Gabriela Serrato-Lone, a member of ChicanxUnknown, a photography collective, secured a nearly $1,000 grant from the Highland Park Neighborhood Council to help pay for the “Divine Energy: Herstory Block Party,” on Saturday, Mar. 10, from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Ave. 52 between York Blvd. and Meridian St. The block party, which will be held in conjunction with the monthly NELA Art Walk, is intended to promote women entrepreneurship, art and culture in Highland Park. In addition to bands, displays and other activities, there will be an exhibition of Ms. Serrato-Lone’s photographs, entitled “Self Love,” at Mi Vida, a women’s store for apparel and accessories at York Blvd. and Ave. 52.
Hector Ceballos, wide receiver for Franklin, smashed the CIF LA City Section record, set in 1977, for most receptions in a game. Ceballos had 27 receptions in the recent Principal's Trophy game against Eagle Rock.| Photo by Dave Abbott/NELA Sports One
A section of the 117-unit tiny home village for the homeless in Highland Park. The village, on an unused portion of Arroyo Dr., is separated from the 110 Freeway by a barrier wall, visible behind the pink and white shelter at right. | Photo by Bill Hendrickson/BoulevardSentinel.com