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By Jeffery Marino
The latest home-sales data for Northeast Los Angeles, covering the month of August, give an especially clear picture of the market for residential real estate.
So what do the data from August 2020 to August 2021 show?
By Bill Hendrickson The Glendale Planning Commission has voted unanimously to reject the proposal by Glendale Water and Power to build a biogas power plant at the Scholl Canyon landfill in the hills above Eagle Rock. The rejection of the proposal is a victory for residents of Glendale and Eagle Rock who have organized into […]Continue Reading
By Dave Abbott The past week saw a dominant performance by the Franklin football team, continued strength in girls volleyball and standout times in cross country. The Franklin Panthers of Highland Park defeated the Narbonne Gauchos of Harbor City, 63-6, in a home game on Sept. 17. The Panthers notched 283 total yards (185 yards […]Continue Reading
By T.A. Hendrickson At a pair of Zoom meetings on Thursday, Metro staff presented two options now under consideration for a bus rapid transit (BRT) route on Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock. The Eagle Rock route is one segment of a proposed BRT line from North Hollywood to Pasadena (NoHo-Pas). Under both options for Eagle […]Continue Reading
“Children don’t hate math. What they hate is being confused, intimidated, and embarrassed by math,” said Larry Martinek, the creator of the Mathnasium Method.
This learning center not only welcomes students who are struggling with mathematics, but also those who want to improve their skills and broaden their academic knowledge. Click photo to learn more.Continue Reading
Join us for an important meeting about “redistricting.” The purpose of redistricting is to redraw the maps that impact your community and to ensure you have the power to determine fair and inclusive representation in your council district.Continue Reading
Miry’s List, a nonprofit founded in Eagle Rock in 2016 to help refugees, has been featured in The New York Times for its exemplary efforts to help Afghan refugees. Here is the full New York Time’s story featuring Miry Whitehill, resident of Eagle Rock and founder of Miry’s List.Continue Reading
711 Lark Ct | Mt. Washington https://tracydo.com/711-lark-ct-mt-washington/ 2 Beds + Office | 2 Baths | $1,199,000 Open House Saturday and Sunday, August 21st and 22nd from 2-4P Broker’s Open Tuesday, August 24th and Thursday, August 26th from 11A-1P Tucked into a cul-de-sac in prime Mt. Washington, this 1979 contemporary resonates with modern sophistication. The airy open […]Continue Reading
1561 Yosemite Dr | Eagle Rock https://tracydo.com/1561-yosemite-dr-eagle-rock/ 2 Beds | 1 Baths | $799,000Open House Saturday and Sunday, August 14th and 15th from 2-4 p.m. Prime Eagle Rock is the setting for this updated Spanish with a beautiful native garden, the embodiment of SoCal living. The 1925 vintage home is gated from […]Continue Reading
By T. A Hendrickson Los Angeles City Councilmember Kevin de León has filed a blistering, official response to the recall Notice of Intent that was served on him last month by five local residents. “A handful of 5 individuals, most of them political extremists, are weaponizing the recall process against the voters of the Los […]Continue Reading
5437 Dahlia Dr | Eagle Rock
2 Beds + Guest House | 3.5 Baths | $1,699,000
In prime Eagle Rock this rare and exquisite Spanish compound features a swimming pool and large detached guest house in a dreamy setting. The property was built in 1926 and feels sheltered from the city, even as dining and amenities are right down the street. Check out the photo gallery here.
By Jeffery Marino
In June, the median sale price for a home in Northeast Los Angeles edged above the $1 million mark, to $1.02 million.
