Daily Archives: March 20, 2015
Eastside Weekend: Mi Vida in Highland Park; Banetoriko’s noise-scapes in Echo Park; Sunday-night burlesque
Enjoy a live reading of the play Riot/Rebellion which revisits six historic days in 1965 Watts. This play explores race, the struggle of class and power in a section of Los Angeles that was often ignored in the media. First person accounts are weaved into the performances and a bilingual discussion will be conducted after the readings.
Just beyond the flowering cherry blossom trees on Denby Avenue sits this romantic 1926 Spanish bungalow in the heart of booming Frogtown. Lovingly maintained for the past 40+ years by the same family, this is a great opportunity to invest in Elysian Valley, one of the LA's hottest up-and-coming neighborhoods.
This weekend's open house options range from a well-preserved Eagle Rock Mid Century to a restored Craftsman in Echo Park and a contemporary-style property in Montecito Heights. Always check to make sure the open house has not been cancelled or rescheduled before you go for a look.
Frank McCourt says Chavez Ravine remains an NFL stadium alternative; Auntie Em’s to open Downtown restaurant
MORNING REPORT: Former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt, who retains an ownership stake in the stadium parking lots, said the ballpark property remains an alternative site for an NFL stadium ... Auntie Em's Kitchen, which opened in Eagle Rock 13 years ago, is opening a second restaurant in Downtown L.A. ... Sign up for The Eastsider Email Digest for a daily dose of scenes, sightings and stories.