Wednesday, October 26, 2016

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. L.A. Mag
  • 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. L.A. Times
  • 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. OC Register
  • The L.A. Chamber of Commerce and the L.A. County Federation of Labor endorsed  incumbent Jose Huizar in the Council District 14 election. Huizar will face former county supervisor Gloria Molina in next year’s election. KPCC


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