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

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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

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

July 25, 2011 32 Downtown News Farmers Field is an opportunity to create jobs, attract mega events and conventions, and bring the NFL back to L. A. Now it’s time to urge the City of Los Angeles and the City Council to VOTE YES. This is the right location, the right time, and most importantly the right deal. WE SuPPORT FaRMERS FIElD BEcauSE IT WIll: create 33,000 jobs attract 38 citywide conventions annually Bring as many as 5 new hotels to l. a. Generate $ 41.5 million in new taxes annually Be privately funded with $ 1.3 billion in new spending Bring NFl football back to l. a. Farmers Field is the latest project by AEG, a company that has brought the City of Los Angeles STAPLES Center, L. A. LIVE, JW Marriott Los Angeles at L. A. LIVE and The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles, projects that have generated millions of dollars in taxes, attracted new conventions and visitors, improved the surrounding neighborhood, and united a community. It’s about JOBS. It’s about PRIDE. It’s about TIME. We ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

A big shake-up for Meruelo Maddux, and other happenings Around Town. 2 12 The 3 on 3 ballers storm L. A. Live. 16MAP 10 A Fashion District food find. CALENDAR LISTINGS 13 17 CLASSIFIEDS by Jon Regardie executive editor W hat has 5,556 legs and loves Downtown Los Angeles? The 748 canines and 1,282 humans who showed up last week at Dog Day Afternoon at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The plaza was filled with Chihuahuas that could fit in a hand, a Great Pyrenees named Bernie that was the size of a Shetland Pony, and every breed in between. They barked, jumped, licked, sniffed and snacked on the treats given away by a scattering of Downtown pet boutiques. On Tuesday, July 26, more than 2,000 living creatures thronged the cathedral for the fifth annual event. It marked a 30% increase over the 2010 gathering. The event was organized by the cathedral and the Downtown Center Business Improvement District. Those who arrived without an animal had the chance to bring a dog home court...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

Brockman Building Hits the Market F ollowing the July 14 Art Walk accident that took the life of 7-week old Marcello Vasquez, city leaders are forming a task force to look into what, if any, changes need to be made to ensure the safety of the popular monthly event. Rick Coca, a spokesman for 14th District City Councilman José Huizar , said the task force will bring together city leaders and safety officials. City Councilwoman Jan Perry , whose Ninth District encompasses most of the area where Art Walk takes place, recently organized a meeting with city and Art Walk officials on next steps. In the wake of the accident, some Downtown residents have called for streets to be closed during Art Walk to help protect the approximately 20,000 people who attend the event. LAPD officials as well as Art Walk leaders, however, say that is not a viable Art Walk Safety Talks Continue option. A Perch Over Pershing Square C oly Den Haan and Rachel Thomas , owners of the soon-to-reopen The Must wine ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

Urban Scrawl by Doug Davis IF VoO aA>( YoofAf You're Gfcoow? WeVePJ. 4 Downtown News EDITORIALS August 1, 2011 City Should Approve Football Stadium Deal Of course, this past-present comparison means nothing when it comes to the stadium/ convention center deal the city is considering. That needs to be examined on its own merits. Fortunately, this is an agreement that works on a bottom line level for the city and that provides exciting growth potential. It’s been well negotiated by the city. It’s worth approving. While AEG is a very big business, it’s a very big business that has done right by L. A. Its two major Downtown projects have benefited both the company and the community. Just consider South Park in the mid-1990s, before Staples began rising: It was filled with ugly lots, blight and motels that charged by the hour. Now it’s jammed with restaurants, nightlife and residents. We hope that is exactly what happens. AEG intends to spend $ 1 billion on the stadium and wil...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

