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Glassell Park -- An ominous sky above a row of palms. Thanks to Volker Corell for sharing the photo.

In a nondescript gray box building off Verdugo Boulevard in Glassell Park, art is being mixed, poured and molded by concrete artist Krizia Flores, who is transforming the medium of sidewalks and freeways into an expressive, personal endeavor.

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Welcome to Racquet Club Road Estates, one of the most desirable and picturesque Mid-Century Modern enclaves in the heart of Palm Springs.

Glassell Park -- I had begun the evening with the notion that I would be able to waltz into a popular Silver Lake hotspot and grab a seat at the bar. Unfortunately, about a hundred other aspirants had the same idea, so I hopped in the car and drove 15 minutes to Dunsmoor in Glassell Park. I’m happy I did. Though the counter in front of the blazing oven was booked, the seats at the wine bar in the back were open and very affable indeed.

A Tesla driver who allegedly carried out a series of road-rage attacks, including one on the 2 Freeway Glassell Park, was charged with a dozen criminal counts, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced today.

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Glassell Park: Downtown glows in the distance in this view from Maricopa and Loveland drives. Thanks to Frank-Gavin Morataya for the photo.

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Glassell Park -- Reader Christina P. asked for help to identifying a Glassell Park building that had been a mystery to her for decades. The Eastsider took on the task.

Glassell Park: The  working of artist Jennifer Guidi is now on exhibition at the David Kordansky Gallery in Mid City, running until Dec. 17. Though Guidi's work is “inspired by suns, moons, flowers, birds and rainbows,” the New York Times said the paintings “belie a depth and complexity that…

Glassell Park:  Two new sets of speed tables have been installed along Verdugo Road in Verdugo Village to slow down traffic and improve safety for pedestrians, according City Council District 13. Speed tables are flat-topped, and longer than speed humps, and can also be found on Temple Stree…

Glassell Park -- Regarding the last issue's article on air raid sirens, one reader named John who grew up in Boyle Heights, remembered drills that routinely took place at 10 am on the last Friday of every month while he attended Euclid Elementary until 1969.

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