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Daily Archives: February 11, 2016

Library Ahoy! Art project floats into Echo Park Lake


ECHO PARK — Minnesota artist Sarah Peters’ “The Floating Library” bobbed gently in the middle of Echo Park Lake today, with the curious taking to pedal boats to check out the collection. Book and art lovers will have until Sunday to take a closer look before ... Read More »

New apartments and juice bar opening soon on Temple Street


HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN — The large amount of money being spent to build large, new apartment buildings along Temple Street appears to be paying off, at least for one developer. The $30 million HōM apartments on Temple at Robinson Street has yet to open. But already more than 35% of the ... Read More »

L.A. Marathon headed for Echo Park and Silver Lake this Sunday

Echo Park is Mile 6 and Silver Lake is Mile 7 in the Los Angeles Marathon, which will pass through the neighborhoods on Valentine’s Day, Sunday, Feb. 14. The first group of marathoners (those in wheelchairs and handcycles) head out of Dodger Stadium at 6:30 a.m. If you want to avoid getting your car towed or missing a bus .... Read More »

Glassell Park council elections go online; Occidental College’s first diversity officer makes her debut

Echo Park |Martin Cox

MORNING REPORT: Glassell Park residents and stakeholders will be able to register and vote online in the upcoming neighborhood council elections .... Occidental College's first diversity officer, Rhonda Brown, gets to work in the wake of student protests over allegations of racial injustice on the Eagle Rock campus .... Today's East Los Angeles Weather: Sunny, with a high of 84 and a low 56 Read More »