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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Q : What have you learned from the documentary so far? A : People’s feelings about the bookstore, obviously. This was sort of their place to find out information. It was where we all touched base and had a communal place to gather. Q : Why did you first decide to come Downtown? A : Mark Shumacher had opened up a DVD store in 2005. He said they really needed a bookstore Downtown and we were sort of looking to open a bookstore. We lived in Pasadena, which wasn’t going to work out since there were so many there. This space was available so we decided to jump on it. Q : Will Metropolis continue in any way? A : We’ll still be online. People have always been able to order books online. Q : Were you nervous about taking a chance on Downtown? A : I don’t mind risk. I knew the area and in comparison to how it was in the mid to late ’ 80s, it seemed like already there was a renaissance on Main Street by 2006. It didn’t scare me at all. Q : How did you develop your love of books? A : I started...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Davis Blueprint can also be reached at ( 323) 225-7483 for additional assistance on the Hall of Justice Repair and Reuse Project. Clark Construction Group, California-LP requires all qualified subcontractors to be prepared to furnish a bondability letter issued by an admitted “A Listed” surety in the amount of their bid. Clark Construction Group, California-LP intends to seriously negotiate with all qualified subcontractors, and requires each selected to execute the Clark Master Subcontract. Copy of the Master Subcontract is available for review at our office. 575 Anton Blvd, Suite 100 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Clark Construction Group, California-LP License No. 839892 Contact : Gray Ritchie | Phone : 213-272-8190 Email : Gray. ritchie@ clarkconstruction. com September 26, 2011 6 Downtown News Around Town said. When the renovation is finished in late 2012, Clifton’s will have approximately 150 jobs, about triple the current staff. Continued from page 2 city’s“ budget accountability” is m...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Then the trio found the Charles Cobb. They soon launched their garden network, naming it Ur-bin. started gnawing on me that I didn’t have a place to go to get my hands dirty,” said Torres, who owns a small apparel company. Continued from page 1 Ur-bin members meet with Cobb residents every Wednesday morning to work Growing Community Officials with SRHT always imagined that the roof of its $ 13 million project would one day have some kind of garden. What they couldn’t predict was that it would blossom into a community meeting place, where Cobb residents would team with loft dwellers to plant and tend an impressive spread of edibles. That passion is obvious in Cobb resident Raymond Lyons. The regular member of the garden club is also an avid pickler, so he “It’s hard to approach people from different backgrounds,” Rysman said.“ It’s hard for our residents. This connects people from two worlds through their passion.” regularly. In the eyes of SRHT director of external affairs Molly Rys...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

staffwRiteR I n the column“ What’s for Sale,” Los Angeles Downtown News looks at everything from condos to multi-family buildings to vacant lots now on the market. We hope that regular snapshots of individual properties will make for a wide-ranging survey of the overall state of Downtown real estate. A 27,000-square-foot lot at 11th Street and Grand Avenue is on the market for $ 12.5 million. A condo project called the Glass Tower was previously envisioned for the site. The Property: The site is 1050 S. Grand Ave., a 27,000-square-foot ( or .6 acre) undeveloped lot at the northeast corner of 11th Street and Grand Avenue. It’s catty corner to the Starbucks on the ground floor of the condo building Elleven. The property is listed at $ 12.5 million. Tarczysnki said a development at 1050 S. Grand Ave., however, might do better as a hospitality/ residential hybrid, in the style of the Convention Center hotel at L. A. Live. Sales of the Ritz-Carlton condos in the building have been slow, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

nothing will change as far as construction goes. If no private group is found to operate the park, he said, the city will maintain the facility. Gray-Emmer said a few committee members will continue to look for funding and possibly another organization to sign the agreement with the city. The acquisition of the land on the east side of Spring between Fourth and Fifth streets, and the $ 3 million park development cost, is being financed with Quimby funds. Those are fees assessed to housing developers that are used specifically for park creation. The proposal for private maintenance was a response to the city’s battered budget. The nonprofit would have been responsible for raising the money to operate the park on a daily basis, and the facility would have remained open to the public. “We hope it’s premature to say the nonprofit has dissolved,” said Steven Dormbusch, chair of the Rowan Park Committee.“ There is a conflict and we hope to get past that conflict.” on.” Gray-Emmer said the...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

