Daily Archives: February 17, 2017

For Sale: Brendan Curran presents Spanish Revival in Highland Park

4755 Lincoln Avenue | $999,000 | Property Website Have you recently had the urge to move overseas, yet reluctant to leave your LA life behind? Now you can experience the allure of Spain while living just one block from York Blvd. This 1930 Spanish Revival has been restored to its original charm with tasteful upgrades to fit your modern living. ... Read More »

Storm slams Eastside [updated]

Trees toppled, power was knocked and storm drains overflowed as the heavy storm that had been expected for a few days arrived this afternoon, drenching the Eastside and the rest of the Los Angeles area. Almost two inches of rain fell on Downtown by the evening and more rain – though not as heavy – is expected to keep falling ... Read More »

Live in La La Land!

"City of stars, are you shining just for me?” The musical comedy La La Land is a beautiful reminder of the dreamy wonderland we’ve come to know and love as the City of Angels. If you were enchanted with the backdrop of the movie, then you’ll swoon over the homes The Rental Girl is showing at this weekend’s Saturday Rent Crawl Read More »

The Victorian era meets modern art at Heritage Square

MONTECITO HEIGHTS —  An exhibit that opens this week at the Heritage Square Museum seeks to build a bridge between old Los Angeles and modern art. Crickets, a solo-show featuring the work of Aitor Lajarin, is the first exhibit of Inhabit Heritage Square, a program intended to use the compound of 19th Century buildings and the surrounding neighborhoods as inspiration for contemporary ... Read More »

Glassell Park candidates forum attracts a lively crowd

GLASSELL PARK — A large and often rowdy crowd packed the auditorium at Sonia Sotomayor Learning Academy Thursday night for a Council District 1 candidates forum. Many ignored pleas not to applaud, heckle or interrupt the four candidates — Joe Bray-Ali, incumbent Gil Cedillo, Giovany Hernandez and Jesse Rosas, said Martha Benedict, who took photos of the event, organized by ... Read More »

City cracks down on cash-for-keys; where to stock up on sandbags

MORNING REPORT: A new city law has targeted the "cash-for-keys" practice in which landlords offer tenants cash to move out of their rent-controlled apartments. In some cases, the offer is well below what tenants could receive under city law .... Need a sandbag? L.A. residents can pick up to 25 bags (while supplies last) at fire stations in Eagle Rock in El Sereno Read More »

For Sale: The Beauty on the Knoll…

915 N. Avenue 63 | $855,000 | Property Website By the time you move in, spring will have sprung. The resident caterpillars, hosted on the asclepias curassavica, will now be monarchs fluttering about your garden getting ready for their journey to Mexico…and you?You’re sliding barefoot with joy, on the bright wood floors, doing your best “Risky Business” …because you scored ... Read More »