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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

It’s our business to make you comfortable... at home, downtown. Corporate and long term residency is accommodated in high style at the Towers Apartments. Contemporary singles, studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartment homes provide fortunate residents with a courteous full service lobby attendant, heated pool, spa, complete fitness center, sauna and recreation room with kitchen. Beautiful views extend from the Towers’ lofty homes in the sky. Mountain vistas and slender skyscrapers provide an incredible back drop to complement your decor. Far below are a host of businesses ready to support your pampered downtown lifestyle. With spectacular cultural events nearby, even the most demanding tastes are satisfied. Downtown, it’s not just big business anymore. Visit the Towers Apartments today. Call Now For Move-In Specia ls “The adaptive reuse project was creatively conceived and well executed forming one of Downtown’s most unique and vibrant communities,” said Stephen Henry, managing ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. So yeah, I [ expletive] up. But at least the crew liked my cursing skills. “Richard, Good having you,” Nguyen wrote.“ Btw, your crab cakes came out like CRAP! ( they came out too mushy and just fell apart) See, it ain’t easy. but at least you know now. Lates, Nguyen Tran.” For a moment I hoped it was a compliment. Then I read the full text. That feeling only lasted for a few hours. In the early afternoon, I got an email from Nguyen. The subject line read “crab cakes!” I thanked the staff for being so cool and Nguyen in particular for giving me the gig. I walked out, patting myself on the back for a hard half-day of work. After getting everyone’s attention I exclaimed, out loud,“ I quit [ expletive]!” I made my expletive plural. ing. Nguyen was up front doing his thing, taking orders, working the crowd and, as promised, dropping F-bombs. Meanwhile I was given a very important job. Gordo pulled me aside and showed me how to prepare...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

“Russian opera has been ignored in the overall 25 years of the company,” said Conlon, who noted that Eugene Onegin will be only the company’s third Russian opera.“ This is a first step.” Another challenge involves selecting the season opener. This year, the goal is a major work that fills a void in the L. A. Opera repertoire: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin , a massively popular opera that is only now getting its Los Angeles premiere. Verdi, and a dash of Britten, the schedule is perhaps better understood as a chapter in a larger story. After a steady diet of Wagner over the past three years that included the company’s first production of an entire Ring cycle, L. A. Opera is devoid of the German master in 2011/ 2012. Instead, a trend is apparent in Cosi Fan Tutte . The comic opera is one of three Mozart collaborations with librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte, and follows last season’s Le Nozze de Figaro . The third collaboration, Don Giovanni , is poised for the Chandler stage next...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

Q : What else should audiences know about this show? A : I think that Poor Behavior , you have to come to it with an open mind and listen and it will all reveal itself, and leave you still questioning yourself and the world and human beings. Los Angeles Downtown News : The storyline involves two couples who go away for the weekend and one man pursues the other’s wife, the wife being you. You sure this is a comedy? Johanna Day : [ Laughs] I know it is a comedy. It is a rather dark comedy, I would say. In the first day of rehearsals it was surprising to me how funny it was, just when we were reading it around a table. I thought it would be a little darker and it needs to be funny, actually. It’s so smart and so tangled and so questionable. atregroup. com. Poor Behavior runs through Oct. 16 at the Mark Taper Forum, 135 N. Grand Ave., ( 213) 628-2772 or centerthe- A : It is scary. It’s scary and fun. That’s the way theater should be. Q : Questioning the world and human beings? Now I’m n...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

