Category Archives: Lincoln Heights

What’s happening around town…

100 Year Old Lincoln Heights

100 years ago today, Lincoln Heights got its new and current name. It used to be East Los Angeles. Happy Birthday! Also, on this very important day, I saw a man giving his pet rooster a bike ride. Lincoln Heights … Continue reading

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LH Carnival This Weekend

Turns out there is a street carnival happening this weekend, right on our beloved N. Broadway! Just in time to cheer everyone up from the depressing and repressive future to come under Il Duce Anaranjado. I got there too early … Continue reading

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Is Jessica’s Closed?

It’s kinda hard to tell since it has seemed half-closed, half-open-for-business for years. But maybe it is down for the count, according to this latest of only four Yelp reviews.  Let us look back at the one time I ate … Continue reading

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Goodwill Store Reopens

When they opened up the huge new thrift store on Fletcher and San Fernando, the Goodwill people decided to close down their store in Lincoln Heights even though they have headquarters here. The new place at the old K-Mart is … Continue reading

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LH Today

Well, mostly today. Or recently. Whatever. My walks around Good Ol’ Lincoln Heights seem to be less frequent. I tend to blame the 40 hr work week, but maybe I also have less of a need or inclination. For awhile … Continue reading

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Tony’s Door Busters

I missed out on the Black Friday deals at Tony’s Water Paradise, not sure what they were but I remain intrigued. Maybe 10¢ a gallon? If I had known beforehand I could have spent the night on the sidewalk and … Continue reading

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