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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 October 2012

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 October 2012

October 8, 2012 26 Downtown News CLASSIFIED plaCe your ad online aT www. ladownTownnews. Com l. a. news Classifieds All submissions are subject to federal and California fair housing laws, which make it illegal to indicate in any advertisement any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, familial status, source of income or physical or mental disability. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. downtown news Classifieds Call: 213-481-1448 Classified Display & Line ad Deadlines: Thursday 12 pm pre-oWned doWntoWn l. a. auto group CASH NOW!! receiving payments from Mortgage Notes, Structured Settlements, Contest annuity or Cell Tower Lease? Sell Payments NOW! NYAC 1-800-338-5815. ( Cal-SCAN) FEELING OLDER? Men lose...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 October 2012

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 October 2012

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

Downtown Living 7 The Civic Center ‘graffiti pit’ could see a brighter future as an extension of Grand Park. 25 The Brewery Art Walk is coming: See artists’ creations, along with their personal space. 9-20 BIG BITES, BIG PROFITS Downtown Gets a Wave of Huge Restaurants, Many With 200 Seats or More The 8,200-square-foot Le Ka, which opened last month, is the latest restaurant from Wokcano head Michael Kwan. It is one of at least seven big restaurants to open in Downtown within a year. by Richard Guzmán be drastically different: The $ 2 million restaurant will feature a 9,000-square-foot ground floor, an 8,600-square-foot upper level and seating for more than 500. The establishment at 618 S. Broadway will have patio dining, an on-site bakery, a bar, deli and a lounge with live music. location and really big.” While at first glance Figaro Broadway might seem likely to dwarf its Downtown competitors, that’s not the case. In addition to attracting well-known chefs and adventurous diners,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 2 Downtown News p Savings! FIAT OF LOS ANGELES AT MOTOR VILLAGE LA Max Style Per Mile! 38MPG!* Reliable, Sporty Fuel Efficient Total savings $ 6,905 2013 DODGE AVENGER SE Net cost after rebates, plus tax & license. 5 at this price. $ 12,995 0% APR * * Offer ends October 31st. financing available for up to 60 months .......................................$ 19,900 ..................$ 2,405 ......................................$ 2,500 ............................$ 1,000 Rebate..........................$ 500 Cash............$ 500 Downtown Discount ..................$ Rebate ......................................$ Return Lease ............................$ Military Rebate..........................$ Auto Show Bonus Cash............$ GET UP TO GET UP TO 2013 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING $ 500 $ 1,500 Total savings $ 6,665 $ 15,995 Downtown Discount .......................................$ 22,660 Return Lease CA BC Retail Consumer Cash..$ 2,000 CONSUMER CASH*** on all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 Downtown News 3 r m Louis Bershad, President, SDB Partners ( Shown with his wife & her new E350) Currently Driving: Mercedes E550. Customer since 1971 I bought my first Mercedes-Benz from Downtown LA Motors in 1971. Sales and Service have been outstanding. It’s always a pleasure to come to the dealership. I look forward to many more years of working together! — Louis Bershad Downtown L. A. Auto Group Family Owned & Operated Since 1955 W W W . D T L A M O T O R S . C O M Real People, Real Stories FELIX CHEVROLET 3330 S. Figueroa St. 888-304-7039 felixchevrolet. com AUDI OF DOWNTOWN L. A. 1900 S. Figueroa St. 888-583-0981 audidtla. com NISSAN OF DOWNTOWN L. A. 635 W. Washington Blvd. 888-838-5089 downtownnissan. com VOLKSWAGEN OF DOWNTOWN L. A. 1900 S. Figueroa St. 888-781-8102 vwdowntownla. com DOWNTOWN LA MOTORS 1801 S. Figueroa St. 888-319-8762 mbzla. com CARSON NISSAN 1505 E. 223rd St. 888-845-2267 carsonnissan. com PORSCHE OF DOWNTOWN L. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 4 Downtown News AROUNDTOWN TAKE MY PICTURE GARY LEONARD River Study Gets Big Donation $ 39,814 last quarter, for a total of $ 91,167. The strongest performer by far in the time period was David Roberts . The ex-council aide and USC Government Relations staffer notched $ 78,553 in his first reporting period. State Assemblyman Mike Davis had an anemic $ 10,500 in contributions in the quarter, bringing him to $ 60,505. State Sen. Curren Price , who declared his candidacy days before the reporting period ended, has $ 1,400 in the bank. In the other race that involves Downtown, the First District, Jose Gardea , who hopes to succeed his termed-out boss Ed Reyes, continues to perform strongly, raising $ 55,598 for a total of $ 248,555. He extended his lead over state Assemblyman Gil Cedillo ; his $ 40,595 in contributions gave him $ 153,309. The primary is next March. T he effort to restore the Los Angeles River received a boost last week with the announcement of a $ 970,0...