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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

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

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Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 September 2011

Playing Onegin has always been a dramatic challenge. Thanks to the composer’s heavy cropping of the tale, the major character seems almost incidental to the first act, and his emotions must be conveyed with searing force if the story is Versatile conductor James Conlon has a perfect understanding of Tchaikovsky, and gives over the drama without going over-the-top with lush romanticism. It’s nicely handled in what is only L. A. Opera’s third Russian work in a quarter century. Continued from page 17 full emotional grasp of the character as she matures from silly girl to sophisticated society woman, and she delivers a solid, often inspired musical performance. The show continues through Oct. 9 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Dyka is backed by the superb supporting cast of Margaret Thompson as her mother, Larina, and Ekaterina Semenchuk as her sister, Olga. Equally strong is tenor Vselvolod Grivnov as the impetuous and ill-fated best friend Lensky, whose inflated sense of drama leads ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

Anatomy of the mayor’s race. Urban Scrawl on L. A. circuses. Take my picture, Gary Leonard. Brian Alexik Is Free 8 Festive CICLAVIA FOR ALL THE DETAILS SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 15! A Complete Rundown of Downtown’s LA Plaza Leader Out After ‘ Financial Mismanagement’ Change at $ 27 Million Facility Comes Five Months After Opening A Historic Core divide stays bitter. CALENDAR LISTINGS 18 28MAP 29CLASSIFIEDS city editoR by RichaRd Guzmán I n April, Miguel Angel Corzo was front and center as president and CEO of the brand new $ 27 million LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes. Now, he’s out of a job due to what board members described as“ financial mismanagement.” The situation has prompted layoffs at the center, though officials say there is no danger to the future of the attraction. As of late last week, Corzo’s picture was still on the website for the Mexican American cultural center under the title“ El Jefe.” However, he had stopped working at the institution at 501 N. Main St., across from the El ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

Perry Nabs Mayoral Endorsement From Parks O n Aug. 30, billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad sent a letter to Metro urging the transit agency to reroute the planned $ 1.44 billion Regional Connector . Broad and Colburn School President Sel Kardan , under a newly created group calling itself the Community Connector Coalition , want the agency to move the station slat- Metro Rejects Broad’s Changes for Regional Connector Why does this little burger stand attract over a million people a year? I -'i .1*1 Chili Hamburger .............. $ 2.00 Chili Cheeseburger ........... $ 2.40 Find out at the landmark location near Downtown. Home of the original Chili-burger. Quality and value since 1946: USC Fisher Museum of Art Admission: Free ( 213) 740-4561 With the stirring images of the Posing Beauty exhibition as the backdrop, USC’s School of Theatre presents a professional concert reading of Bliss , an original play by Velina Hasu Houston exploring concepts of beauty, gender and identity. Bliss...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

A business that closed in Downtown Los Angeles last week is different. Metropolis Books stopped selling in its store on Main Street on Thursday. Although it arrived less than five years ago, it will be sorely missed. There is something special about a bookstore, especially in a community like Downtown. This is a well-read neighborhood, one with a large portion of highly educated residents and workers. Although an increasing amount of reading is being done on smart phones or tablets, a lot of the people who spend time Downtown still love books. They like the tactile experience of thumbing through the pages. This is the type of neighborhood that seems to be a natural for a bookstore. Related has weathered the storm so far, and even if construction does not appear imminent, the firm continues to demonstrate a commitment to the project. They deserve help and cooperation. We hope they can move forward. Despite the troubles, this would still be a great addition to Downtown. This project w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

