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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

it • ! 4£* ~ 'V* U_HI_ ■ v- i^fi ■h'^IB*' 4 i A desire for a shorter commute and a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood convinced human resources specialist Sandy Meola to trade Rancho Park for Downtown living. She made the move in 2006, and now has a space where she can show off her penchant for decor and minimalist interior design. The home has leather furniture, ceramic pieces and a magazine-covered wall. Mini Books, Magazine Wall and a Love of Liza Sandy Meola, Library Court Lofts What’s in My Loft? 3.“ Liza Minelli is one of my favorites. I love musicals. That poster is Sally Bowles from one of my favorite musicals, Cabaret . I bought it when Liza was inducted into the hall of fame at the Hollywood Bowl. It was in the summer of 2009. My daughter had it framed for me.” 4.“ This mini collection of books is so old. I purchased them at antique bookstores in New Jersey, even before I had my children, and that’s a long time ago. There’s an Italian to English translation, and an English t...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Artist and graphic designer Lilli Muller has been living and creating in Downtown since long before the area became hip. She’s been residing at the Catalina Building Lofts in Skid Row for close to 20 years. Color and creativity radiate in the live-work space that is filled with plaster cast pieces, photographs and gifts from friends. 1.“ This sculpture is my mother-daughter piece. One side is my side from when I was about eight months pregnant and was casted. The other side is my daughter Marlene. I waited for her to come of age to finish the piece. She was casted when she was 15, four years ago. It’s all about coming of age; it represents a rite of passage. We’re back-to-back, opposite looking, but connected at the same time. I started working on it in 1980. The goal was to freeze frame a moment, or specific moments in life and then make it universal for everybody to get something out of it.” E R S H E T O I] il II II 2.“ In my bedroom I have the ‘ Family Wall.’ It goes way back. A...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Joe’s Downtown Market ( Toy Factory Lofts) 1855 Industrial St., ( 213) 612-0248 Sun.-Thurs. 7 a. m.-11 p. m.; Fri.-Sat. 7 a. m.-12 a. m. Snacks, drinks, gourmet items, soy cheese, an ATM and some downright fancy booze on the ground floor of the Toy Factory Lofts. A beautiful supermarket with a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, a deli, fresh sushi, dry cleaning, a florist and a savvy wine expert. But be warned: The deli counter is often packed at lunch. Validated parking accessible from Hope and Flower streets. Ralphs Fresh Fare 645 W. Ninth St., ( 213) 452-0840 or ralphs. com Daily 5 a. m.-2 a. m. If you need vitamins, this is the place. Mon.-Fri. 8: 30 a. m.-8: 30 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-7: 30 p. m.; Sun. 10 a. m.-6 p. m. GNC 510 W. Sixth St., ( 213) 622-2078 Mon.-Fri. 9: 30 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-5p. m. 700 S. Flower St., ( 213) 622-6931 LAX-C 1100 N. Main St., ( 323) 343-9000 or lax-c. com Mon.-Sat. 8 a. m.-8 p. m.; Sun. 8: 30 a. m.-5 p. m. A sort of“ Thai Costco” near China...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Domino’s 545 S. Olive St., ( 213) 623-2424 or dominos. com Daily 10 a. m.-1 a. m. Free delivery and basic pies. PET SERVICES Bark Avenue 545 S. Main St., ( 213) 748-7485 or barkavela. com Weekdays 7 a. m-7 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m-6 p. m. Daily“ playcare,” training, grooming, boarding, pick-up/ drop-off and yes, canine party planning. Garage Pizza 100 ½ W. Seventh St., ( 213) 622-3390 or garagepizzala. com Daily 12 p. m.-4 a. m. Free delivery with $ 15 minimum purchase in a two-mile radius. DSN Vet Clinic 3016 S. Hill St., ( 213) 493-4435 or dsnpetrx. com Weekdays 8 a. m.-5 p. m.; Sat.-Sun. 9 a. m.-5 p. m. In partnership with Bark Avenue, they offer spay/ neuter, an online pharmacy, emergency and walk-in service. Go Dog LA 1728 Maple Ave., ( 213) 748-4364 or godogla. com Weekdays 6: 30 a. m.-9: 30 p. m.; weekends 7: 30 a. m.-8: 30 Los Angeles Pizza Company 712 N. Figueroa St., ( 213) 626-5272 or losangelespizzacompany. com Mon.-Sat. 11 a. m.-10 p. m. Free delivery and several gourmet opt...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

