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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

August 22, 2011 Downtown News 9 Let’s Do Lunch Leon a r d Ga r y b y photo

Publication Title: La Downtown News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

7 days/ week. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers. Limit 1 coupon per table. Specials not incluced. Expires 9-30-11. we were voted Mexican restaurant! Come Downtown '■ I 7 days/ week. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers. Limit 1 coupon per table. Specials not incluced. Expires 9-30-11. Any purchase of $ 20 or more! 5 Off Classic |Hffftl No Substitutions. Limit one offer per coupon. State sales tax applicable. One coupon per person, per visit at participating locations only. Not valid with any other coupon, combo meal, advertised special or offer. Expires 9/ 22/ 11. $ 7 99 cWouiptho nth. is With Fries & 22 oz. Drink Do you know how to throw a party, or what? Let the readers know in our annual catering section. Holiday Holiday only $ 10 Burgers specials for from 10 lunch lunch specials Sandwiches | Wraps | Pastas Monday– Friday Salads Choose r.' IN TOWN JOIN US FOR THE BEST LUNCH DEAL /' ~7r~ L 1 f Partie& Catering Partie& Partie...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Live Music: 8pm-11pm Sun: 11am-3pm Live Music: 11: 30am-2pm Free-Flowing Champagne & Buffet Style All You Can Eat & Drink for only $ 24.99!!! Brunch. Lunch. “Rush-Over” Mon-Fri: 11am-2: 30pm Lunchtime Live Music: 11am-1: 30pm For Opening Week Gumbo Jumbalaya Shrimp Etouffee & Much, much more! Specials. Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! Mon-Fri: 5pm-7pm Half off Bar Bites & Cocktail Specials! 734 E. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90013 213.680.3003 • www. NolasLA. com “A” DASH and Gold Line adjacent Fried Chicken Nola Burgers Po Boy & Muffaletta Sandwiches Red Beans & Rice Beignets Grits Bacon & Eggs Omelette Bar & Much, much more! & Much, much more! August 22, 2011 Downtown News 11 The celebrated Lazy Ox Canteen is perhaps the most popular restaurant in Little Tokyo. Crowds come at lunch for the very shareable small plates. Pete’s Café and Bar in the Old Bank District is often filled a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

50% Buy 1 Combo Receive 2nd Combo at OFF FREE * Equal or Lesser Value. 1 coupon per customer, per visit. Expires 09-22-11 Bread • Cakes • Sandwiches • Coffee • Ice Cream 213.623.4244 • 548 S. Broadway Ave. LA, CA 90013 • 6: 30am - 8pm, M. - Sat. • 7am - 7pm, Sun. 12 Downtown News August 22, 2011 A-Z Homegirl Café Eat a good meal, drink a fine, dark-green beverage and feel like you’re helping make society a little better by patronizing Homegirl Café . Part of Homeboy Industries, the nonprofit that helps former gang members find jobs, the restaurant is popular with local residents and the City Hall crowd. Lunch highlights include the roast beef sandwich with spicy apple and tomatilla salsa and the beef tinga tacos with habanero pickled onions. The guacamole, with chunks of roasted pineapple, is a must-try, as is Angela’s Green Potion, a spinach-mint lemonade. At 130 W. Bruno St., ( 323) 526-1254 or homeboy-industries. org. courtesy The Palm in South Park attracts a who’s who of the Do...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Izakaya Fu-Ga is at 111 S. San Pedro St., ( 213) 625-1722 or izakayafu-ga. com; Lazy Ox Canteen is at 241 S. San Pedro St., ( 213) 626-5299 or lazyoxcanteen. com. traditional Japanese spot, you can’t talk about small plates and Little Tokyo without mentioning Lazy Ox Canteen , helmed by chef Josef Centeno. The restaurant is ideal for lunch with a large group of people who don’t mind sharing plates and trying Centeno’s wildly original creations such as pig ear chicharron and the pork and beef ragu with pasta and fried egg. Even the caramelized cauliflower is delicious. N L photo courtesy Tiara Café in the Fashion District does a brisk lunch business with people looking for healthy and original meals. At 1300 S. Los Angeles St., ( 213) 747-7750 or casajalapeno. com. You’ll have to trek to the edge of the Fashion District, and peek through the poster-size pictures of food on the door, to find the tiny Casa Jalapeño . Once you do, you’ll see chef Kyle Moore in the kitchen, and he’ll tal...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

