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Kagel Canyon: Tight-knit before and after the Creek Fire - Curbed LA

The Hideaway Bar and Grill, a century-old Western-themed watering hole tucked into the base of Angeles National Forest , is packed from wall to wall with locals.

It’s a Saturday night in December, and a rockabilly band plays in the front room, where couples twirl and head-bang under twinkling Christmas lights and paper icicles and a crowd gathers around the pool table in the back room over heaping plates of ribs and coleslaw. Every seat is filled at the wood-paneled bar, which is adorned with horseshoes, antique pistols, and signs, including one that reads: “Gun safety rule #1: carry one.”

The mood is so jovial that if it weren’t for the volunteers collecting cash donations at the door and new or gently used clothing in the motorcycle-lined parking lot, you might never guess that tonight is a relief fundraiser for the Creek Fire . The blaze devastated the neighborhood less than two weeks ago, burning more than 15,000 acres and destroying dozens of homes.

Even to many people in Los Angeles, Kagel Canyon and the surrounding mountain communities of Lopez Canyon and Little Tujunga were unknown neighborhoods before the Creek Fire thrust them into the... Source: