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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

A: We offer traditional Boyle Heights-style cooking. It’s what we ate as second-generation, third-generation kids. We also offer unique settings for your party. The cantina, which is in the basement, has sofas and very much looks like someone’s den. There’s the main floor, where you’d have to have a bigger party of 100-plus. It’s the classical, Downtown, turn-of-the-century architecture with 50-foot ceilings. There’s the mezzanine with its own bar. It can fit 60-70 people. And there’s a fourth that’s a little bit more intimate. We have a private tequila vault from the former jewelry store we’re located in. We do tequila tastings and tequila pairings with food there. I A: Gift exchanges always help break the ice, and of course an open bar helps. Q: A lot of people feel that a work holiday party is something they’re obligated to attend. What element should someone include so that it’s actually fun? Q: Should there be entertainment or games or something? Or are a meal and drinks enough...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

I I \ _ bar & kiicken boutique wines, craft beers artisanal cocktails a seasonal american restaurant rooted in the tradition of market fresh cuisine, now open sundays, 3 pm till late www. FirstStreetCuisine. com 213-458-4151 First Street Cuisine Catering & Events Holiday Catering Vegan & Vegetarian ■ v ; • ! — — — — — — — — — — — — — s 20% Off Book your event now & receive 819 s flower st btw 8th & 9th 213.623.9904 www. barandkitchenla. com LA’s First Choice in Catering! Corporate Breakfast Catering Sandwich and Dessert Platters Corporate Party Catering Office Holiday Parties Liquor Bar Service Box Lunch Delivery September 12, 2011 22 Downtown News Last Blast at the Wilshire Grand Landmark Hotel Plans Its Final Holiday Party Season The managers responsible for leading the team, Executive Chef Daniel Fennessy, Margaret Fornesi, director of events services, and Marc Loge, director of public relations, spoke about the final ho...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

39 Years Loge: No, they won’t be coming back to the new hotel. Union employees are given an option whether they want to come back or not. As far as the management team goes, none of us are being given an option to come back. Q: Will the events services team have a role in the new hotel? Mm 39 Years ANTONIA B. LEONARDO C. 39 Years 37 Years ALFREDO P. Fennessy: We did a wedding for a Polynesian royal family. It was 800 or so invited guests but they also decided that any Polynesian national in the area could come in and just sit around the perimeter and watch the wedding and the ceremony. We had two large buffets with Polynesian food. One of the items was a whole roasted pig. After all of the invited guests had gone through the host decided that they were going to let the people that had shown up and were sitting around the perimeter enjoy the food too. They had no tables, no silverware, no napkins. It was like an onslaught, you couldn’t stop them from eating. At the end we couldn’t fi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

7. / 11* event space. The Grand Ballroom offers timeless elegance of the original 1912 design with modern boutique touches to create trie ideal setting for your event he Los Angeles Athletic Club has transformed its 24 Downtown News September 12, 2011 T _Jl_ historic ballroom into Downtown LAs most dramatic a**

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

Yes, it’s the night to celebrate and let your hair down a bit with your co-workers. But it’s still a work event, and there are rules you need to follow. A: It depends on the level of behavior. If you said something inappropriate to someone, address it with that person. If you got totally out of line go to the manager and address it. yourself. Lydia Ramsey: My best advice is to drink as little as possible and to know your capacity. Have maybe one or two glasses of wine but no more than that so that you don’t lose control of Los Angeles Downtown News: What’s your advice about drinking at a holiday party? A: Make sure you handle yourself in an appropriate manner. He or she is the boss, so don’t try to fight it, just bear with it, listen and don’t comment. Or find the best moment to walk away and excuse yourself. But you don’t want to offend the boss no matter how offensive they are. Q: What if the boss gets a little tipsy and starts being inappropriate? Q: Should you invite clients to ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

one thing has remained constant: his trust in seven nationally recognized centers of excellence. Good Samaritan Hospital. Visit our website at www. goodsam. org. “When one of our patients needs hospitalization, we refer them to our colleagues at Good Sam with confidence, knowing that the specialists For a referral to a Good Samaritan Hospital physician, please call 1( 800) GS-CARES. there are second to none. We are certain “That’s not too bad. We’ve seen worse,” said Beau Bruderer, who with Lerone McElrath helmed my class. When I stood on the scale I sucked my gut in a little, as if it would make any difference ( it didn’t). At 5-feet 5-inches I came in at a whopping 231 pounds. Yikes, that’s like a heavyweight fighter, without the fighter part. As part of the program, the trainers recorded how many pushups and sit-ups you can do in two minutes. I pulled off a wimpy 16 pushups and 10 sit-ups. Sure enough, I got a solid F, as in Fat, even though I tried to cheat. The program actually...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

