It will soon be nearly a year since Echo Park Lake was closed, drained and hidden from view by a nearly mile-long green screen. But the screen, designed to cut down on construction dust during a $65 million clean up, has been torn open in places, providing windows from which passersby can sneak a peak of the construction underway. Expect many more months of people standing on their tippy toes and gazing through the holes before the lake is refilled by Spring of 2013.
- Echo Park adjusts to life without a lake. The Eastsider