Gabriela Serrato-Lone, a member of ChicanxUnknown, a photography collective, secured a nearly $1,000 grant from the Highland Park Neighborhood Council to help pay for the “Divine Energy: Herstory Block Party,” on Saturday, Mar. 10, from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Ave. 52 between York Blvd. and Meridian St. The block party, which will be held in conjunction with the monthly NELA Art Walk, is intended to promote women entrepreneurship, art and culture in Highland Park. In addition to bands, displays and other activities, there will be an exhibition of Ms. Serrato-Lone’s photographs, entitled “Self Love,” at Mi Vida, a women’s store for apparel and accessories at York Blvd. and Ave. 52.
If the Biden-Harris ticket wins, elected officials with ties to Northeast L.A. are among the possible replacements for Harris in the U.S. Senate. From left, Xavier Becerra, Hilda Solis, Jimmy Gomez, Kevin de León, Maria Elena Durazo.
A plan to use this Craftsman house as a business location has drawn opposition in Highland Park but could find approval Downtown. | Photo by T.A. Hendrickson