Monday, October 24, 2016

A Highland Park home with a musical past; Boyle Heights woman headed to Harvard

Boyle Heights | Esotouric

Boyle Heights | Esotouric

MOrning Report

  • The Arts & Crafts-style Hiner Home of Highland Park was built in 1922 by band leader Edwin M. Hiner and his wife, Ana, a soloist. The couple were frequently visited by marching music composer John Phillip Sousa. KCET
  • A 21-year-old woman who grew up in Boyle Heights was honored by UC Davis as its top-graduating senior. Lucydalila Cedillo has been accepted into Harvard’s Biological and Biomedical Sciences PHD Program.   Boyle Heights Beat

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  1. FYI: The link that says “KPCC” actually links to KCET

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