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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

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Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

It’s time to make a healthy lifestyle commitment and enjoy a more confident you. Learn more ways to dump the junk by visiting educogym. com. If you would like more information about the health tips listed above, you can find all this and more at Downtown L. A.’ s educogym. In fact, a University of London study found that, on average, educogym clients experience 7.5 pounds of fat loss and three pounds of muscle gain during the first 12 days of the program while trading fat for lean, toned muscle. Conveniently located on the 57th floor of the landmark US Bank Tower, educogym works with a client’s busy schedule to produce real results. We ! in you n LACWH for Californi; A member of C] 1513 South Grand Ave. Suite 400 Los Angeles, CA 90015 ( 213) 742.5784 Menopause Management . The life Heart Health . Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the nation— more than all cancers combined. LACWH’s goal is to change this statistic. Gynecologic Health . Sometimes routine gynecology se...

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

dragocentro. com. n Ripe for Summer : When you think of summer and fruit, a red tomato may come to mind. It certainly did for Drago Centro Executive Chef Ian Gresik , who is creating a tasting menu based around the fruit. The $ 70, six-course meal will include tomato crusted veal loin, tomato braised tripe and tomato agnolotti. The dinner will be available until Sept. 10. Make reservations quickly though; you don’t want to get left out and have to ketchup later. Sorry, it’s been a long week for Restaurant Buzz. Got any juicy restaurant news? Contact Restaurant Buzz at richard@ downtownnews. com. n C’est la Vie? : Is it au revoir to Angelique Café ? The longtime French restaurant at the point where Spring and Main streets converge was closed last week. The gates are rolled down, the phone is disconnected and no one is eating paté on the nearly famous patio. There are no signs stating what’s going on and an email sent to Angelique was not returned. The blog viewfromaloft. org stated t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

MM 1 f 1 1 £U lift I Twombly’s art will probably never have the mass acceptance of some of his better-known contemporaries; it’s very much a subjective taste. MOCA at least offers an opportunity for those who might wrestle with this eccentric expression. Tickets! Cy Twombly Tribute: A Scattering of Blossoms & Other Things runs through Oct. 2 at MOCA, 250 Grand Ave., ( 213) 626-6222 or moca. org. Open 11 a. m.-5 p. m. Mon.-Fri.; 11 a. m.-8 p. m. Thurs.; 11 a. m.-6 p. m. Sat.-Sun. Rome was Twombly’s home base for most of his life and the early pieces are signed“ Twombly, Roma.” His love affair with the city fueled a love of classical poetry. By 2009, his“ Leaving Paphos Ringed With Waves” is reduced to an acid green field with the title painted in Day-Glo orange/ red script. The reductive formal elements use the vibrating colors to produce a third retinal shadow contour. Twombly was saying more with much less. The three later paintings in the exhibit indicate a grand shift...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

Photos by Gary Leonard T he Downtown celebration of National Night Out filled Pershing Square on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Thousands of people converged on the Financial District park for an event created to promote neighborhood safety and to allow residents to interact with police officers in a relaxed setting. National Night Out takes place in communities across the country. The Downtown celebration included a neighborhood bike ride with a police escort. Downtown News 17 August 15, 2011 URBAN DREAD I'.1 WEEKLY supergoodmusic whitdlkjlmedia FEI^fl HI (Jfj IEIHHEIIEH JHW*J t'V'4 NEWS DLANC AUGUST 20 THURSDAY 8:00PM-11:00PM SPACELAND UNDER STARS Presenting LA's Best Alternative Music & DJs July 14, 21, 28 & Aug 4,11,18 THE ENGLISH BEAT summer concerts 20 11 PERSHING SQUARE DOWNTOWN STAGE Oh What a Night Out 1 ill 1 ■ j ■ MM V

