Archive for ‘April, 2014’


It’s a Space Fest

It’s a Space Fest

Some folks may know that Edgar Mitchell was a member of Apollo 14 in 1971 and was the sixth man to walk on the moon. Perhaps not as many know that he also is interested in “human paranormal potential” and “conducted ESP experiments with an earthbound colleague during downtime en route to the moon.” Eileen […]

Eastside Property: What does a million-dollar Highland Park house look like? Come take a peek

Eastside Property: What does a million-dollar Highland Park house look like? Come take a peek

Photo by Martha Benedict HIGHLAND PARK –  One of the first members of Highland Park’s million-dollar home club is this three-bedroom, two-bath home  that officially changed hands last week for $1 million, according to Redfin.   Located on the northern edge of Highland Park near Eagle Rock, the home on Coringa Drive received six offers and […]

Everything You Touch: Late Nite Salon

Everything You Touch:  Late Nite Salon

Glamorous muse versus Midwestern every-woman. A protégé versus the masses. Gorgeous size zero in this corner. (Admiration, envy.) Likable size 18 in this corner. (Forgettable.) Jess watches Esme. Esme does not see Jess. Boston Court presents Everything You Touch by Sheila Callaghan, directed by Jessica Kubzansky. The play is a world premier co-production with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. […]

For Sale: Condo in Silver Lake

For Sale: Condo in Silver Lake

Sponsored Post: Eastside Property Listings 1738 Silver Lake Blvd.  |  $475,000  |  Property Website 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo in the heart of Silver Lake. Walking distance to the meadow, dog park, recreation center, Satellite, LA Mill & L&E Oyster. Condo in building with 9 units and 2 enclosed parking spaces. Condo comes with stackable […]

Eastside Weekend: Northeast L.A. gallery hopping; Indian electronica & Forró

Eastside Weekend: Northeast L.A. gallery hopping; Indian electronica & Forró

This weekend’s agenda includes art and people watching across Northeast L.A. during Second Saturday Gallery Night; a classical Indian fusion and electronic concert in El Sereno; and a Forró dance party in Echo Park. What’s Forrró?  Go to Eastside Events to find out. Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Bargain hunters welcome Glassell Park’s new Goodwill store

Bargain hunters welcome Glassell Park’s new Goodwill store

Story & Photos by Brenda Rees GLASSELL PARK — “I think we had close to 600 shoppers in the first 45 minutes of the store opening,” says Sahsa Itzikman, vice president of marketing and community relations for Goodwill California about the new Goodwill flagship retail store and outlet center that opened to the public this […]

Apron Strings

Apron Strings

Karen is a professional baker. Her business, Apron Strings, is small. When you visit her sweet Craftsman house you smell fresh bread. Always. Knowing she was going to offer bread and I was going to accept, the other day I took Karen some fig preserves from Super King Market in Altadena. Fig was not an […]

The Weekend Go Go: Bowlerama, LA Times Book Fest Picks, Grand Ole Echo + More

The Weekend Go Go: Bowlerama, LA Times Book Fest Picks, Grand Ole Echo + More

Craving Coachella but don’t have the cash/car/camping gear?  This weekend, L.A. has enough fun for nonstop Go Go. Less driving.  Less sand.  Same amount of sunblock. Bowled Over Are you a passionate preservationist?  A fan of Googie architecture? Have you had your own bowling shoes and monogrammed ball since you were five? (You know who […]

Bus crash kills 10: Low-income and first generation students affected by tragedy

Bus crash kills 10: Low-income and first generation students affected by tragedy

A California Highway Patrol Officer looks over the wreckage, Friday, April 11, 2014, where a tour bus and a FedEX truck crashed on Interstate 5 Thursday in Orland, Calif.; Credit: Rich Pedroncelli/AP According to authorities, a FedEx tractor-trailer crossed over a freeway median and crashed into a bus carrying a group of high school students […]

Bus crash kills ten: low-income and first generation students affected by tragedy

Bus crash kills ten: low-income and first generation students affected by tragedy

A California Highway Patrol Officer looks over the wreckage, Friday, April 11, 2014, where a tour bus and a FedEX truck crashed on Interstate 5 Thursday in Orland, Calif.; Credit: Rich Pedroncelli/AP According to authorities, a FedEx tractor-trailer crossed over a freeway median and crashed into a bus carrying a group of high school students […]

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