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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

‘ Get rid of sugar. Do takeout healthier. If food is glistening, don’t eat it. Eat undressed vegetables and get your sauces on the side.’ California Hospital Medical Center A member of CHW Lunch and dinner should include at least one portion of fruits and vegetables, Rollins says. A portion is about the amount of food a woman could hold in her hand. Finally, she gives one of the most obvious, yet also most important pieces of advice: Don’t forget to exercise. The CDC recommends that people exercise at least 30 minutes a day at least five days a week. “I know that everyone can’t buy a treadmill or join a gym, but everyone can walk,” Levin says.“ I tell people to start with 10 minutes a day and go up from there. And if they can’t walk, there are exercises they can do. They just need to start exercising.” Article copyright 2011 creators. com. Rollins says people could be healthier by paying better attention to what they eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The choices can ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ “...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

Pitfire Pizza. dessert — the warm chocolate pudding cake with fresh whipped cream leaves a sweet and lasting impression. At 108 W. Second St., ( 213) 808-1200 or pitfirepizza. com. Korean BBQ House is simple but efficient, with a similarly modest interior and a narrow bank of booths. At 323 E. First St. ( Japanese Village Plaza), ( 213) 680-1826. Pitfire Pizza This gourmet pizza spot on the ground floor of the Higgins Building is a neighborhood favorite. You order at the counter and food is brought to your table. Of course, pizza is king here. The secret to the crust is that it’s allowed to rise for two days and then fired in a ceramic oven, resulting in the perfect combo of crispy and chewy. Creations are topped with organic ingredients like wild mushrooms and roasted onions, or grilled shrimp with lemon zest. Salads are pretty basic, though the skirt steak is divine. Opt for standout pastas like the fourcheese mac and the bowtie with sweet fennel sausage. They offer beer and wine ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

One of his favorite elements of the JANM exhibit, Sakai said, is Yojimbo drawn by other artists, especially the Stan Lee version. Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. Year of the Rabbit: Stan Sakai’s Usagi Yojimbo runs through Oct. 30 at the Japanese American National Museum, 369 E. First St., ( 213) 625-0414 or janm. org. So far though, there are no plans for Yojimbo to make it to the big screen like Spider-Man and other comic book counterparts. For now he’s a samurai, albeit one that is patient and cute as a bunny. “There has never been any American or Western comic book that has ever made any type of significant dent in the Japanese market,” he noted. for MovieListings work well as a tail for Anime Expo, the Downtown convention that closed July 4, that’s not the case. Sakai said Yojimbo is not as popular in Japan or with the anime crowd as he is in other parts of the world. rushed. He said it could come down to differences in storytelling style, since anime story...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

ITS 2011 DOWNTOWN | STAGE PERSHING SQUARE THURSDAY July 14, 21, 28 & Aug 4,11,18 8:00PM-11:00PM SPACELAND UNDER STARS Presenting LA's Best Alternative Music & DJs AUG 20 While Music With a Mission has plenty of bands for the next few months, Berkovich is looking for sponsors who can provide support such as donating a banner, as well as water and snacks like granola bars, during the performances. Those interested can reach Berkovich at ( 213) 624-9258 ext. 1243 or gberkovich@ midnightmission. org. “I think it was a better experience for us than it was for them,” said Ogden.“ Playing our song ‘ Rollercoaster’ has never meant so much.” The interaction didn’t end there, and the show briefly became like most Dollyrots’ club performances. After the music stopped, members of the crowd came forward to thank Ogden and Cabezas, shake their hand or fist bump them in approval. Sitting on plastic blue chairs, in front of a foot tapping and head bobbing crowd, Ogden and Ca...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

this week will be in a parking lot at 434 S. Spring St. Plan your visit at downtownartwalk. com. There are two kinds of people in Downtown: Those who attend every Art Walk , and those who run screaming from the traffic, crowds and food trucks. We understand the latter, but then again, this is an urban environment, and crowds and noise are part of the fun. Expect plenty of both when the event returns Thursday, July 14. Officially, the happening runs from 6-10 p. m., though plenty of people arrive early and stay late. This week, Art Walk continues the summer routine of extending to display spaces south of Seventh Street. There will also be sidewalk tours of the area’s movie palaces courtesy of the Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation. Start at the Art Walk Lounge, which Most people don’t laugh when they think of ballet. Even fewer giggle when a Russian farm collection in the 1930s comes to mind. Still, humor is anticipated this week when The Bright Stream stops at the Dorothy Chand...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

