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Daily Archives: May 4, 2016

My View of Echo Park: A lake and downtown vista

Echo Park Lake | 51st Assembly District

State Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez shared the view from his eighth-floor district office on Sunset Boulevard, which offers a vista of Echo Park Lake and Downtown L.A. “My view of Echo Park Lake from my district office is a beautiful reminder of the balance between nature and ... Read More »

Stunning Silver Lake Bungalow with Detached Studio


Live in the heart of at all in this stunning Silver Lake bungalow. Perched above the street with fantastic views of the hills & city, this 2BR/2BA was previously remodeled by noted designers BetterShelter and is within walking distance to everything that makes this one of the best neighborhoods in LA. Read More »

Eagle Rock Elementary PTA’s 1st Annual Community Luau


Submitted by Eagle Rock Elementary PTA Hello Eagle Rock Families and Friends! Please join us for Eagle Rock Elementary PTA’s 1st Annual Community Luau this Friday, May 6th from 5pm – 8pm. There will be very special performances of hula dancers and ukulele performers, as well ... Read More »

Lost in Echo Park: Elderly Calico cat


My 17-year old calico/tabby mix Muffin escaped from my apartment off the staircase between Effie and Mohawk off Glendale Blvd. in the afternoon of 5/3. She’s very skinny, has a stub tail, white paws, and a black spot on her head. If you see her please ... Read More »

Monte Vista 5th graders win Film Award


Submitted by Monte Vista Street Elementary School PK, 2-6 Ms. Amodeo’s 5th grade class won “Most Creative Film” at the Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles’ 9th Annual Film Festival on May 1, 2016. The film is titled “The Awakening” and the 5th grade students wrote, ... Read More »

Homelessness continues to rise in L.A.

A homeless person living in the Alvarado underpass at the 101 Freeway.

The homeless population across Los Angeles County rose 5.7% from last year to more than 46,000 despite declines in the number homeless veterans and families, according to the results of January’s Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count.  Homelessness grew at much higher rates within the City of ... Read More »

Fatal stabbing victim found in El Sereno car crash; angry about film shoots; collecting coyote poop

Boyle Heights | J.C. De Luna

MORNING REPORT: Police investigating the crash of a car into a tree in the 4100 block of Valley Boulevard in El Sereno discovered that the driver had been stabbed in the chest. The man was pronounced dead at a hospital .... Film shoots generated nearly 3,000 complaints in Los Angeles last year, with the most common filed in response to frequency of filming and loss of parking .... The National Park Service is asking for volunteers to help collect the excrement of urban coyotes as part of a study to determine what the animal eat Read More »