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Thousands of Cyclists to Take Over Downtown Streets Sunday

CicLAvia returns to downtown Los Angeles this weekend, with a new hub in Echo Park, Metro officials have announced. On Sunday, Oct. 8, thousands of bikers and pedestrians... Read more »

This Week On EGP’s Community Calendar

Thursday, Oct. 5 6pm–Sanctuary Town Hall Meeting Presented by Indivisable Highland Park. Organizers will discuss why Sanctuary City designations work, are in demand... Read more »

Edison Accepting Scholarship Applications

High school seniors interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering or math careers are invited to apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison... Read more »

L.A. Councilman Calls for Glendale to Extend Scholl Canyon Landfill Review

 “Given no outreach has been offered to the residents of Eagle Rock who bear a significant burden from the operation of the landfill,” Los Angeles Councilman... Read more »

Gov. Signs Bill to Move Up California Primary

California residents could find themselves playing a greater role in the next presidential election, with the governor signing a bill by a Bell Gardens legislator... Read more »

Imagining A Single-Payer Health System In California

With the crumbling of the latest GOP plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, many Americans seem more willing to discuss what a single-payer system might... Read more »

Optimist Honor Young Volunteers for Service

The volunteer work of Jasmine Serbin and Jestin Jimenez (seated, holding certificates) was recognized Saturday, Sept. 30 at a breakfast hosted by the Optimist Club-East... Read more »

Tips On Finding Nursing Home Bed When On Medi-Cal

Most everyone agrees it can be very difficult — next to impossible, really — for Medi-Cal enrollees to snag a spot in a nursing home, especially if they’re... Read more »

Sensible Driving Saves More Gas Than Drivers Think

It’s common knowledge that driving aggressively can dent gas mileage, but it’s difficult to determine exactly how much gas drivers waste. A new study by researchers... Read more »

Court Throws Out 2006 Conviction of ‘Teen’ in Highland Park Murder

A federal appeals panel has thrown out a man’s murder conviction, finding that Los Angeles police violated the then-teenager’s rights by denying his request... Read more »

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