Boyle Heights and Pasadena churches unite after arson attacks; computer science joins the liberal arts at Occidental College

Healing: The Episcopal Church of the Angels in Pasadena welcomed parishioners from Resurrection Catholic Church of Boyle Heights for Sunday services about two months after both churches were damaged by arson attacks.  While Church of the Angels has continued to hold services, Resurrection church suffered more extensive damage and has remained closed. “This is our church trying to reach out and be helpful to another church in need,” a Church of the Angels parishioner told the Pasadena Star-News.

Technology: Occidental College has become one of the most recent liberal arts colleges to offer a major in computer science, with students at the Eagle Rock college being schooled in the impact of technology on society as well as the basics of coding. L.A. Times

Fire: Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire that broke out in the attic of a Boyle Heights home in the 700 block of S. Fresno Street. LAFD

Eastside Scene of the Day

A post shared by Megan Schwartz (@megschwartz1) on

Shadows, Debs Park | Megan Schwartz

Support The Eastsider!

Talk is Cheap, Gathering News is Not

Join the Reader Sponsors whose financial support helps defray the cost of news gathering and storytelling that keep our neighborhoods informed and connected.

Eastside Events

Submit An Event

One comment

  1. Megan Schwartz and Eastsider, thanks for glorious photograph of Debs Park.

Post a Comment

Please keep your comments civil and on topic and refrain from personal attacks. The moderator reserves the right to edit or delete any comments. The Eastsider's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy apply to comments submitted by readers. Required fields are marked *