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November 10, 2002 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
This Echo Park home was built in 1905-06 as a Craftsman-style duplex by A.J. Crawford, a contractor and builder, for his family. The sellers, Bruce Richards and his wife, Kim Kanatani, have used it as a single-family home since they bought the property 16 years ago. The house still could be used as a duplex with some minor alterations, according to Ron Emler, who has the listing. Richards, an art professor at Cal Arts in Valencia, and Kanatani, with the Museum of Contemporary Art in L.A.
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REAL ESTATE
November 10, 2002 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
This Echo Park home was built in 1905-06 as a Craftsman-style duplex by A.J. Crawford, a contractor and builder, for his family. The sellers, Bruce Richards and his wife, Kim Kanatani, have used it as a single-family home since they bought the property 16 years ago. The house still could be used as a duplex with some minor alterations, according to Ron Emler, who has the listing. Richards, an art professor at Cal Arts in Valencia, and Kanatani, with the Museum of Contemporary Art in L.A.
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January 29, 2001 | LYNELL GEORGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some would say reinvention is the best antidote for a bad reputation. Ask any Angeleno. But longtime resident Ron Emler might rescript that axiom--just a shade. For the last 15 years or so, Emler's prescription has called for reinvestment or better, break-a-sweat commitment. A late-to-the-game community activist, Emler, with the help of other concerned neighbors, has ministered to the sagging image of Echo Park and tried to help the neighborhood reconnect with itself.
NEWS
January 29, 2001 | LYNELL GEORGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Some would say reinvention is the best antidote for a bad reputation. Ask any Angeleno. But longtime resident Ron Emler might rescript that axiom--just a shade. For the last 15 years or so, Emler's prescription has called for reinvestment or better, break-a-sweat commitment. A late-to-the-game community activist, Emler, with the help of other concerned neighbors, has ministered to the sagging image of Echo Park and tried to help the neighborhood reconnect with itself.
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May 30, 1999 | GEORGE RAMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The folks in and around Scott Avenue in Echo Park finally have it made. Keiko Fowler goes to sleep peacefully around 10 p.m. Eduardo de la Garda no longer has to contend with speeding motorists taking over both sides of the street. Ramon Sanchez jogs. And some, like Ron Emler, invite friends over to their home any time they want to. "I couldn't have done that 10 years ago," Emler, 58, said. The change in the rhythm of life along Scott was a simple one.
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