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News & Notes From Cypress Park and Eagle Rock

News & Notes From Cypress Park and Eagle Rock

Bikes & Gold Line, Highland Park | Martha Benedict It’s not looking good for  proposal to save and reuse Figueroa-Riverside bridge. Eagle Rock resident warns the owners of small pets to beware after a coyote was spotted on Saturday on Hazelwood Boulevard near the Occidental College. What’s closed for Veterans Day. The Eastsider welcomes The […]

Police investigate reports of shots fired in Echo Park

Police investigate reports of shots fired in Echo Park

Police received reports of shots fired in Echo Park tonight but no victims or evidence of a shooting could be found.  Sgt. Teresa Anderson with the Northeast Division said that residents called in saying they had seen and heard shots fired near Echo Park Avenue and Avalon Street at about 8:30 p.m. but officers found […]

Eastside Property: The Highland Park home of Mr. T’s Bowl up for sale

Eastside Property: The Highland Park home of Mr. T’s Bowl up for sale

The home of Mr.T’s Bowl/LoopNet The Figueroa Street building that houses Mr. T’s Bowl & Nightclub, a former Highland Park bowling alley turned nightspot,  has been put up for sale as nearby blocks attract new restaurants and shops. The owners of the two-story building near the Highland Theater are asking $3.125 million for the 14,000-square-foot […]

SUV plows into East L.A. pedestrians

SUV plows into East L.A. pedestrians

Chevy Tahoe sits on sidewalk after crash/C.J. Salgado Two pedestrians were injured late this afternoon at a busy East Los Angeles intersection after an SUV jumped the curb and skidded down a sidewalk, pinning one of the victims and destroying a bus shelter. Sheriff deputies closed off the intersection of Whittier and Atlantic boulevards following […]

Councilman Cedillo opposes landmark nomination for Highland Park market

Councilman Cedillo opposes landmark nomination for Highland Park market

By Nathan Solis & Jesus Sanchez Saying he was “unencumbered by the past,” Councilman Gil Cedillo today came out against declaring Highland Park’s Superior Market, considered a prime example of mid-century “Googie” style architecture, a city historic landmark. City staff, the Cultural Heritage Commission as well as two neighborhood councils had supported declaring the Figueroa […]

Interior renovation renews an Eagle Rock church but honors its past

Interior renovation renews an Eagle Rock church but honors its past

Work In Progress: Carpeting was removed as part of renovation/Courtesy Seth Matheson Almost Done: New floor tile and pews are in place/Courtesy Seth Matheson By Brenda Rees Members of the Eagle Rock’s Seventh Day Adventist Church are smiling a little broader these days, thanks to a recent interior renovation of their notable and historic 1928 […]

Storefront Report: Atwater shop puts an upcycling spin on home decor

Storefront Report: Atwater shop puts an upcycling spin on home decor

By Nathan Solis Krissy Arora has a love for chairs. It’s as simple as that. At her new Atwater Village shop, Boho Upcycle, Arora is offering customers a chance to redesign an old chair down to what fabrics are used, paint colors and the overall feel, giving new life to worn furniture. It’s fitting seeing […]

Lost in Echo Park: Tiny white chihuahua

Lost in Echo Park: Tiny white chihuahua

Desmond is a 3-4 lb., white, smooth coated senior chihuahua with dark brown eyes and nose. He looks much younger than his 12+ years. He is thin and has weak back legs (luxating patellas). He is very timid and growls a lot. He has a bald spot on the front of his neck and a […]

LAX shooting suspect lived in Atwater Village

LAX shooting suspect lived in Atwater Village

News crews were parked outside tonight near the large Atwater Village apartment complex where Paul Anthony Ciancia, the alleged gunman in this morning’s deadly LAX shooting, had apparently been residing, according to the L.A. Times and other news reports. One resident of the  apartments on Los Feliz Boulevard told the Times that a large group […]

Save The Date: A night of Halloween events

Save The Date: A night of Halloween events

Pomeranian Vampire at Hermon Hermon Dog Park’s Howl-oween/Martha Benedict It seems like Halloween celebrations have been going for several weeks now but the night is finally here.  Have fun, be safe and don’t eat too much candy.  For those who want to do more than just go trick-or-treating,  The Eastsider’s   Halloween and Dia del […]

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