Boyle Heights friendships going strong after 80 years; sister of Arielle Kebbel explains why she went missing for two weeks

BFFs: A half-dozen women who became friends attending Sheridan Street Elementary in Boyle Heights 80 years ago still meet once a month to reminisce and share new stories. L.A. Times

Bipolar:  The sister of  actress Arielle Kebbel explains why she went missing for two weeks  in January, touching off a widespread search after she was last seen on a Silver Lake street.  Julia Kebbel,  who is director of promotions at NBC Universal, said she is bipolar and suffered “a psychotic break from reality” when she and her dog went missing.  Hollywood Reporter

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