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

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Publication Title: La Downtown News
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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 — 27 June 2011

The cats come out at night. All About Anime Downtown spirits, an ice cream push, and other happenings Around Town. 2 15 Exchanging Italian restaurants, drink deals and more local food news. Chairmen of the Boards 16 Hundreds of Skateboarders Roll on City Streets and Through Pershing Square photos by Gary Leonard Skateboarders converged on Downtown on June 21 for a mass ride. The event was titled Wild in the Streets. Life inside a Downtown food truck. by Jacqueline Vergara Amézquita D owntown’s commuter population got an unexpected boost last week: In the early afternoon of Tuesday, June 21, hundreds of energetic teens and young adults skateboarded across the Sixth Street Bridge and into the Central City. Organized by Emerica, an athletic shoe and gear company that also sponsors a skateboarding team, the event titled Wild in the Streets was held in commemoration of Go Skateboarding Day. The event started at Hollenbeck Park in Boyle Heights at 1 p. m. After a warm-up session of pivots...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

T he Men’s Central Jail is getting a minor makeover, following the County Board of Supervisors’ approval of a $ 250,000 project to renovate part of the facility’s interior. The work will include modifications to better meet the Americans with Disabilities Act, the installation of more alarms, including panic buttons for staff and security gates, and additional office space for parole and inmate processing. The project is scheduled to take 10 months. The county will be reimbursed by the California Department of Corrections Jail Gets Minor Renovation n BUILDING HIGHLIGHTS Beautiful 236,900 sq. ft. 11 Story Office Building. Parking Available on Premises Conference Room • 24 Hour Security $ 1.55 Interior - $ 1.65 Exterior Per Rentable Sq. Ft. 2 SUITES AVAILABLE Suite 1000 - 7,400 approximate rentable square feet. 8 offices, 1 executive office and large creative space. Access directly off elevators. The Petroleum Building 714 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015 Why does this little bu...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

soft market. The latest of the mighty to fall appears to be Richard Meruelo, the politically connected real estate magnate who, as Los Angeles Downtown News reported last week, may be ousted from the company he founded. Meruelo Maddux Properties, for a time the largest landholder in Downtown, is nearing the end of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, and observers expect that two investors ready to pump $ 23 million into the business will take charge. Although the game is not over, it’s a turnaround no one in local real estate circles ever expected. What has become apparent about business in the past few years in Downtown is that while the overall sector continues to have a position of influence, for certain figures or prominent companies, power can be fleeting. Look over the years or even the decades and one will see the diminishing, or sometimes the disappearance, of business leaders people may have thought were too big or too powerful ever to fail. M any people believe that busines...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

circuit. They’re not really on the Downtown party We’ll never know how many cats live Downtown. We rarely see them. They’re invisible to the casual observer, going about their secret lives like Navy SEALs or the livein help at the Schwarzenegger residence. A Downtown Pet Boutique Is Feeling Pretty Frisky Catty Shack But even for them, it’s a bit of a stretch. Downtown cats probably make a little Those are, in fact, actual cats, strolling on a recent weeknight toward the corner of Sixth and Main for a fancy night out. Cats? On these mean streets? Downtown has gained a bit of fame in recent years as a petfriendly neighborhood. Dogs thrive here despite the traffic, congestion and limited open space. It’s easy to spot them chugging up and down the sidewalks of major thoroughfares, happily leading their busy loftdwelling owners on daily ( and nightly) walks. Dogs, as we all know, are amazing animals that tend to make the best of any situation, even if it means living in renovated office ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

6 Downtown News June 27, 2011 P irates, water-loving Vikings and a whitehaired fan of Gone With the Wind were among the participants at the fourth annual Psomas Paper Yacht Challenge. Forty-eight designers placed their homemade crafts in the fountain with the“ Double Ascension” sculpture at City National Plaza on Wednesday, June 22. The fastest yacht, entered by the Downtown office of the design and engineering firm AECOM, crossed the fountain in 34 seconds. The event, which doubles as a fundraiser, pulled in nearly $ 7,000 for this year’s beneficiary, the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. Boat Trip Photos by Gary Leonard r Metro Silver Line metro. net Faster than drivin g alone! Chea per than parkin g Down town! Now: More Fre quent Service! Now it’s even easier to get between the South Bay and Downtown on the Silver Line. Service now runs every 10 minutes during rush hour with increased frequencies during midday and weekends too. To plan your trip, check metro. net . LA Colise um ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

