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In this issue: A look at the 64-square-foot homes that will shelter the homeless. The Dodger season opener has been adapted to the pandemic. And we have new places to shop for books and lingerie in the neighborhood.
In this issue: We cover the fallout from the closure of the Echo Park Lake encampment and protests. A crashed into a home near the top of Alvarado. And 20 certified candidates are running in next week's neighborhood council election.
In this issue: Are the days numbered for the Echo Park Lake homeless encampment? The Dream Center serves its 5 millionth meal. And fans will need to wear face coverings at Dodger Stadium
In this issue: The Echo Park encampment is back in the media spotlight. A potential homicide victim was found just east of Angeleno Heights. And a look at the family behind Chinatown Express.
In this issue: Vehicle thefts are way up this year. Barlow Hospital is planning a big expansion. And welcome to a wine bar that makes you feel at home.
In this issue: A painter captures images of the tent city at Echo Park Lake. Anti-vaxers once again descend on the Dodger Stadium vaccination site. And an Angelino Heights Craftsman gets an extreme makeover (What's that rock doing in the middle of the dinning room table?)
In this issue: One of the most notable of RVs parked around the lake catches fire. The Dodger vaccination site is back in business. Meet the people who designed and live in the "Jungle Gym House."
In this issue: There was a rollover crash at Sunset Boulevard and Echo Park Avenue. The Dream Center has been sued over a drug overdose. And a look at two Echo Park chefs who now work out of their homes.