Sponsored Content: RETHINKING LEAF BLOWERS

HEALTH & WELLBEING

Gasoline powered leaf blowers negatively impact air quality. The gas engines of leaf blowers emit hazardous levels of particulate matter, carbon monoxide and smog forming particles. They blow dust, pollen and dirt into the air, contributing to asthma and allergy problems.

Leaf blowers also create noise pollution. A leaf blower can create 70 decibels of noise at 50 feet away, affecting children’s naps, disrupting those working from home and scaring birds and wildlife.

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Sponsored Content: Mortgage Minute May 2021 with Daniel Arias

SPONSORED CONTENT FROM WE FUND LA MORTGAGE MINUTE VOLUME 11, MAY, 2021 ECONOMIC UPDATE The economy is suddenly heading for a speedy recovery, as millions of Americans head back to work. Jerome Powel, chair of the Federal reserve elaborated on the current state of the market in a recent interview, saying “What we’re seeing now […]

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Julie McManus, this year's EAPD educator honoree

Sponsored Content: Local Dems celebrate educators and honor Eagle Rocker May 23

Who had to pivot fastest in their work serving others as COVID changed how Americans connected? Teachers top many a list. 

On Sunday, May 23, East Area Progressive Democrats (EAPD) join together online to pay tribute to educators for their 5th annual event Thank A Teacher with EAPD. 
For tickets and more. Read on.

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Photo courtesy of Minibop Music.

Sponsored Content: MiniBop Music of Glassell Park provides a much-needed environment for children to socialize, move, and interact with their peers.

MiniBop Music offers fun and highly Interactive Group Music Classes for kids ages 0-5+ and Mommy, Daddy, Parents or Caregivers, Private Music Playdates in-home or at our studio,  Private Music Lessons and Birthday/Event entertainment. Group classes are 45 minutes and include singing, movement, instruments, storytelling, bubbles and more. They’re a great way for parents and […]

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A volunteer delivers food and personal hygiene products to unhoused at the Figueroa encampment. | Photo by Audrey Mandelbaum

Sponsored Content: How to help our unhoused neighbors in the Eagle Rock community

By SELAH, Eagle Rock
Our unhoused neighbors in Eagle Rock and Northeast Los Angeles are the most vulnerable members of our community.

A group of volunteers from the neighborhood have come together to provide help and connect our unhoused neighbors to resources using a trauma-informed approach.

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