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Bohemian Silver Lake Treehouse with Breathtaking Panoramic Views!

Bohemian Silver Lake Treehouse with Breathtaking Panoramic Views!

Sponsored Post 2267 Edendale Place | Silver Lake 3BR/2BA Bohemian Silver Lake Treehouse with Breathtaking Panoramic Views! Open House: Tuesday, Feb. 5: 11 am – 2 pm Sunday, Feb. 10:  1pm-4pm From the street, it’s impossible to tell what magic awaits you!  Sunlight pours into the 2BR/1BA upstairs, featuring gleaming hardwood floors throughout, open living/dining/kitchen […]

Under Trump proposal, private carriers like FedEx and UPS could access your mailbox

Under Trump proposal, private carriers like FedEx and UPS could access your mailbox

A U.S. Postal Service letter carrier delivers the mail in Shelbyville, Ky. ; Credit: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images AirTalk® The Trump administration has been exploring a proposal to privatize the United States Postal Service. The president famously tweeted critically about the postal service’s business model about a year ago and has since taken steps […]

Silver Lake apartment complex nominated as landmark; former Blue Bottle Coffee shop renting for $13,000; Carroll Avenue Victorian selling asking $1.69 million

Silver Lake apartment complex nominated as landmark; former Blue Bottle Coffee shop renting for $13,000;  Carroll Avenue Victorian selling asking $1.69 million

– Eastside Real Estate & Development News Welcome to a digest of Eastside real estate news, development and people. In this week’s issue: A Mid Century Silver Lake apartment complex by architect Allyn E. Morris has been nominated as a historic landmark. A nearly 125-year-old  Angelino Heights historic home is up for sale. The former […]

Argument at Los Globos ends in shooting outside Silver Lake club

Argument at Los Globos ends in shooting outside Silver Lake club

By RACHEL URANGA Silver Lake   — A patron at the popular Los Globos nightclub on Sunset Boulevard was shot outside the dance spot early Saturday, near closing, police said. The shooting at about 1:30 a.m. stemmed from an argument the victim, a man in his 30s, got into with another club goer inside the venue, said […]

Birds of a different feather flock to Echo Park Lake

Birds of a different feather flock to Echo Park Lake

Crested Duck at Echo Park Lake | Judy Oroshnik Echo Park — The birds that frequent Echo Park Lake are mostly a common collection of ducks, geese and pigeons. But every once in a while a few birds stand out from the rest. That’s the case with some of the birds spotted this past week at the […]

A deep dive into the charges against ‘birth tourism’ agency operators

A deep dive into the charges against ‘birth tourism’ agency operators

A pregnant woman stands in front of the entrance of Hong Kong Immigration Department on June 29, 2007 in Hong Kong, China.; Credit: MN Chan/Getty Images AirTalk® Twenty people have been charged in the largest-ever crackdown on businesses that help Chinese women travel to the United States to give birth to babies who automatically are […]

Everytable emerges at Cal State LA; Silver Lake’s Blossom has gone; pasta and more in Highland Park

Everytable emerges at Cal State LA; Silver Lake’s Blossom has gone; pasta and more in Highland Park

BY CECILIA PADILLA-BRILL Cal State LA is dishing out nutritious and affordable meals. Silver Lake has lost a Vietnamese restaurant. And there’s more to like at Highland Park’s Hippo than just pasta. Read on for this week’s issue of Eastside shopping and dining news. Healthy eating has become more accessible for students at Cal State […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Pasadena Events February 2 to 8

Looking for Something to Do? Free Pasadena Events February 2 to 8

Here are events scheduled Saturday, Feb. 2, to Friday, Feb. 8. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Bring the kids for Nature Tails Storybook Time featuring books about animals and nature Saturday, Feb. 2, at 10:30 a.m. in the Children’s Corner […]

Looking for Something to Do? Free Pasadena Events February 2 to 8

Looking for Something to Do? Free Pasadena Events February 2 to 8

Here are events scheduled Saturday, Feb. 2, to Friday, Feb. 8. All events are free, so take a look — and don’t you dare say there’s nothing to do in Pasadena! Bring the kids for Nature Tails Storybook Time featuring books about animals and nature Saturday, Feb. 2, at 10:30 a.m. in the Children’s Corner […]

Virtue versus violence in human evolution: Is humanity inherently good or instinctively evil?

Virtue versus violence in human evolution: Is humanity inherently good or instinctively evil?

Author and professor of biological anthropology Richard Wrangham; Credit: Stewart Halperin Matt Bynum | AirTalk® It’s a question as old as time. Are we as a species naturally aggressive, violent and corruptible, or are we innately selfless, civilized and peaceful? If we’ve evolved to simply do good then why do we have such a propensity […]

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