October 3rd, Union Station ► Participants are required to raise a minimum of $1,500 by 10/3/11 ► Over the Edge online giving fundraising site available time to It’s time for Pacific Standard Time Parade Party October 2nd , Downtown L. A Hosted by Boy Scouts of America, Los Angeles Area Council IMAGINE rappelling 26 stories down a high rise! Boy Scouts of America Los Angeles Area Council ove IM Scouting Fundraiser Event-Oct. 7,2011 featuring performances by: Miss Davis, Arto Lindsay, Phranc, JD Samson, Rirkrit Tiravanija, KILLSONIC, and many more... THECRPGROUP invite and email co-workers, friends and family to join you in raising funds to go over the edge Find a willing executive, supervisor, or family member who agrees to "go Over the Edge!" Then sign up, Safe Environment! un an ► Proceeds to benefit Scouting in Los Angeles AMERICAN WH ITtWATE R NEWS DOWNTOWN .»'». pacific / W ** ( t* Was™ »■ September 26, 2011 Downtown News 11 BID “We can’t emphasize enough how baffled Saldaña’s f...

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

He told me that if the alignment wasn’t perfect, I could have a permanently ruptured tear duct, rendering me a literally constant crybaby. “On my eyelid?” I asked. “No, on your leg,” the doctor joked.“ Yes, on your eyelid.” rived about an hour later, and minutes after evaluating the situation, he announced,“ You need stitches.” When my wife opened the door, the look on her face suggested it was worse. The intake nurse at Kaiser in Hollywood immediately phoned an eye specialist. He ar- It was. As the swelling subsided, a nasty gash became apparent on my lower eyelid. My gym friend had literally sliced my lower eyelid with his fingernail, separating it smack in the middle. To the ER we went. After I realized my eyeball was still in my head, and after icing it for about a half-hour, I could open the eye a sliver. I thought I’d get off with just a black eye, so I rode my bike home. pated my first step and swiped his left hand in my direction — unfortunately, he missed the ball. And that...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

see page 2 Anderson Alex LiMandri: Voted 2011 Best Downtown Residential Agent! By Tammy Allen Q: I am curious about the parking situation in Downtown? A: Just like any major city in the world, parking can sometimes be a challenge. The good news is, most of the properties have on-site or adjacent parking. There can be an additional fee for parking, or it may be included in your HOA fees. Once you get downtown, you will find you may not even need to use your car. There are multiple transportation choices such as; the Metro subway, the Downtown DASH, and my favorite thing“ walking”. L. A. LOFTS REALTY is excited to present our Fall Real Estate Listings edition. Although it may be cooling down outside, the Downtown Los Angeles real estate market is staying hot. L. A LOFTS REALTY is very proud to announce that partner Alex Li Mandri was voted Best Downtown Residential Realtor 2011 by readers of the Downtown News. We were able to catch up with Alex recently while he was busy visiting prop...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ REALTY L. A. LOFTS 14 Downtown News September 26, 2011 Contact us for all of TOLL FREE ( 1 855 289 5638) 1 855 BUY LOFT your Real Estate needs ! LISTINGS FEATURED LISTINGS LISTINGS A: There are new bars, clubs and restaurant’s popping up everywhere. One my favorite places to see and be seen in Downtown is, The Perch www. perchla. com. Coly, Rachel and their team are amazing hosts. The food is wonderful, the crowd is ‘ in the know’ and the view is beyond words! Please come by and visit me and the L. A. LOFTS REALTY team and we will give you the ‘ down-low’ on all the things that are happening day and night. Our slogan is,“ we are more than just your realtors, we are your neighbors”. We are community builders who each work, live and play in Downtown LA. We provide support to developers and investors in efforts to restore communities, with particular attention to the re-use of historical properties. continued from ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

