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Daily Archives: November 4, 2015

How to be a Good Neighbor: Panel on Communities & Change

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Join us on Saturday, Nov. 14 for a conversation about communities and change. How can we create neighborhoods that reflect the best of us? How do we honor longtime residents and key cultures and also encourage economic vitality? Panel: Helen Leung | Co-Executive Director, LA-Más (moderator) ... Read More »

Echo Park school locked down [updated]


Mayberry Street Elementary on the border of Echo Park and Silver Lake had been locked down briefly this afternoon, according to a school employee. LAPD was searching for a burglary suspect nearby, according to preliminary information. Update @ 12:41 pm: The locked down has been lifted, said ... Read More »

Chicken chipotle pizza now serving in El Sereno

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EL SERENO — When Hugo Izquierdo craved a pizza, he often had to leave the neighborhood,  heading west and “over the hill” to Highland Park or traveling east to Alhambra to enjoy a satisfying piece of pie. Now, he just walks three blocks from his home ... Read More »

Echo Park pedestrian dies after being hit by bike rider

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ECHO PARK — The 77-year-old pedestrian who was struck by a cyclist last this month while crossing Glendale Boulevard has died of his injuries, police said. Levon Avetisyan died on Sunday, Nov. 1, said Felix Padilla, a detective with the LAPD Central Traffic Division.  While collisions ... Read More »

Dodgers season tickets to cost more; Father Boyle’s 30-year mission to combat gang violence

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MORNING REPORT : Dodger fans will be paying more for season tickets next year, but team management says the prices will remain the lowest for pro sports events in L.A. and"several thousand" people are on the waiting list to buy the 35,000 available seats .... Father Greg Boyle, the Catholic priest who founded Homeboy Industries, may have slowed down but remains committed to his 30-year-long mission to fight gang violence with jobs ....Happening Today: Whole Foods will officially open its new, 41,000-square-foot Downtown L.A store this morning Read More »