Deepa Kirpalani ( Lina Patel) is such a woman, one you’ve seen too many times for her story to be original, and without enough clever dialogue from playwright Shane Sakhrani to earn more than a few laughs. The world premiere of A Widow of No Importance , directed by Shaheen Vaaz and running through Oct. 9 at East West Players in Little Tokyo, flashes moments of charm on its way to an expected conclusion, thanks mostly to a pair of engaging lead performances. However, in true sitcom style, the script relies too heavily on the telling and not enough on the showing. by Jeff Favre contributing writer A pparently, one universal truth — at least in the universe of scripted entertainment — is that all mothers are obsessed with their daughters getting married as if it’s the only way they can die in peace. Woe is the mom from India if she should also be a widow, because she’s expected to badger her daughter from the confines of her home, where, dressed eternally in mourning white, she may do...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

thurSday, SepteMber 22 This Is Your Library L. A. Central Library, 630 W. Fifth St., ( 213) 228-7000 or lapl. org. photo courtesy of Charles Phoenix FoUr T he Central Librar y is a massive reposi tor y of perspec tive and information, but the institution’s tapestry of Los Angeles isn’t limited to prin t. On Thursday, Sept. 22, at 7: 30 p. m. the Library Foundation hosts another installment of This Is Your Librar y, an event that brin gs together Angelenos from all walks of life in a celebration of the city. The talk show format features cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz, singer/ songwri ter Mia Doi Todd, wisecracking Americana-ist Charles Phoenix ( shown here) and local butchers Lind y and Grund y. Musical gues t Bleached and gues t DJs provi de the ambient aural textures for a nig ht of diversity, libations and of course, librarians. The bedrid- den and transportation impaire d are welcome to enjoy the event from home via live Internet streaming on Yowie. At 630 W. Fifth St., ( 213) 228-7000...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

Sept. 23: Tucson, Arizona in the house as Ramshackle Glory and Douglas Fur rep it hard for our neighbors to the east. Lady Noise and howardAmb also join on the party. Sept. 22: You, Me & Us play their driving, upbeat, raucous noise with Penny Dreadful, Tinylittle and Kasper Hauser. 247 S. Main St., alley between Spring and Main streets, thesmell. org. The Smell Sept. 20: The Makers have been playing Seven Grand every Tuesday since the dawn of time. They are true treasures like the pyramids of Giza or the Great Wall of China. Ponder that. Sept. 21: Artwork Jamal and the Acid Blues Band will make the whiskey in your tumbler jump with delight. Sept. 19: Jazzy explosions from the John Daversa Small Group. 515 W. Seventh St., ( 213) 614-0737 or sevengrand. la. All shows at 10 p. m. Sept. 23: In a delightful change of pace, Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys play a smattering of traditional country, rockabilly and swing. Sept. 24, 2 p. m.: Electric Children join us Downtown for a...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

Chinese American Museum Ongoing: The Science Center’s permanent exhibits are usually interactive and focus on human innovations and inventions as well as the life processes of living things. The lobby Science Court stays busy with the High Wire Bicycle, a Motion-Based Simulator, the Ecology Cliff Climb and Forty Years of Space Photography. The human body is another big focus: The Life Tunnel aims to show the connections between all life forms, from the single-celled amoeba to the 100-trillion-celled human being. The new Ecosystems exhibit explores how life on our planet is shaped by geophysical and biological processes. Ongoing: Science in Toyland presents physics through favorite kids toys. This hands-on exhibit engages museum visitors with dominos, sails and roller coasters in a fun, but informational primer on friction, momentum and chain reactions. californiasciencecenter. org. Through Dec. 31: 1001 Inventions is a traveling international exhibition that promotes awareness of sc...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 September 2011