DOWNTOWN NEWS READER SPECIAL: TO RECEIVE A $ 500 GIFT CARD MENTION“ DOWNTOWN NEWS” WHEN YOU SELL OR BUY A LOFT* (* on newly closed sales or purchases with L. A. LOFTS REALTY only - restrictions apply - offer can be changed or expire at any time without notice - contact us for details) DRE # 01822666 – ULTIMATE LIFE LIVING, L. A. LOFTS REALTY, is a division of Meridian Capital Real Estate Services, Inc. ( 800) 729 5111 - All rights reserved - Call for details - If you are already represented by a licensed agent, this is not a solicitation to represent you. All offers or promotions are subject to change at any time, please call for details. All listings are posted with permission of the seller. Photos used are not necessarily those of offered properties. ULTIMATE LIFE LIVING, L. A. LOFTS REALTY is a full service Real Estate Company with Licensed Real Estate Agents. September 26, 2011 Downtown News 15 www. laloftsrealty. com CALL 855 BUY LOFT SANTEE VILLAGE # 607 Fashion District is wh...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Tatiana’s longings and self-deceptions are exquisitely portrayed by Oksana Dyka in the production that recently opened the season for Los Angeles Opera. The young Ukranian soprano has a see Opera, page 28 igh t hand corner at Downtown New s. com or forms/maillist for Downtown News 17 September 26, 2011 Rich Material in ‘ Poor Behavior’ CALENDAR Marital Battleground Comes Alive at the Taper squirm with discomfort and wait for a breath to change the subject to something innocu- The moment the show opens, two of the four are in a full-bore, alcohol-fueled argument. The instigator is Ian ( Reg Rogers), a pompous and blustery Englishman who is refuting the existence of goodness as a concept. Taking the opposite side is Ella ( Johanna Day). She gives as good as she gets, while their spouses, Peter ( Christopher Evan Welch) and Maureen ( Sharon Lawrence), Rebeck’s writing is frequently compared to the staccato tendencies of David Mamet, but her dialogue this time out is less stylized and m...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Monday to Friday Noon-1pm Wednesday, October 5, 2011, 7 Talk, Q & A, Book Signing Lisa See best-selling author Please join us for an evening with #1 New York Times and Los Angeles Times Located between Hancock Park and Downtown Meet the author of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, Peony in Love, On Gold Mountain, Shanghai Girls, and her latest, Dreams of Joy on our beautiful historic campus. If you would like to reserve a copy of Dreams of Joy, R.s.v.p. with your name to rsvp@pilgrim-school.org S*5jK> Visit us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/piIgrimschool S3E£&TS Follow us on Twitter: @pi!grimschool HtwCTv www.pilgrim-school.org AWARD-WINNING MODERATOR WARREN OLNEY LEADS LIVELY, THOUGHTFUL AND PROVOCATIVE DISCUSSION ON THE ISSUES SOUTHERN CALIFORNIANS CARE ABOUT. Come early and experience an exhibit of Rick Nahmias's photo documentary GOLDEN STATES OF GRACE: Prayers of the Disinherited Mounted in Shacto Chapel through November 13 Pilgrim School is a div...

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

only $ 5,000, and got it from Kickstarter? A : That is true. The more I started doing this, the more I realized I could do this myself. I don’t need sets — it’s mostly my house. I used mostly friends. I even write into the movie that the filmmakers are amateurs from Craigslist. It’s not supposed to look good. I used anybody I could. I’d get anyone and say,“ Hold the camera on me while I ride the Segway naked.” Steve Moramarco based the comedy The Great Intervention on his life. It premieres Sept. 26 at the Downtown Independent. Contact Jon Regardie at regardie@ downtownnews. com The Great Intervention plays Monday, Sept. 26, at 7 p. m. at the Downtown Independent, 251 S. Main St., ( 213) 617-1033 or downtownindependent. com. Film info at greatintervention. info. changed. I’m still single, still don’t really have a job, and am still semi broke, but I was able to change my attitude and make this bizarre absurdist joke on my life. You’re supposed to be able to laugh at yourself. Q : So...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

