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Hollywood talent agency to open Boyle Heights art space; family sets up funeral fundraiser for Cypress Park hit-and-run victim

Atwater Village | Luis Lopez

Atwater Village | Luis Lopez

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  • Beverly Hill-based United Talent Agency is opening a 4,000-square-foot art venue in Boyle Heights next month. U.T.A. Art Space, which will host exhibitions, film screenings and performances, will open on Anderson Street as anti-gentrification activists have been trying to force out existing galleries from the neighborhood. Art News
  • The family of Jasmine Carrillo, who was killed last week after being struck by a hit-and-run driver in Cypress Park,  has set up an online fundraiser to defray funeral expenses.  Carrillo, who lived in Highland Park, leaves behind a 10-year-old son, said her cousin, Jennifer R.  Go Fund Me

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