Beutner said he did not have a“ concrete set of expectations” in terms of the amount he hoped to raise by this stage. Still, he sounded pleased with the results. Beutner received money from 579 contributors, according to a statement from his campaign. The statement also said that $ 249,520 was raised online. zero.” Beutner, a former venture capitalist who in January 2010 began a 15-month stint as a top aide to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, held a string of fundraisers in the past several months. The figures announced last week were raised by June 30, the first deadline period for the Ethics Commission. Downtown News 5 August 1, 2011 Metro Holds Meeting to Discuss Streetcar Path The Final Route by RichaRdguzmán For Mayoral Run Former First Deputy Mayor Is First to Report Fundraising Figures Beutner Raises $ 405,000 “We’re proud,” he told Los Angeles Downtown News on Wednesday, July 27, shortly after filing. Noting that this marks his first run for public office, he added,“ I think othe...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

area. “The City has done nothing to evaluate Metro’s board of directors voted in favor “That’s the million dollar question,” she said.“ That’s what we’re researching.” Deputy City Attorney Christy NumanoHirua, who is handling the case for the city and is still investigating claims in the lawsuit, said it is unclear whether public agencies must act through their legislative bodies to formally support the formation of a special assessment district. a BID board member. It is not clear whether she was authorized to sign the petition on behalf of the agency. Around Town To Yuval Bar-Zemer, whose firm Linear City developed the Biscuit Co. and Toy Factory lofts, that split means the BID is supported by private property owners who con- For a BID to be established or renewed, property owners representing a majority of the land must vote in favor of the self-assess-ments. In May, the Arts District BID secured signatures accounting for 50.66% of the land in the area. According to the lawsuit, ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

In 2007, Richter oversaw a move to the Arts District, and close to 1,200 people attended. Since then, he has placed the Downtown National Night Out in a different commu­ nity each year. In 2008 the event landed in Little Tokyo and drew a record 4,500 people. Olvera Street hosted the gathering in 2009 and Chinatown drew approximately 3,500 people last year. first Tuesday in August. It was founded by the nonprofit National Association of Town Watch in 1984. Police stations nationwide organize everything from block parties and cookouts to parades and flashlight commu­ nity walks. August 1, 2011 Downtown News 7 Thousands Expected for National Night Out Event in Pershing Square Party With the Police The 2007 National Night Out in the Arts District. This year’s event is Aug. 2 from 6-10 p. m. “It’s one of the most fun ways to build good relationships with people and it allows us to talk about bike road safety too,” he said. Those who prefer to stay in the park can take in the live music s...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

The shift in sharing has started at the top, with the U. S. Dept. of Homeland Security doing more to get high-level information to local officials, said DHS spokesman Matt Chandler. “DHS has focused on getting resources and information out of Washington, D. C., and into the hands of state and local law enforcement,” Chandler said. Continued from page 1 don’t see it on a daily basis, there is constant security vigilance and sharing of information centered on the skyline. Central City skyscrapers have long been considered potential targets, even before the Bush Administration detailed an alleged plot by organizers of the World Trade Center attacks to fly a plane into U. S. Bank Tower in 2002. Suite 1011 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 executi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

The burger comes with skinny fries, but another piece of advice: Ask for the seasoned fries instead. You won’t regret it. A bigger kick comes from Moore’s jalapeño aioli, which is spread generously on the burger. It includes lime and Tapatio and delivers a spicy aftertaste without overwhelming the other flavors. But one piece of advice: Eat slow, or the heat will build up in your mouth and you won’t enjoy the burger as much. cialties like the Casa Jalapeño Burger ($ 7.99 with fries and drink), the most popular item on the menu. After one bite, it’s clear why this is the best seller. The burger is made with prime beef and a mountain of melted cheddar cheese. The meat is mixed with several spices and a good helping of garlic and cilantro, which add both a lot of texture and a good kick. Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. Moore plans on opening a food truck soon, so you may see him closer to the heart of Downtown. Then again, the grub is definitely worth the trip to ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

Monday:“ Mustache Mondays” at La Cita Bar The popular gay and drag queen-friendly club has been running since 2007, and it’s back at its longtime home of La Cita after a short stint at the Belasco Theater. The crowd, mostly comprised of gay men, also includes lesbians, transgender people and a scattering of straight men and women. From feather boas and fishnet veils to T-shirts and shorts, fashion here varies as much as the tunes blaring from the turntables of resident DJs Total Freedom and Josh Peace. Expect electro, techno and ’ 80s hits like Prince’s“ I Wanna Be Your Lover” and“ Into the Groove” by Madonna. Guest drag-queen performances are always in store at this motley and lively club. Dancing starts at 10 p. m. and there is no cover. At 107 W. Fourth St., ( 213) 625-7382 or myspace. com/ bar107. Tuesday:“ Rudy Tuesdays” at Bar 107 It’s all about roller-skating jams at this Old Bank District destination that booms several nights a week. Expect to hear ’ 70s funk classics like “...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

