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New youth-at-risk refuge in Lincoln Heights; Echo Park woman decides it’s time to prep for disaster

Eastside Scene: Storefront Shadows, Echo Park | Katrina Alexy

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  • A new resource center in Lincoln Heights will provide support for at-risk-youth. KPCC
  • Novelist Diana Wagman of Echo Park decides it’s time to take disaster preparations seriously after finding an obsolete earthquake kit contained rusty batteries and baby diapers for her kids — who are now in their 20s. “I am completely unprepared for any kind of emergency”   L.A. Times
  • Umami Burger in Los Feliz was closed for one day to deal with a cockroach infestation one week after the chain’s Studio City restaurant had also closed temporarily for the same problem. Daily News

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One comment

  1. Great piece by Diana Wagman (preparing for disaster) in the LA Times. Thanks for the linkage.

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