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Daily Archives: December 8, 2015

Sunset view from Silver Lake

Dan Gershon

SILVER LAKE — Another warm December day ends with a pink-tinged sunset. Dan Gershon captured the moment, complete with palms, from Silver Lake. Fill out my online form. Read More »

For Rent: Eagle Rock Home With Large Kitchen


5020 Eagle Rock Blvd | $2,800/month Get ready to chill in this fully furnished house.Quiet, secure and move in ready. Includes paid utilities: Water, Gas, Electric. Amenities include: Washer dryer, modern chefs kitchen with high end appliances, polished concrete and hardwood floors, exercise room ( convertible ... Read More »

Elysian Valley drill team steps into the holidays

1st Impression drill team performs in Highland Park | 1st Impression

ELYSIAN VALLEY -- The holiday season is parade season for coach Norma Ruiz and the 100 members of 1st Impression. In a high-ceilinged studio and gym on Gilroy Street, the drill team has been rigorously practicing new routines in preparation for the upcoming Echo Park Community Parade. It’s one of four parades the group will perform in during the holidays. Read More »

Homeless find shelter in the pews of a Highland Park church

the nela homeless access center and shelter opened at all saints episcopal church on monte vista december 1st and will continue through march 1st. the day before homeless guest were admitted, volunteer staff participated in orientation. the twenty two volunteers from various walks of life from mental health professionals to the retired and families seeking to do social work along with local activists and residents representing several nela neighbourhood councils came together to prepare for its opening night. the winter shelter is a partnership between all saints episcopal church and father prescott clark, recycled resources and the northeast homeless coalition. ascencia of glendale is acting as the fiscal administrators. other groups and collectives are being recruited as the process unfolds for things such as meals and transportation needs. total (4) imageswww.theironyandtheecstasy.mejohn urquiza/sin turistas collective

HIGHLAND PARK -- For years, the homeless of Highland Park have had to Glendale or Skid Row to find the nearest shelter. The long bus ride and the volatile environment of Skid Row had left many preferring to stay in Northeast L.A. and camp out in places like the Arroyo Seco and Sycamore Park. But now they will not have to leave the neighborhood after All Saints Episcopal Church opened its doors as NELA’s only homeless shelter and access center this month. Read More »