SALONS/ SERVICES Bolt Barbers 460 S. Spring St., ( 213) 232-4715 or boltbarbers. com Mon.-Wed. 8 a. m.-9 p. m.; Thurs.-Sat. 8 a. m.-midnight. Get your shave, shear and shine at this old-school barbershop. Urban Life Dry Cleaners 670 S. Bixel St., ( 213) 488-9063 Weekdays 7 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-2 p. m. 421 S. Main St., ( 213) 928-5433 Mon.-Fri. 7 a. m.-7 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-2 p. m. Eco-friendly dry cleaning, laundry, shoe/ purse repair, sewing and alterations. Cleaners Depot 619 W. Sixth St. ( 213) 239-9185 Candolyn’s 350 S. Grand Ave., # D-9, ( 213) 625-7895 or candolyns. com Mon. 10 a. m.-2 p. m.; Tues.-Fri. 9 a. m.-6 p. m.; Sat. 10 a. m.-2 p. m.; appointments recommended. Hair, nails and massage facing the California Plaza Watercourt. NIRVANA HYDROPONICS FOR ALL YOUR“ GROWING” NEEDS ALLLL GROWIING” Coming Soon! en Españo l Available Lights • Grow Tents • Soil Fertilizer • Ballasts • Hydro System Books • DVD’s and More! PROJeCt Pet Pet 213 489-3179 | 412 W 6th St # 1425 an...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

FURNITURE/ HOME GOODS Cleveland Art 110 N. Santa Fe Ave., ( 213) 626-1311 or clevelandart. com Mon.-Sat. 10: 30 a. m.-4: 30 p. m.; closed every first Saturday of the month. Jacqueline’s Salon 108 W. Second St., ( 213) 617-7911 or jacquelinessalon. com Tues.-Sat. 6 a. m.-close ( also by appointment) A full-service salon in Downtown for 18 years. Dearden’s 700 S. Main St., ( 213) 362-9600 or deardens. com Weekdays 10: 30 a. m.-8 p. m.; weekends 10 a. m.-6 p. m. Established in 1910, this five-level store sells furniture, appliances and electronics. Nail and spa services, face treatments, lash extensions and nail art in both gel and acrylic. Validated parking on Second Street. Nail Service 244 E. First St., ( 213) 626-0315 Mon.-Tues. 10 a. m.-7: 30 p. m.; Wed.-Sat. 10 a. m.-9: 30 p. m.; Sun. 10 a. m.-5: 30 p. m. showroom. Matteo 912 E. Third St., ( 213) 617-2813 or matteohome. com Mon.-Sat. 8 a. m.-5 p. m. Find fine bedding and linens in a minimalist Arts District A high-end, full-servi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

This is Downtown’s largest BID, covering the Central Business District. Its purple-clad officers will help with security, cleanup and any questions when you don’t know who to call. Downtown Center BID 626 Wilshire Blvd., ( 213) 624-2146; after hours ( 213) 6242425 or downtownla. com FILMING FilmL. A. Inc. 1201 W. Fifth St., Suite T-800, ( 213) 977-8600 ( after hours call main line and press option # 2) or filmlainc. com Weekdays 8 a. m.-6 p. m., and 24-hour on-call staff. Call them with complaints or concerns, or visit the website to read Downtown filming rules. Ketchum-Downtown YMCA 401 S. Hope St., ( 213) 624-2348 or ymcala. org. Mon.-Thurs. 5: 30 a. m.-11 p. m.; Fri. 5: 30 a. m.-9 p. m.; Sat. 8 a. m.-6 p. m.; Sun. 10 a. m.-6 p. m. Pool, basketball, volleyball, aerobics, indoor track and plenty of iron to pump. KEYS Roy Hopp and Company 510 W. Sixth St., ( 213) 622-5153 Mon.-Fri. 8: 30 a. m.-4: 30 p. m. A shop in the basement of a Jewelry District edifice. Fashion District BID 110...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Ready for Some Football Downtown News 17 July 25, 2011 km* Mm>. T he Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, a venue that hosted Super Bowl I in 1967 and later served as the home of the Los Angeles Rams and then the L. A. Raiders, got another burst of pigskin glory last week. On Monday, July 18, the Exposition Park stadium hosted the ninth annual Football 101. During the event organized by the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission, NFL fans tossed, caught and kicked balls on the historic field. Four teams — the Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers — sent representatives and cheerleaders to the stadium. Past and present players and coaches including quarterback Kurt Warner spoke and signed autographs. Worldwide media came out and event emcee Andrea Kremer noted that she was interviewed on the field by an Al Jazeera sports reporter. For Downtowners who dream of the proposed Farmers Field one day hosting a Super Bowl, one ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