THE UNTOUCHABLES ZOOTSUITREVUE AUGUST 6 8 : The height, in feet, of the baskets for a division for third and fourth graders. Sorry, height-challenged office grunts — all adults will play on regulation 10-foot hoops. THE ENGLISH BEAT AUGUST 20 . . . r a mm DLMMC —pftt superqoodwusic FEf^H i [J II 2 TCI Tiflli IffSS 8 " 5 1 ' " * ' \J ijTj IE1IBHEHER 4,400 : The approximate number of people expected to play in the weekend tourney. That’s based on the more than 1,000 teams ( each four-person squad includes three players and a substitute) that have already signed up and AEG’s expectation that the total team tally will end up around 1,100. That would be 100 more teams than registered last year, which doubled the 500 from the inaugural campaign. 1,200 : The number of miles, approximately, between Downtown Los Angeles and Spokane, Wash., home of the Spokane Hoop Fest. The annual 3-on-3 tournament in the Pacific Northwest is the blueprint for the Nike event in Los Back in 2009, the weekend ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

Thursday, augusT 4 Container Gardening Seminar Los Angeles Central Library, 630 W. Fifth St., or lapl. org 12: 15 p. m.: High-octane horticultural expert Jorge Ochoa, a professor at Long Beach Community College, will demonstrate how to create a miniature container garden and garden scene. Funny but True: An Evening with Shelley Berman, Prince Gomolvilas and MPW Storytellers USC University Club, 645 W. Exposition Blvd. or ( 213) 740-3252. California African-American Museum, 600 State Dr., Exposition Park or caamuseum. org. 2 p. m.: A presentation and lecture on the book, Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Realities . It’s an in-depth analysis of the historical and contemporary contours of black life in Los Angeles from a research project from the Ralph H. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA. saTurday, augusT 6 Nike 3 on 3 Tournament LA Live, 1111 S. Figueroa St. or nike3on3. com. 8 a. m.-6 p. m.: From the elite division to wheelchair brackets, the Nike 3 on 3 baske...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

Aug. 6: Disasteradio, Captain Ahab, Kevin Blechdom and I. E. The Varnish Aug. 5: Orca Team, Footwork, Sweater Girls and Summer Twins. Senor Fish 422 E. First St. or senorfish. net. Aug. 1, 7: 30 p. m.: An evening of jazz from Mexico City born saxophonist Javier Vergara. Seven Grand 515 W. Seventh St., sevengrand. la. Aug. 1, 10 p. m.: Ron King Quartet. Aug. 2, 10 p. m.: House band The Makers. The Smell 247 S. Main St., alley between Spring and Main streets, thesmell. org. All shows at 8 p. m. Aug. 2: Captain Ahab, Bubblegum Octopus, Screamin’ Cyn Cyn and The Pons and Essay. Aug. 4: NASA Space Universe, Low Places HueMan Air/ Or. Corner of Olympic Blvd. and Figueroa St., clubnokia. Aug. 7, 6-11 p. m.: The restaurant is transformed into a vintage, old Hollywood-style dance club every Sunday. This week the musical stylings of the Johnny Crawford Dance Orchestra grace the grand stage. Come out to appreciate the big band, swank costumes, dinner and cocktails. Club Nokia Cicada Restaurant...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

etons for future display at the museum. Wells Fargo History Museum 333 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 253-7166 or wellsfargohistory. com. 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; Museum of Contemporary Art, Grand Avenue 250 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 621-2766 or moca. org. July 31-Oct. 10: Lynda Benglis is a traveling retrospective of the artist, spanning her career, including her early wax paintings, her brightly colored poured latex works, the Torsos and Knots series from the 1970s, and her recent experiments with plastics, cast glass, paper, and gold leaf. Benglis also created a radical body of work in video, photography and media interventions that explore notions of power, gender relations and role-play- troversial art form and cultural phenomenon. Featuring installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists from the ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

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