Thursday, March 30, 2017

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Brewery-bike shop proposed for Echo Park

ECHO PARK — If Highland Park can have a combination restaurant-barbershop, why can’t Echo Park have a brewery-bike shop combo? That’s what is being proposed for a commercial building on a stretch of Sunset Boulevard that has been attracting new shops, cafes, housing and nightlife. Jens ... Read More »

Los Feliz shooting victim identified; NELA police pursuit ends in South L.A.; fire breaks out in Mount Washington home

MORNING REPORT: The Los Feliz gas station clerk who was killed during a robbery last week had been identified as 34-year-old MD Mizu Rahman .... A police pursuit that began at a traffic stop in Northeast L.A. Tuesday night ended in South L.A., where the suspects surrendered without incident .... Firefighters extinguished a dryer fire that broke out in a home in the 900 block of Terrace 49 in Mount Washington before the blaze spread to the attic Read More »

Will aging millennials leave the Eastside behind?

A wave of gentrification and change has left many Eastside neighborhoods awash in craft beer, yoga mats and $1,500-a-month studio apartments.  But now there are signs that the millennials who descended on inner cities across the country as young twentysomethings will increasingly be looking to move ... Read More »

Homeless face overnight parking shortage; East Hollywood Scientology neighborhood goes for Trump; What new restaurant is coming to Figueroa?

MORNING REPORT: Homeless people living in their vehicles will be able to park on only about 10% of city streets during overnight hours as officials prepare to enforce a new restrictions beginning Feb. 6 .... The area around the Church of Scientology complex in East Hollywood was only one of seven precincts in the city that voted in favor of Donald Trump during the November presidential election .... A building permit has been issued to convert a store at 5638 N. Figueroa St. in Highland Park into a 1,769-square-foot restaurant Read More »

Protesters and Pussy Hats flood DTLA

Several blocks of Downtown L.A. were standing-room-only today as throngs of people jammed the central city to participate in the Los Angeles Women’s March and express their displeasure with newly sworn-in President Trump. Police estimated that more than 100,000 came to the march but organizers said ... Read More »

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