million And Run Half Marathon to Start and End in Downtown Rock and Roll T here’s a reason avid runners and athletes of all kinds listen to music when they pound the pavement. Who doesn’t get pumped up by peppy beats, whether it’s Green Day, Iron Maiden or Survivor? On Oct. 30, more than 15,000 runners will take over 13 miles of Downtown streets, and they’ll all be rocking out, but none will be wearing headphones. Instead, they’ll find their inspiration from live bands that will Last year’s Rock ‘ n’ Roll Half Marathon ran through Los Feliz and Echo Park. This year, it rocks out entirely in Downtown. mm LA PROSTATE CANCER 5K A PROJECT OF THE USC INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY NORRIS Your contribution supports our race toward a cure for prostate cancer. SUndAy novembeR 6, 2011 Register to run in the L. A. Prostate Cancer 5K at Active. com or USCUrology. com or call ( 323) 865-3700 For more information, or to register, visit runrocknroll. competitor. com/ los-angeles. Back in Los Angeles for th...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

by RichaRd Guzmán Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. The play is also a good way to become more familiar with stories from Southeast Asia, which is a goal this year for East West Players, Dang said. Sakhrani agreed, noting that a lot of stories from that part of the world need to be told, and that doing so will help different cultures live side by side. A Widow of No Importance runs through Oct. 8 at the David Henry Hwang Theater, 120 Judge John Aiso St. ( 213) 625-7000 or eastwestplayers. org. Even if the different“ cultures” living side by side are an older woman and a much younger man. “The privileged widow, the bratty daughter, these are people we all know,” he remarked. While the comedy features a melodramatic character engulfed in self-pity, it is also grounded in a reality that transcends cultures, Vaaz said. The inspiration for the story came to Sakhrani from a relative he barely knew. The 32-year-old, who was born in Hong Kong to Indian parents, recalled ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

■ SEPT. 17 th , 2011 SATURDAY FROM 5PM - MIDN1TE FREE FOR ALL AGES 943-951 N.BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES 90012 WWW.CHI NAT0WNLft.COM PI ( N IT Of STREFT AND EVENT PARKING AVAILABLE ANNUAL Cultural Performances / Cooking Demos by Chinatown's Favorite Chefs / Craft Beer Garden Moon Cake Sampling Hands-on Cultural Workshops Roaming Street Performers / Live Music and DJs LA's Favorite Gourmet Trucks / Harvest Moon Viewing with Telescopes Provided by Griffith Observatory Ping Pong Tournament / Face Painting, Calligrapher and much more! 30 Downtown News September 12, 2011 WHAT’S IN STORE Caveman Vintage Music A Superstitious Keyboard, Rare Guitars and Vinyl Treasures in a Chinatown Shop by Ryan Vaillancourt In an age where consumers are increasingly abandoning brick and mortar retailers, Slater said quality instruments will always require physical shops — patrons need to physically pick them up and pluck their strings. “There’s such a personal connection with instruments,” Slater said.“ I can p...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

ROCK, POP & JAZZ 618 S. Spring St., ( 213) 627-8070 or exchangela. com. Continued on next page Sept. 13, 8 p. m.: The Country Music Hall of Fame hosts its All for the Hall Fundraiser featuring Zac Brown, Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill and Friends. Yee-haw. Exchange LA Sept. 15, 9 p. m.: Silky, slinky and so easy on the ears, the Robotanists’ shiny pop rock breathes life into a sublime collage of genres. Baron Von Luxxury and Sleeping Bags hold down the opening slots. Sept. 16, 9 p. m.: Jason Diaz is an axe wielding singer songwriter who’s a little bit Motown, a little bit gospel and a little bit Hendrix. He’ll be packing his Robert Johnson looks on stage to open for Big Dick and Muddy Reds alongside Kyle Nicolaides. Sept. 17, 9 p. m.: Low-end shakers and melancholy harmonizers Delta Mirror rumble through with The Child and Dream Tapes. Sept. 18, 8 p. m.: Jerry Borge. Club Nokia clubnokia. com. 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 765-7000 or 2220 Beverly Blvd., ( 213) 389-3856 or bootl...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

Sept. 18, 2 p. m.: CAAM presents Standing on My Sister’s Shoulders . Director/ writer Laura Lipson and producer Joan Sadoff’s 2002 film takes on the Civil Rights movement in Mississippi in the ’ 50s and ’ 60s from the point of view of the women who lived it and emerged as its grassroots leaders. 600 State Dr., ( 213) 744-7432 or caamuseum. org. September 16 Partial Listing: Drive ( 12: 30, 3, 5: 30, 8 and 10: 30 p. m.); The Lion King 3D ( 11: 40 a. m. and 2: 10, 4: 50, 7: 30 and 10: 10 p. m.); Straw Dogs ( 12, 2: 30, 5: 10, 7: 50 and 10: 40 p. m.). Through September 15: Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star ( 12, 2: 20, 4: 40, 7: 10 and 9: 40 p. m.); Contagion ( 11: 50 a. m. and 1: 30, 2: 30, 4: 20, 5: 10, 7: 10, 8, 10: 20 and 11 p. m.); Warrior ( 12: 40, 3: 50, 7 and 10: 10 p. m.); Apollo 18 ( 12: 50, 3: 10, 5: 20, 7: 50 and 10: 10 p. m.); Saving Private Perez ( 1: 20 and 4 p. m.); Shark Night 3D ( 12: 20, 2: 50, 5: 20, 7: 40 and 10 p. m.); The Debt ( 1: 10, 4: 10, 6: 50 and 9: 30 p. m.)...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