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

7 p. m.: There will be Mexican masked wrestling, burlesque and comedy in this wild cocktail of magical entertainment. It’s a truly absurd and lovely spectacle. Mayan Theatre, 1038 S. Hill St. or luchavavoom. com. Lucha VaVoom 6: 30-8 p. m.: It’s time again to croon along to the music of Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin. All levels of vocal talent are welcome to belt out their favorite Rat Pack classics. Admission is free, but you must line before the event to get your complimentary ticket. Fly yourself to the moon. FILM Friday, august 19 Friday Night Sing Along: Rat Pack Edition W. M. Keck Amphitheatre, Walt Disney Concert Hall or musiccenter. org. Downtown Independent 251 S. Main St., ( 213) 617-1033 or downtownindependent. com. Aug. 19, 7 and 9 p. m.; Aug. 20-21, 7 p. m.: The Aug. 18, 7 p. m.: Fast Talk tracks the Northwestern University debate team as it tries for a championship while examining why debaters talk so fast and how their arguments are unintelligible and...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

Pershing Square 532 S. Olive, or laparks. org/ pershingsquare. Flagship Theatres University Village 3323 S. Hoover St., ( 213) 748-6321 or flagshipmovies. com. American premiere of Born and Bred , a documentary chronicling the lives of a generation of young boxers in Los Angeles. The film is centered on 15-year-old twin brothers. Blue Whale 123 Astronaut E. S. Onizuka St., ( 213) 620-0908 or Aug. 19, noon: I See Hawks in L. A. returns. Aug. 18 and 19, 8 p. m.: New Zealand’s awardwinning Indian Ink Theatre Company presents “The Guru of Chai,” a story that connects the lives of a poor tea seller, a young girl, a policeman in love and a disreputable poet. It’s all played out against the backdrop of contradictions between technology and ancient gods in modern day India. Aug. 20, 8 p. m.: Two original voices from Los Angeles’ music scene come together on one stage California Plaza, 350 S. Grand Ave., visit grandperformances. org. 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 765-6800 or grammymuseum. org...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 15 August 2011

of Coors Field ( Aug. 19-21). A hitters park, the Rockies’ diamond offers a great chance for some Dodgers to get ahold of one and gain some confidence. Hey, We Got Games prides itself on finding silver linings. We Got Games Candace Parker is expected back soon. It won’t be soon enough for the suffering Sparks. — Ryan Vaillancourt campaign, and if the regular season ended today, they’d be one of only four of the league’s 12 teams to miss the playoffs. There’s good news though. Star Candace Parker is expected to suit up soon after missing most of the season because of a knee injury. She can’t come back soon enough. This week the Sparks will tackle the league’s two best teams. After hosting the Atlanta Dream, and then the East’s first place Indiana Fever, the Sparks jet to the Land of 10,000 Lakes to challenge the West’s top squad, Maya Moore’s Minnesota Lynx ( Aug. 20). Then it’s back to Tulsa, which offers an easier opportunity ( Aug. 21). Los Angeles Dodgers Dodger Stadium, 1000 Ely...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

When Golden Times Are the Worst of Times Jewelry District Businesses Feel the Pain As the Cost of the Precious Metal Soars 17 Do Downtowners want a football team? Buy your own apartment building. shake-up. Another arts school Blossom Plaza is back in play. 24MAP CALENDAR LISTINGS 22 25CLASSIFIEDS There were ripples across the industry. Dealers sought to pass the price increases on F or the bevy of bling specialists in Downtown’s Jewelry District, the fall of 2009 was a scary season. That’s when the price of gold did the unthinkable: After a couple years of rising steadily, from around $ 600 an ounce up to $ 700 then to $ 850, it suddenly ratcheted higher, hitting the four-figure frontier of $ 1,000. staff writer byryan Vaillancourt photo by Gary Leonard Vatche Berberian ( right), who runs V& P Jewelry with his wife Aida and cousin Anna, calls 2011 his worst year in 27 years in the Jewelry District. increased. to customers, many of whom refused to pay more than twice what...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Approved Arts District BID Holy Lease at El Pueblo T he Olvera Street merchants are not the only ones at the El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument with a new lease deal. After five years of negotiations, the United Methodist Church at El Pueblo and T he search for a Little Tokyo mugger has intensified. Last week, the City Council authorized a $ 50,000 reward for information leading to the identification and apprehension of the person responsible for the July 24 assault of a blind woman in Little Tokyo. The 68-year-old resident of the neighborhood was pushing her walker down the sidewalk when a short man in a long white T-shirt snuck up behind her and ripped a gold necklace with a jade pendant from her neck. The mugger also had a small backpack and a baseball cap turned backwards. Police believe the same suspect robbed a 79-year-old Little Tokyo resident on Aug. 1. Anyone with information on the incidents can call Central Division detectives at ( 213) 485-3294. Reward for Info...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