7: 30 p. m.: Its gospel time. Grammy Award winners Donald Lawrence and CeCe Williams host a night of spirit and singing some call the biggest gospel celebration of the year. Saturday, october 1 How Sweet the Sound Staples Center, 1111 S. Figueroa St., ( 213) 742-7100 or staplescenter. com 7 p. m.: She’s tremendously funny and one damn hard worker. Jane Lynch joins Adam Scott to talk shop and get real about life in the industry and acting. She’ll also be plugging her funny/ tragic/ tremendous new memoir Happy Accidents . Sunday, october 2 Jane Lynch in Conversation with Adam Scott Club Nokia, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 765-7000 or livetalksla. org. LISTINGS September 26, 2011 20 Downtown News EVENTS SPONSORED LISTINGS Free Downtown Audio Walking Tours Various Locations, crala. org/ art. Free audio walking tours and maps are available for download at crala. org/ art. Explore Downtown’s Bunker Hill, Financial District, Historic Core and Little Tokyo neighborhoods by discovering publi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

— Ryan Vaillancourt Los Angeles Dodgers ( 213) 224-1400 or dodgers. mlb. com. Dodger Stadium, 1000 Elysian Park Ave., The sun officially sets on your Los Angeles Dodgers this week. OK fine, you don’t want to call ’ em“ your” Dodgers? We don’t blame you. The nightmare of a season ends in Arizona ( Sept. 26-28) against a Diamondbacks team that has the division locked up. The Dodgers aren’t even in a position to play spoiler. They have literally nothing to play for. Except, maybe, Clayton Kershaw’s final start and the chance to get 21 wins, a milestone for the Cy Young candi- Goodbye Ailing Dodgers, Practice Time for the Kings date. It remains to be seen how the dreaded McCourt saga will play out, but the Blue Crew seems destined for ongoing mediocrity until the ownership and management shake things up. They may not even need to make drastic changes. With Kershaw, the Dodgers have arguably the best young arm in the National League, and perhaps the best position player in the West in Ma...

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

Grammy Museum 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 745-0162 or congaroom. com. Continued from previous page Sept. 27, 7: 30 p. m.: Angela Gossow is the sexiest woman you will ever see growling like a wild beast. She’s been fronting Swedish death metal giants Arch Enemy since 2000, and no one’s really stopped to complain. They play with local headbangers Devil Driver. Conga Room Since 1963 20% OFF Your Catering Order! with this ad We cater events as small as 2 or as large as 2,000, each with the same focus of satisfaction and culinary perfection. We prepare food that satisfies more than the palate - it the soul. We prepare our food with LOVE and precision! We Cater Los Angeles! Sept. 30: It’s a walk down memory lane when nostalgic downtempo rockers Kera And The Lesbians embody the long dead ghost of early ’ 60s rock. If that’s not your bag, check out Idiot Glee, Motorbikes and Mr. Elevator and the Brain Hotel. all Oct. 1: Halloween comes early with Manhattan Sept. 29: High Castle doesn’t car...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

SEPTEMBER 8-OCTOBER 9,2011 SHANESAKHRANI Directed by SHAHEEN VAAZ WORLD PREMIERE COMEDY A WIDOW OF NO IMPORTANCE LET US CATER YOUR NEXT PARTY OR EVENT! NO hydrogenated oils, animal derivatives, refined sugars, chemicals, GMOs, gluten or dairy products ONLY organic vegetables With Healthy & DELICIOUS Food “Critic’s Choice... Broad buoyant comedy... Winning performances” - LA Times “Go! Fun and frothy... Clever... Hilarious” - LA Weekly CALL 323-290-1234 7 www.EastwestPlayers.org (213) 625-7000 David Henry Hwang Theater at the union center for the Arts 120 Judge John Aiso Street in the Little Tokyo district, downtown LA. September 26, 2011 Downtown News 23 MORE LISTINGS Hundreds of listings of fun and interesting things to do in Downtown Los Angeles can also be found online at ladowntownnews. com/ calendar: Rock, Pop & Jazz; Bars & Clubs; Farmers Markets; Events; Film; Sports; Art Spaces; Theater, Dance and Opera; Classical Music; Museums; and Tours...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

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