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Bulletin Board: 2nd Annual Highland Park Independent Film Festival Call For Entries

Bulletin Board: 2nd Annual Highland Park Independent Film Festival Call For Entries
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Call for Entries open through September 1st! Submitted by Highland Park Independent Film Festival The Highland Park Independent Film Festival is looking for unique and captivating cinema to screen at the second annual HPIFF. Early submissions must be received by Aug. 1. The deadline for all entries is Sept. 1. This year’s festival will open […]

Broken fire hydrant floods Glassell Park building

Broken fire hydrant floods Glassell Park building

GLASSELL PARK — A semi-truck clipped a fire hydrant on San Fernando Road early this morning, triggering a torrent of water that flooded a nearby commercial building and damaged its roof, KTLA reports. Firefighters helped a man emerge from the flooded in the building in the 3100 block of San Fernando Road after they pried open […]

Who will reopen a Lincoln Heights coffeehouse?

Who will reopen a Lincoln Heights coffeehouse?

LINCOLN HEIGHTS — It has been a while since any coffee has been poured at Cafe in the Heights, which appeared to be the neighborhood’s only coffeehouse. But the narrow and vacant North Broadway storefront  across from Lincoln High is now up for lease, giving someone a chance to cater to Lincoln Heights’ java junkies. […]

Law Office of Dani Oliva: Diverse Experience to Support Your Legal Plan

Law Office of Dani Oliva: Diverse Experience to Support Your Legal Plan

The Law Office of Dani Oliva is a general practice law firm serving East Los Angeles. Our office is committed to provide exceptional service, affordable pricing, and individualized assessment of your case. We are experienced in Family, Business, Civil, Property, Entertainment matters, and much more. Call 213-537-8357 or email for a free consult. (213) 537-8357 […]

Echo Park’s Pizza Buona looking for a new home

Echo Park’s Pizza Buona looking for a new home

ECHO PARK —  Pizza Buona, which has served up pizza from the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Alvarado Street for more than 50 years, is searching for a new location that will probably take it out of the neighborhood. Israel Palacios, whose family owns the pizzeria, said a rent hike is prompting the move but declined […]

Suspicious package investigation closes down Silver Lake street

Suspicious package investigation closes down Silver Lake street

Crowd gathers at West Silver Lake Drive | Andy Ralston SILVER LAKE – A section of West Silver Lake Drive near Tesla Avenue was closed this afternoon following the report of a suspicious package,  said Sgt. John Cuenca with the LAPD Northeast Division.  The bomb squad was brought in, and residents reported that streets were blocked […]

One dead, four injured in Echo Park house fire [updated @10:47 am]

One dead, four injured in Echo Park house fire [updated @10:47 am]

Photo by Merrick Morton ECHO PARK — One man was killed and four persons were injured in a house fire this morning on Alvarado Street near Kent Street, according to the L.A. Fire Department. It took more than 50 firefighters to put out the blaze that broke out at about 8:30 a.m. in a one-story home, […]

Found in Montecito Heights: Small white dog

Found in Montecito Heights: Small white dog

Small white dog found on corner of Montecito Drive and Griffin Ave. Female, no collar Contact: 310-666-9631 Want to publish a Lost & Found notice ? Please click here. . Become an Eastside Animals sponsor Read the Full Story at Eastsider LA

Found in Silver Lake: Young-ish Grey Female Pit

Found in Silver Lake: Young-ish Grey Female Pit

Last night I found this young-ish grey female pit on the corner of N. Reno St & Jewel St in Silver Lake. She has a red collar, but no tag and she isn’t chipped. Seems friendly but definitely frightened. Hoping to find her parents, she misses them! Contact: pmbailey@gmail.com Want to publish a Lost & […]

Councilman Ryu seeks to halt LaBonge’s last-minute spending; L.A. Coroner gift shop under review; don’t let Fido freakout over fireworks

Councilman Ryu seeks to halt LaBonge’s last-minute spending; L.A. Coroner gift shop under review; don’t let Fido freakout over fireworks

Newly elected 4th District Councilman David Ryu wants to block plans to give more than $600,000 to various community groups and projects that were approved in the final weeks by his predecessor, Tom LaBonge.  L.A. Now The County Coroner is reviewing the operations of Skeletons in the Closet, its Lincoln Heights gift shop that sells […]