•I' Urban Scrawl by Doug Davis AEG Is on the Clock Even if a few too many council members were a bit too selfcongratulatory and in love with the sound of their own voices in the time leading up to the vote — does everyone around the horseshoe really need to stand up and say the same thing about how important it is to have a jobs generator? — approving the deal was the right move. As this page has stated before, the agreement largely protects the city and limits its risk. The upside is tremendous, as the development could improve Los Angeles’ convention business and spur another round of construction in Downtown. It could also propel the creation of businesses that would pay taxes and fill government coffers, a necessity at a time when the cash-strapped city needs to generate new rev- O n Aug. 9, much of Los Angeles applauded, and a few people groaned, when the City Council approved the framework of a deal that would allow Anschutz Entertainment Group to tear down the aged West Hall ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

E very week Los Angeles Downtown News gets online comments to the stories we publish. Recent stories about proposed changes at Art Walk following the death of 7-week-old Marcello Vasquez, killed when a car drove onto the curb during the July 14 event, prompted a huge response. These are comments from the editorial “Keep Streets Open During Art Walk,” posted online Aug. 5, and the article“ Food Trucks, Vendors Banned From Art Walk Core,” published online Aug. 10, by Richard Guzmán. A s a business owner in the heart of the Old Bank District, I think this is an uncalled-for move. I can fully understand moving the food trucks, but moving vendors and performers is way too drastic. I understand the congestion caused by the highly concentrated foot traffic, but this will drastically change the feel of Art Walk. In my opinion either Main or Spring should be shut down for Art Walk night, creating a safe street to walk down and to gather. It is so sad what happened last month, but it had noth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

The selection of Forest City follows a bidding process conducted by the CRA. Six firms responded. While their resume may be impressive, their role with the project has not yet been made official. Additionally, specific plans for the development have not been publicly unveiled. The former 262 housing units could be downsized to about 200. In Downtown, they are responsible for projects such as apartment complexes The Met at 950 S. Flower St. and Metro 417 at 417 S. Hill St. The city purchased the land last year after the CRA Board of Commissioners approved the allocation of $ 3 million toward the $ 9.9 million acquisition. In December 2010, the agency began the bidding process. Established Player With Forest City, the project could have a developer with an extensive record both in Downtown and across the nation. Forest City was founded in 1920 and claims more than $ 11 billion in assets. The real estate development and management firm has properties in 27 states that include office bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

educogym focuses entirely on optimizing the body’s ability to burn fat. The educogym system invigorates and activates muscle cells through short, intensive training. This stimulates muscle tissue more effectively, resulting in more fat and weight loss. Combined with a good nutritional program, the body stops storing fat and the result is a leaner, fitter and more energized body. educogym places a strong emphasis on a “When people decide they want to drop a few pounds they generally go on a calorie controlled diet and do lots of aerobic exercise,” says Wayne Dunne, educogym manager.“ What they don’t realize is that they are losing muscle tissue and not fat. This means that when they start eating normally again, or miss a few sessions in the gym, they not only put all the weight back on, they put on extra weight too.” W e are all guilty of it. Today, there are more gyms in the U. S. than ever before, yet research shows that 90% of people stop going to the gym after only six weeks. Wha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Apartments or Condos? : The short answer is apartments. Whoever purchases the project will“ most likely” bring the building to market as rentals, said listing agent Kitty Wallace of Colliers. West Millennium built out the 80 Brockman units as condominiums, but the investor market is currently targeting rental products over for-sale projects, she said. Price : There’s no listed price for the Brockman. That is typi- Floored : A buyer could open the building to renters immediately — the project has its certificate of occupancy. More likely, Wallace said, the new owner will take time to finish some Contact : Listing agent Kitty Wallace is at ( 310) 622-1990 or kittywallaceteam. com. She is taking offers on the building through Aug. 24. Contact Ryan Vaillancourt at ryan@ downtownnews. com. ■ \0 120-130 South Hewitt St., Los Angeles • www. GalleryLoftsLA. com 323-610-7700 Loft condominiums ideally located in LA’s sophisticated Arts District provide a uniquely appealing home at Gallery Lof...

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