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I was walking with Wilma one day when I noticed that a pretty plant perched on many a front step we passed. Tied around the festive wrapping paper was a card that said “Enjoy your pepper plant!” on one side and showed a business card on the other. Pretty soon we met the woman in […]

One dead, four injured in Echo Park house fire [updated @10:47 am]

One dead, four injured in Echo Park house fire [updated @10:47 am]

Photo by Merrick Morton ECHO PARK — One man was killed and four persons were injured in a house fire this morning on Alvarado Street near Kent Street, according to the L.A. Fire Department. It took more than 50 firefighters to put out the blaze that broke out at about 8:30 a.m. in a one-story home, […]

Found in Montecito Heights: Small white dog

Found in Montecito Heights: Small white dog

Small white dog found on corner of Montecito Drive and Griffin Ave. Female, no collar Contact: 310-666-9631 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Become an Eastside Animals sponsor Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Found in Silver Lake: Young-ish Grey Female Pit

Found in Silver Lake: Young-ish Grey Female Pit

Last night I found this young-ish grey female pit on the corner of N. Reno St & Jewel St in Silver Lake. She has a red collar, but no tag and she isn’t chipped. Seems friendly but definitely frightened. Hoping to find her parents, she misses them! Contact: pmbailey@gmail.com Want to publish a Lost & […]

How green screens are changing the entertainment industry

How green screens are changing the entertainment industry

Green screens have become ubiquitous in Hollywood; Credit: Photo by Mark Sebastian via Flickr Creative Commons Everyone has an opinion about visual effects and the prevalence of green screens in cinema. “Mad Max: Fury Road” was applauded for minimal use of it. Sir Ian McKellan said he wanted to quit acting while filming the first […]

Summertime – And the Livin’ is Easy!

Summertime – And the Livin’ is Easy!

It’s officially summer and though the temps are on the rise (and aren’t callin’ it quits anytime soon) we still can’t help ourselves by getting in the spirit. Beaches, BBQ’s, vacations, road trips. We love it all! We have a new summertime display up right near the back parking lot entrance with some amazing summertime […]

Councilman Ryu seeks to halt LaBonge’s last-minute spending; L.A. Coroner gift shop under review; don’t let Fido freakout over fireworks

Councilman Ryu seeks to halt LaBonge’s last-minute spending; L.A. Coroner gift shop under review; don’t let Fido freakout over fireworks

Newly elected 4th District Councilman David Ryu wants to block plans to give more than $600,000 to various community groups and projects that were approved in the final weeks by his predecessor, Tom LaBonge.  L.A. Now The County Coroner is reviewing the operations of Skeletons in the Closet, its Lincoln Heights gift shop that sells […]

Death penalty’s future in California after Supreme Court OK’s execution drug

Death penalty’s future in California after Supreme Court OK’s execution drug

Californians did not vote down the death penalty in the 2012 election cycle; Credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Over the next 120 days, California Governor Jerry Brown and prison officials will be working to come up with a one-drug lethal injection method for the nearly 750 inmates on California’s death row, the largest in the nation. […]

Health care experts debate privacy threat of Covered California’s patient data collection

Health care experts debate privacy threat of Covered California’s patient data collection

Dr. Jason Greenspan (L) and emergency room nurse Junizar Manansala care for a patient in the ER of Mission Community Hospital.; Credit: David McNew/Getty Images Covered California, the Affordable Care Act’s state exchange in California, will collect insurance company data on prescriptions, doctor visits and hospital stays, a move that has stirred serious concerns about […]

Jupiter and Venus have a close encounter over Echo Park Lake

Jupiter and Venus have a close encounter over Echo Park Lake

Jupiter and Venus between the palms at Echo Park Lake | Waleed Anbar Photo by Waleed Anbar ECHO PARK — Self described astronomy geek Waleed Anbar took photos of Tuesday night’s conjunction of Jupiter and Venus . There were a lot of people out at the lake, and many seemed to be taking in the […]

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