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Echo Park stereoscopic museum showcases 3-D arts and technology

Echo Park stereoscopic museum showcases 3-D arts and technology

A historic collection of stereoscopic viewers | Eric Kurland/3-D SPACE By LUCY GUANUNA Echo Park —  Many people share fond memories of clicking through 3-D images in a View-Master as a kid. It seemed a simple technology. You insert the reel into a plastic stereoscope and pull down the lever to see the different 3-D images […]

Kaiser Permanente to open clinic in Eagle Rock mall

Kaiser Permanente to open clinic in Eagle Rock mall

A Target Clinic operated by Kaiser Permanente | Courtesy Kaiser Permanente By DORESA BANNING Eagle Rock  —  Residents suffering from minor illnesses and injuries will soon have a new place to go for medical treatment, any day of the week — the Target store at Eagle Rock Plaza. Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles’ largest health maintenance […]

Eastside Monday: Comedy variety show in Silver Lake; Live jazz in Eagle Rock; Street punk show in Boyle Heights

Eastside Monday: Comedy variety show in Silver Lake; Live jazz in Eagle Rock; Street punk show in Boyle Heights

Monday, September 3 By JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ Here are today’s highlights from our Eastside Events Calendar and some bonus events to consider: The Virgil in Silver Lake presents Hot Tub with Kurt & Kristen – a weekly variety show featuring comedians, music artists and the occasional oddity. Go here for details Enjoy a little jazz with The Eric […]

Eastside Sunday: “Rick & Morty” writers panel in Silver Lake; Synth pop party in Elysian Valley; New book club emerges in Echo Park

Eastside Sunday: “Rick & Morty” writers panel in Silver Lake; Synth pop party in Elysian Valley; New book club emerges in Echo Park

Sunday, September 2 By JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ Here are today’s highlights from our Eastside Events Calendar , Weekend Picks and some bonus events to consider: “Rick and Morty” fans can get the chance to step into the writer’s room at Lyric Hyperion Theatre & Cafe in Silver Lake. Go here for details Rarely get the chance to go […]

Sign up now for the Echo Park Weekly — For those who can’t get enough Echo Park

Sign up now for the Echo Park Weekly — For those who can’t get enough Echo Park

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Car wash corn cropping up in Eagle Rock

Car wash corn cropping up in Eagle Rock

Corn in front of the Glen Rock Car Wash Eagle Rock —  The owners of the Glen-Rock Car Wash seem to pay more attention to landscaping than your typical car wash. There are rose bushes, big ficus trees and even a patch of lawn. But now this car wash garden has turned into a farm with […]

Thanks to Tracy Stone for becoming an Eastsider Reader Sponsor!

Thanks to Tracy Stone for becoming an Eastsider Reader Sponsor!

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Boyle Heights shooting leaves woman dead on Euclid Avenue

Boyle Heights shooting leaves woman dead on Euclid Avenue

By LUCY GUANUNA Boyle Heights  — Police are working to identify the suspect or suspects in connection with an early morning shooting today that left one woman dead. Officers were called to the 900 block of Euclid Avenue at about 5 a.m. and found a victim, a Latina in her mid-30s, with multiple gunshot wounds. […]

The former York Theatre in Highland Park is up for sale

The former York Theatre in Highland Park is up for sale

By BARRY LANK Highland Park  — It was a movie theater for decades, making its debut in the 1920 during the silent film era.  It also hosted women’s club meetings, special events, and, in recent years, served as the home for the Pyong Kang Church  — it’s neon cross glowing over the marquee. Now the […]

Parking in short supply at Boyle Heights housing projects

Parking in short supply at Boyle Heights housing projects

Photo by Guadalupe Felix/Boyle Heights Beat By GUADALUPE FÉLIX, BOYLE HEIGHTS BEAT Boyle Heights  —  Boyle Heights is one of the densest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, which makes overnight parking on city streets tough for all residents. But it seems likely that no one in Boyle Heights has it worse than the families of Estrada Courts, […]