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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.
JULYMARKETING AROUND SILVER LAKE By Betsy M. Hall
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SILVER LAKE COMMUNITY LEADER SCOTT CRAWFORD RECEIVES PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENT
Local Activist and Volunteer Appointed to Position by President Obama
Los Angeles – Community activist Scott Crawford has been appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the Selective Service System Local Board in the State of California.Continue
Posted by Betsy Hall on July 27, 2015 at 6:23pm
The website's down, the retirment's planned. Oh, and one last thing. Party at Nadine's tonight. Nadine Trujillo, neighborhood activist and hostess / cook / everything else at Alegria on Sunset is closing her door. So come out and sing her a Silver Lake serenade, get one last taste of Alegria specialties and celebrate all she's given to Silver Lake over the years. Emergency training,…Continue
Posted by Betsy Hall on July 18, 2015 at 11:44am
Posted by Betsy Hall on June 17, 2015 at 9:00am
New spiritual community, Beautiful Gate, sponsors second Open Mic this coming Sunday at 5 PM, behind Dragonfly DuLou in Los Feliz, 2066 Hillhurst, adjacent to Silver Lake.
To perform, or for more details, contact Samuel(at)BeautifulGate.LA. A singer, song-writer, future shoe business owner, acting student, husband,…Continue
Posted by Betsy Hall on July 6, 2015 at 7:30am
Tonight and tomorrow, LOTS of venues will display professional fireworks shows. We encourage you to take advantage of these. Click the photo for a link to the Dodgers. Other shows are listed on this website. Please be courteous of animals, who are sensitive to and afraid of the sounds of fireworks. People too, including our…Continue
Posted by Betsy Hall on July 3, 2015 at 12:48pm
In Silver Lake, we love the warmth of fire, friendship and fireworks. And with our independent spirits, Independence Day is our type of holiday.
Great celebrations start with great preparations. So, stop! what you're doing and use Baller Hardware's handydandy 4th of July checklist for next weekend.
- BBQ? Check out these charcoal burning grills at the store or…Continue
Posted by Betsy Hall on June 26, 2015 at 2:00pm
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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