New exhibition now open at the museum.
A unique exhibition, sponsored by best-selling author James Ellroy, about the 1947 murder of Elizabeth Short is now part of the museum tour. Never before seen portions of the official LAPD investigation are displayed along with other information relative to the case commonly referred to as the “Black Dahlia.”
The exhibition opened to sold out tours, hosted by Mr. Ellroy. The exhibition will close on June 16, 2012, so please consider a visit to the museum in the very near future.
More information is available by phoning the museum offices at (323)344-9445.
via Los Angeles Police Museum.
March 28, 2012 Man Shot to Death in Cypress Park Los Angeles: LAPD Northeast Area Homicide Division detectives are asking for the public’s help to identify and locate the suspect responsible for killing a 22-year-old man in Cypress Park.On March … Continue reading
Verizon’s new clock tower proposal.
Monopine plan abandoned
Last week’s showdown between Verizon wireless, which wants to build a 70-foot high Glassell Park cell phone tower disguised as a fake pine tree, and residents who were pushing for alternative designs ended with a surprise result.
Colorado Blvd Parking Improvements Completed At the request of the office of Councilmember José Huizar, several parking changes and improvements requested by community members and business owners through the Take Back the Boulevard initiative have recently been completed by the … Continue reading
Montoya’s “Water & Power” and Polanski’s “Chinatown” Highlight “An Evening of Los Angeles Film, Los Angeles Myth” At 2nd Annual Lummis Day Film Benefit Saturday, April 21, 7:00 PM at Highland Park Ebell Club LOS ANGELES– A first-look excerpt from … Continue reading
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Hi, Fellow Northeast Democrats! I want to first thank Venita Strange for continuing to edit our widely-read newsletter while we look for a new Corresponding Secretary. She continues to do a great job. This was another busy month filled with … Continue reading
White House Hispanic Community Action Summit in Los Angeles, Califor On Thursday, April 5, 2012 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., please join us at the White House Hispanic Community Action Summit in Los Angeles, California. The summit will connect … Continue reading
Northeast Community Newsletter: Friday, March 16th, 2012 Huizar and Community Mark Completion of Northeast’s First Stormwater Capture Facility & New Exercise Equipment Councilmember José Huizar and Garvanza and Highland Park community members joined city officials and … Continue reading
Elliott Caine 4tet 2 Mambos 3/22 Jazz Fans & Cognoscenti….. Just a reminder: a new venue for us, kind of a jazz & Cuban vibe. Info is below. Hope to see y’all, EC The Elliott Caine Quartet (EC-trumpet, Mahesh Balasooriya-piano, … Continue reading
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March 9, 2012 CicLAvia 2012 Get ready for L.A.’s biggest block party–CicLAvia. CicLAvia is a family-friendly street festival on April 15, 2012, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. where 10 miles of streets are closed to cars and opened for you to … Continue reading
Heritage Square Museum Vintage Fashion Show and Tea Get Your Tickets Now! On Saturday, March 31, 2012 Heritage Square Museum’s annual Vintage Fashion Show and Tea takes a look at the costume statements of the “Silver Screen”. Beginning at 11 … Continue reading
Alisson Achauer Photographs
Timothy Sellers Paintings
Opening: Sat. March 10, 2012 • 7 to 10 pm
For this exhibit, Allison Achauer works within the relatively new medium of digital photography to explore the traditional genre of still life. Her intimate arrangements of animal, vegetable and mineral continue the traditions of 17th and 18th century northern European masters.
In direct contrast with her process, Timothy Sellers uses the traditional medium of oil painting to create pictures with a modern feel. Each painting depicts one or two boldly iconic fruits or vegetables.
Allison & Timothy live in Highland Park. Many of the fruits, vegetables, bird nests and other objects are from their garden.
Since PI DAY is March 14, we will be celebrating with pies in attendance.
If you can’t make the opening, the display will be see-able by appointment until April 1 (call 323-254-4565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
More in Store at Eagle Rock Plaza: Los Angeles, California, March 1, 2012 – Each month there is more in store at Eagle Rock Plaza and March is an especially busy month. The mall continues to improve upon their … Continue reading