The CPUC is not only looking for Welborne to install new wheels, said King. The agency also wants him to provide spe- He noted a major difference between transportation behemoths that serve entire cities or regions, and one such as the Downtown funicular, where Welborne led a long campaign to raise the funds to bring Angels Flight back after the 2001 closure. Self inspections of rail agencies take on an increased importance because of the CPUC’s limited staff. King said the agency has only four rail transit inspectors throughout the state who work with more than a dozen agencies such as Metro, BART in San Francisco and the Sacramento Regional Transit District. derailment is too high.” Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. Without providing details, Welborne said that the foundation has the resources to operate the railway on its own. He said they would continue to work with the CPUC to satisfy their needs and reopen Angels Flight, although he would not say when the o...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

Dora Hernandez, the longtime cook, just gave me a courtesy smile. Then she turned “You’re going to kill me today,” he told me as nicely as he could while I was putting on my apron.“ You’re going to be in the way. Just try not to get in the way too much and be ready to get bumped once or twice, because there’s not a lot of room in here.” servant and having an ability to read people. Thus, I quickly sensed that Sergio Morales, who runs Joe’s Seventh and Bixel truck, wasn’t that excited about having me lollygagging around his truck during the busy time. “I’m here to help, just tell me what to do,” I said in my most reassuring, hard-worker-type voice.“ But I have no experience with any of this. The only thing I’m good at is I felt bad for Sergio. “We’re missing a guy today, and I’m going to have to do what he does too,” he responded. Now he would also have to deal with a nosy writer asking stupid questions. “Sounds like you’re not too crazy about me being here,” I said to Sergio. right ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

than when you’re asking about budgets. Most importantly, besides a few forgotten forks and maybe some red pepper added to an order of fries rather than seasoned salt ( sorry, nice lady in the white shirt) I did a pretty good job. Best of all, I didn’t kill Sergio. “You actually helped me today. You helped me a lot,” he told me at the end of my shift. I joked around a lot with the customers too, and they all seemed to think I was extra funny, since I got more laughs than I usually get when I joke around at press conferences. I guess people like you more when you’re handing them food “Kaaaabob salad, chicken wrap, chicken wrap here! California Burger, who’s got the California Burger?” “Who’s this new guy?” someone asked him. When I wasn’t loud enough Sergio was behind me like an echo. I seemed to be growing on him, too. “That’s my brother. Don’t we look alike?” Sergio joked. For the record, and to make Sergio feel better, we look nothing alike. Pretty soon I got used to her calls and ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

Silver and Bone : The Small Masterpiece silverware collection is more varied in terms of shape and make, but every fork, knife and spoon is comprised of sterling silver and a natural material like bone, mother of pearl or horn. The silverware is all heirloom, meaning that it was passed down through multiple generations. Finding heirloom silver is getting harder these days, Murakawa said. “Unfortunately, a lot of people are melting their heirloom flatware down because of the value of silver,” he said. These days, Murakawa pays between $ 40 and $ 50 for a single silver fork. Pretty in Porcelain : The plates are diverse in size and pattern, but are downright exclusive in terms of make. Every piece was fashioned by the legendary French porcelain manufacturer Haviland Limoges Gobs of Goblets : Murakawa’s clients Jason Murakawa founded Small Masterpiece two years ago in the Arts District. The company rents fine dining tableware pieces that are up to 130-years old. MID-YEAR ECONOMIC FORECA...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

Small Masterpiece is at 530 S. Hewitt St., # 533, ( 213) 229-8800 or smallmasterpiece. com “Collection is not an addiction,” he said. “It’s also very expensive to keep buying and buying and buying.” Decade Collection : Murakawa amassed his collection over the past decade, the fruit of trips to antique stores, flea markets, garage sales and auctions, with a little online shopping mixed in. Unlike many collectors, who can get obsessive, Murakawa believes his collection is essentially complete. When items get broken or lost, he replaces them, but that’s about it. wtjt coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon coup on coupon coupon FREE Pair of Feathers for Your Hair on bobby pin Human Hair Extension $ 5.99 originally $ 89 From 10” to 20” long over 15 colors Full Wigs $ 3.99 Large Variety. Original Value $ 89 Feather Hair Extension coupon co upon coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon coupon c oupo Beads & Trims • 741 maple ave. ( Between 7th & 8...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

