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Daily Archives: March 31, 2015
ECHO PARK -- A gaggle of goslings took a morning stroll at Echo Park Lake today under the watchful eye of adult geese.
For lovers of old homes, the flipper is often a foe when it comes to preserving a building's historic charm and character. In addition to ripping out original built-in cabinets and tile, one of the most common old house features to wind up in the dumpster is molding - the decorative wood or plaster trim found around doorways and at the top and bottom of walls. Now, urban homesteader and Root Simple blogger Erik Knutzen of Silver Lake wants flippers to think twice before they rip out that molding.
EAGLE ROCK -- Except for a small green metal street sign, there’s little indication that Occidental College is only a short walk away from York Boulevard. But that’s about the change after the liberal arts college purchased a York Boulevard commercial building with plans to create a more visible gateway on York and also attract more shops and cafes further west along the street.
The City Council is in the final stages of reviewing a $50,000 reward to four witnesses who provided crucial information in connection with the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium during the 2011 season opener.
MORNING REPORT: A former Boyle Heights classroom has been turned into a homeless shelter for older women, including an 80-year-old ... The Greater Echo Park Elysian Neighborhood Council is seeking candidates to fill a vacant board seat representing Elysian Heights ... Sign up for The Eastsider Email Digest for a daily dose of scenes, sightings and stories.