At 1050 S. Flower St., ( 213) 749-1460 or of the other options created by fusion pioneer John Rivera Sedlar. Standouts include the braised kurobuta short ribs or the Oaxacan ahi tuna. You pretty much can’t go wrong here. riverarestaurant. com. engineco. com. Quack If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck and is served at Rivera , it’s going to be some of the most delicious duck you’ve ever had. The duck enfrijolada, served with poached egg, rioja wine and cascabel chile sauce, looks like a plate of beans and eggs, but it’s actually two blue corn tortillas over duck and black bean puree. If duck isn’t your thing, then try any Rookies of the Year More than 20 restaurants have opened since the beginning of the year, and there is no slowdown coming. However, there are a few Rookie of the Year candidates. An instantly popular Seventh Street spot is Mas Malo , an East-L. A. style Mexican restaurant that is a spin-off of the Silver Lake Malo. For lunch try the ground beef and pickle tac...

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

French dips are the featured attraction at Cole’s. The restaurant’s menu was revamped recently. At 127 E. Ninth St., ( 213) 623-3663 or Vietnamese spring roll. Eric wraps grilled meats, vegetables, spices and herbs in rice paper. He can also satisfy seafood cravings with dishes like the pan-seared halibut with noodles in a miso mushroom broth. tiara-cafe-la. com. Hill St., ( 213) 625-1097; Eco-Asian is at 521 W. Seventh St., ( 213) 489-1811 or eco-asian. com rots and daikon, Vietnamese mint, cilantro and jalapeños. Also worth a try is the chicken banh mi. The bird is marinated overnight in spices, then grilled. At 114 S. Central Ave., ( 213) 620-1840 or thespicetable. com. It’s hard to think of lunch in Downtown without mentioning Philippe The Original. The Alameda Street landmark still packs in crowds eager for a French dip sandwich. Urban Noodle Located in the former Warung Café spot on Fourth Street, Urban Noodle is an Old Bank District winner. One of the standouts is the pepper ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

bar & kitckext a seasonal american restaurant rooted in the tradition of market fresh cuisine, boutique wines, craft beers artisanal cocktails now open sundays, 3 pm till late Full Bar Free Delivery Free Parking Private Parties Welcome evenings ( call for details) 819 s flower st btw 8th & 9th 213.623.9904 www. barandkitchenla. com Original Revolving Sushi Counter in LA! VOT E D BEST SUS HI by L. A. Down town News Readers Featuring sashimi, yakitori, Tempura, different kinds of sushi open 7 days a week, 11 am - 10 pm 120 Japanese Village plaza ( Little Tokyo) ( 213) 680-0567 Validated Parking ( Enter on Central Ave.) or use DASH Route A– Bus 16 Downtown News August 22, 2011 yxta. net. steak). The room is light, airy and friendly. At 601 S. Central Ave., ( 213) 596-5579 or A-Z At 118 W. Fourth St., ( 213) 626-0662 or urbannoodlela. com. Continued from page 15 black bean sauce. The Urban Noodle House Special Noodles combines shrimp, tomatoes, onions, red and gr...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

— Patrick Weier, construction worker — Clarence Jackson, buyer I do think L. A. should have a football team. It brings pride to the city if you have a team. I would like to see the Minnesota Vikings here. DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS City of Los Angeies Members of our Creative Community We want to hear from you! The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs has partnered with Bringing Back Broadway, the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of L. A, the City Planning Department’s Urban Design Studio, the Local Initiatives Support Corporation ( LISC), California Institute of the Arts ( CalArts), the Actors Fund/ Actors Fund Housing Development Corporation, and Artspace Projects to explore new affordable, mixed-use creative facilities in Downtown L. A. The project is called The Broadway Arts Center ( BAC). www. CreativeSpaceLA. org August 15th – October 10th, 2011 CreativeSpaceLA. org or call DCA at 213.202.5554 Creative Space L. A. stair Climb for los angeles friday, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Art dirEctor: Brian Allison AssistANt Art dirEctor: Yumi Kanegawa ProductioN ANd GrAPhics: Alexis Rawlins facebook: L. A. Downtown News twitter: DowntownNews PhotoGrAPhEr: Gary Leonard One copy per person. The Los Angeles Downtown News is the must-read newspaper for Downtown Los Angeles and is distributed every Monday throughout the offices and residences of Downtown Los Angeles. VERIFIED 18 Downtown News August 22, 2011 Gold Gary Leonard David Gidanian opened Cash 4 Gold in early 2010 to take advantage of surging gold prices. He too is feeling a slowdown.“ I think maybe people already sold all their gold,” he said. Historically, the jewelry industry has ac- The skyrocketing price of gold is driven by several factors, including the weakness of the U. S. dollar and the perception among investors that gold offers an opportunity to hedge against otherwise unstable markets. As stock prices have roller-coastered in recent weeks, gold has gone steadily higher. Jewelry dealers have seen go...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Forest City will come before the council. She noted that the community has long been involved in the planning. First District City Councilman Ed Reyes, a longtime proponent of the project, called it critical for the community. He said he is confident things will proceed smoothly with Forest City, especially since many of the key aspects have already been decided. N STREET MA Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. While Ratner told the crowd that there will be several community gatherings to discuss the project in more detail if the city gives them the go-ahead, Yu hopes time is not wasted on redundant meetings. “I was just looking back on my photos from 2004 during one of the first community meetings that we arranged for the project,” he said.“ I don’t want to wait another seven years.” “The site needs to be activated, and it may take a developer of that caliber to do it,” he said. 588-space subterranean garage and nearly 20,000 square feet of ground-floor retail spac...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

