The Latest Issues

In this issue: The effort to declare Taix a historic landmark took a big step forward. Armed robbers hit stores in Echo Park and Historic Filipinotown on the same day. And the neigborhood's two banks temporarily suspended service.

In this issue: The neighborhood council president calls it quits -- the latest in a series of resignations. A corner near Echo Park Lake has taken a violent turn. And Stories Books & Cafe is seeking to raise $150,000 to get through the pandemic.

In this issue: Opponents against COVID-19 restrictions protested outside the home of public health director Barbara Ferrer. One shop owner worries what the latest restrictions will do to his business. And not everyone is a fan of the proposed Dodger gondola.

In this issue: A second neighborhood member of the neighborhood council has stepped down this month. A developer wants to demo a 1906 bungalow for new condos. And the Dodgers are once again playing at Chavez Ravine -- but with no fans or spitting allowed.

In this issue: The trails of Elysian Park have been closed but the farmer's market will remain open. A photographer focuses on images of the pandemic. And a neighborhood barber forced to close over the outbreak provides tips on how to give yourself a haircut.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!