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Silver Lake checks out the new 365 by Whole Foods

Silver Lake checks out the new 365 by Whole Foods

Photo by Jacqueline Fernandez By JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ SILVER LAKE —  They lined up at the coffee bar and took photos of the teaBOT. They shopped for sushi and heirloom tomatoes while listening to a DJ play classic Jackson 5.  Welcome to Whole Food’s first new 365 market, which opened its doors this morning in Silver […]

Silver Lake checks out the new 365 by Whole Foods

Silver Lake checks out the new 365 by Whole Foods

Photo by Jacqueline Fernandez By JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ SILVER LAKE —  They lined up at the coffee bar and took photos of the teaBOT. They shopped for sushi and heirloom tomatoes while listening to a DJ play classic Jackson 5.  Welcome to Whole Food’s first new 365 market, which opened its doors this morning in Silver […]

Street of Eternal Happiness tells personal stories of Shanghai residents

Street of Eternal Happiness tells personal stories of Shanghai residents

“Street of Eternal Happiness” by Rob Schmitz; Credit: Penguin Random House, 2016 Changle Lu is the Street of Eternal Happiness in Shanghai, the most populated city in the world, in a country going through rapid change. Most of the stories we hear about China in the news are about issues: the economy, national security, human […]

City with a View

City with a View

I love grand, sweeping panoramas. For a city of only a few square miles, South Pasadena has an amazing number of beautiful views. (I actually wrote about it for Patch a few years ago.) Sure, a postcard view is an easy shot for a photographer when all you have to do is point your camera […]

City with a View

City with a View

I love grand, sweeping panoramas. For a city of only a few square miles, South Pasadena has an amazing number of beautiful views. (I actually wrote about it for Patch a few years ago.) Sure, a postcard view is an easy shot for a photographer when all you have to do is point your camera […]

Price cuts on Eagle Rock 3-bedroom Tudor; East L.A. 3-bedroom; Highland Park 2-bedroom with newer fixtures

Price cuts on Eagle Rock 3-bedroom Tudor; East L.A. 3-bedroom; Highland Park 2-bedroom with newer fixtures

Prices on around 20 homes, condos, apartments and other Eastside properties dropped during the past week. Here are some examples, followed by a breakdown by neighborhood: Eagle Rock:  A $16,000 reduction on a three-bedroom, 3.25-bathroom English Tudor located at the end of a cul-de-sac. With treetop and city views. $1,149,000. East L.A.: Price is reduced by […]

Examining tobacco company liability in Tony Gwynn’s death after family files lawsuit

Examining tobacco company liability in Tony Gwynn’s death after family files lawsuit

Tony Gwynn is introduced as one of the 2007 Hall of Fame Electees at a press conference at the Waldorf Astoria on January 10, 2007 in New York City. ; Credit: Chris Trotman/Getty Images In a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the tobacco industry yesterday, the family of former San Diego Padres outfielder and Baseball […]

April Real Estate Results: Eastside sales keep climbing despite city-wide decline; Glassell Park median price jumps 22%

April Real Estate Results: Eastside sales keep climbing despite city-wide decline; Glassell Park median price jumps 22%

The number of homes sold in Los Angeles tumbled in April as prices rose to their highest level in at least six years. However, on the Eastside, home sales as well as prices continued to climb, with Glassell Park emerging as a hot spot, according to Redfin’s monthly review of sales activity. Citywide, the median […]

Freddie Gray Ruling: Analyzing Edward Nero’s acquittal

Freddie Gray Ruling: Analyzing Edward Nero’s acquittal

Baltimore City Sheriff’s Deputies surround and protect Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero’s family members as demonstrators and members of the news media crowd around the Mitchell Courthouse-West after Nero was found not guilty on all charges against him related to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Maryland. ; Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images […]

Soirée Under the Stars

Soirée Under the Stars

It’s all about permanency for Five Acres—helping children find permanency, lasting bonds, and security. And, since Five Acres was founded 128 years ago in 1888, initially as the Boys’ and Girls’ Aid Society of Los Angeles and working primarily as an orphanage, the organization has grown and evolved in order to become even more beneficial and successful when it […]

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