French Chef’s Pop-Up Restaurant Returns to Downtown June 27, 2011 by RichaRd Guzmán Ludovic and Krissy Lefebrve will bring the pop-up restaurant LudoBites back to Gram & Papa’s in the Fashion District Aug. 3 to Sept. 10. for the run. The French chef last week announced that he will bring LudoBites back to Gram & Papa’s, a 40-seat venue in the Fashion District, Aug. 3-Sept. 10, with service on Tuesday through Friday nights. The venue will be christened Ludo 007 city editoR T hose who missed out on previous Downtown installments of celebrated chef Ludovic Lefebvre’s pop-up restaurant LudoBites have another chance this summer. “I love the energy of Downtown, of the Fashion District,” Lefebvre told Los Angeles Downtown News .“ Gram & Papa’s was the best LudoBites we ever had.” The agreement with Mike Ilic, the owner of Gram & Papa’s, calls for Ludo meals to take place in the evening, after the restaurant closes. Lefebvre and his staff move...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

— Rafael DePena, student A' I like the rooftop bar at The Standard. The atmosphere is good, the music is cool, there are all kinds of people my age and you get a few older people too. It’s kind of upscale so it’s cool. What is your favorite Downtown nightspot? 1513 South Grand Ave. Suite 400 Los Angeles, CA 90015 ( 213) 742.5784 A member of CHW * . California Hospital Medical Center Downtown News 13 by Richard Guzmán and Gary Leonard, asked at Grand Hope Park STREET TALK June 27, 2011 I like La Cita and Bar 107. At La Cita I like the mix of the crowd. You get a good vibe going on there, a whole mix of ethnicity. That’s the same reason I like Bar 107. student — Hepzi Perez, Downtown resident — Eric Wilson, I LosAnqeles ™ Center for Women's Health f Finally... a comprehensive facility dedicated to the health care needs of women in the prime of their lives. Whole-woman care for the whole you— conveniently located all in one place, under one roof. World class care from specialists who s...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

Seven Grand ’s new drinks menu. The “Cocktail Collection,” which launched this month, is inspired by the venue’s single malt whiskeys from Scotland, Japan, India, Ireland and the United States. It includes drinks from the mid-1800s to the present in categories such as House Originals and Vintage Cocktails. Options include the Canadian Punch, a classic from 1862 ( rye whiskey, Jamaican rum, pineapple and lemons) and Kentucky River Fish Kill Punch ( rye whiskey, Aperol Rhubarb liqueur, grapefruit, grated cinnamon and Italian prosecco). Drink up. and Friday from 11 a. m.-midnight. It’s din-ner-only on Saturday, from 5 p. m.-midnight, and Sunday, 5-11 p. m. At 630 W. Sixth St., ( 213) 614-1900. Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. Jacqueline Vergara Amézquita contributed to this report. thin-crust pizza and includes a bar with imported Italian beer and wine.“ It seemed like a natural approach to launch into doing food,” said Jonny Valenti, general manager at Urbano. On ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 27 June 2011

In the Green The economic impact of 125,000 people in Downtown on a usually slow holiday weekend also goes beyond any cultural see Anime, page 24 “You have storylines that follow everything from female heroines to a guy that controls a robot to a kid who just wants to be a chef,” Perez said.“ The style of background in anime videos, the artwork in manga, there’s more realism in Japanese animation.” The pop star, a digital creation of Crypton Future Media, will have a live band behind her. She’ll appear on stage as a 3D projection with her voice synthetically created by a computer program. Event brass are a pop diva making cert debut with a sort That figure, Hatsune for her ankle-length pigtails. She will perform Theatre July 2. Power Rangers. While Miku may be unfamiliar to most Downtown Los Angeles office workers and residents, she has a huge following. She is also the star of an upcoming U. S. ad campaign for Toyota. “We’re really stoked to have her,” said Marc Perez, chairmen and...

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