Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Author Archives: The Eastsider

Want a speed hump on your street? Now is your time to act

For those residents who want speed humps on their street, Feb. 28 was a day they have long been waiting for. That’s when the L.A. Department of Transportation began a 45-day-long application period to collect requests for the asphalt humps designed to deter speeding.  But speed ... Read More »

Franklin and Marshall score big in State Academic Decathlon; Boyle Heights rally held for man shot by police; rooftop trouble in Sunset Junction

MORNING REPORT: Congratulations to Franklin High of Highland Park and Marshall High of Los Feliz for placing in the top 5 during this weekend's 2017 California Academic Decathlon .... A rally and vigil was held Sunday in Boyle Heights for the man who was fatally shot by police at the Soto Street Gold Line station .... Police say a man in Silver Lake had to be taken off a rooftop along Lucile Avenue by the fire department on Saturday night after he refused to come down. Read More »

Fear of Trump and deportation in Boyle Heights; saying goodbye to El Arco Iris; Cesar Chavez Day closures

MORNING REPORT: The L.A. Times looks at the fear and anxiety that Donald Trump's presidency and immigration crackdown have generated among the immigrants of Boyle Heights .... The upcoming closure of El Arco Iris finds the Highland Park restaurant busy with customers savoring their final platters of enchiladas and glasses of margaritas ... City offices, including libraries, will be closed Monday, March 27 in honor of the Cesar Chavez holiday. Read More »

Tracy Do Presents a Beautiful Craftsman in Montecito Heights

This refurbished two-story Craftsman-style home is nestled on a quiet street in Montecito Heights, a neighborhood that everyone seems to be talking about. It is filled with light and features tasteful period-inspired updates that blend seamlessly with original character details, along with gorgeous wood flooring that flows throughout. Read More »