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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

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Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 1 August 2011

CASE NO. BS132828 Petitioner ( name of each): GRACEY DALIA GOMEZ, by her mother MARIA GOMEZ, 1710 1/ 2 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, LOS ANGELES CA 90033, filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: Present name: Proposed name: GRACEY DALIA GOMEZ Judge of the Superior Court Pub. 7/ 11, 7/ 18, 7/ 25, 8/ 01/ 11 Date Filed: 7/ 07/ 2011 Hon. Matthew C. St. George, Commissioner The address of the court is STANLEY MOSK COURTHOUSE, 111 N Hill Street, Los Angeles CA 90012 NOTICE OF HEARING Date: 9/ 16/ 2011 Time: 9: 00am Dept.: 1A Room: 548 described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. Notices clothiNg/ Jewelry NAme chANge VONAGE UNLIMITED Calls in U. S. & 60 Countries! No an...

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

Prix-fixe dinner and show $ 49; $ 10 for entry to 8 p. m. show. Vintage or evening attire only. At 617 S. Olive St., ( 213) 488-9488 or clubcicada. com. August 1, 2011 20 Downtown News Dancing Open 10 p. m.-2: 30 a. m., cover $ 20. Dressy attire enforced. At 811 Wilshire Blvd., ( 213) 623-7100 or elevate- lounge. com. Continued from page 11 early 30s, take advantage of the sliding glass doors and an outdoor patio at this chic lounge in the Financial District. On the dance floor, hits ring out from the likes of Beyoncé and the Black Eyed Peas. The free Dance Downtown events, held every other Friday during the summer on the Music Center Plaza, always draw a multigenerational, multiethnic crowd. It’s an eight-decade flashback at the Cicada Club on Sunday nights, when big bands recall the flapper era. Party like it’s 1929 in the historic Art Deco Oviatt Building. The club presented by Maxwell DeMille lures gentlemen in suits and ladies in vintage cocktail dresses. Everyone, from people ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

auto pioneer. Remembering an The mayoral money rolls in. With a Wave of New Eateries Hitting Downtown, The Food Pioneers Work to Stay Relevant The Restaurant Veterans Bite Back 11-13 by RichaRd Guzmán 20MAP 21 CLASSIFIEDS “The city is very short on cash so we want to see Park, page 10 Community meetings have been held since September 2009 to iron out designs. While the park plans have been well received by the neighborhood, there remain concerns about maintenance. Quimby money can only legally be used for acquisition and creation of city parks. The cost includes $ 5 million the city spent on purchasing the parcel from Downtown Properties ( developer of the condo buildings on either side of the park) and $ 3 million for development. The fully funded project is being financed with Quimby funds. The city purchased the site, on the east side of Spring Street between Fourth and Fifth streets, in 2009. The parking lot was closed on July 29 in preparation for work to begin on the $ 8 milli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

P olice are asking for the public’s help in identifying two men wanted in connection with a July 16 sexual assault of a woman walking to work in the Fashion District. The 18-year-old woman noticed a man with long hair pass by her as she walked under the California Mart bridge near Olympic Boulevard and Main Street. The man turned back, grabbed her and dragged her to a nearby driveway entrance. A second man with shorter hair who stood nearby is wanted for acting as a lookout. The second suspect had a prominent tattoo covering most of his right cheek. The woman fought back against the longhaired suspect as he held her face down on the ground, and ultimately escaped. She punched the suspect, who ran away with his accomplice. Police drawings of the suspects are at downtownnews. com. Anyone with information on the crime is asked to call Det. Joshua Riggs at ( 213) 972-1235. JOIN FULLY FURNISHED INCLUSIVE TURN-KEY SUITES OUR COMMUNITY million people a year? Why does this little burger sta...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

O n Thursday, Aug. 11, tens of thousands of people will fill the Historic Core for the first time since the death last month of 7-week old Marcello Vasquez. In the wake of that tragic accident, Art Walk organizers, LAPD officials, neighborhood residents, political leaders and others have debated what, if any, steps or changes should be undertaken to ensure the event is safe. Urban Scrawl by Doug Davis 'Try...) « - August 8, 2011 EDITORIALS 4 Downtown News Keep Streets Open During Art Walk One initial thought is housing. The Axis apartment complex opened a few years ago and there is always the desire to have people live close to both a commuter hub and the myriad Downtown job opportunities. Other options include office buildings or hotels. Although Union Station at this moment might not seem the best place for either of them — the office market is still soft and the hotel trend has the most steam in the area near L. A. Live — people working on the master plan have to think about the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