E GS Los Angeles Kings Staples Center, 1111 S. Figueroa St., 1 ( 888) KINGS-LA or kngs. nhl. com Sept. 21, 7: 30 p. m.. Sept. 25, 6: 30 p. m.: Are you ready for some… hockey? Yeah, the weather is still in the 80s and people are spending days at the beach, but in the evenings in Downtown L. A., a batch of bulky grown men are skating on frozen water. It’s pre-season, which means this is the time for excitement and optimism that this year will be different, that Dustin Brown and friends have the pieces to compete for a Stanley Cup. Hope is a good thing. Watch the Kings get their game going with home warm-ups against the Coyotes and Ducks. The real season starts Oct. 7. Sept. 20-22, 7: 10 p. m.: If you are a fan of the historic and once-adored team known as the Los Angeles Dodgers, then there are a couple ways to think of this week: Charitable types will view it as the final opportunity in 2011 to head to the stadium in Chavez Ravine and take in a game on a warm night. Even though the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Center California Hospital Medi LosAnqeles P Center for Women's Health “When I moved Downtown five years ago, it see Cobb, page 8 Enter Torres, Kris Hopfenbeck and Ryan Roger, Downtown residents who had been on a quest for a local space to turn into a community garden. S. San Pedro St. run by Skid Row Housing Trust. The nonprofit developer designed the building’s expansive roof to support gardens in containers, but when the 76-unit project opened in April 2010, there wasn’t much of a plan for planting. The formerly homeless Bell did so under the by Ryan Vaillancourt staff writer garden. O n a recent Wednesday, Willie Mae Bell was dripping with sweat under a harsh mid-morning sun. She was on the roof of her building, preparing to plant potatoes in a The aromatic oasis was all the sweeter considering its location on a rooftop in the heart of Skid Row, five stories over streets known for harsh odors. The two worked together to place the spuds amid a surrounding bounty of watermelons, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

J ose Gardea , chief of staff to First District City Councilman Ed Reyes, recently filed M etro’s proposed $ 1.44 billion Regional Connector is just three months from finishing its Environmental Impact Report, the final piece of analysis needed before it can move forward. However, the underground light-rail project, which is slated to add three new Metro stations in Downtown, may be facing a major hurdle: Billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad has signed onto a campaign calling for an almost entirely reworked route that would shift a station proposed for Second and Hope streets to Second Street and Grand Avenue. The move would put a station across from Broad’s future $ 100 million art museum and Walt Disney Concert Hall. The route, detailed in a letter from a group calling itself the Community Connector Coalition, would also travel along First Street to Little Tokyo, instead of Second Street. The letter, co-signed by Colburn School President Sel Kardan , claims the route would save mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

September 26, 2011 Downtown News 3 AUDI OF DOWNTOWN L. A. Downtown L. A. Auto Group Close to Work • Close to Home 1900 S. Figueroa St. audidtla. com • 888-583-0981 VOLKSWAGEN OF DOWNTOWN L. A. 2012 A3 2.0T 1900 S. Figueroa St. vwdowntownla. com • 888-781-8102 2012 PASSAT $ 333 per month for 39 months $ 333 per month plus tax, 39 month closed end lease on approved credit through Audi Financial Services. $ 2499 down excludes taxes, title, security, 1st month, acquisition fee, other options and dealer fees. Residual $ 17,855. 25 cents per mile over 10,000 miles/ year and a disposition fee of $ 350 due at lease end. 1 at this price # A12032/ 002723 PORSCHE OF DOWNTOWN L. A. The Shammas Family Servicing Downtown’s Vehicles since 1955 1900 S. Figueroa St. porschedowntownla. com • 888-685-5426 2011 PORSCHE $ 189 per month for 36 months BOXSTER The Downtown L. A. Auto Group knows that you have high expectations when it comes to servicing your vehicles and our commitment to you is to exceed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

The other bonus is that these projects will pay off for years to come. Each will bring people into the Central City, whether residents, workers or visitors. They will enliven the area and will generate sales tax and provide other revenue streams for city and county coffers. The point is, the Downtown development lineup is massive, and gives the region a central point of activity. These projects are already helping a lot of Angelenos in construction and other fields pay their mortgages or rents and feed their families. Most of these people, it should be noted, live outside of Downtown. Add in the Wilshire Grand and the football stadium/ Convention Center expansion and you get more than $ 3.6 billion worth of investment in Downtown. Nor does the list include a potential game changer in Farmers Field. If the $ 1.5 billion effort that already boasts widespread political, labor and business support comes to fruition, it will create tens of thousands of jobs during and after construction....

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