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Boyle Heights bar sued over criminal activity; Glassell Park “land art” features native plants; L.A. jobless rate keeps dropping

Echo Park | Andy House

Echo Park | Andy House

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  • The District Attorney has filed suit against the owner and landlord of El Troquedero, a Boyle Heights bar that allegedly has an ” open-door policy for gang members” and  has been the scene of shootings, drug sales and other criminal activities.The suit seeks to keep the owner at least 1,000 feet away from the bar while it operates under a court-ordered receiver. L.A. Weekly
  • A native plants garden now growing near the L.A. River in Glassell Park is part of Los Angeles’ first public art biennial. The artist is encouraging others to plant similiar pieces of “land art.”   L.A. Times
  • The unemployment rate in L.A. County last month dropped to 4.8%, the lowest level in 9 years. Thousands of jobs were added in the tourism and lodging as well as in the higher paying business and professional services sectors. KPCC
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