Perry also received donations from various Downtown fashion companies and architecture firms, as well as nightlife spots including Villains Tavern ($ 500) and the owner of the Silo Vodka Bar ($ 1,000). Actor and Little Tokyo activist George Takei gave $ 500. Radio host James’ $ 91,000 raised was shy of the $ 100,000 his campaign had reported in a press release the previous week. Although several attorneys and executives with businesses such as Armani Exchange and Abercrombie & Fitch each gave $ 1,000, the vast majority of James’ contributions were in much smaller amounts. While the cumulative nearly $ 1.5 million raised so far may sound significant, it is a molehill compared to the mountainous amounts that mayoral candidates have secured during previous elections. In the contested 2001 race, a fleet of candidates raised a cumulative $ 20.8 million in the primary and the runoff; both winner Jim Hahn and second place finisher Villaraigosa notched about $ 6 million, and bus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

Anthony brought a new invention to the United States in the early 1920s. He commissioned two neon signs in France that said“ Packard” in script for his showrooms in Los Angeles and San Francisco. The“ Packard” sign at the Packard Lofts was the first neon sign ever seen on this side of the Atlantic. and Walter O’Malley rewarded Anthony with the plum prize of broadcasting Dodger games over KFI radio. Growing up in the city, I couldn’t count the number of nights that I fell asleep to Dodger broadcasts with the station breaks announcing that I was“ listening to KFI, Los Angeles, Earle C. Anthony, Inc.” Anthony was always a step ahead, always trying the new and the untested. Packard was not as innovative. After World War II, the brand had trouble finding its way. It was a single make auto manufacturer in the 1950s, a time when Chrysler and General Motors offered five brands and Ford had four. After disappointing sales in the mid-1950s, Packard merged with Studebaker and quickly disappear...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

While the group waits to hear back from the city regarding the partnership agreement, its members are confident a deal will be approved. One supporter of the partnership proposal is Ninth District Councilwoman Jan Perry, who has helped spearhead the project. “As a private group we think we could provide the assets to run and operate the park for the city,” Stevenson said. The Partnership Under the proposal, the park would remain a public facility owned by the city and open to all. The Recreation and Parks department would set the guidelines as to how the park is operated but all costs, including repairs and maintenance, would fall on the nonprofit. Stevenson estimates the annual cost of running the park at $ 250,000. The slack will be picked up by the private sector. Stevenson and a group of local stakeholders, including developer Tom Gilmore, DLANC members and homeowners association representatives from the two buildings, have formed a nonprofit called the Friends of the Old Bank D...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

Some things, however, never changed. Then as now, it ended with an“ ondo,” a traditional street dancing parade, which this year will take place along First Street. The festival was launched by a group of second-generation Japanese Americans with the hopes of attracting more business to Little Tokyo. While it has fulfilled that purpose, it is now about much more, Nakagawa said. “It continues the historic memory of the Japanese American community,” he said.“ But it’s not just about remembering. It’s also about cultural and ethnic awareness and introducing that to other people.” Earthquake Aftermath A highlight in recent years has been the Tanabata Festival. It will decorate Central Avenue and the MOCA Geffen Contemporary plaza Aug. 12-15. In addition to live music, food booths and arts and crafts stations, the festival’s main draw will be the kazari, the colorful streamers made up of approximately 12-inch balls decorated with hundreds of paper flowers and long, colorful tails. Hundred...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

ing champion. “That got the attention of the pros, and it helps make the event a lot more fun,” Hayashi said. list of competitive eating’s top, umm, athletes. Of the 20 people who have signed up, 15 are registered with the organization Major League Eating. Six of the group’s top 10 ranked eaters will be at the table, said Cory Hayashi, chair of the gyoza eating championship. The contestants will compete for a bigger purse than in previous years. The former $ 1,000 prize for the person who consumes the most dumplings in 10 minutes has been doubled to $ 2,000. While Nakagawa said he is looking forward to the eating competition, he said for him, Nisei Week is more about catching up with old friends, meeting new people and seeing Little Tokyo come alive with culture. Nisei Week runs Aug. 12-21 in Little Tokyo. More information and a full schedule at niseiweek. org or ( 213) 687-7193. Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. “Hopes are high that the record can be broken,” Ha...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 8 August 2011

Q : Do you think that contentedness dilutes your art? A : I can still totally be bitchy, but it’s not the driving force anymore. A lot of that was developed in my early career because I needed it to survive working onstage in a male- Q : I Love Being Me, Don’t You? is your first comedy album in a decade. How did it come about? A : It happened spontaneously. I was performing [ at the 893 niIvvs THEJEWfSHJDURNAL #rw> ARTWORKS. La vibra ?ij!jcRA LA 16 Downtown News She Loves Being Her Sandra Bernhard Comes to REDCAT, Edge Intact August 8, 2011 Castro Theater in San Francisco] and it happened to be a great night. Afterwards, I asked my tour manager if the record company recorded it, and they had. But I had no intention of doing it that night to be recorded. That’s why it’s so good. Anytime you do anything live and you know it’s going to be recorded, it’s never as good. Last week, Bernhard spoke with Los Angeles Downtown News about the show that brings together stand-up and mu...

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