In this issue: A new bookstore/art gallery has opened in the neighborhood. The owner of a tea shop is prepared for a potential boba shortage. And Dodger Stadium has set a section for fully vaccinated fans.
Echo Park - A new bookstore has taken over a small storefront near the intersection of Echo Park and Morton Avenues - and squarely in the intersection of books and art.
A federal judge today issued orders restricting the Los Angeles Police Department's use of 40mm and 37mm projectile launchers against crowds of protesters, allowing their use only against people who pose a clear threat of serious bodily harm to others.
In this issue: The future of Burrito King is up in the air after more than 50 years in business. Dodger fans were able to enjoy $100 million worth of renovations for the first time. And a neighborhood school welcomed back students to class.
Echo Park - Baby Blues on Sunset -- the Southern-inspired barbecue that opened four years ago next to Taix French restaurant -- is up for grabs.
In this issue: A look at the 64-square-foot homes that will shelter the homeless. The Dodger season opener has been adapted to the pandemic. And we have new places to shop for books and lingerie in the neighborhood.
Echo Park - A Tiny Home Village for homeless residents is taking shape at Alvarado Street and Scott Avenue, and should be completed on June 10 - if not earlier - according to a spokesperson for Lehrer Architects.
Baseball season is back! Our World Series Champions are on the field again Friday, April 9th. In honor of Dodger's Opening Day, here are the specials being offered near Echo Park.
In this issue: We cover the fallout from the closure of the Echo Park Lake encampment and protests. A crashed into a home near the top of Alvarado. And 20 certified candidates are running in next week's neighborhood council election.
Echo Park - “There will be no living at the lake,” City Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell said, in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter.
Echo Park - A video released On Tuesday shows a Los Angeles Police Department officer at protests over the clearing of the homeless encampment at Echo Park Lake appearing to fire a projectile weapon at protesters who did not pose a physical threat, in violation of the department's policies.
Echo Park - “A public park on the edge of downtown Los Angeles never should have been allowed to become an encampment,” said Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez - criticizing city leaders not so much for Thursday's shutdown of the park, but for the two years in which the lakeside tent ci…
Members of the City Council reacted after police were called in to assist with the shut down Echo Park Lake and closure of its large homeless encampment, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Echo Park - The LAPD today said that 182 demonstrators were arrested last night during protests over the closure of the once sprawling homeless encampment at Echo Park Lake.
Echo Park - It was another night of unrest in Echo Park as police and protestors faced off in the heart of the neighborhood over the removal of the large homeless encampment at Echo Park Lake.
Echo Park - Residents awoke to find Echo Park Lake fenced off this morning as the city moved ahead to clear a large homeless encampment and close the park for what's being described as more than $500,000 in repairs.
In this issue: Are the days numbered for the Echo Park Lake homeless encampment? The Dream Center serves its 5 millionth meal. And fans will need to wear face coverings at Dodger Stadium
Echo Park - Police in riot-gear sealed off Echo Park Lake tonight after officials announced plans to close the park with one of the city's largest and most prominent homeless encampments.
From cash-less concessions to advance-purchase of parking, the experience at Dodger Stadium will be decidedly different under guidelines announced by the team Wednesday as it prepares to welcome back fans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Echo Park - A few hundred activists, students and homeless residents gathered at Echo Park Lake this morning to oppose the city's plans to close the park and remove of a homeless encampment.
Echo Park - Activists plan to gather at Echo Park Lake Wednesday morning ahead of the city's plans to close the park where well more than a hundred people have taken up residence.
Echo Park -- City officials are preparing to close Echo Park Lake, which has become the site of one of the city's largest and most highly visible homeless encampments.
Echo Park - QueensCare Health Centers said a thief broke into their office on Reno Street earlier this month, stealing money and equipment from the front-office area.
In this issue: The Echo Park encampment is back in the media spotlight. A potential homicide victim was found just east of Angeleno Heights. And a look at the family behind Chinatown Express.
A man was found dead late last week from an apparent homicide, with lacerations to his head and chest area, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Echo Park - The lake encampment gets a lengthy examination by the L.A. Times. The homeless camp, which has grown to more than 170 tents and structures is like “a commune-like society” with shared food, a garden and a “a veneer of self-policing and a tenuous grasp on basic sanitation.”
Echo Park - The final price tag seems to be in for the popular new skate park near Echo Park Lake, and once again the cost is much higher than previously estimated, according to a report to the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners.
In this issue: Vehicle thefts are way up this year. Barlow Hospital is planning a big expansion. And welcome to a wine bar that makes you feel at home.
Echo Park - A large, new skilled-nursing facility may be headed for the grounds of Barlow Respiratory Hospital next to Elysian Park, according to Barlow’s public relations director Julia Robinson Shimizu.
Echo Park - The home where artist Stephan von Huene once pioneered the use of sound in media art has been approved as a city historic landmark.
In this issue: A painter captures images of the tent city at Echo Park Lake. Anti-vaxers once again descend on the Dodger Stadium vaccination site. And an Angelino Heights Craftsman gets an extreme makeover (What's that rock doing in the middle of the dinning room table?)
Since last March, personal care businesses – nail salons, beauty parlors, barber shops, etc. – have been on a roller coaster that often kept owners struggling to keep up with the ramifications. Recently, the LA County Department of Public Health allowed personal care businesses to once again welcome customers back indoors at a limited capacity.
- Police seek truck driver in Boyle Heights hit-and-run that left cyclist severely injured
- Cal State LA plans require vaccinations before students and staff can return to campus
- A new place for books | Bracing for "Bobageddon" | Dodger fan vax perks
- Living the coffee house dream in Highland Park
- L.A. schools chief Austin Beutner to leave job after three years
- L.A. Councilmember Nithya Raman criticized for reportedly leaving meetings early
- Two-vehicle crash in Silver Lake - suspect flees, ditching gun
- Man killed on Boyle Heights freeway
- Pasadena Mayor slams plan for homeless village in Eagle Rock
- Three wounded in East LA bar shooting
- Man wounded in Arroyo Bike Path shooting
- 70-year-old woman badly beaten on Metro bus in Eagle Rock
- Saturday night shooting leaves one man dead in East LA
- A new place for books and art in Echo Park
- All Signs Point to Homes in Glassell Park & El Sereno
- An oasis in Atwater Village
- You can be the next Burrito King of Echo Park -- for $120,000
- L.A. schools chief Austin Beutner to leave job after three years
- Kirstie Alley sells Los Feliz home for $7.8 million | E. Hollywood apartments get funded | Modular offices for Glassell Park
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