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Daily Archives: January 11, 2017

Silver Lake house designed by Richard Neutra declared a National Historic Landmark

SILVER LAKE — Richard Neutra’s VDL Research House was today named a National Historic Landmark, with the well-preserved Mid-Century-home serving as “among the key properties to understanding the national significance of Richard Neutra.” The home, located across from the Silver Lake Reservoir in the 2300 block of West Silver Lake Drive, was one of 24 new national historic landmarks announced ... Read More »

The Rental Girl is Shiny and New in 2017!

Lots of new and exciting things are happening at The Rental Girl in 2017, and you may find yourself asking what the heck are these girls up to? Well...let’s get you all caught up so you don’t miss out on the fun this year from your go-to LA leasing and sales agency. #YearoftheYes Read More »

City moves to give Temple Street ficus trees the axe

ECHO PARK — The former Temple Street home of the Derby Dolls roller derby league is gone, demolished to make way for a huge new apartment complex. Now, a row of towering ficus trees in front of the now vacant parcel is also likely to disappear from the landscape. Resident Oliver Wilson spotted notices to remove the three ficus trees, ... Read More »

86-year-old man goes missing in Los Feliz; $15 million bond approved for Eagle Rock project; bilingual Aladdin plays Boyle Heights

MORNING REPORT: Police are asking the public for help to find Charles Alatorre, an 86-year-old Latino suffering from dementia who was last seen on Jan. 8 in the 3900 block of Clayton Avenue in Los Feliz .... The City Council approved a $15 million housing bond to build a four-story, mixed-use building in Eagle Rock that will include 25 apartments for low-income seniors .... A bilingual version of Disney's Aladdin will be presented at Casa 0101 Theater in Boyle Heights Read More »

Literary Death Match @ Riot LA Comedy Festival – Jan 21

When Literary Death Match debuted in a Manhattan speakeasy in 2006, it was simply a whim, an oddball mash-up to test the boundaries of literature and comedy. Now, the live event — hosted by writer-comedian Adrian Todd Zuniga — is a cultural powerhouse that’s been featured in over 60 cities around the globe. Read More »