Blue Whale 123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St. Suite 301, 213-620-0908 or bluewhalemusic. com. Shows at 8 p. m. THEATER, OPERA & DANCE 118 E. 6th St., ( 213) 622-9999 or thevarnishbar. com. July 11, 9 p. m.: Live jazz piano with Jamie Elman. July 12, 8: 30 p. m.: Live jazz piano with Marc Bosserman. July 16, 9 p. m.: AC Club, The Flytraps, So Many Wizards and Tinylittle. Varnish July 17: Sinner Sinners, Black Beverly Heels and Hot Karate. Seven Grand 515 W. Seventh St., ( 213) 614-0737 or sevengrand. la. July 12, 10 p. m.: House band the Makers. July 13, 10 p. m.: The Vibrometers. The Smell 247 S. Main St., alley between Spring and Main streets, thesmell. org. July 13, 9 p. m.: Protect Me and Psychic Feline. July 15, 9 p. m.: Now, Kevin Greenspan, Ancient Crux and Tes Elations. MUSEUMS The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, 1345 W. First St., ( 213) 250-9995 or bobbakermarionettes. com. July 12-15, 10: 30 a. m.; July 16-17, 2: 30 p. m.: More than 100 of Bob Baker’s fantastical mari...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

cal period. Permanent: Re-creation of the Sun Wing Wo, a Chinese general store and herbal shop, and Journeys: Stories of Chinese Immigration, an exhibit exploring Chinese immigration to the United States with an emphasis on community settlement in Los Angeles. Outlined into four distinct time periods, each is defined by an important immigration law and/ or event, accompanied by a description and a personal story about a local Chinese American and their experiences in that particular histori- ists exploring the tensions, repercussions, hopes and dreams of immigrant communities in the face of new immigration legislation, through a broad spectrum of art including street art, graffiti art, sculptures, painting and multimedia installations. Through Jan. 31: To commemorate its100th anniversary, Remembering Angel Island will showcase historic photographs, a reproduction of a poem carved on the barracks of Angel Island, artifacts and a multi-media station featuring personal stories of those...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 11 July 2011

Javier Cano, general manager of the J. W. Marriott and the Ritz-Cartlon, said the convention will be a windfall. The 1,001-room hotel is sold out and several Microsoft sessions are planned there as well. He expects the hotel’s restaurants and bars to be extremely busy. Continued from page 7 fiscal year.” public. The convention will include seminars touching on topics such as how to grow your business using Microsoft products and the future of the workplace. It is not open to the general Stepping Up Like many of the nation’s largest conventions, the Microsoft gathering moves to a different city every year. Local Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. While the Microsoft convention is essentially a traveling show, Roskill said they will be looking at a number of factors when deciding whether or not to return to Los Angeles. “We will survey everyone who’s there, asking questions about the facility, where else they’re interested in seeing us go, and get feedback from that...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

The specimens are part of the Natural History Museum’s long awaited Dinosaur Hall. The 14,000-square-foot permanent exhibit, the most attention generating see Dinosaurs, page 31 “Those are huge teeth,” she pointed out, before he even had a chance to ask. Satisfied, Justin darted over to the next thing that caught his eye, approximately 190 fossilized bones, eggs, teeth and even dino droppings inside a glass case. His mother stood by, ready to explain the boy’s next discovery. “No, it’s a Mamen… chisaurus,” she said with a slight pause. She glanced at the information card and added, with a bit more authority,“ It’s a dinosaur that lived a long, long, looong time ago.” city editoR by RichaRd Guzmán W ith his jaw slightly agape, 6-year-old Justin Leik stared up at the imposing skeletal figure above him. Leik craned his neck back further in the effort to take in the creature’s massive skull. “Is that like a giraffe?” he asked his mom, Amanda. A trio of T. rex specimens is the highlight ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

Downtown’s Radio Day A s part of a year-long initiative to delve into hyper local coverage of Los Angeles communities, KFWB News Talk 980 is dedicating a full day of programming to Downtown this week. The station, which launched its“ On Your Corner” series in June with a spotlight on Long Beach, will broadcast a mix of live and pre-recorded interviews with Downtown Concerto Becomes the Apex T he sleek black South Park edifice known for years as Concerto has a new name, courtesy of its new owner. ST Residential , which pried the 30-story, 271-unit tower at Ninth and Figueroa streets from developer Sonny Astani, has decided to rename the structure Apex . Still, New York-based ST Residential, a division of Starwood Capital, has yet to decide whether to open the building as apartments or try to sell units, said company spokesman Pete Marino . The company expects to make that decision this month, Marino said. In the meantime, ST continues to do some remodeling to the lobby and the pool d...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

