Archive for ‘April, 2016’


Getting Older Isn’t for Sissies

Getting Older Isn’t for Sissies

Yesterday my friend Jane Rodriguez and I went to the Pasadena Conference on Healthy Aging at Pasadena Church of the Nazarene, which has abundant meeting rooms, auditoriums and outdoor spaces.There were about 300 people there, from ages 50 to 80+.  Here are Jane and me after lunch on one of the big patios. Fritz Coleman, […]

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Support The Eastsider today!

Support The Eastsider today!

Bloggers don’t live on comments alone. You can support The Eastsider, a privately-owned company, by purchasing an annual Reader Sponsorship. Your financial support and sponsorship will help defray the costs of  gathering neighborhood news and stories. Look for future benefits and discounts from neighborhood merchants. You can pay via PayPal or by using your credit […]

Support The Eastsider today!

Support The Eastsider today!

Bloggers don’t live on comments alone. You can support The Eastsider, a privately-owned company, by purchasing an annual Reader Sponsorship. Your financial support and sponsorship will help defray the costs of  gathering neighborhood news and stories. Look for future benefits and discounts from neighborhood merchants. You can pay via PayPal or by using your credit […]

Shopper & Diner: Silver Lake’s new dog cafe; Rewind Audio’s farewell to Echo Park storefront; wage hike welcomed in Boyle Heights

Shopper & Diner: Silver Lake’s new dog cafe; Rewind Audio’s farewell to Echo Park storefront; wage hike welcomed in Boyle Heights

By CECILIA PADILLA-BRILL Coffee drinkers will soon be able to adopt a dog while sipping a cup of joe at the Dog Café in Silver Lake, reports the Los Angeles Times. Opening April 7, the Dog Café serves as a rescue spot for dogs that have been at the shelter the longest due to health […]

An early look at who might throw their hat in for Governor of California

An early look at who might throw their hat in for Governor of California

Then-Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa speaks at the 81st annual U.S. Conference of Mayors at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on June 21, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.; Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images Former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has been up and down California as part of a 38-day listening tour. His outreach lays a […]

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