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 Downtown News 5 For Cleantech Companies, Continued from previous page Send a Kid to a USC Game T he USC football game this weekend may be a blowout — the mighty Trojans are facing the Colorado Buffaloes, who were 1-4 at press time. Still, for thousands of local economically disadvantaged kids, the game will be memorable. The Los Angeles Sports Council this week is holding its annual Touchdown for Youth event, during which donors from Downtown and beyond can send a kid to the Saturday, Oct. 20, game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Each $ 30 tax deductible contribution, whether from an individual or corporation, covers a ticket for one child. The tickets go to youth groups affiliated with USC.“ Touchdown for Youth can provide a special experience to young people who may never have been on a campus or inside the Coliseum, perhaps inspiring them to one day pursue a college education,” said USC Athletic Director Pat Haden in a prepared statement. The program was fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 6 Downtown News EDITORIALS Another Urban Scrawl by Doug Davis Look at ‘ América’ T tCWOW -HE's Hor A AMP -HIS w , MOT OOE- - ' W hen it comes to its“ importance” to Downtown, the Oct. 9 unveiling of the“ América Tropical” mural doesn’t quite measure up to the debut of the City Target at FIGat7th a day later. The re-emergence of the 18-by-80 foot artwork by David Alfaro Siqueiros probably won’t lead to future major investment in i SOT © £®OlW.' f the community. Still, giving the public access to the work 80 years after it was created and then whitewashed is an accomplishment worth noting. The city and the Getty Conservation Institute deserve praise for bringing this long, difficult project to fruition. \ ■i : v As Los Angeles Downtown News reported last week, the Siqueiros mural is the focal point of a $ 9.95 million project at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument. Not only is the artwork now open to the public, it has been placed in a context in which visito...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 Downtown News 7 ‘ Graffiti Pit’ Site Could Become a Park With Grand Park Open, City and County Officials Look at Purchasing Notorious Downtown Eyesore by Ryan VaillancouRt lot on the northern portion of the parcel and, until recently, was charged with maintenance. The city once had a thin strip of the property, but later gave up its share to the state. If the county pursues that option, it would still result in an expansion of the park, Hertzberg said. The current Hall of Administration is adjacent to the segment of the park between Grand Avenue and Hill Street. If it moved to the plot fronting First Street, the existing building would likely be demolished and the park would expand onto the resulting footprint, he said. T he recently opened Spring Street portion of Grand Park infused the Civic Center with sorely needed green space. It gave Downtown residents and workers a place to relax and picnic, and also delivered a small, fenced- staffwRiteR In 2007, a General S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 8 Downtown News RESTAURANT BUZZ the FIGat7th mall in the Financial District. Smart people say this signifies that Downtown is ready for big retail and that other prominent stores will soon follow. Still, there’s one question: When does the 25,000-square-foot food court open? Well, Target shoppers will have to wait until December to sample the goods from the nearly 20 establishments including Mendocino Farms, Loteria Grill, Oleego and Juicy Lucy. There’s also a sweet swing, thanks to the just confirmed inking of a deal with Beverly Hills’ Sprinkles Cupcakes , which many credit for starting the gourmet cupcake craze. Additionally, for those who absolutely must have their grilled cheese sandwiches and soups in less than two minutes, there’s The Melt . The San Francisco-based provider promises to deliver fancy grilled cheese sandwiches, with choices such as fontina and provolone on garlic bread or Colby-Jack on whole grain wheat, in 90 seconds or less. Restaurant Buzz w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 Downtown News 9 DOWNTOWN DOWNTOWN LIVING What’s in My Loft? Downtown Residents Talk About Four of Their Favorite Things in Their Homes Photos by Gary Leonard f Jy-j • ft aw 1 ,-* ■ w \ m m Jr*l \:r Ritz-Carlton Residences by Jeff Favre contributing writer F inancial advisor and restaurateur Kerry Moy calls his 1,300-square-foot luxury condominium at the Ritz-Carlton Residences at L. A. Live“ a sanctuary.” Located within walking distance of his office, as well as his newest restaurant, the contemporary American establishment Le Ka, the one-bed-room space features hand-laid black oak floors. The home hundreds of feet above the Downtown bustle overlooks Staples Center and the expanse of East L. A. 4 I ' XT A A - W I In his Downtown residence, Moy wanted the antithesis of his previous cluttered home. He created a simple decor and employed colors — mostly charcoals and earth tones — that are timeless. It takes only a few key elements to speak volumes about Moy’s design t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 10 Downtown News What’s in My Loft? out the place so there’s surround sound.” 2.“ This is a very rare guitar. It’s from Hawaii and made with koa wood, which is a protected tree and cannot be cut. It’s even more rare because the neck and the body are one piece of wood, and they are usually two pieces of wood joined together. I got this in 1978. The sound is amazing. I keep it on my wall, but I use it all of the time. I used to be a professional musician, but now I only play music as my therapy.” 3.