What to do this weekend? You can explore curiosities in Echo Park and other neighborhoods on Obscura Day or save an appetite for the Taste of the Eastside. There's also music in Eagle Rock, an art show in Highland Park and more to do.
Pickles escaped a yard at the corner of Larga & Fletcher in Atwater Village on May 27th,. A little over a foot tall, 50 pounds. Shy but very nice. 7 year old Corgi/Terrier mix. Was wearing a pink collar and is microchipped. Family misses her terribly. ... Read More »
Silver Lake’s Pine & Crane stirs the pot; Clare V. hosts sample sale in Atwater; savor Boyle Heights birria mini-tacos
Silver Lake’s Pine & Crane owner Vivian Ku was recently featured in the L.A. Times as a mover and shaker in the Asian food scene. The article reported that the young chef is continuously experimenting with dishes at her Taiwanese restaurant. One example: “trotters” or pigs ... Read More »
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
Mid-Century meets Laurel Canyon refuge. Think c.1970’s, fall in love and 941 Pine Grove is born. Sippin’ on a cool one, the surround of Joni singing “Blue” from the six speakers outside. Friends gather in various lush garden alcoves. This is a transcendent California moment, in your quintessential L.A. home tucked in the hills.