Music With a Mission is a reminder of the unlikely things that happen in Skid Row, of the efforts people make to help those stuck in the area whether due to addiction or mental health issues ( or both). Skid Row has had a quilting club, a camera club and a prominent basketball league, among other efforts. Just as everyone in Los Angeles wants something to pull them away from the day-to-day grind, so do the inhabitants of this community. We’re glad that Midnight Mission staffers took it upon themselves to start this program. Hopefully they’ll get the sponsors they are searching for, people to provide a banner or food and drinks during the performances. Hopefully it will propel other activities, other respites, for the people living and accessing services in the neighborhood. Hopefully it’s a story that won’t be seen and quickly forgotten. The latest in the line of reminders is a monthly music series that takes place at the Midnight Mission. Los Angeles Downtown News last week reporte...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

The Devil We Don’t Know Everyone professes to be surprised by what has happened since the McCourts closed escrow on a $ 430 million acquisition of the Dodgers on Feb. 13, 2004. But really, we shouldn’t If the Nobel committee gave out an opposite for the Peace Prize, it’d land in Frank’s mitts. If a Hollywood screenwriter 20 years from now pens a 4D biopic about McCourt and relies on facts, people will accuse said author of making things up. Somewhere, the ghost of Jackie Robinson is bawling like a baby. No, Frank McCourt is in a league of his own. His feats, if you can stand back and gape at them, are actually amazing. In the less than two years since he and Jamie split and opened Pandora’s Dodger-blue box, he managed to destroy the half century of fan dedication that the team built up. He’s managed to make the bad guy of the summer of 2010, the talentstaking LeBron James, look like Mother Teresa. No one else comes close. Not Charlie Sheen, who’s more of a nut job than a bad guy. No...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

million mm LA PROSTATE CANCER 5K A PROJECT OF THE USC INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY NORRIS Your contribution supports our race toward a cure for prostate cancer. SUndAy novembeR 6, 2011 Register to run in the L. A. Prostate Cancer 5K at Active. com or USCUrology. com or call ( 323) 865-3700 It doesn’t all depend on the drivers in four wheelers. Part of being and feeling safe on a bike lies in the comfort to “ride vehicularly.” That’s what Alexis Lantz, planning and policy director of the Downtown-based L. A. County Bicycle Coalition, tries to do. The one-way streets help too. While they might not mean much in Manhattan, where traffic fills every lane at most hours, in Downtown L. A. one-way streets are generally free flowing. That means cyclists can take up a lane and drivers can still generally pass in the adjacent lane. The blocks are short too, and this is key: With never too much distance between lights, traffic moves relatively slowly. What scares me when I’m on the road on a bike is sp...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

Presenting Lucent Dossier Experience Performing a Special Engagement Thursday July 28 at the Historic Downtown Palace Theatre in Los Angeles Doors open at 8pm, Show starts at 8: 30 The Delijani family has worked tirelessly on the restoration of this historic venue. To celebrate the world renowned avant-garde electro-dub circue has been invited to reopen the newly restored Palace Theatre in recognition of its 100th birthday. Lucent Dossier Experience has prepared an extraordinary performance for this landmark occasion. The evening will feature an explosion of art, mystical fire dancers, deep electronic beats, live world instruments and interactive performers gliding throughout the room in a spectacle unlike any you have ever seen. The Palace Theatre is truly a historic treasure. Stewardship of these theaters and honoring their rich history has been and continues to be a great honor for us. — Delijani family We will stretch the boundaries of what is possible for a rock concert, circus...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 18 July 2011

M4 officials then requested further review by a County Review Panel. In April the panel reached the same conclusion. It issued a written decision in May. In a letter submitted last November, the M4/ Lutzky team claimed that there were procedural violations throughout the Request for Proposals process. The protest was reviewed by the Department of Public Works, which in February issued a written conclusion stating that the protest was without merit. Those plans were put on hold after a protest was filed against the county’s selection of Clark Construction and architecture firm AC Martin Partners to design and build the project. The protest was filed by M4 Development Group/ Lutzky Associates, a team that came in third in the bidding competition for the development. The rankings were made by the County Department of Public Works. ward in November. That was when the supervisors, eager to take advantage of lower construction costs due to the slow economy, approved a $ 244 million plan t...

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