So, what can you buy in NELA for that kind of money? Jeffery Marino will tell you here.Continue Reading
By T.A. Hendrickson
In the nascent effort to recall Councilmember Kevin de León, the next move is his: De León has until August 9 to file a response with the City Clerk to the recall Notice of Intent that was served on July 19 and published on July 22 in The Daily News and La Opinion. To read what comes next and when and more, click the photo above.Continue Reading
4834 Ray Ct | Eagle Rock https://tracydo.com/4834-ray-ct-eagle-rock-3/ 3 Beds | 2 Baths | $1,489,000 Open House Saturday and Sunday, July 24th and 25th from 2-4P This updated Ranch-style home is a dreamy find in Eagle Rock offering abundant outdoor space, far-reaching views and a wonderful sense of privacy. Design notes circa 1947 create a sun-splashed […]Continue Reading
What have homes in your neighborhood been selling for? Here is the latest sales data for single family homes in NELA.Continue Reading
In the last three months of 2020, the top 10 posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook page reflected the complicated world we all are navigating. Breaking news — a fire in Highland Park and a fatal car crash in Glassell Park — grabbed readers’ attention, as did several posts on local aspects of the pandemic […]Continue Reading
Watch. Listen. Dance. Councilmember Gil Cedillo’s 7th annual Latin Jazz and Music Festival will stream live for FREE on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The festival will be previewed starting on Nov. 3, with special promos, photos and a live chat room about the event, the musicians and the music at […]Continue Reading
Vea GRATIS el Séptimo Festival Anual de Música y Jazz Latino del Concejal Cedillo en su página de transmisión personalizada y plataformas de redes sociales el sábado 7 de noviembre de 5 a 7 p.m. A partir del 3 de noviembre, vea promociones especiales, fotos y otros antecedentes sobre este increíble programa musical de jazz […]Continue Reading
By Jeffery Marino Starting in 2008, in the teeth of the Great Recession, buy-to-sell real estate investment – also known as house flipping – took off in Northeast Los Angeles. Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Glassell Park, Mount Washington and Atwater Village were all transformed by real estate investors snapping up properties at the bottom of […]Continue Reading
From July through September, the “Top 10” posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook page reflected a range of issues: homelessness in NELA, local environmental problems and controversy over real estate developments, as well as questions about the disappearance and replacement of a corner mailbox and more. 1 The mailbox on the corner of Eagle Rock […]Continue Reading
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From April through June, the “Top 10” posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook page focused on the coronavirus and Black Lives Matter amid local tragedy (#2) and local triumph (#7). Posts are ranked by reach and reactions, including clicks and comments. To weigh in on these and other issues, visit the Sentinel on Facebook. 1 […]Continue Reading
From the horses’ mouths: We post here the video of the U.S. Attorney and FBI discussing the arrest of L.A. City Councilmember Jose Huizar.Continue Reading
Photos by T. A. Hendrickson of the marchers at the intersection of York Boulevard and Figueroa Street on Saturday, June 6.Continue Reading
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Advertisement Last month, we looked into the idea that while we may not control events in life, we can choose our perceptions of them . (For example, An event happens (**Say, Covid-19). For some people it is perceived as a disaster, others experience it as a rousing challenge to be survived or conquered, still others […]Continue Reading
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In the first three months of 2020, the top 10 posts on the Boulevard Sentinel’s Facebook page covered the gamut of events and issues. 1 Drum major Adamari Betancourt of Franklin High School in Highland Park leads the LAUSD’s All-City Marching Band in the Rose Parade. (Jan.1) 2 A suspect is arrested on suspicion […]Continue Reading
For a while now, when brokers have been asked, “How’s the market?” some of them have answered by saying, “It’s adjusting.” The question about the direction of the market comes from people who have thinking about selling and are wondering if they may have missed a peak in prices. It also comes from people who […]Continue Reading
Judson International School 1495 Colorado Blvd. | Eagle Rock After 28 years in Pasadena, Judson International School, a private, non-denominational K-12 Christian school, has relocated to the school building on the campus of the Eagle Rock Baptist Church. Nearly a third of the school’s 100 students are international and its curriculum, taught by 19 faculty […]Continue Reading
Limai Academy is a new private K-12 school in Eagle Rock that combines the standard American curriculum with curriculum from around the world, including an emphasis on Latin, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese alongside art, music, math and science. “Limai” stands for Leadership, Innovation, Motivation, Academics and Independence. The Limai 2019 summer camp is $95/week plus $20/week for extended hours. Annual tuition for the 2019/2020 academic year, when Limai will offer instruction for kindergarten through 9th grade, ranges from $8,900 to $11,500, depending on grade level.
For more information about summer camp and the 2019/2020 school year, call 323-507-2345 or visit the school and meet Principal Turner.Continue Reading
Coffee House with a MissionRicardo Cruz, who grew up on a coffee farm in Guatemala, and Stephen Kia, who grew up in Nigeria where his parents were Christian missionaries, have opened the Rock Coffee House at 4808 Townsend Avenue (at Yosemite Drive). They buy coffee from Guatemala and elsewhere, employ local college and high school […]Continue Reading
CALLING ALL FIGHT FANS – Meet Carlos “The Solution” Morales, Super Featherweight, with 14-1-3 and 6KO’s, tomorrow (Friday, 8/24) from 1pm to 2pm at Rock N’ Egg Cafe at 4616 Eagle Rock Blvd. Free tickets to Carlos’ fight on Sept 1st for the first 15 guests and fight shirts while they last. Here’s the official […]Continue Reading