Daily Archives: December 23, 2016

Home cooks share holiday recipes and traditions

The holidays are a time when Los Angeles home cooks emerge from their kitchens with meals that reflect the city's vast variety of cultures and traditions. We asked three residents from different backgrounds to share holiday recipes and what makes these dishes a yearly tradition. Read More »

Eagle Rock Driving Directions: Take the 2 to the Obama and get off at Figueroa

EAGLE ROCK — Could there be no higher honor in Southern California than having a freeway named after you? That’s what some state legislators want to do by naming a section of the 134 Freeway  after soon-to-be-former President Barack Obama. The L.A. Times reports that state Senator Anthony Portantino with the help of State Assemblyman and Eagle Rock resident Jimmy ... Read More »

Couple squeezes into 552-square-foot Echo Park home; police search for parolee on Temple Street; Gold Line delays

MORNING REPORT: Why was that LAPD helicopter doing in hovering over Angeleno Heights and Echo Park Thursday night? ..... After purchasing a 552-square-foot Echo Park house for $495,000, a couple and their cat had to do some serious downsizing .... Gold Line riders should expect continued delays through this afternoon as Metro completes repairs damage caused by a big-rig truck that crashed into the tracks on the 210 Freeway in Pasadena Read More »