Daily Archives: May 11, 2017

Man arrested for allegedly attacking woman in Boyle Heights church

BOYLE HEIGHTS –– Police are seeking more information about a man who was arrested for allegedly attempting to sexually assault a woman inside a Boyle Heights church this past weekend. The victim was attacked in the sacristy room of a church in the 3300 block of Opal Street  — where Resurrection Church is located — at about 10:40 am on ... Read More »

For Sale: Big Sur in Echo Park Hills

2147 Ewing St | $ 959,000 | Property Website This architectural gem has views of the Santa Monica Mountain Range and Silver Lake. It is Tree House and Serene Retreat combined. The split level home features 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, vaulted ceilings, large dining room with stained glass French Doors, and updated kitchen with stainless appliances. Lower level den ... Read More »

For Sale: Mid-Century Hideaway

3193 Buckingham | $839,000 | Property Website 2 Bed 2 Bath 1321 sqft 5240 sqft Lot Why, yes, this is the one…that bright and airy remodeled Mid-Century, behind a wall of privacy hedges, you’ve been looking for. Ah, the one with the expansive, open-floor plan? That’s right…the home, whose threshold you cross to a warm, inviting living room with the ... Read More »

For Sale: Remodeled Echo Park Home

522 N. Bonnie Brae Ave | $899,000 | Property Website Beautifully Remodeled 2 bedroom 1 bath w/bonus room plus legal studio w/bathroom. New paint, flooring, windows, kitchen cabinets with granite counter tops, bathrooms have new floors and title wall on the bath tubs, new vanities and fixtures. For more details contact: Sandra Alvarez (626) 524-0014 [email protected] Eastside Property Listings showcase ... Read More »

Stand Up or Storytelling? Here’s your guide to Eastside comedy

From alt-comedy to traditional stand-up, there is something for everyone in search of a night of comedy and humor on the Eastside. The guide below will help you figure out what to expect. Chisme Y Queso Multiple Sundays through June | Boyle Heights Center Theatre Group hosts a night of sketch comedy and improv inspired by anonymous chismes the audience ... Read More »

Alt comedy scene thrives on the Eastside

The Eastside comedy scene is drawing performers and patrons alike with its diverse lineups and DIY attitude. The shows break away from the run-of-the-mill stand-up comedy with a variety formats, including storytelling and chismes, making the Eastside a hotbed for alternative comedy. Here’s a sample of what to expect from shows in Boyle Heights, Highland Park & Silver Lake: Read More »

On The Market: Boyle Heights fixer; Glassell Park bungalow; Silver Lake Spanish near reservoir

More than five dozen single-family homes, condos and other properties went up for sale on the Eastside during the last week. Here’s a sample of what’s new on the market: Boyle Heights: 2-bedroom short-sale fixer-upper in need of major repairs. $259,000. Glassell Park: 2-bedroom bungalow with a den and covered patio area. $599,000. Silver Lake: Recently renovated 3-bedroom Spanish-style home, ... Read More »

For Sale: Spectacular Mid-Century Modern Home in Eagle Rock

Spectacular Mid-Century Modern in Eagle Rock. Built in 1959 and reimagined in 2017 this home offers 5-beds, 5-baths and 4,602 sqft of living space. Custom walnut cabinetry throughout with Bianco Carrara marble countertops, white oak floors, a grand stone fireplace and high vaulted ceilings accentuate the beauty of this home. Read More »

Walking path in the works for the top of Silver Lake dam

SILVER LAKE — The dam at the south end of Silver Lake Reservoir is said to offer striking views of the surrounding neighborhood, hillsides and, of course, the reservoir.  But few people have ever enjoyed that vista because the dam has long been closed to the public.  However,  that could be changing soon after officials announced plans to create a ... Read More »

City will pay $4.5 million over deadly Eagle Rock bike crash

EAGLE ROCK — L.A.’s uneven pavement apparently cost a cyclist his life, and will now cost the city $4.5 million dollars, according to the L.A. Times. The City Council agreed Wednesday to pay a settlement to the family of Edgardo Gabat, 56, who died in August 2014 after hitting a a 2-inch ridge in the concrete pavement along Colorado Boulevard, ... Read More »

Hit-and-run driver strikes Gold Line train; former Silver Lake priest being defrocked; making bootlegged apartments legal

MORNING REPORT: Gold Line train was struck by a hit-and-run driver near Third and Herbert streets in East Los Angeles .... A Catholic priest who once served in a Silver Lake parish is now in the process of being defrocked following allegations of sexual misconduct .... The City Council has made it easier for landlords to legalize "bootlegged" apartments created without permits Read More »