Do you live in an “equity-rich” neighborhood; the Lincoln Heights sculptor behind Tommy Trojan’s female counterpart

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News & Notes From Across The Eastside

  • A new study finds that about 60% of the homeowners in Atwater Village, Echo Park and Silver Lake are “equity rich,” which is defined as those residents who “own outright more than half the estimated market value of their home and have a mortgage on the rest.” KPCC
  • Lincoln Heights sculptor Christopher Slatoff explains how he created a statue of  Hecuba, one of the mythological queens of Troy, for USC’s new shopping center and dorm complex. The new statue is being described as the female counterpart of the university’s iconic Tommy Trojan statue. L.A. Times
  • 50 songs to watch Monday’s solar eclipse by. KPCC

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