Archive for ‘December, 2016’


Price cuts on Eagle Rock Traditional; Lincoln Heights 2-bedroom; Silver Lake duplex

Price cuts on Eagle Rock Traditional; Lincoln Heights 2-bedroom; Silver Lake duplex

Prices on about two dozen homes, condos, apartments and other Eastside properties dropped during the past week. Here are some examples, followed by a breakdown by neighborhood: Eagle Rock: Price drops $300,000 on a 4-bedroom craftsman with a pool. $1,370,000. Lincoln Heights: $21,000 cut for a 2-bedroom on a corner lot, with room to build […]

Why we should all care, despite our politics, that Trump cancelled his press conference

Why we should all care, despite our politics, that Trump cancelled his press conference

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seen as former presidential candidate Ben Carson gives him his endorsement during a press conference at the Mar-A-Lago Club.; Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images AirTalk It’s now been 35 days since Donald Trump won the election and, bolstered by yesterday’s cancellation, he’s delayed holding a press conference longer than any […]

Happy Holidays in South Pasadena

Happy Holidays in South Pasadena

by Laurie Allee Next week will mark 9 years since Jon, Raine and I moved to South Pasadena.  I will always remember our first Christmas in our new house.  We managed to decorate a tree and wrap presents, but 2-year-old Raine was more interested in all the new sinks she could use to “wash the […]

After Boxer’s filibuster of own water bill fails, what’s next for Californians in drought

After Boxer’s filibuster of own water bill fails, what’s next for Californians in drought

U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) speaks at a news conference on Capitol Hill October 8, 2013 in Washington, DC.; Credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images AirTalk Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) ended her filibuster of the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act last Friday, coming short of the 41 votes needed to block the $11 billion bill that would authorize […]

Lost in Historic Filipinotown: Chihuahua named Woodie

Lost in Historic Filipinotown:  Chihuahua named Woodie

Woodie is an 11 year old male chihuahua with a short, smooth cream colored coat and a slightly lighter white face. He is approximately 7-8 lbs and compared to the typical Chihuahua, he has a slender torso, long legs and tail and very large pointed ears and large eyes. He looks and acts much younger […]

Eastside History Quiz: What was East L.A.’s Belvedere Park originally called?

Eastside History Quiz: What was East L.A.’s Belvedere Park originally called?

Fishing at Belvedere Park Lake | C.J. Salgado Test your neighborhood knowledge by taking our new, weekly Eastside History Quiz. Feel free to submit questions or topics for future quizzes. Belvedere Park is the largest park in East Los Angeles, covering more than 30 acres. But Belvedere Park was originally known by another name when […]

Santa on Sunset: Scenes from the Echo Park Community Parade

Santa on Sunset: Scenes from the Echo Park Community Parade

Lining up for the parade | Mary-Austin Klein ECHO PARK –– Residents lined both sides of Sunset Boulevard today to watch a long line of school drill teams, bands, classic cars and Santa make their way through the heart of the neighborhood. Not everyone who came down to Sunset to celebrate the holidays. Some parade […]

Santa on Sunset: Scenes from the Echo Park Community Parade

Santa on Sunset: Scenes from the Echo Park Community Parade

Lining up for the parade | Mary-Austin Klein ECHO PARK –– Residents lined both sides of Sunset Boulevard today to watch a long line of school drill teams, bands, classic cars and Santa make their way through the heart of the neighborhood. Not everyone who came down to Sunset to celebrate the holidays. Some parade […]

Shopper & Diner: Echo Park Shop Hop; Knuckle & Claw shuts down; Winsome’s “charmful and neglectful” service

Shopper & Diner: Echo Park Shop Hop; Knuckle & Claw shuts down; Winsome’s “charmful and neglectful” service

BY CECILIA PADILLA-BRILL Feel the vibe of Echo Park while shopping for loved ones this holiday season – at the Echo Park Shop Hop, Saturday, Dec. 10. The event happens before, during and after the Echo Park Community Parade. More than 15 restaurants and shops are participating, including Worship L.A., Memento Mori and Esqueleto, to […]

New report shows doping institutional and systemic among Russian athletes

New report shows doping institutional and systemic among Russian athletes

Russia’s Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko meets with Paralympians as part of the country’s two-day competition for its athletes banned from the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games over evidence of state-run doping.; Credit: KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV/AFP/Getty Images AirTalk The Russian state government conspired with thousands of athletes and coaches to undertake a doping program in the Olympic games, […]

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