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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

Nothing in the Charlestown plan binds the new company to actually sell any properties, but reports of assets coming on the block have created somewhat of a broker frenzy in the The plan could involve the sale of several Downtown properties. Ted McGonagle, a former MMPI employee working with Charlestown, who would serve as COO under the firm’s reorganization proposal, told the court in December that the new company would aim to sell holdings including the property that houses J Restaurant & Lounge, the Union Lofts and a 32,000-square-foot produce facility at 788 S. Alameda St. According to court documents, the Charlestown plan would use some of the new equity to pay for physical improvements at several MMPI industrial properties in order to reduce the firm’s vacancy rate. Despite an industrial vacancy rate in Downtown of approximately 3%, MMPI’s vacancy rate was nearly 40% in December, according to court filings. staff wRiteR M eruelo Maddux Properties, the biggest privat...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

“That’s eight less than our all time high, in October 2008,” Bales said.“ There’s been no measurable let-up.” City vs. County The Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count was executed during three days in January when some 4,000 volunteers canvassed city and county streets tallying the homeless. LAHSA also conducted a demographic survey over two months, interviewing individuals on the street and in shelters to gather data including the person’s age, military history and whether they battled substance addiction. The new report claims another drop in homeless families, from 9,763 in 2009 to 9,218 individuals this year. Bales, however, said the data isn’t reflected in the Union Rescue Mission, which is currently serving 55 families. temporarily housed through a county program that provides motel or hotel fare. The criticism prompted LAHSA to later add 4,878 more individuals to its tally of homeless family members. The number added families that, during the 2009 count, had been Others greeted...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

June 20, 2011 Downtown News 7 Development Reform Plan Nears Completion Latest Effort Calls for Mix of Immediate and Long-Term Fixes Contact Ryan Vaillancourt at ryan@ downtownnews. com. “Everything sounds good,” said Hamid Behdad, co-presi-dent of the Central City Development Group.“ But we’ll have to wait and see what happens.” It will be a year at least before anyone can tell whether the plan results in meaningful change. After decades of false starts on development reform, some prefer to hold off before trusting that change will occur. “We’re going to press to get that money out of the City Council,” Schatz said of the zoning code overhaul proposal. “They’ve got to do it.” At least not yet. institutionalizing an existing but informal process. Currently, a developer facing an entitlement or permit roadblock has to arrange a meeting with several department heads at once. Under the new system, when an application meets a cross-department conflict, it will go up the new case manageme...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

I-405: Countdown To Closure July 16-17 --Plan ahead, avoid the area, or stay home is the message for the weekend closure of the I-405 in the Sepulveda Pass. Ultimate Business Networking Event ! Mix and mingle with hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of business people representing industries and companies in and around Southern California. The 13th annual L. A.' s ¨THURSD Join Los Angeles area chambers and business organizations for The ¨ Largest Mixer is a great opportunity to reach small to large companies, meet new clients and learn how the different chambers of commerce and business organizations can make your business grow. ¨ ¨ I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project > An extended 53-hour closure of the I-405 northbound between the I-10 and US 101 and southbound between the US 101 and Getty Center Drive is scheduled for July 16-17 for demolition of the Mulholland Bridge, part of the freeway improvements project. > The project adds a 10-mile HOV lane, re...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

“I also talked to someone at the office who had experience with the Navy and knew how to make things move through the water,” she admitted. “I thought as soon as wind catches it that it will blow across the water and it won’t catch on the lane ropes or anything,” he said.“ I would have bet $ 10 that boat would win. It didn’t. It didn’t do that well. I don’t know what makes a good boat.” Overrated Dome the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. Although one might expect some of the many Downtown architects and engineers to have a distinct advantage, that has not proven to be the case. Miller recalls one competitor who fashioned a craft that resembled a geo- desic dome. Downtown News 9 June 20, 2011 On the Waterfront Paper ‘ Yachts’ to Fill Fountain At City National Plaza photo by Gary Leonard The fourth annual Psomas Paper Yacht Challenge will take place in the fountain in front of City National Plaza on Wednesday, June 22. Proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House. Entry fees star...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

