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Daily Archives: December 8, 2016

For Sale: Renovated Spanish Style Dream | The Cacti Home

1412 Wybro Way | $499,000 | Property Website Come & indulge in the Beauty of this Wonderfully Restored Home. Featuring Amazing Hand-Crafted Detail in the Edging of the Original Hardwood Floors throughout, New Terracotta Tile in Kitchen and Porch, New Tile Roof, New Cabinets, New Counter-tops and Custom Tile Work in Kitchen & Bathroom. Plus add to your space with ... Read More »

Need to stay in shape during the holidays? Check out the Fitness section in the Eastside Guide

The Eastside Guide’s Business & Services Directory is designed to help Eastsiders find the services they need while supporting small businesses and neighborhood entrepreneurs. The businesses and services in the directory have not been reviewed nor are they endorsed by The Eastsider. Users are responsible for taking care to investigate any offers, products or services provided by businesses listed in ... Read More »

Rewards extended in the murders of two Lincoln Heights women

LINCOLN HEIGHTS — Seventeen-year-old Michelle Lozano was last seen alive across from Lincoln High school one day before her body was found in April 2011 next to the 5 Freeway in Boyle Heights. Bree’Anna Guzman, a 22-year-old single mother, went missing after she went to the Lincoln Heights Rite-Aid on the day after Christmas 2011; her body was found a month ... Read More »

Soylent CEO still facing criminal charges over Lincoln Heights container home; East L.A. students deal with Trump anxiety; Council approves new ‘mansionization’ restrictions

MORNING REPORT: Soylent Chief Executive Robert Rhinehart still faces a 2-year jail sentence related to his Lincoln Heights cargo container home ... East L.A. students worked off their anxiety over President-elect Trump at an after-school event featuring poetry writing, drawing, printmaking, game playing and meditation ... The City Council approved new restrictions on “mansionization” in single-family and hillside neighborhoods following complaints of “very boxy, ugly homes” Read More »