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The Eastsider LA - The Week's Top 10 stories
Wednesday, May 27th, 2020

The Top 10

Eagle Rock High senior dies over the weekend

Eagle Rock - Eagle Rock High School is mourning the death of a 12th-grade student, Juan Hernandez, who died over the weekend Read more

$20k chop on Atwater Village cottage; $15k cut on Cypress Park 2-bedroom; and $10k slice off Highland Park fixer

Here are some examples, followed by a breakdown by neighborhood, of recent price cuts on homes, condos, apartments and other Eastside properties. Read more

Erewhon grocery set to open in Silver Lake in mid-summer [UPDATED]

Silver Lake - The new Erewhon high-end supermarket is still on track to open sometime this summer despite the pandemic, a representative of the company said Read more

Is Taix worth saving? The question has generated a heated debate over Echo Park development

Echo Park --  Renderings of the large complex that would rise on the site of Taix restaurant generated quite a stir on social media last week. Read more

Eagle Rock pedestrians will gain more elbow room on 'Slow Streets'

Eagle Rock - Temporary signs are going up along three residential streets letting drivers know they’re sharing more of the road with pedestrians starting today, Friday May 22. Read more

L.A. area meat and food processing plants hit by large coronavirus outbreaks

Los Angeles County health officials are reporting coronavirus outbreaks at nine food processing facilities in the city of Vernon, including the Farmer John slaughterhouse, where 153 workers have tested positive for COVID-19. Read more

Sliding concrete mixer truck prompts Highland Park evacuation

Highland Park -- Thirteen homes were evacuated this afternoon after a concrete mixer truck was at risk of falling down a hillside. Read more

Highland Park's source of cruffins maybe on the move

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse is apparently looking for a new local spot to bake it's Cruffins and other pastries. Read more

Silver Lake charmer circa 1926 with one of the most jaw-dropping views in the neighborhood

This move-in ready 2BR/3BA has modern upgrades while maintaining much of its original character. Read more

In L.A., the parties -- and complaints -- don't stop, even during a pandemic

Crime in Los Angeles may be way down since the COVID-19 shutdown began, but one thing is keeping the police busy: breaking up parties. Read more