Ξ February 26th, 2009 | → 5 Comments | ∇ 90041, Food, Press |
In the ongoing glut of media attention on our corner of Los Angeles, the New York Times ran a piece yesterday covering the receding tide of gentrification in Eagle Rock. The prospective shuttering of storefronts is sad, but the silver lining is that the original allure of the neighborhood is still here: low crime, a good public school, and a close community. Home prices dropping into the range of possibility for working couples isn’t a bad thing either.
Also, if you’ve ever wondered what Auntie Em’s puts in their Oatmeal Cookies, look no further.