The Frolic Show At the Far Bar, 47 E. First St., ( 213) 6179990 or facebook. com/ frolicshow. Every first and third Wednesday. No The Hamclown Show Alexandria Hotel, second-floor, 501 S. Spring St., ( 213) 626-7484. Every last Thursday of the month, 8: 3011 p. m. No cover. Big Trouble in Little Tokyo-Open Mic At Señor Fish, 422 E. First St., ( 213) 6250566. Every Tuesday, 7-11 p. m. No cover. Swanky Comedy At First & Hope Supper Club, 710 W. First St., ( 213) 617-8555 or firstandhope. com. Monthly schedule varies. Show starts at 10 p. m. $ 10 cover. based Will Weldon and comedy veteran The crowd, a mix of trendy types and working professionals, took in sets by Ross, club co-producer Jeff Wattenhofer, L. A.- It was precisely that desire to bring something different that prompted Dave Ross to start the Holy [ expletive] show at the Downtown Independent in late 2009. It’s been a slow but steady build, and now the show in what is regularly a movie theater has gone from month...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

“Chinatown needs these events to drive traffic, to showcase our merchants, our restaurants, since those are the things that will continue to bring people back,” said George Yu, executive director of the Chinatown Business Improvement District, the event producer. On most nights, Chinatown’s plazas are quiet, with limited pedestrian activity. That changed during last year’s Summer Nights program, when as many as 17,000 people came to Chinatown and partied under the neon lights and lantern-filled streets. Although many people who show up know the neighborhood from meals or occasional shopping forays, Yu expects a healthy Launched last year by the Community Redevelopment Agency in an effort to activate and attract people to the neighborhood, the gathering will again turn the heart of Chinatown into a food and music party. Although the four events of 2010 have been halved this year, community proponents are still enthusiastic. But for two nights, starting this Saturday, the historic com...

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

5: 30 p. m.: The last installment of the L. A. Conservancy’s summer sunset walking tours is a unique look at the iconic John Parkinson structure that dominates the Civic Center. The tour is just shy of two hours and visitors can reserve spots online. Money in the Digital Age Downtown Independent, 251 S. Main St., ( 213) 6171033 or downtownindependent. com. 7-11 p. m.: Hollis Doherty, Micki Krimmel, Heather Schlegel and Sanjay Sabnani discuss the state of money in the digital age. In an era of online transactions and increasing financial technology, the methods with which money changes hands are increasing. Explore community bartering and systems of exchange. Wednesday, august 24 City Hall Sunset Walking Tour City Hall, 200 N. Spring St., ( 213) 623-2489 or laconservancy. com. thursday, august 25 Working the Apollo California African-American Museum, 600 State Drive, ( 213) 744-7432 or caamuseum. org. 7 p. m.: Cornelius Grant, musical director for the Temptations and others, will sha...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

