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El Sereno

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  • Luis Sanchez, a top aide to L.A. school board president, will run for open seat on panel

     
    Luis Sanchez, a city commissioner and top aide to school board President Monica Garcia, announced plans Thursday to run for the Los Angeles Board of Education. Sanchez, 35, is vying for the District 5 seat, hoping to succeed Yolie Flores,......
  • Eastside police give away steering wheel locks to prevent car thefts [Updated]

     
    Officers at the Hollenbeck Community Police Station gave away security steering wheel locks to residents Wednesday to help educate them about protecting their cars from thieves. Police said the most targeted vehicles for stealing and breaking into in...
  • Council candidate Rudy Martinez collapses; doctor blames stress, exhaustion

     
    L.A. Council candidate Rudy Martinez was taken a hospital Thursday after collapsing shortly after an appearance at a candidate forum with his opponent, incumbent Councilman Jose Huizar....
  • Man who was reported missing while swimming off La Jolla is arrested in Yuma, Ariz.

     
    A 54-year-old man who is facing criminal charges in Massachusetts and was reported missing Saturday night after going swimming off La Jolla was arrested Wednesday by the U.S. Marshals Service in Yuma, Ariz. U.S. Coast Guard, San Diego lifeguards, and........
  • People's Garden at Woodrow Wilson High School: Sowing seeds in a food desert

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 34: People's Garden, El Sereno neighborhood, Los Angeles The People’s Garden at Woodrow Wilson High School sits at the lowest part of the sprawling campus, the sloping lot bound by a chain-link fence and a low......
  • At El Sereno Community Garden, planting seeds of change for urban L.A.

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 35: El Sereno, Los Angeles When a late-night hit-and-run driver recently crashed into El Sereno Community Garden’s just-completed retaining wall, co-founder Marie Salas was on the case. She took pictures. She collected...
  • Let's improve the freeways we have

    Regarding the Nov. 1 letter "710 extension would improve Glendale traffic," Mayor Ara Najarian is looking out for the best interests of Glendale residents, but more importantly, of all stakeholders in the entire L.A. region. Extending the Long Beach...
  • Army Sgt. Jose Regalado, 23, Los Angeles; one of two soldiers killed by uniformed Iraqi soldier

    On a stormy autumn evening in Louisville, Ky., Sharri Ford nervously stepped off a flight from Los Angeles to meet the man she would eventually marry. She had spoken to Jose Regalado only on the phone, but their siblings were married and it already seemed...
  • El Sereno instrument-maker carves out a niche

    El Sereno instrument-maker carves out a niche
    Cesar Augusto Castro Gonzalez found his calling when he went looking for a buddy to play some soccer during recess. Castro was attending middle school in the Mexican coastal city of Veracruz and was told he could find his friend, Omar, at a workshop...
  • El Sereno saves the Heavens

    El Sereno saves the Heavens
    For a measure of solace in the city, Hugo Garcia climbs to the top of a hill crowned with walnut groves that El Sereno residents know simply as the Heavens. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Elephant Hill: In Tuesday's Section A, a map with an article...
  • Brush Fire Burns 10 Acres Near Downtown L.A.

    Brush Fire Burns 10 Acres Near Downtown L.A.
    LOS ANGELES - A small grass fire burning on dry hills northeast of downtown Los Angeles has been contained by fire fighters. Fire Department spokeswoman d'Lisa Davies says the blaze started around 5:30 p.m. Friday afternoon on a hill in the El Sereno...
  • When Antigua Cultural Coffeehouse closes its doors, more will be lost than a morning cup of joe

    When Antigua Cultural Coffeehouse closes its doors, more will be lost than a morning cup of joe
    Forget short, tall and venti, that strange code for ordering Starbucks. The sizes at Antigua Cultural Coffeehouse are ce, ome and yei, the Mayan words for one, two, three. Somehow, that's easier to follow. Sadly, though, today will be the final day to...