time to rest. Perry : The Ninth District representative on the City Council since 2001 filed papers March 15. A favorite of Downtown business leaders and residents, she has three fundraisers on her roster ( two in Downtown, and one at Lawry’s in Beverly Hills. Yummy). She also has been crisscrossing the city, meeting with community groups. Although she hit the $ 200,000 milestone June 9, she said it’s no He said the big issue he’s heard from Angelenos is the desire to make the city work sensibly and cost effectively, and to provide basic services like filling potholes. Job creation is also a frequent topic. More endorsements are coming he said. For now, he’s taking the long view. “Election day is March 2013,” he said.“ I remind our supporters, let’s work toward that.” “We’re making good progress,” he said. “Unlike career politicians I didn’t start with a base of people who supported my campaign and have written checks for me for 120 years. We’re building a base.” PROTECT YOUR TOYOTA...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

877-452-9698 Need STORAGe? Call StorQuest today $ 1 FIRST MONTH’S RENT * Contact Jon Regardie at regardie@ downtownnews. com. The structure was built 85 years ago by Pacific National Bank as its headquarters, according to the property sales document. It was designed in the Italian Renaissance style by the firm Morgan, Walls & Clement. It served as the base for Coast Savings from 1948 to 1987. It was declared a city HistoricCultural Monument in 1988. Louie. “This indicates the clear, continuing improvement in the Los Angeles Downtown development marketplace, both from a conversion of an existing structure and from the ground-up construction standpoint,” said Louie said that while Onni is not looking to build the new project right away, they are interested in the possibility. The upgrades for the existing building envisioned by Benjamin involved creating 98 live-work units and 15 commercial condominiums. In 2009, plans for building a 283-condominium edifice on the lot on N...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

An originator of this school of thought was Lotte Berk. A ballet dancer in Germany in the 1920s and ’ 30s, she fled to England when the Nazis came to power. With the help of an osteopath, she established a series of exercises that built on her experiences as a dancer. These exercises targeted specific areas of the body for strength and flexibility. Simply put, hybrid exercise classes combine two or more methods of exercising. Many fitness experts agree that this is a quicker and more effective way to get in shape than using a single method. Say you run four or five times a week: You are in pretty good cardiovascular shape. But what about strength and flexibility? You are overlooking that part of your workout. If so, you may be in luck, as one of the newest fitness trends is hybrid exercise classes. These aim, for example, to offer the heartpumping rush of cardio and the supple toned body that comes with Pilates and yoga in a single class. A re you torn between cardio and strength tr...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

“It’s the way of the future,” said Varela, 43, originally of Huntington Beach.“ It’s where theater is going because it allows the designer to create another person on stage. That person is the back wall.” So while there’s plenty to attract those who became fans of see Les Misérables, page 28 Varela, reflecting on the way in which gritty characters and brutal events are realistically portrayed — can you say blood capsule? — had one phrase to describe the new production. “It’s unafraid,” he said. For everything that is new about the show coming to Los Angeles, however, there will be a steadying influence in McVey, who has played the role of Valjean well over 2,500 times on Broadway, on tour and in London. He first stepped into the fugitive’s clothes at age 28; now he’s 53. “I have a very long history with the character,” McVey said. This time though, things are a little different. McVey described the new production as very passionate and in-your-face. “Though it’s continually sung thr...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

In a sort of terpsichorean perfect storm, the Central City this week will be filled with two intriguing but completely different dance troupes. On the same days that the Ballet Nacional de Cuba will bring a classic text to life on the stage of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the New York City-based company Third Rail Projects will re-imagine Wonderland visitor Alice and some of her friends. Not only that, they’ll do it for free in front of hundreds of Downtown office workers on their lunch break. by Jacqueline Vergara Amézquita A cclaimed dancers from Cuba and people enamored with Lewis Carroll don’t cross paths too frequently. But that is precisely what is occurring in Downtown Los Angeles this week. Gary Leonard On June 23-25, New York’s Third Rail Projects will present free performances inspired by Alice in Wonderland at Bank of America Plaza. Each show lasts 20 minutes. ing the company’s technically skilled dancers, vividly colored costumes and celebrated Latin flair. Those all c...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

