These reporters from Occidental College will help the Boulevard Sentinel cover more local stories, in English and Spanish. Bios on each are included below.

Meet the Team: The NELA Neighborhood Reporting Partnership signs up new members

By T. A. Hendrickson and Matthew Reagan
In October, the Boulevard Sentinel and The Occidental, the campus newspaper of Occidental College, announced the NELA Neighborhood Reporting Partnership (NELA NRP) — a professional collaboration between the two papers to bolster coverage of Northeast Los Angeles while offering Oxy’s reporters valuable local news experience. The Occidental has selected 13 student journalists to participate in the partnership this spring semester. Meet the Team.

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A look at "In Yarrow We Trust," a part of a new exhibit opening at Oxy Arts on York Blvd. Photo credit: Oxy Arts.

Your Guide to Art and Culture in NELA

By Pablo Nukaya
As art and culture organizations have changed their ways in response to the pandemic, the result has been a creative outpouring of virtual exhibitions, online workshops and streaming performances. 

Here are upcoming art and culture opportunities in Northeast Los Angeles, many of which are free and all of which can be experienced remotely or at a safe distance.

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Adultos mayores de 65 años o más son candidatos para recibir la vacuna contra el COVID-19 en L.A. Aun así la situación sobre la implementación de las vacunas ha estado rodeada de temor, información falsa y obstáculos prácticos, tal como las dificultades al navegar los sitios de web de registración. | Fotografía cortesía de Al Seib para L.A. Times via Getty Images

‘Una dosis de la verdad’ para combatir la inquietud a la vacuna en NELA

By Zach Goodwin

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This logo for the ERNC Committee on Aging Neighbors created by Lindsay Kiesling

Help getting a COVID-19 vaccination appointment for Eagle Rock seniors 65+ years old

by ERNC
Help is here! In our little corner of Northeast LA, a small band of Eagle Rock residents are volunteering to graciously work safely from their homes to find available appointments or help with rides to the appointment. There is no cost to seniors, and all communication will follow safety protocol. Want or need help? Read more!

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A Guide to Voting in Northeast L.A.

Decision time is here: Vote-by-mail voters will start getting their ballots this week for the March 3 primary. Voting in person will start on February 22 and go until March 3 at convenient “vote center” locations throughout L.A. Here’s how to register to vote (if you aren’t registered, there’s still time), vote-by-mail or vote-in-person, including the locations and hours of 18 vote centers in Northeast L.A.

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Corey Wilton owns Piencone, Four Café and a third restaurant opening soon. He says one burglar "was in, out and gone within 45 seconds. The guy totally knew what he was doing."

Special Report: Break-Ins Steal a Sense of Security Along Colorado Blvd.

The Boulevard Is a Vulnerable Target, Business Owners Want More Police Presence by Joel Sappell and Laura Brady-Allen       UPDATE: May 29, 2019, 6:25 p.m. Three men arrested for a one-night spree of burglaries on Colorado Blvd. in Eagle Rock and Pasadena on Jan. 5 pleaded no contest to the charges on May […]

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The Regular Winter Season Wraps Up

By The winter season in high school sports in L.A. has been stop and go. Competition started in mid-December, stopped for the holiday break, started again on Jan. 9, stopped during the teacher strike that began in mid-January and resumed after the strike ended on Jan. 22. Making up for lost practice time is really […]

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Saying “No” to Yet Another Anti-Immigrant Proposal

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has received 216,102 public comments on a Trump administration proposal that would make it harder for legal immigrants to obtain green cards or permanent residency if they use Medicaid, food stamps, housing subsidies or other common federal benefits.  The comments were overwhelmingly against the proposal. It’s safe to say […]

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Mike Kelly Memorial: Art that Unites Past and Present, Here and Elsewhere

Seven years ago, an abandoned carport at the end of Tipton Way in Highland Park became a community memorial to the artist Mike Kelley, who had his studio down the street and had died by suicide on Jan. 31, 2012. All through the month of February, 2012, visitors filled the space with farewell messages in […]

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INDUSTRIOUS: FOLKE, a CFA,ER exhibition by artists from three generations of a local family of artists.

Editor’s Notebook February 2019

Art You Can View, Art You Can Use         INDUSTRIOUS: FOLKE, an exhibition from Feb. 1 through Feb. 28 at the Center for the Arts Eagle Rock (CFAER), presents a collection of paintings, sketches, inkings, sculpture and illustrations by artists from three generations of a local family of artists. The featured works, by Ralf and Jeannette […]

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