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830 E. Kensington Rd. | $3,300 | Property Website This gorgeous townhome, built in 2001, has the look and feel of a 1920’s Craftsman bungalow ... Read More »
Man electrocuted on Boyle Heights utility pole; $500k in outside money backing Huizar in council campaign
MORNING REPORT: A man was hospitalized after he was electrocuted and fell from a 100-foot-high utility pole in Boyle Heights early this morning ... Billboard companies, unions and other special interests have spent more than $500,000 in independent campaign expenditures to support incumbent Jose Huizar in the Council District 14 race ... Found in Echo Park: Female Brownish/Red Chihuahua / Wire Hair Terrier Mix
Glenalbyn Dr | $1,860/month | Property Website Charming remodeled unit will be available on April 15th in this beautiful building that will make you feel ... Read More »
Female Brownish/Red with white markings Chihuahua / Wire Hair Terrier Mix. Found the evening of 2/26 in Echo Park on Lakeshore Terrace Contact: 818-399-6067 Want ... Read More »
This weekend's open house options include a Silver Lake Mid Century that has not changed hands in 50 years, an Eagle Rock Spanish Colonial with three fireplaces and a one-bedroom Monterey Hills condo.
The Floricanto Center for Performing Arts will be hosting a carnival with activities for the whole family, including mask making, games, antojitos, and folklorico demos. The celebration marks the center’s second year in City Terrace, where a former furniture warehouse has been transformed into a workshop and community performance space.
ECHO PARK -- An 18-year-old male who may have been involved in numerous residential burglaries across Echo Park was apprehended earlier this month after a woman returning to her residence saw the suspect inside her home.
SILVER LAKE -- Councilman Tom LaBonge has proposed naming the intersection of West Silver Lake Drive and Rowena Avenue in honor of Joseph Gatto, an art teacher and father of Assemblyman Mike Gatto, who was shot in his Silver Lake home during a November 2013 murder that remains unsolved.
Charter schools & unions pour $1 million into District 5 school board election; water main breaks in Silver Lake
MORNING REPORT: L.A. DWP repair crews were dispatched early this morning to La Fayette Park Place near Bellevue Avenue in Silver Lake after a water main broke .... The teachers union and charter school groups have poured more than a million dollars into the District 5 school board race where incumbent and union supporter Bennett Kayser faces charter school founder Ref Rodriguez ... Get The Eastsider on Facebook, Twitter, Daily Email Digest & RSS feed
4629 Prospect Ave Unit 1 | $2,495 | Property Website Are you looking for a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath impeccable apartment with outdoor space, wood ... Read More »
1424 N. Hoover St | $2,790 | Property Website This unit is almost freestanding; only sharing one wall, and there is no one above you ... Read More »
ECHO PARK -- It's come to this - not only do you need to lock up your bike, you need to lock up your bike rack. Sometime over night one of the bike-shaped racks that were recently installed around Echo Park Lake was stolen from the southeast corner of the park, a city official said today. Not only did the black metal rack go missing, but so did the rack's pair of six-inch concrete bases that were buried in the ground.
SILVER LAKE -- Diane Edwardson says that she and her Corralitas Drive neighbors have noticed the early arrival of butterflies this year. Some brightly colored and rarely seen species, like the Red Admiral and Fritillary Camouflage, have been spotted this year among the regulars that float across the lush green grass and flowers in bloom."Neighbors have been talking about the butterfly bonanza ..."
A Homeless Town Hall this week focused on the homeless problem along the Arroyo Seco covered a wide range of questions and issues, from the need for more affordable housing to concerns about public safety and the cost of encampment clean ups. The Tuesday night panel discussion and forum at Ramona Hall included not only residents, police officers and homeless advocates, but some homeless individuals as well.