Editor & PublishEr: Sue Laris GENEGENErAl Dawn Eastin AdvErtisiNG dirEctor: Steve Nakutin clAssiFiEd AdvErtisiNG MANAGEr: Catherine Holloway AccouNt ExEcutivEs: Iedia Hess, Catherine Holloway, Bill McBee, Brenda Stevens ExEcutivE Editor: Jon Regardie citY Editor: Richard Guzmán stAFF writEr: Ryan Vaillancourt coNtributiNG Editors: Kathryn Maese coNtributiNG writErs: Jay Berman, Jim Farber, Jeff Favre, Kristin Friedrich, Howard Leff, Rod Riggs, Marc Porter Zasada circulAtioN: Norma Rodas distributioN Salvador Ingles distributioN AssistANts: Lorenzo Castillo, Gustavo Bonilla Los Angeles Downtown News 1264 W. First Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026 phone: 213-481-1448 fax: 213-250-4617 web: DowntownNews. com email: realpeople@ downtownnews. com Art dirEctor: Brian Allison AssistANt Art dirEctor: Yumi Kanegawa ProductioN ANd GrAPhics: Alexis Rawlins facebook: L. A. Downtown News twitter: DowntownNews PhotoGrAPhEr: Gary Leonard One copy per person. The Los Angeles Downtown News i...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

Performances. 8 p. m.: Showman, author and humorist Charles Phoenix presents a fun-filled tour of the city’s many “lands” — all new, and created especially for Grand 6: 30-8 p. m.: At Friday Night Sing-Alongs, hundreds of voices belt out popular favorites and classic tunes, accompanied by live musicians. Lyrics provided. This week, it’s songs inspired by the TV show“ Glee.” Grand Performances California Plaza, 350 S. Grand Ave., visit grandperformances. org. Friday, June 24 Friday Night Sing-Along In the plaza at 135 N. Grand Ave., visit musiccenter. org. Move over Disneyland. For that matter, move over Graceland, Legoland and Dollywood. “ Los Angelesland” is coming to the California Plaza Watercourt on Frida y, June 24, at 8: 30 p. m.“ Ambassador of Americana” and kin g of kitsch Charles Phoenix is headed to the outdoor Bunker Hill venue for a live slide show that is par t of the free Grand Performances series. The humorist will presen t a tour of both the chees y and the classic a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

Images of Men: A Look Through Fragrance is a new installation in the Annette Green Fragrance Archive. The bottles and accessories showcased explore how men’s diverse identities and roles are conveyed through the changing designs of the bottles them- selves. Ongoing: One of a kind, the museum is dedicated to enhancing our understanding the art, culture and science of the olfactory. Originally opened in New York City in 1999, the collection— 2,000 bottles, perfume presentations and documentary ephemera dating from the late 1800s to the present— was donated to FIDM in 2005. Also,“ High Style: Perfume and the Haute Couture” features a selection of fragrance bottles and packaging that reflect the many ways that fame inspires design. Annette Green Perfume Museum FIDM, second floor, 919 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 6241200 or fidmmuseum. org. Ongoing: An array of firefighting relics dating to 1924, including a 1940 Pirsch ladder truck, an 1890 hose wagon, uniforms from New York, L. A. County and ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 20 June 2011

BARS & CLUBS Ongoing: Take in an Old West exhibit including a faux 19th-century Wells Fargo office, a real-life Concord stagecoach that once traversed windy southern Kentucky roads and a gold nugget weighing in at a shocking two pounds. Ongoing: The“ Dino Lab” is a working paleontological lab, wherein museum preparators will work on a several dinosaur and other fossil creature skeletons for future display at the museum. Wells Fargo History Museum 333 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 253-7166 or wellsfargohistory. com. Ongoing: The spectacular Humboldt fin whale specimen,“ Finwhale Passage,” features the 63-foot-long specimen, which weighs more than 7,000 pounds and has been re-articulated to create a more realistic impression of the living animal. An intriguing sound installation and interactive visitor components will accompany the display, which is one of the best and most complete large-whale articulations in the world. Ongoing:“ Age of Mammals” tells an epic evolutionary story ...

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