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Bungalow courts as endangered species; lawsuit filed over deadly Lincoln Heights pit bull attack; Echo Park’s Arrow de Wilde rising on the rock music scene

Bungalows:  L.A. bungalow courts “are increasingly at risk” as soaring land values prompt owners to sell the properties for development. Only about 350 bungalow courts remain across the city. Curbed L.A.

Lawsuit: The widow of a 76-year-old Lincoln Heights man who died last year after being attacked by two pit bulls has filed a lawsuit against the dogs’ owners and is seeking damages. My News LA

Echo Park Roots:  Arrow de Wilde, who grew up in Echo Park,  is a rising star on the music scene as the lead singer of Starcrawler, a rock band with a new album released by Ryan Adams and a music video shot in a Silver Lake donut shop. L.A. Times & Vulture

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