Cruising on the Boulevard

East Los Angeles, California   November 13th, 2020 One memorable and still alive trend along Whittier Boulevard is the usage and showings of lowriders. It has been said that East Los Angeles, specifically on Whittier Boulevard was one of the few first…

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Veterans Day Ceremony at “Cinco Puntos” Mexican-American All Wars Memorial

  Welcome Remarks  Tony Zapata – Sr. Vice Commander VFW Post 1013   Pledge og Allegiance  Tony Zapata – Sr. Vice Commander VFW Post 1013   Helicopter Flyover LAPD Air Support Division   Introduction of Master of Ceremonies Julie “JuJu’…

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In Loving Memory of Gilbert Polanco

  Sylvia Jauregui ·  Thank you Coach Polanco for the many years of wonderful memories on the football field but most importantly thank you for your support and friendship. The entire Eastside will miss you tremendously. You were definitely one…

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Sunday Bikes 2021 HIGH C 29″ Matte Army Green with 23.5″ tt

instagram.com/mr.oriol Sunday designed the High C 29″ with a 100% Full Chromoly Frame, Fork, and Bars, in order to make it one of the most reliable 29″ bikes on the market.   Whether it’s cruising all day, jumping curbcuts, or wheelie-ing…

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Fans Celebrate Los Angeles Lakers Championship on Whittier Blvd in East LA

  The Los Angeles Lakers brought home their 17th championship on Sunday night, beating the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, 106-93. Laker fans from East LA and beyond celebrated by cruising and setting off fireworks on…

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Born X Raised Rams Mural in East LA

The mural was located in East Los Angeles on Whittier Blvd and McBride Ave but recently has been painted over due to graffiti   Mural artist  Alfonso Gonzalez Jr & Downtowndaniel    ^ instagram.com/bornxraised  

New L.A Rams Mural up in East L.A

    rams We are Built for LA. #RamsHouse Mask up + practice social distancing while visiting our murals around town! East LA: 326 S Atlantic Blvd. East Los Angeles, CA 90022 Inglewood: 2714 W Florence Ave. Los Angeles, CA…

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Thousands Turn out to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium

    Thousands Turn out to Commemorate 50th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium   Thousands of people turned out Saturday to hold processions through East Los Angeles to mark the 50th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium March, a protest against…

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50th Anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium

    Ruben Salazar (March 3, 1928 – August 29, 1970] was a Mexican-American journalist killed by a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy during the National Chicano Moratorium March against the Vietnam War on August 29, 1970 in East Los…

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Ronin Gray The Gift of WLPWR

    These are troubling times we are currently faced with and in a world filled with uncertainty,  it seems there’s only one thing that can help us rise above it all. Our “WILL POWER” a fitting inclusion for rapper Ronin…

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