mustache in Los Angeles politics. Still, the Zevster has never shaken questions of whether he has the intestinal fortitude to withstand a long, brutal campaign. It all stems from 1988, when he backed out of a run against then-Mayor Tom Bradley after the Los Angeles Times reported on a damaging internal campaign memo. W hen it comes to picking a political candidate, voters are urged to consider the entirety of a person’s career. It’s generally sage advice. Knowing what a figure has supported or opposed longterm, and what stances he or she has taken, by Jon Regardie executive editor see Mayor’s Race, page 27 DOES YOUR PHONE STUCK BETWEEN A COMPANY HAVE YOU ROCK AND A HARD PLACE? You deserve an Internet and phone provider that can meet the demands of your business and gives you options. At Time Warner Cable Business Class, we get to know your business and work with you to provide the Internet, Phone and Cable TV solution that fi ts your needs and your budget. Call us today. SWITCH TO T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

collusion. The board’s decision to essentially hit the reset button comes as it takes fire from Huizar’s office and a few BID members for potential violations of state open meetings laws. The decision to oust Brown and hire Saldaña was made in a special, closed session meeting. As a group that collects and spends tax dollars, the board is required to post notice of such sessions 24 hours before they happen. It’s unclear whether such notice was ever posted. The board also formed a search committee, which pledged to present three candidates to the full panel by Oct. 19. Brown remains the executive director, but has expressed a desire to leave as soon as possible, said board president Boris Mayzels. The board hopes to have a new director in place by Nov. 1, Mayzels said. by Ryan VaillancouRt staff wRiteR U nder mounting pressure from the local City Council office, the Historic Downtown Los Angeles Business Improvement District last week backpedaled on its controversial decision to fire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

Alexik also attacked the search warrant, which was obtained in part by citing the presence in the apartment of a loaded, illegal weapon. Two court-registered firearms experts confirmed that that weapon, an SKS rifle, was legal and that it had been rendered impossible to load. Last November, Superior Court Judge Samuel Mayerson acknowledged that police made some mistakes in the search; one officer moved weapons and other evidence that he observed in plain site, and a detective walked through the apartment without a warrant. But ultimately Mayerson said that circumstances such as the gas odor led police to reasonably suspect danger, and he upheld the probable cause. As part of his plea deal, Alexik waived his right to appeal Mayerson’s decision, Alexik said. In a drawn-out legal battle, prosecutors repeatedly stated their readiness for trial. Alexik consistently delayed a trial by filing a hailstorm of motions, usually to obtain discovery and other evidence. He sought to prove that th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

At... Grand Central Market has Downtown’s best selection of international cuisine, fruits, vegetables, and fish from California and around the world amazingly low prices! Looking for a lunchtime bargain? MARKET 317 South Broadway between 3rd and 4th, Broadway and Hill ( 213) 624-2378 Open Seven Days a Week 9AM to 6PM Feeding Los Angeles Since 1917 FREE www. grandcentralsquare. com Just the vendor of your choice. You’ll save $ 1 on any purchase of $ 5 or more. With this coupon only. Coupon expires 10/ 31/ 11. ~ Metro redline passengers exit Pershing Square Free 1 hour parking with $ 10 minimum purchase ; Courtesy of the City of Los Angeles Dept. of Transportation 10 Downtown News October 3, 2011 A Happening Scene Downtown Comes Alive With Movies, Authors, Puppets and the Lack of Autos No summer? No problem. Here are 10 can’t miss events of the next three months. For a full rundown, see page 18. T he end of summer can be a dispiriting time on the Downtown events front. After all, most...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

October 3, 2011 Downtown News 11 At ciclavia. org. strollers and other non-driving types will command the streets from Boyle Heights to East Hollywood. Downtown stretches include parts of Fourth Street in the Arts District, First Street in the Civic Center, Spring Street in the Historic Core and, for the first time, Main Street up to El Pueblo. Take that, cars! Roughly bounded by Spring, Main, Second and Ninth streets, ( 213) 617-4929 or downtownartwalk. com. July’s event ( after a car drove onto the curb and sheared off a parking meter) prompted changes to spread out the crowds. The food trucks have been moved and sidewalk performers banned. While folks debate what this does to the flavor of the gathering, the fact is, Art Walk remains an unparalleled opportunity to stroll the Historic Core at night surrounded by tens of thousands of strangers, not all of whom are drunk. Upcoming Art Walks are Oct. 13, Nov. 10 and Dec. 8. The actual art is usually beside the point, but plan your vi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

