Monthly Archives: April 2015

8% of Oxy students said they have been sexually assaulted; Los Feliz tenants protest Ellis Act evictions

Morning Report: About 8% of Occidental College students said they had been sexually assaulted, with the the vast majority of cases involving alcohol, according to a survey conducted by the Eagle Rock college ... A group of Los Feliz tenants have protested their landlords’ plans to get out of the rental business and evict existing renters under the state’s Ellis Act ... Police helicopter overhead? Follow The Eastsider on Twitter for breaking news alerts.

Elysian Heights Eco Modern at $1.2M

This newly constructed home is nestled in the quiet hills of Elysian Heights. Built by Sunia Homes, this LEED certified home features a unique first-floor entry that winds through spacious living and dining room areas.

Books and beer on tap for Echo Park [updated]

ECHO PARK -- Selling books is a tough business, which explains why so many book stores also double as cafes and gift shops. Now, Stories Books & Cafe in Echo Park wants to broaden the retail concept further to include beer and wine.

Lincoln Heights twin sisters win $10,000 tech prize; L.A. Unified delays releasing audit of school co-founded by candidate

MORNING REPORT: 24-year-old twin sisters from Lincoln Heights won $10,000 in a hackathon for developing a new type of police body cam ... An L.A. school board member has requested that the district delay releasing an audit of a charter school co-founded by Ref Rodriguez who is running the District 5 school board race ... Sign up for The Eastsider Email Digest for a daily dose of scenes, sightings and stories.