The Varnish Aug. 23-24 and 27-28, 7 p. m.: Taylor Swift takes her broken heart blitzkrieg on a merciless mission of country domination to Staples Center. Surrender at once to the whims of this naïve songstress. 1201 S. Figueroa St., ( 213) 742-7340 or visit staplescenter. com. Aug. 27, 8 and 10 p. m.: Channel 101 is a monthly film festival featuring short comedy pilots. Best of all, the audience has control and can vote down the bad stuff and shower the glorious film victors with praise and adulation. Downtown Independent 251 S. Main St., ( 213) 617-1033 or downtownindependent. com. 842 S. Broadway, ( 213) 622-1939 or laorpheum. com. Aug. 25: Eerie vocals and heartrending chords from Mia Doi Todd will haunt the funk out of you. Aug. 26: Upbeat Latin rock from Francisca Valenzuela with the Rhythm Roots Allstars. Leave your Slayer shirts and moshing boots at home for this one. Aug. 27: Dublab presents: Cosmic Harp: A Tribute to Alice Coltrane. Orpheum Theatre MacArthur Park, 2230 W. S...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

PRE-OWNED HIGH SCHOOL Diploma! Graduate in 4 weeks! Free Brochure. Call Now! 1-866-562-3650 ext. 60 www. SouthEasternHS. com ( Cal-SCAN) PSYCHIC READER Spiritual advisor. Tarot $ 20. Confidential text for one free question 323-493-9494. Attorneys DRIVER - START a New Career! 100% Paid CDL Training. No Experience Required. Recent Grads or Experienced Drivers: Sign On Bonus! CRST VAN EXPEDITED. 1-800-326-2778. www. JoinCRST. com ( CalSCAN) Old Bank District The original Live/ Work Lofts from $ 1,100 Cafes, Bars, Shops, Galleries, Parking adjacent. Pets no charge Call 213.253.4777 LAloft. com DRIVERS: BACK by popular demand, run the 11 Western States! Weekly Home Time. The Best jobs getting even better! TheLoftExpertGroup. com Downtown since 2002 Bill Cooper 213.598.7555 Call Knight today. 1-800-414-9569. www. DriveKnight. com ( Cal-SCAN) ABOGADO DE IMMIGRACION! Family, Criminal, P. I. for more than 20 yrs! Child Support / Custody Necesita Permiso de trabajo? - Tagalog / Español / Kore...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

Do you have something to sell? Adopt A pet puBlic notice DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR DONATE YOUR Car: Children’s Cancer Fund! Help Save A Child’s Life Through Research & Support! Free Vacation Package. Fast, Easy & Tax Deductible. Call 1-800-252-0615. ( CalSCAN) Items under $ 300 Items $ 301 to $ 500 Items $ 501 to $ 1200 Items $ 1201 to $ 2000 Items $ 2001+… Ad Prices ( Marketplace and Automotive Categories ONLY) 12 words, 2 weeks 15 words 15 words 15 words 15 words FREE! $ 11.50 $ 14.00 $ 16.50 $ 19.00 All ads run for 2 weeks. Ads may be renewed after two weeks for 50% off the original price of the ad. ADVERTISE YOUR Auction in 240 California newspapers for one low cost of $ 550. Your 25 word classified ad reaches over 6 million+ Californians. Free brochure call Elizabeth ( 916) 2886019. ( Cal-SCAN) ADOPT ( OR FOSTER) your forever friend from Bark Avenue Foundation. Beautiful, healthy puppies, dogs, cats and kittens available at Downtown’s...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 22 August 2011

We Got Games Parker Plays and the Dodgers Continue to Slide Los Angeles Sparks Aug. 26, 7: 30 p. m.: She’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack. Candace Parker returned to the Sparks last week, her gimpy knee finally recovered. While she notched a 1510 double-double, the Sparks lost. Give Parker time. Although she is perhaps the best player in the WNBA, it’s still a team sport, and there’s no“ Candace” in T-E-A-M. But who will be her Scottie Pippen? DeLisha Milton-Jones? Tina Thompson? Coach Jellybean Bryant has the ingredients for a winner now — he just needs to refine his recipe. The Sparks start the week in Washington, D. C. ( Aug. 23), then come home to host the woeful Tulsa Shock. On Sunday ( Aug. 28), the Sparks go up to Washington state to battle the Seattle Storm. ( 213) 929-1300 or wnba. com/ sparks. Staples Center, 1111 S. Figueroa St., Aug. 26, 7: 10 p. m.; Aug. 27-28, 1: 10 p. m.: The Dodgers head into St. Louis to try and dodge heavy hitting Albert Pujols and the Cardinals ( Aug. 22-24)...

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