Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Olympic-sized challenges face Lincoln Heights rail yard plans; Echo Park photographer focuses on society’s fringe; cooking class for Atwater kids

 Lucha Reyes statue, Boyle Heights | Veroomac/Instagram

Lucha Reyes statue, Boyle Heights | Veroomac/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • A proposal to build an Olympic Village and restore the riverfront of the Piggyback rail yard in Lincoln Heights by 2024 faces numerous and costly obstacles. L.A. Times
  • American Apparel founder Dov Charney, who owns a hilltop estate in Silver Lake, and other company shareholders will be “essentially left with nothing” after the firm filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. L.A. Times
  • Echo Park resident Rick Morton works as a Hollywood set photographer but his main interest is in documenting the fringe of L.A. society.  Angeleno

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