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Lost in Echo Park: Cat who escaped after cancer operation

Lost in Echo Park: Cat who escaped after cancer operation

Submitted by JP Horstmann Paolo is a five year old dark grey cat who ran off just after having a cancer operation. He climbed out of an air conditioner opening with a cone on. He need medicine and to go back to the vet. He was last seen Friday evening on Echo Park Avenue near [...]

Found in Echo Park: Friendly white Terrier mix

Found in Echo Park: Friendly white Terrier mix

Submitted by Elizabeth C. I found a white terrier mix yesterday morning around 11am on Elysian Park Ave. I’m not sure if the dog is male or female. Its fur was dirty and matted, but it seemed in good spirits and very friendly, as I was able to approach it. It had on a green [...]

Weekend Gallery

Weekend Gallery

Trunk & Fungus , Elysian Valley | Martha Benedict Sunset Over Silver Ridge, Silver Lake | Diane Edwardson/Corralitas Red Car Property Bungalow Stairs,, Echo Park | Basic L.A./Eastsider Photo Pool Sunrise Over Eagle Rock | Red Metal Ticket, Eastsider Flickr Pool Lamar Street, Lincoln Heights | Lori Newman/Eastsider Photo Pool The Eastsider thanks the many [...]

If you don’t have AC, maybe the power of prayer will keep you cool

If you don’t have AC, maybe the power of prayer will keep you cool

Is heaven air conditioned? Photo by Matt Hartman After a long week of heat and  humidity,  the Occidental United Presbyterian Church on Eagle Rock Boulevard offered up this plea for weather relief. Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Someone stole your catalytic converter?

Someone stole your catalytic converter?

Photo courtesy LAPD You got company.  Thieves have stolen at least six catalytic converters from trucks and cars in the last two weeks in the southern section of Echo Park and other parts of the Rampart Division, said Detective Carlos Silva. The Rampart Division has issued a Community Alert to raise awareness of the thefts and [...]

Gang injunction foes fail to win support of Silver Lake Neighborhood Council

Gang injunction foes fail to win support of Silver Lake Neighborhood Council

Gang injunction opponents voice their displeasure after the Silver Lake council vote Tonight’s Silver Lake Neighborhood Council meeting ended amid chaos and shouting after a highly divided council deadlocked on whether to withhold support for a proposed gang injunction that would cover parts of Silver Lake and Echo Park. The meeting was cut short after [...]

On The Agenda: Silver Lake council to hear update on reservoir project and discuss injunction, again

On The Agenda: Silver Lake council to hear update on reservoir project and discuss injunction, again

By Tony Cella The  Silver Lake Neighborhood Council is scheduled to discuss tonight its stance on the proposed Echo Park area  gang injunction,  which would include portions of Silver Lake, and hear an update about the Silver Lake Reservoir project from the Department of Water and Power. Other agenda items before the neighborhood council’s Governing [...]

Eastside Property: Atwater cottage returns to market with bolder colors and price tag

Eastside Property: Atwater cottage returns to market with bolder colors and price tag

648-square-foot Atwater Village house returns to market/Redfin Same home last May/The Eastsider This 648-square foot Atwater Village cottage got a lot of attention in May when it hit the market at $395,000, with dozens of agents, home buyers and looky-loos packing into the place on the day after it was listed.   The charming but worn-out [...]

Gardener found shot in Eagle Rock yard

Gardener found shot in Eagle Rock yard

A gardener suffering from multiple gunshot wounds was listed in  stable condition after he was found this morning in a front yard in Eagle Rock . The victim, described as a man in his 40s, was found in the yard by one of his customers in the 1800 block of Avenue 51, reports L.A. Now. [...]

Last chance to get wet in the L.A. River

Last chance to get wet in the L.A. River

Kayakers in the L.A. River Pilot Recreation Zone/Martha Benedict A summer-time experiment that opened the L.A. River to kayaking, fishing and other forms of  recreation ends this holiday weekend. The L.A. River Pilot Recreation Zone, which came into being on Memorial Day,  allowed the public to walk, watch birds, kayak and fish on a 2.5 [...]