Saturday, October 22, 2016

Cal State L.A. receives $1 million to study urban sustainability; sales for Silver Lake handbag designer reach $10 million; Boyle Heights officer-involved shooting

Hollenbeck Park, Boyle Heights | mikeadan85/Instagram

Hollenbeck Park, Boyle Heights | mikeadan85/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • Cal State L.A. has received $1 million from a former civil engineering professor to help start a proposed research center for the study of urban sustainability. L.A. Now
  • Handbag designer and Silver Lake resident Clare Vivier is preparing to open her fourth store on Melrose Avenue as sales reach $10 million. L.A. Times
  • Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Boyle Heights that took place after a suspect allegedly pointed a gun at officers during a foot pursuit. LAPD

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  1. How the hell did we allow the feds/state to build a freeway IN HOLLENBECK PARK?! So sad.

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