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Find out what's open and changed during the coronavirus pandemic

In-person dining will be shut down tomorrow night for the next three weeks at Los Angeles County restaurants, with a divided Board of Supervisors today upholding the closure despite questions about whether eateries were being unduly punished for the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.

In this issue, a group of City Terrace neighbors shows that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. We taste the flavors of Ensenada seafood tacos. And we'll tell out how a high-speed chase ended in East Los Angeles (spoiler: not well for the suspect).

En este número, damos una mirada a como una organización trabaja para prevenir el abuso y asalto sexual en el Este de Los Ángeles, recordamos a un héroe del este en el Día de los Veteranos; y ponderamos el futuro del edificio Tamal.

East Los Angeles -- A pursuit suspect was arrested Monday evening after leading authorities on a high-speed chase from Riverside County to East Los Angeles, where he ran from his pickup truck and into a neighborhood.

The continuing surge in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County will inevitably lead to more hospitalizations and potentially deaths, health officials warned today, adding that if numbers persist upward, the county may be forced to impose more restrictions on public activity.

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In this issue, we introduce you to a kid from East LA who studied with Jaime Escalante at Garfield High and now leads a team that works on NASA’s Mars rover. Learn the latest on the Nuevo Amanecer fire. And a first look at East LA election results

En este número, conocemos a una maestra de City Terrace que construye una comunidad en su canal de YouTube. Obtenemos un vistazo al hogar en East LA de la estrella del Galaxy Efraín Álvarez. Y volvemos al bulevar Whittier para un triunfo más del púrpura y dorado.

I'm very sad to report the death of Aurelio Jose Barrera, a talented and dedicated photographer who contributed numerous photos to the Eastsider over the past decade. Most were from East Los Angeles, where he lived with his family.

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September's fire at the Nuevo Amanecer development on First Street came close to destroying the former Unique Theater, a 1920s movie house that hearkened to an era when neighborhoods like East Los Angeles were true hubs of entertainment.

En este número, conocemos a una maestra de City Terrace que construye una comunidad en su canal de YouTube. Obtenemos un vistazo al hogar en East LA de la estrella del Galaxy Efraín Álvarez. Y volvemos al bulevar Whittier para un triunfo más del púrpura y dorado.

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East Los Angeles -- A 23-year-old man found lying in a street Thursday night died at a hospital from injuries suffered in an apparent gang-related attack, authorities said today.

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In this issue, we look at how a pilot program might make things easier for street vendors. More than a dozen cars were stolen in only a week. And are you ready for vegan carne asada tacos?

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