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News & Notes From Boyle Heights, Glassell Park and Silver Lake

News & Notes From Boyle Heights, Glassell Park and Silver Lake

Out For A Spin/ Highland Park | Photo by Toban Nichols/Eastsider Flickr Pool Glassell Park community garden now grows on the site of a former gang house. Patch Making Black tenants feel at home in a Boyle Heights housing project.  L.A. Times Silver Lake man recovers stolen ’73 VW Beetle with the help of Google [...]

Goodbye ficus, hello Chinese Pistache

Goodbye ficus, hello Chinese Pistache

One of the ficus trees that was cut down/Google Maps City Street Services workers finished planting a trio of Chinese Pistache trees this morning  at the same corner where the city had  had cut down a pair of large ficus trees a few weeks earlier, drawing complaints from many residents and a promise of replacement [...]

Bring Binoculars And An App: Hummingbird watching goes high tech

Bring Binoculars And An App: Hummingbird watching goes high tech

Photo by Martha Benedict By Brenda Rees A new program from the National Audubon Society wants Americans to take our universal love of hummingbirds to new heights. “Hummingbirds at Home” is a citizen science project that invites not only hardcore birders but newcomers to help researchers understand the daily life of the zippiest bird of [...]

300 Stairways Or Bust: Hiker prepares for urban trek

300 Stairways Or Bust: Hiker prepares for urban trek

Long-distance hiker and walker Liz Thomas on the West Avalon Stairway in Echo Park. Photo by Robert Inman Liz Thomas’ love for hiking and the outdoors has found  her trekking along some nation’s most well known hiking and walking trails, including  the 2,181-mile long Appalachian Trail and the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail.  But on [...]

300 Stairways Or Bust: Hiker prepares for urban adventure

300 Stairways Or Bust: Hiker prepares for urban adventure

Long-distance hiker and walker Liz Thomas on the West Avalon Stairway in Echo Park. Photo by Robert Inman Liz Thomas’ love for hiking and the outdoors has found  her trekking along some nation’s most well known hiking and walking trails, including  the 2,181-mile long Appalachian Trail and the 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail.  But on [...]

Everything’s coming up tulips

Everything’s coming up tulips

Photos by Angel Garcia All kinds of flowers, trees and vines seem to be blooming. But it was a modest by eye-catching patch of  yellow and orange tulips blooming in front an old Echo Park bungalow that made Angel Garcia stop on the way to work and take photos. Said Garcia of the Rockwood Street [...]

Drinking up the history of Echo Park’s Short Stop Bar

Drinking up the history of Echo Park’s Short Stop Bar

Besides being popular with Dodger fans,  the Short Stop bar in Echo Park is probably best known for its connection with the crooked cops involved in the Rampart scandal. But the bar’s past includes many other sordid as well as amusing stories that historian Rory Mitchell reviews in a new video, “The History of The [...]

Highland Park market to showcase the art and craft of Eastside handmade merchandise

Highland Park market to showcase the art and craft of Eastside handmade merchandise

Purse by Samantha Biggs; Earrings by Jennifer Cline Sheryl Cancellieri of Highland Park had long wanted to organize a market featuring handmade items created by local artists and artisans.  Now, Cancellieri’s idea is going to come to life later this month when Eastside Handmade holds its first show in Highland Park on April 13. Approximately [...]

News & Notes From East L.A. and Highland Park

News & Notes From East L.A. and Highland Park

Cult Cat, Echo Park | Photo by Jack McLoughlin/Eastsider Flickr Pool Neighbors come out against Highland Park church’s plan to build 62-unit senior apartment building. Patch East L.A. man loses three brothers in Nevada van crash. L.A. Times The Eastsider thanks A. Steinman of Echo Park for purchasing a Reader Sponsorship. Happening Today Origami Dragon [...]

Anybody want a century-old Echo Park Lake wagon wheel?

Anybody want a century-old Echo Park Lake wagon wheel?

Photos from Greenwood & Associates They found no bodies when Echo Park Lake was drained for an $85 million clean up. What did turn up were shopping carts, skateboards and parts of an approximately 100-year-old wooden wagon wheel and axle, which might have been part of a wagon used during the construction of the lake [...]

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