Ari Bessendorf

Greater Echo Park Elysian Neighborhood Council

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Tomorrow, it's "Play Ball" for the first time this season in Chavez Ravine, as the Dodgers start a home stand against the Giants of San Francisco.

Dodgers Are Back in LA: A Great Team with Image Problems

Tomorrow, it's "Play Ball" for the first time this season in Chavez Ravine, as the Dodgers start a home stand against the Giants of San Francisco.

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LA City Attorney Mike Feuer inherited a proposed injunction against six rival gangs in Echo Park—a hot residential market with a lively nightlife near downtown LA.

Is it Time for a Gang Injunction in Echo Park?

LA City Attorney Mike Feuer inherited a proposed injunction against six rival gangs in Echo Park—a hot residential market with a lively nightlife near downtown LA.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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