Walking the F-18 Assembly Line Holding Artificial Hearts and Valves Watching Conservationists Restore Priceless Paintings AT ITS Pf v^*W9^^^^ - BBC MUSIC Hearing 911 Calls in Real Time Then You’re Not a Member of Town Hall Los Angeles Join Today so You Don’t Miss Anything Else TOWN HALL LOS ANGELES Grand Performances and the Los Angeles Theatre Center present Staff Benda Bilili in two special benefit concerts Thursday, September 15 at 7 p.m. & 9:15 p.m. WWW. TOWNHALL-LA. ORG/ MEMBERSHIP 75 YEARS OF BRILLIANT PROGRAMS TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE! grandperformances.org | theLATC.org t EBfDftMMCES\T: Downtown News 33 September 12, 2011 MUSEUMS Through Jan. 31: To commemorate its100th anniversary, Remembering Angel Island will showcase historic photographs, a reproduction of a poem carved on the barracks of Angel Island, artifacts and a multi-media station featuring personal stories of The Life Tunnel aims to show the connections between all life forms, from the single-celled amoe...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

The Moroccan-inspired Figueroa Hotel just a block north of Staples Center manages the unique feat of making you feel like you’re in the heart of the city and removed from it at the same time. The lightfilled Veranda Bar is just steps from the clear, glittery pool, and it’s common to see suit-clad Downtowners a few feet from swimsuit-wearing Euro-tourists. Five Stars Bar 347 E. First St., ( behind the Chop Suey Café), ( 213) 617-9990 or chopsueycafeandlounge. com. Tucked behind the Chop Suey Café is the Far Bar, where intimacy and a sense of noir L. A. collide. If you can find the place, which you enter through the back of the café or via a skinny alley a few doors down, you can throw them back in the same spot author Raymond Chandler is rumored to have done the same. Figueroa Hotel 939 S. Figueroa St., ( 213) 627-8971 or figueroahotel. com. types who can’t help but gawk at the preserved bits of machinery, the huge generator and the coal box that now houses the jukebox. Far Bar Ongoi...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

Oiwake O Bar & Kitchen O Hotel, 819 S. Flower St., ( 213) 623-9904 or ohotelgroup. com. This relaxing spot features a full menu of signature martinis and a humidor with a variety of quality cigars. The outdoor patio showcases the Downtown skyline and California Plaza and features intimate fire pits. Happy Hour every Wednesday and Thursday 5-9 p. m. featuring live music, $ 3 appetizers and $ 5 cocktails. There’s something to be said for a spot that’s a bit tricky to find. No matter. Your hard work will be rewarded with an extra strong drink at this artsy Chinatown haven decked out with stunning light fixtures, red bleeding walls and post-modern decor. The second level features a dance floor. There’s usually an art show every month, and weekly DJs. Noé Bar omnihotels. com. Omni Hotel, 251 S. Olive St., ( 213) 356-4100 or 475 Gin Ling Way, ( 213) 625-7500 or themountainbar. com. Downtown, Moody’s is a traditional sports bar, serving pub grub from steaks to sandwiches. Morto...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 September 2011

September 12, 2011 40 Downtown News Caveman Continued from page 30 Erik Bailey, who has toured as the technician for the likes of Vampire Weekend and the Strokes. Vinyl Fever : Like most music shops, Caveman Vintage Music usually has tunes playing. Unlike most shops, the sound always emanates from a vinyl record on a turntable. All of the records in the store are used, and they range from Santo and Johnny to the odd Jamiroquai single to a range of jazz classics. Price ranges widely too, from a $ 3 copy of Ron Carter’s All Blues to a $ 60 first pressing of Art Blakey’s Orgy in Rhythm. photo by Ryan Vaillancourt Caveman has an array of vintage keyboard instruments, including several Moogs. Contact Ryan Vaillancourt at ryan@ downtownnews. com. Caveman Vintage Music is at 650 N. Spring St., ( 213) 6259999 or caveman-vintage. com. Vintage Oddities : Sticking with the old-school theme, the store stocks a few vintage curios that many might assume were totally extinct. There are two Atari s...

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