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Daily Archives: May 29, 2015

Bay Area jewelry store opening an Echo Park outlet

ECHO PARK — The once sleepy stretch of Sunset Boulevard on the east end of Echo Park has become more lively in recent years. Large opening night crowds gather at Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects gallery. Taco lovers seemed perpetually lined up outside Guisados. Indie music fans are descending on Club Bahia across the street from the sleek Elysian apartment tower. Now, joining this mix is Esqueleto, an Oakland-based jewelry shop and gallery.

Arroyo Seco homeless camps cleared out; 710 Freeway tunnel opponents offer alternatives; great-grandmother injured during attempted Boyle Heights purse snatching

MORNING REPORT: Nearly 35 people were removed from the Arroyo Seco near Debs Park during a clean up of encampments on Thursday ... A group opposed to building a tunnel to fill the 710 Freeway gap between El Sereno and Pasadena has come up with an alternative set up proposal that they say will cost far less ... Police are asking the public’s help to find the man who threw an 84-year-old great grandmother against a fence during an attempted purse snatching near Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights