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If I could give you one thing in this world, it would be the ability to see yourself as others see you.
That way, you would
realize what a truly
amazing person you are.
Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic partnering with the Valentine Peace Project.org
Sharing poems with you!
— Stefanie of Marlborough High School, LA
"Star twinks at blue heron
Nesting in eucalyptus
As I stroll by
Along Silver Lake.
Performance by David Holguin at Cahuenga Library
Concert Series in the library's alcove area
Saturday, Sep 22nd at 12:30 PM
Originally born in Medellin, Colombia, David arrived with his mother to East Los Angeles in the…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on September 16, 2018 at 2:00pm
Posted by E Sakaye on September 15, 2018 at 7:00pm
On August 30, City Administrator Officer (CAO) Jacob Wexler held his first session with Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates to provide a general description of the adopted 2018-19 City Budget, General Fund of $6.1 billion. The goal of training was to familiarize the audience with an overview of where to find…Continue
Posted by connie Acosta on September 14, 2018 at 4:27pm
The Speed Hump Program opens up a review cycle every 6 months to take petitions for speed humps.
For additional information regarding speed humps, please visit …Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on September 11, 2018 at 6:30pm
The Los Angeles County Homeless Initiative and Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) launched the Los Angeles Homeless Outreach Portal, dubbed LA-HOP. The mobile-friendly website empowers members of the public, first responders, and service providers to more easily request outreach for people experiencing homelessness. An outreach coordinator in each region serves as the “air traffic controller” for all requests and sends the most appropriate outreach team, with…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on August 28, 2018 at 10:00am
Posted by mike pingel on August 19, 2018 at 11:30pm
It’s time to party with Deasy/Penner realtors in THEIR house! New Silver Lake Chamber member Juan Longfellow and long time member and Silver Lake historian Michael Locke invite us to their office.
Monday, August 20, 6:30–8:30PM
Deasy/Penner + Partners…
Posted by E Sakaye on August 14, 2018 at 10:30am
Council District 4 released a highly-anticipated study, which was commissioned to analyze the impact of the so-called “Rowena Road Diet,” instituted in 2013. Rowena Avenue serves as a major thoroughfare to and from California State Route 2 (SR-2) and Interstate Highway 5 (I-5) and as an alternative for connecting the eastern and western portions of the City of Los…Continue
Posted by E Sakaye on August 13, 2018 at 10:00am
Silver Lakers and nearby folks are welcome to join Silver Lake Time Bank. Check out the About tab on Facebook. Here's one story of SLTB adventures from Lee Conger.
My Time Bank Story for today: Several weeks ago, when Katie from West Adams Time Bank bicycled over here to Silver Lake to help me with unspecified projects, I decided we should go harvest lemons from the un-monitored tree I spotted along the L.A. River several weeks prior. She and I walked and walked, bearing picker and bags, but I had us on the wrong stretch, so we never found the tree. Embarrassing. Recently I made a point of finding the tree and documenting its location. This morning, I saw Leonardo's request for lemons and was able to take him directly there. About 1/3 of the tree hangs over a fence; the fruit drops and rots. We began harvesting. And then the 'Time Bank Miracle' happened. When we offered lemons to passersby, they turned out to be the owners of the tree on the other side of the fence. They were delighted that the lemons would be used. They offered us grapefruit, too. They were interested to learn about the Time Bank and the Neighborhood Fruit Harvest Project and were happy to accept my offer to deliver them a bag of kumquats sometime soon. (Whose story is next?)
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