Atwater recycling fire; Lincoln Heights dad speaks out after ICE detention; actress sells Echo Park house for $950k

Eastside Scene: Sunset along the L.A. River, Glassell Park | Jesse Carmichael

News & Notes From Across The Eastside

  • A fire that broke out Friday night in the outdoor section of an Atwater Village recycling facility was quickly extinguished without any structures being damaged. LAFD
  • KPCC interviewed Romulo Avelica Gonzalez, the Lincoln Heights father who was released this week by U.S. Customs & Immigration Enforcement six months after he was picked up while dropping off his daughters at school. “Don’t give up,” said Gonzalez, who is in the U.S. illegally, to other undocumented immigrants in a similar situations. “Keep moving ahead.”
  • TV Actress Melanie Lynskey sold her 4-bedroom bungalow in the “once slightly dicey but speedily gentrifying and increasingly expensive” Echo Park for $950,000 — $51,000 over the asking price. Variety

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  1. Once dicey means full of minorities

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