Chromatics' Johnny Jewel is no stranger to film scores, and his management company Echo Park Records has just announced that his next score is for Bruce Thierry Cheung's new film Please Don't Come Back From The Moon, whose cast includes James Franco, Rashida Jones, and Jeffrey Wahlberg. The movie is based on the 2005 novel…
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Each of us paid $40 for 15-minute private readings. Little did we know that our tarot reader would be Rachel True, who also happened to play Rochelle in the '90s cult classic The Craft.
At the Bootleg in Echo Park and ETA in Highland, jazz is finding two new, unconventional homes in Los Angeles.
If cool things come in neat packages, the artistic fence and aqua stairs are the first clues that this Echo Park home is something special. Behind the walls and natural plantings lies a dwelling that embraces modernist sensibilities. An unexpected bonus is that the house sits on more than half...
Authorities released surveillance video Thursday of a man they suspect is responsible for a brutal stabbing near a taco truck in Echo Park.
Earlier this year, Echo Park Records revealed that Chromatics and Johnny Jewel would be involved in David Lynch’s returning cult hit TV show “Twin Peaks.” To celebrate the show's official return, the band performed at the afterparty for the season premiere last night in Los Angeles. Show More Summary
The event will start at 5:48 a.m., long before Friday night’s partiers rise, and will end at 7:52 p.m. at Echo Park Lake.
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Fiesta Perpetua! on May 20 will feature performances by Carmina Escobar, Japanese Butoh dancer Oguri, and LA-based Oaxacan youth brass bands. The post 13 Performances Reimagine Mexican Rituals on Echo Park Lake appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Monument status could save the cluster of homes from the wrecking ball Residents trying to preserve an Echo Park bungalow court threatened with demolition scored a major victory on Tuesday, when the LA City Council unanimously approved...Show More Summary
Located on a lush half-acre lot, the striking property’s got major urban farm potential If you’ve ever traversed Elysian Heights’ Lemoyne Street and wondered what lay beyond a certain eye-catching fence embedded with bright technicolor panels, here’s your chance to find out, as the property has just hit the market. Show More Summary
There’s also a detached studio with its own fireplace Tucked away on a woodsy lot in the Elysian Heights neighborhood of Echo Park, this little one-bedroom home in Echo Park is a surprisingly rustic retreat minutes from Downtown LA. The...Show More Summary
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Ask Mom what she wants for Mother’s Day and the odds are she doesn’t want much. Other than maid and chauffeur service. If that’s not possible, the Echo Park Craft Fair may offer some equally soothing gift-giving options. The biannual event, scheduled for May 13 and 14, has grown from an informal...
Here’s a look at Craftsman-style homes on the market for less than $1 million in several Los Angeles area communities. ECHO PARK: The 1914 Elysian Heights-area bungalow is clad in wood-shingle siding and takes in views of the San Gabriel Mountains. Address: 2470 Echo Park Ave., Los Angeles 90026...
Future residents would have a very short walk to the lake Plans are underway to transform a grassy corner lot in Echo Park into a four-story apartment building, says the Eastsider. Plans filed with the city Tuesday show that developer...Show More Summary
Four things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. Allegedly fake landlord arrested We hear enough about questionable real landlords,...Show More Summary
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Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell says recent projects have affected the character of both neighborhoods On Tuesday, the LA City Council asked city staff to prepare reports on potential zoning and land use strategies to discourage denseShow More Summary