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Bulletin Board: Northeast L.A. short film festival seeks entries

Northeast Los Angeles Art is seeking submissions for the first ever Northeast L.A. Short Film Festival Series that will be held at the Highland Theare in Highland Park. The series begins on July 26 but film submissions are due by June 15. Submissions must be no longer than 20 minutes. A fee of $10 will be charged. Click here for ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Atwater Art Walk seeing submissions

Submitted by the Atwater Art Walk It’s our pleasure to announce the Second Annual Atwater Artwalk!  Join us on June 16th on Glendale Blvd. Featuring: This year we’re back with a Grand Prize of $1,000. Several locations along the boulevard will feature artwork. Interactive art – a collective project made during the Art Walk. Live Music! Each submission costs $25. ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: First-time home buyer seeks agent recommendations

Submitted by Maggie Decker I am a first time buyer looking for a condo in Los Feliz/Silver Lake area, and I was wondering if anyone had any trust worthy real estate agents they could recommend that work in the area. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Bulletin Board is a place where Eastsiders can post announcements, milestones & messages. Read More »

Bulletin Board: Small business program hosts social media & marketing workshop

Submitted by Search to Involve Pilipino Americans The Small Business Development Program at Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) will be having a free workshop on Wednesday, May 2 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at SIPA. This workshop, entitled “Connect Your Business to the Web: Plug in to Social Media & E-mail Marketing,” is open to all current and new small ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Section of L.A. River bike path to be closed on May 6

Submitted by Scott Levin Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge will host a 5K Fun Run on Sunday, May 6 in celebration of the Los Angeles River. The route will take runners (and walkers!) along the banks of the river  in celebration of its beauty. Cyclists should note the closure of the Los Angeles River bike path from 4 AM until 11:00 AM. on May 6th from Los Feliz Boulevard to Marsh Park. Read More »

Bulletin Board: Echo Park Art Walk seeking artists & venues

The Echo Park Art Walk is a one day event on  Saturday, May 19 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. that will turn the neighborhood into a fun, playful and engaging artistic landscape! Ready for a sidewalk adventure? Explore and discover chain link fence galleries, driveway theaters, sidewalk chalk art, performance art, live music, film screenings, food trucks, sidewalk dancing, ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: 2nd Annual Atwater Village Simplicity Sale

Submitted by the Northland Village Church This is the time of year to simplify. We gather stuff throughout the year that can clutter our lives. Come declutter with the community at the 2nd Annual Atwater Village Simplicity Sale. We’ll provide you with a 10 by 10 space on the balcony of the Revo Cafe and lots of buyers, and you ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Free tax preparation for working families

Submitted by East LA Community Corporation East LA Community Corporation in partnership with Pan American Bank and the Center for Asset Building Opportunities (CABO) is offering free tax preparation through the Greater Los Angeles Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). The service is to help working families in Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles  save money by providing free income tax  ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Entrepreneur Training Program seeking applicants

Submitted by Search to Involve Pilipino Americans The Small Business Development Program at Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) is currently opening enrollment to all new and current small business owners for the upcoming Entrepreneur Training Program (ETP). The classes will be held Monday & Wednesday evenings @ 6:30pm beginning Monday, March 5 through Wednesday, March 28. Classes are held ... Read More »

Bulletin Board: Occidental College seeking local voices for college chorus

Submitted by Occidental College Residents of Eagle Rock, Highland Park and other nearby neighborhoods who love to sing are invited to join the Occidental College Chorus.  This large ensemble is comprised of Occidental students, alumni, employees and local community members, and practice is every Monday night, 7:30-9:45 p.m. at Booth Hall on the College campus. The choir sings classical, gospel ... Read More »

Echo Park residents rethink Glendale Boulevard

Submitted by Josh Post WHAT: Urban planner James Rojas will lead the community in “Rethinking Glendale Blvd.,” a free interactive workshop to beautify a car-clogged corridor in the Echo Park neighborhood. Rojas invites adults and children to use colorful blocks and recycled objects to shape their visions toward a revitalized Glendale Boulevard.  The event is a collaborative effort between Rojas, community organizer Josh Post and Echo Park Patch.com. ... Read More »

Silver Lake photo program seeking mentors to work with young cancer patients

Information submitted by Pablove Shutterbugs The Pablove Shutterbugs program, which works with young cancer patients, is looking for photography instructors, mentors and other volunteers to help during their upcoming, eight-week program in Silver Lake. “Pablove Shutterbugs seeks to teach children living with cancer to develop their creative voice through the art of photography,” said Program Co-founder and Chairperson Catherine Berclaz. “We ... Read More »

Metrolink maintenance yard meeting to be held

Submitted by D. Edwardson Residents of Cypress Park and Elysian Valley concerned about pollution and noise from the Metrolink maintenance yard will have a follow up community meeting on January 25. See flyer below for details. Bulletin Board is a place where Eastsiders can post announcements, milestones & messages. Read More »

Volunteers needed for El Sereno windstorm clean up

Submitted by Anthony Manzano: To address the thousands of palm fronds and tree branches that still litter El Sereno streets, we were able to secure from Sanitation large trucks to remove as much debris as possible on Saturday morning [Dec 10]. The office of Councilmember Jose Huizar, the Department of Sanitation and a number of local volunteers will join to ... Read More »