L.A. County Federation of Labor endorsed incumbent Jose Huizar in the Council District 14 election Read More »

El Sereno’s street art alley

Nuzzled against the Union Pacific tracks in El Sereno, the colorfully saturated walls claimed by tagging crews line the alley behind Alhambra Avenue. The nearly mile of street art and tagging painted on backsides of warehouses, auto repair shops and rusting metal sheds face out to a select population of train operators and people walking the tracks. Read More »

Happy New Year From Tracy Do Real Estate

We’re grateful for a remarkable year, and especially grateful that we met so many wonderful people along the way. Some are clients and some are agents with whom​ we​ collaborated. Some are just nice people who stopped into an open house. Read More »