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Daily Archives: September 9, 2015

Bulletin Board: Architectural Birdhouse Competition


Submitted by Pasadena & Foothill AIA Entries are being accepted for a birdhouse competition co-sponsored by the Pasadena and Foothill Chapter of the AIA and Pasadena Community Garden. The contest is open to professionals and amateurs of all ages. Contest registration deadline is October 1; final ... Read More »

Lost in Echo Park: Dog


LOST DOG: ran away from 1748 Kent St. Wednesday, September 9. Please contact if found. Contact: 3103632736 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Read More »

Who left the freeway lights on?


For two weeks now the green lamposts that line one side of the southbound Arroyo Seco Parkway through Elysian Park have been burning bright, day and night. Why? Because taggers spray painted over the sensors that turn the lights on and off, reports the L.A. Times. ... Read More »

Big chunk of Echo Park put up for sale


ECHO PARK — The cluster of buildings near the southwest corner of Sunset and Alvarado is home to a hodgepodge of businesses, ranging from Lucy’s laundrymat and Hit Bargain discount store to Wells Tile & Antiques and  Rewind Audio.  After being under the same ownership for ... Read More »

Blaze breaks out at Boyle Heights crematorium; chewing tobacco banned at Dodger Stadium; Oxy and Cal State L.A. land on best college rankings

Elysian Valley | Carol Sanchez

Morning Report: Thirty-six firefighters knocked down a small fire that broke out Tuesday night near the cremation ovens at Evergreen Cemetery .... The L.A. City Council voted to ban the use of chewing tobacco and all other smokeless tobacco products at Dodger Stadium and all other sports venues across the city .... Occidental College in Eagle Rock and Trinity College of Hartford, Conn were tied in the No. 43 spot on U.S. News & World Report's list of the best liberal arts colleges across the nation Read More »