The design starts with a loose, basic concept from Moses, who usually has one element firmly settled when he brings it to Kline: the drink menu. Moses says his business model is product-driven, so his designs try to respect function. The interiors should succeed first and foremost at showcasing the Kline said. Each takes about two years to open, and the costs figure prominently. “Budget is crucial,” Kline said.“ When you’re doing this work you’ve got to understand going in that the money’s got to come back. It’s a serious investment and the money has to be spent carefully.” products and catering to an experience that evolves around each bar’s liquid spirit. Moses and Kline research the drink that will be featured most prominently behind the bar. For Seven Grand, the whiskey Mecca that opened in 2007 and has become perhaps the most widely recognized of the 213 empire ( Moses is in the process of opening additional Seven Grand outposts at LAX and in San Diego), the design came straigh...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! • Prices competitive with local garages! • $ 39.95 OIL CHANGE* • Includes 27-point safety inspection • Includes CHECK ENGINE LIGHT scan STAPLES CENTER FREE shuttle service drop-off & pick-up I A TOYOTA Venice • Service: M-F 6AM- 6PM, Sat 6AM-5PM * And up. Includes up to 5 quarts of oil. Tax and hazardous disposal fees extra. Synthetic oil additional. Toyota vehicles only. Expires 07/ 31/ 2011. 48801 10 Make an appointment today! 1-800-716-1345 • toyotacentral. com 1600 S. Figueroa ( at Venice), LA — 2 blocks south of the Staples Center July 25, 2011 Downtown News 19 Palace “The best way to save a historic theater is to use it,” he said.“ Now it will be up to the public to support this major addition to the Downtown arts and entertainment scene.” Contact Richard Guzman at richard@ downtownnews. com. “The Palace is sort of key in terms of capacity due to its size,” she said.“ This opens up a whole other audience in terms of what can be staged there.” H...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

“Art Walk has not outgrown Downtown,” he said. He noted, however, that the crowds are still manageable, and Art Walk will continue. “Although it happened on the night of the Art Walk, from what I can see and from what our investigation is showing, it had no affiliation with Art Walk,” he said. Moller agrees that closing the streets would not make Art Walk any safer. Instead, he said, the organization will continue to focus on informing people about the event, including where to go and where to park. He said he meets frequently with the LAPD to discuss safety issues and other topics. hood, and had nothing to do with Art Walk. He said the initial investigation indicates it was not caused by the size of the crowd or traffic flow. Chamberlain, like others, also noted that such an accident could have happened in any densely populated neighbor- “To be very honest, I don’t think it would be any safer,” he said. That doesn’t mean Chamberlain is standing pat. He said he is looking at the pos...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Samet and Patel hope their report will help motivate policymakers to see that problems are being diagnosed and recognized, and that the right support services are available. Their findings may even be useful in Japan and with any future disaster. “It’s 25 years since the disaster, and they still feel that they can’t trust the government, the doctors, the health professionals — the people who are trying to assist them,” Patel said. vides social programs for families in the affected areas. Green Cross Switzerland supported the project. He visited a number of these families and worked with local researchers to conduct focus groups aimed at identifying the concerns of local populations. In the process, he found distrust to be one obstacle in the way of healing. Samet, chair of the Department of Preventive Medicine and director of the USC Institute for Global Health, began looking into the lingering psychological effects of the Chernobyl meltdown more than three years ago. Much work has ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

T his week, some of the world’s most thrill-hungry gearheads plan to strap themselves into high-powered racecars and speed down Figueroa Street. The drivers will hurtle past L. A. Live, skid through an L. A. Convention Center parking lot, then zip back north toward a jump that will send them soaring 70 feet over a ditch. Welcome back, X Games. AEG considers the changes good for a key reason: Although there are fewer attendees, every single ticket buyer will come to L. A. Live. The Downtown concentration means the 2011 games will have a capacity of about 100,000 people. But for those who make it in, the games will be easier to navigate: No shuttles to catch, and every competition is within walking distance. contests. Event, schedule and ticket information are at espn. go. com/ ac- tion/ xgames. This year’s X Games will mark the second of a three-year contract between AEG and ESPN to host the games at L. A. Live, but Zeidman said the firm plans to negotiate for a lon-ger-term deal. Ce...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

