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Sofa designed by Echo Park artist sells for nearly $100,000; Councilman Huizar calls Trump a “tyrant;” the son of a mariachi grows up to be a rock singer

Today's Photo: View from underneath Riverside Bridge in Elysian Valley | Laurie Avocado

Today’s Photo: View from underneath Riverside Bridge in Elysian Valley | Laurie Avocado

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  • The auction of David Bowie’s art collection included a  sofa designed by Echo Park artist Peter Shire that sold for $97,417.  The Big Sur sofa, which was created during the 1980s, was expected to fetch only about $6,000. Business Insider
  • 14th District Councilman Jose Huizar called Donald Trump a “tyrant” apparently in response to the president-elect’s unproven claims of voter fraud in California and other states. L.A. Observed
  • Venancio Bermudez, the son of a mariachi who is now a member of the rock band The Tracks, talks about his Boyle Heights roots. L.A. Weekly

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