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Found in Highland Park: Sweet Maltese

Found in Highland Park: Sweet Maltese

Found this total sweetie on Meridian and Ave 59 in Highland Park at 5pm on 1-13-16. She has a red collar but no tags. I think it’s a girl but not 100 percent sure. Contact: Tyrrellshaffner@hotmail.com Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Become an Eastside Animals sponsor Read […]

Million-dollar makeover in the works for Whittier Boulevard in Boyle Heights

Million-dollar makeover in the works for Whittier Boulevard in Boyle Heights

Whittier Boulevard at Boyle Avenue BOYLE HEIGHTS —  When it has come to improving neighborhood streets, the city has focused much of its attention on thoroughfares like Cesar Chavez Avenue and East First Street.  Now, it looks like Whittier Boulevard  may also be getting some help to make it more safer, attractive and pedestrian friendly. […]

The quizzical sport of Oscar award predictions

The quizzical sport of Oscar award predictions

Announcement cards and envelopes by designer Marc Friedland which are used by presenters at the Oscars to announce winners.; Credit: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images Forecasting Academy Award nominees is a complex, fun, and influential game. The top predictors in showbiz can be found on the website Gold Derby, including film critic Thelma Adams. Adams and her […]

What lies ahead after NFL owners approve Inglewood stadium, Rams move to LA

What lies ahead after NFL owners approve Inglewood stadium, Rams move to LA

Inglewood’s mayor poses with L.A. Rams fans at an Inglewood City Council meeting.; Credit: Ben Bergman/KPCC More than two decades after the Raiders and Rams played their last games in Southern California, professional football is returning to the Los Angeles market. 30 of the 32 NFL team owners voted in favor of St. Louis Rams’ […]

What lies ahead after NFL owners approve Inglewood stadium, Rams move to LA

What lies ahead after NFL owners approve Inglewood stadium, Rams move to LA

Inglewood’s mayor poses with L.A. Rams fans at an Inglewood City Council meeting.; Credit: Ben Bergman/KPCC More than two decades after the Raiders and Rams played their last games in Southern California, professional football is returning to the Los Angeles market. 30 of the 32 NFL team owners voted in favor of St. Louis Rams’ […]

What lies ahead after NFL owners approve Inglewood stadium, Rams move to LA

What lies ahead after NFL owners approve Inglewood stadium, Rams move to LA

Inglewood’s mayor poses with L.A. Rams fans at an Inglewood City Council meeting.; Credit: Ben Bergman/KPCC More than two decades after the Raiders and Rams played their last games in Southern California, professional football is returning to the Los Angeles market. 30 of the 32 NFL team owners voted in favor of St. Louis Rams’ […]

In the Spirit of MLK, Jr.

In the Spirit of MLK, Jr.

Information below—regarding events celebrating and embodying the philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.—is thanks to Pasadena MLK Community Coalition: Saturday, January 16, 2015 @ 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. MLK Day of Service:  A Day On, Not Off Hamilton Middle School 2089 Rose Villa Street | Pasadena, CA  91107 Description: On the Saturday before the MLK Day […]

The Jubilee Singers: MLK Weekend Concert

The Jubilee Singers: MLK Weekend Concert

Forty-seven years ago, professor, conductor, and Los Angeles native Albert McNeil created The McNeil Jubilee Singers and in 1968 the Singers went on their first European tour. What do they sing? “The vast body of folk music termed ‘African-American.’ Donna Perlmutter of the L. A. Times has reviewed the Singers, writing: “It doesn’t take strict […]

Water is in short supply at Debs Park pond

Water is in short supply at Debs Park pond

Debs Pond in better days | Martha Benedict One of the rewards for hiking up to one of the highest points in Debs Park is a hilltop pond surrounded by trees and views of the city and mountains. But in recent weeks park visitors have been surprised to discover that the water level in the […]

The Gilded Age & Great Gatsby

The Gilded Age & Great Gatsby

Pasadena Museum of History’s Textile Arts Council is proud to partner with the curatorial staff of the FIDM Museum at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles to present a three-part lecture series featuring fashions throughout the decades. All programs begin at 6:30 p.m., though doors open at 6 p.m. for complimentary viewing […]

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