THURSDAY Presenting LA's Best Alternative Music & DJs July 14, 21, 28 & Aug 4,11,18 SPACELAND UNDER STARS 8:00PM-11:00PM Fashion Show : Dog Day Afternoon often turns into a bit of a fashion show. For whatever reason, a whole bunch of dog owners think it’s adorable to put their pets in fancy outfits. Expect to see barkers in T-shirts, hats, sunglasses and even dresses. But don’t stress about finding your pooch the perfect outfit — dogs in birthday suits are more common than their dressed-up pals. Vendor Splendor : Almost anything related to dogs can be found at Dog Day Afternoon. Vendors expected on July 26 include dog-walking service Walk Fido, South Park Doggie, Pussy and Pooch, Downtown Doggie U Wash, Go Dog LA, Pet Project, Bark Avenue, Bark and Clark, Pet’s Concierge, and Furtographs, a company that specializes in pet portraits. mm DLANC fs£££™l I'.1 WEEKLY <3££su~ jJfljiV supergoodmusic whitdAjhnedia f HIV £Z1 ienpmheiieh A DEW*"-, • »:.&a...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Fish Tour at the Natural History Museum 900 Exposition Blvd., ( 213) 763-DINO or visit nhm. org. 10 a. m.: Join ichthyology curator Chris Thacker and tour the museum’s extensive fish specimens, which include sharks, flying fish, Antarctic specimens and Chris’s specialty, gobies. July 30-31: Channel your inner bridezilla for the BrideWorld Expo. 8 a. m. to 3 p. m.: The Hemophilia Walk is the largest event dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders, and to preventing the complications from these disorders through awareness, education, advocacy and research. Brideworld Expo LA Convention Center 1202 S. Figueroa St., ( 213) 741-1151 or lacclink. com. saTurday, July 30 Hemophilia Walk Exposition Park, 700 Exposition Park Drive or hemosocal. org. sunday, July 31 LAVA Sunday Salons Clifton’s Cafeteria, 648 S. Broadway, Send information and possible Don’t Miss List submissions to calendar@ downtownnews. com. 24 Downtown News July 25, 2011 LISTINGS E...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Through July 28: Captain America: The First Avenger : 3D ( 10: 20 a. m. and 1: 10, 4, 7 and 9: 50 p. m. and late shows Fridays and Saturdays at 12: 30 a. m.); Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2 : 3D ( 10: 30 a. m. and 1: 30, 4: 30, 7: 30 and 10: 30 p. m.); Transformers: Dark of the Moon ( 11: 30 a. m. and 2: 45, 6, 9: 15 p. m.) Flagship Theatres University Village 3323 S. Hoover St., ( 213) 748-6321 or flagshipmovies. com. July 25, 7-11 p. m.: The 19th Film Courage Interactive with David Branin and Karen Worden features Homecoming , by writer/ director Sean Hackett. July 30, 7 p. m. to 2 a. m.: Two free screenings in this installation of the monthly Channel 101 short film festival. Downtown Independent 251 S. Main St., ( 213) 617-1033 or downtownindependent. com. Continued on next page L.A.? OTHE POINT HICH WAY, Monday to Thursday 7-8pm Monday to Friday Noon-1pm AWARD-WINNING MODERATOR WARREN OLNEY LEADS LIVELY, THOUGHTFUL AND PROVOCATIVE DISCUSSION ON THE ISSUES ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

Les Miserables At the Ahmanson Theatre, 135 N. Grand Ave., ( 213) 628-2772 or centertheatregroup. org. Magic Strings Through July 31: This is your very last chance to catch the spectacle that won all the awards a quarter century ago. Boublil & Schönberg’s classic Les Miserables is based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel. It’s an epic and uplifting story about the survival of the human spirit. 2 nd Street Jazz 366 E. Second St., ( 213) 680-0047 or 2ndstjazz. com. July 25, 9-11: 30 p. m.: The score of the epic film The Wizard of Oz gets re-imagined with the help of Mark de Clive-Lowe, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Dexter Story. Now will you surrender, Dorothy? July 26: Ben Wendel, Walter Smith III, Larry Koonse, Billy Mohler and Steve Hass. Wednesday, July 27: Brian Havey Group. Thursday, July 28: Kevin Yokota Group. Friday, July 29: Bob Reynolds Quartet. All four of Casey’s Irish Pub 613 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 629-2353 or bigcaseys. com. July 20, 10 p. m.: Slow Motion Rider Cica...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

369 E. First St., ( 213) 625-0414 or janm. org. Through Aug. 28: Through the diverse perspectives of seven ordinary citizens whose lives and communities were forever changed by World War II, Fighting for Democracy: Who is the“ We” in“ We, the People”? asks visitors to think critically about freedom, history, and, ultimately, the ongoing struggle to live democratically in a diverse America. Through Aug. 28: The traveling display California Hotel: Hawai’i’s Home Away from Home tells the story of one Las Vegas casino’s special connection to the people of Hawai’i and the unique culture that evolved there through rare photographs, objects and video. Hundreds of listings of fun and interesting things to do in Downtown Los Angeles can also be found online at ladowntownnews. com/ calendar: Rock, Pop & Jazz; Bars & Clubs; Farmers Markets; Events; Film; Sports; Art Spaces; Theater, Dance and Opera; Classical Music; Museums; and Tours. Ongoing: The Science Center’s perm...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 25 July 2011

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