Friday, October 28, 2016

Man found guilty of Silver Lake construction site killing; Tam ‘O Shanter chef resigns over online comments; offers for Echo Park church properties might top $20 million

MOrning Report

  • A 21-year-old man was found guilty of killing his friend and co-worker with a sledgehammer at a Silver Lake construction site in May 2014. The victim, Juan Sanchez, was a resident of Echo Park.  L.A. Country District Attorney & The Eastsider
  • Tam ‘O Shanter Chef Mark Kalenderian  has reportedly resigned from the Atwater Village restaurant after making some inflammatory comments during an online argument with animal rights activists over foie gras.   Eater L.A. & LAist
  • A real estate broker hired by the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel said he expects offers in excess of $20 million for 14 Echo Park properties the church has put on the market. L.A. Business Journal
  • El Sereno’s Wilson High takes schooling to a new level with an International Baccalaureate. School Yard

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