MOUNT WASHINGTON -- Just one eye of a Native American looks out behind the barrage of tagging covering the Southwest Museum Mural on Marmion Way. Artist Daniel Cervantes and a team of volunteers spent about a year working on the nearly 150-foot long mural, which was dedicated in 2004. Now, a fundraiser is being held to raise at least $20,000 to restore and maintain the artwork.
Eastside Weekend: Trains and Derby Dolls in El Sereno; bird watching on the L.A. River; street art show in Echo Park
Lot's to do this weekend - watch roller derby players or model trains roll in El Sereno or spend Saturday morning bird watching along the L.A. River.
MONTECITO HEIGHTS – The temperature topped 90 degrees today and is expected to do the same on Sunday, when more than 20,000 runners pour through the streets for the L.A. Marathon. There won’t be any relief from the heat for runners and residents until the middle ...
Today's sunset painted the sky and clouds in many colors, ranging from lava-like orange to a silvery gray. Here are some sunset views captured from Echo Park, Montecito Heights and Silver Lake.
A Homeless Town Hall this week focused on the homeless problem along the Arroyo Seco covered a wide range of questions and issues, from the need for more affordable housing to concerns about public safety and the cost of encampment clean ups. The Tuesday night panel discussion and forum at Ramona Hall included not only residents, police officers and homeless advocates, but some homeless individuals as well.
MOUNT WASHINGTON — The National Trust for Historic Preservation is scheduled to make an announcement on Thursday “about the future” of Southwest Museum, the city’s ... Read More »
How to pay for L.A. River improvements; Councilman Cedillo and bike advocates talking behind the scenes
Morning Report: After some tense public meetings and remarks, bike advocates and Councilman Gil Cedillo's office are holding behind-the-scene talks about improving bike and pedestrian safety along Figueroa ... L.A. officials are looking at taking advantage of a new state law to divert a portion of future property taxes to help pay for at least a $1 billion in L.A. River improvements ... Sign up for The Eastsider Email Digest for a daily dose of scenes, sightings and stories. Read More »
A group of residents have started a campaign that would reserve the right lanes of the Arroyo Seco Parkway only for exiting and entering the freeway in an effort reduce collisions and improve safety at the highway's notoriously short onramps and offramps. Read More »
HIGHLAND PARK -- Catch the parade of classic vintage cars motoring through Highland Park on Sunday? Nearly 100 authentic model As, Ts, jalopies, crusiners and luxury automobiles filled Galco's Soda Pop Stop on York Boulevard to capacity as part of the Horseless Carriage Club of Southern California annual Holiday Motor Excursion. Read More »
HIGHLAND PARK — Here’s a last-minute gift idea: The former Highland Park Masonic Temple, a 1920s Italian Renaissance Revival-style hall and commercial building at the ... Read More »
A walk through Belvedere Park; the Japanese churches of Boyle Heights; the death of a Silver Lake chicken
Morning Report: The Japanese churches of Boyle Heights struggle to survive and attract parishioners in a predominately Latino neighborhood ...Take a stroll around East L.A.’s biggest park and only lake. L.A. ... The perils of being a Silver Lake chicken include hungry hawks Read More »
Eastside Weekend: Closing out La Boheme; “Piñata Dreams” at Casa 0101; Margaret’s story at Bootleg Theater
A play about piñatas, an exhibit of one-of-kind holiday ornaments, posadas and a show by a Guatamalan rock group are on tap for this weekend before Christmas. Read More »
L.A. River rescue; power out in Echo Park, Highland Park, Los Feliz & Silver Lake; Gold Line trains delayed; rain everywhere [updated]
Two persons were plucked from the rain-swollen L.A. River and power went out in parts of Echo Park, Silver Lake and Los Feliz this morning as a powerful and fast-moving Pacific storm drenched the area. Downed trees and power lines snarled traffic, and Gold Line train service was disrupted after a tree fell near a station in Pasadena. Here's a run down of some storm and possibly storm related news as well as any updates: Read More »