“ I wanted a piece of art that reflected the simplicity of the entire space and that had colors that I have in my home. Someone showed me the work of Miguel Osuna, who is from Mexico and is here in L. A. His paintings give a feel of an ethereal dream, taking a simple scene and blurring it, giving it beauty and an interesting impression of continuous motion and movement. It’s as if you were in a car looking at a scene in motion.” 4.“ This yellow jade museum-quality incense b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 Downtown News 11 What’s in My Loft? Jan McCarthy Eastern Columbia Building by Jeff favre contributing writer T he moment Jan McCarthy drove by the Eastern Columbia Building on Broadway, she knew she wanted to live there — even though she had no idea lofts were available. Jan and husband, realtor Jerry McCarthy, moved Downtown in 2007. Jan’s office is within walking distance. Jan, who works as a business consultant for women, said the decor speaks to her love of virtually all styles and time periods. Most of her favorite objects tell a story of where she has been. S ave t he Date ! 1.“ The camel desk is from Morocco. I went in 2007. I asked the manager if I could get one and he led me down these winding alleys. I found the one I wanted, which is more than 100 years old. Part of it was painted red, which is probably my least favorite color; they were able to strip away the paint. It cost twice as much to ship it as to buy it. I got the glass here. I love that I found ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 12 Downtown News What’s in My Loft? aXA r * " "'**■* ■*TI 1 jJMW M » U j M Downtown, it’s not just big business anymore! Call Now For It’s our business to make you comfortable... at home, downtown. Corporate and long term residency is accommodated in high style at the Towers Apartments. Contemporary singles, studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartment homes provide fortunate residents with a courteous full service lobby attendant, heated pool, spa, complete fitness center, sauna and recreation room with kitchen. Beautiful views extend from the Towers’ lofty homes in the sky. Mountain vistas and slender skyscrapers provide an incredible back drop to complement your decor. Far below are a host of businesses ready to support your pampered downtown lifestyle. With spectacular cultural events nearby, even the most demanding tastes are satisfied. Downtown, it’s not just big business anymore. Visit the Towers Apartments today. Specials it in a fabric that I thought would...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 14 Downtown News What’s in My Loft? Mark and Lisa Ames Eastern Columbia Building '3%»\V < % by Phoebe Unterman 'J G allery owners Mark and Lisa Ames live amidst a revolving collection of artwork. Their 886-square-foot Eastern Columbia Building loft contains little beyond art, a pullout couch where they sleep and a few pieces of furniture. Mark, a former development consultant, and Lisa, a onetime preschool teacher, became art collectors and exhibitors about two-and-a-half years ago. They use Downtown to help build their collection and their business called Art Meets Architecture. < fl <«! 1.“ We go to the Downtown Art Walk, and every now and again we see something memorable. This sculpture wasn’t even installed yet, but we were like, ‘ We are going back there. We have to know who created this,’” Lisa said. The artist who made the 7-foot-tall figure dubbed“ Standing Man” is Argishti Musakhanyan.“ It’s made of yarn and resin and you se...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 Downtown News 15 world because he creates huge pieces with his own characters and his own world. He and Argishti are the reason we started showing art.” fflr * 3. Pointing to a wood sculpture called“ Peace Warrior” by Ismael Cazarez, Lisa says,“ We saw this one when the artist was just starting to define the piece. He didn’t know at the time what it was going to be.” w “This is how he works,” Mark adds.“ He gets into the wood and as he discovers its natural markings, he’s like, ‘ That’s the eye of a bird,’ and he makes it into a bird.” «-JL ■ -JUkmrn 4. Also on the walls are four index card-sized watercolors by the Ames’ daughter Chelsea Dicksion. The 29-year-old is an artist living in Los Angeles. “They were originally meant to be writing cards, but Lisa liked them so much she framed them,” said Mark. “Her technique is something that she’s developed on her own. Basically, she mixes some watercolor on the paper and then she looks at it sort of like the Rorschach tes...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 October 2012

October 15, 2012 16 Downtown News THE DOWNTOWN LIVING GUIDE How to Survive in the Central City, and Where to Get Everything E ver wonder where to find that ingredient you’re missing when your dinner guests arrive in a hour? What about a place to work out before the sun rises? Or where to go when you’re craving a slice of pepperoni pizza on the weekend? These are some of the questions a Downtowner resident asks, and this is the guide that answers them. 700 Wilshire Blvd., Suite A, ( 213) 622-2006, open 24 hrs. Pacific Center, 525 W. Sixth St., ( 213) 629-5100, daily 6 a. m.-2 a. m. Roosevelt Lofts, 727 W. Seventh St., ( 213) 627-7334, open 24 hours Union Station, 800 N. Alameda St., open 24 hours This ubiquitous convenience store has sandwiches, salads, Japanese savories and an impressive magazine selection. Never before have snacks been so cute. GROCERIES Ai Hoa Supermarket 860 N. Hill St., ( 213) 629-8121 Daily 8: 30 a. m.-8 p. m Far East Supermarket 758 New High St., ( 213) 628-87...

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