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The Lincoln Press is a community blog that serves as a commentary on the news and latest happenings in the Los Angeles' Lincoln Heights and other close by neighborhood.

Owner: commutervoice

Listed in: Local

Language: English

Tags: social commentary, local news, northeast la, local la

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Latest Blog Posts for Lincoln Press

  • Southern California Cities: Los Angeles and San Diego
    on Jul 30, 2015 in Front Page infortainment
    Being from the city of Los Angeles, one becomes immune to the rush from one place to the next – especially when the distance between the two places are about a 15 to 30 minutes drive away depending on traffic condition. However, when I’m...
  • Observing Independence Day
    on Jul 2, 2015 in Front Page
    Here’s a few suggestive time and places to watch free fireworks in the Northeast region of Los Angeles: July 3rd Near and around Dodger Stadium around 10:30 -11:00pm July 4th Hollen Park 415 South Louis St. at 9:00pm Eagle Rock Eagle Rock Recr...
  • At The Library: Where Minds, Stomachs, And Spirits Are Nurtured
    on Jun 25, 2015 in Front Page infortainment
    This summer children and teenagers at the Lincoln Heights Library are nurturing their minds with this year’s summer theme reading program call “Read to the Rhythm.” It’s an opportunity for children and teenagers to earn prize...
  • E3: Final Day and Thoughts
    on Jun 21, 2015 in Front Page infortainment
    All good things must come to an end, right? Sometimes. And as cliche as it may sound, it’s probably for the best. After 3 days of walking around diverse show rooms, test playing and watching others play games, and visiting different game compa...
  • E3: An Experience of a Lifetime, thus far
    on Jun 18, 2015 in Front Page infortainment
    When I first entered the event this week I had little to no idea what to expect. As I picked up my badge and walked through the main floor it looked quite fair until (as you may guess) when the first official day started, and oh, boy was I in for a t...
  • Tour de Lincoln Heights
    on Jun 11, 2015 in Front Page
    An experience running in an urban neighborhood. The ball of my feet bounce off the hard pavement as I take each step forward. The smell of burned fuel released into the atmosphere from nearby cars are distinctly noticeable. And the sounds of buzzing...
  • Graphic Storytelling with Warehouse Publishing
    on May 18, 2015 in Front Page
    Join us once more as my friends and I return to Cal State L.A. on Tuesday, May 19 at 2pm to share our experience with you on some of the behind-the-scenes process of how we collaborate and execute our talents in bringing you Northeast Avenue, a graph...
  • Eagle Con 2015
    on May 8, 2015 in Front Page
    Join my friends, local independent creators and myself as we take a break from our production to meet you at Eagle Con 2015 at Cal State L.A.’s campus. The event will focus on promoting independent visionary arts, games, and live discussion pan...
  • Urban Community Project
    on Jan 22, 2015 in Front Page
    Remember the jack hammering and the annoying clicking sounds I mentioned in an earlier post? Probably not. Well, those early remarks I have made before which wakes me up from my deep slumber are gearing towards a goal of making a building complex for...
  • Cleaver Theives Invade Northeast Region Community
    on Jan 15, 2015 in Front Page
    Locking your car doors in this part of the community does not stop or prevent thieves from stealing something from your car. They will literary steal anything that’s worth cashing in for a quick payday. This past week another incident occurred...
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