At 135 N. Grand Ave., ( 213) 972-7211 or musiccenter. org. Aw, Nuts! : Winter in Los Angeles is a curious thing. It doesn’t snow, and chestnuts rarely roast on an open fire. Still, the warm weather-set can embrace the spirit of the season Dec. 1-4, when six performances of the Joffrey Ballet ’s renowned version of The Nutcracker run at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion . The celebrated version of the classic, set to Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky’s score, premiered in 1987, less than a year before Robert Joffrey’s death. Performed with a live orchestra — a rarity in ballet — the show is set in the Victorian era of the mid-1800s. It’s all kicks and flips at the Ahmanson Theatre when a musical based on the film Bring It On arrives. It runs Oct. 30-Dec. 10. The high-flying Diavolo Dance Theater mines skateboard culture as it conducts open rehearsals for a new work, Transit Space , at the Music Center Plaza Nov. 12-14. the United States and charged with crimes against Iraqi civilians. The show is ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

Orpheum Theatre , a gorgeously restored former Broadway movie palace, should be considered. When the visual experience coincides with two nights of auditory excellence, it’s a no-brainer. On Dec. 2-3, public radio station KCRW hosts the Are Friends Eclectic? shows, where the acts are as varied as the name implies. Reggae master Jimmy Cliff gets top billing on the first night, and other performers include fusion gang Fool’s Gold and the stylin’ sensuality of Mia Doi Todd. Headlining on night two are rock folkers Iron & Wine, along see Rock, page 17 October 3, 2011 Music Calling Rock, Pop and More Fill the Clubs and Theaters of Downtown This Fall Downtown News 13 The latter will be proved again this fall, as new wave pioneers, Latin super bands, buzz-worthy indie rock acts and skilled jazz performers take various stages in the community. Here is a small sampling of the season’s shows. For a more complete list, see page 18. city editoR by RichaRd Guzmán D owntown Los Angele...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

Here is a rundown of highlights to be found in Downtown museum galleries during the next three months. For a full list of museum shows, see page 23. contributing writer by Jeff Favre C ultural variety and groundbreaking creations are on display in Downtown Los Angeles museums this fall in mediums ranging from photography to animation to clothes. In one exhibit, the city and its residents are captured at their grittiest by an iconic tabloid photographer. Another examines 200 years of fashion. Then there’s the major show chronicling a key period in L. A.’ s art history. Of course, don’t overlook an exhibition about one of the most important American musicians of the past century. photo courtesy of Grammy Museum You’ll feel good! The Grammy Museum’s exhibit on Godfather of Soul James Brown is currently on display at the venue at L. A. Live. image courtesy of MOCA The big museum show of the season takes place at MOCA. Under the Big Black Sun , with pieces including this Raymond Pettibon...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

for more information: ciclavia. org | info@ ciclavia. org 213.365.0605 Exposition Park’s California African American Museum shines a light on Mexican artist Miguel Covarrubias. The exhibit, featuring the 1935 work“ Haile Selassie and Joe Louis” ( shown here), runs through February. photo courtesy © 2011 FIDM Museum and Library The FIDM show Fabulous! showcases the highlights of the institution’s past decade of collecting. Works in the South Park exhibit range from the 1800s to the present. Ages of Invention : The big show at Exposition Park’s California Science Center isn’t new, but it’s still fun. The interactive, family-friendly 1001 Inventions looks at the groundbreaking work in science, math and medicine by people in the Muslim world from the seventh century up to the Renaissance. The international traveling exhibit is highlighted by a series of videos about significant men and women of the era; it includes a 13-minute special effects-filled film starring Ben Kingsley. It’s in t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 3 October 2011

or redcat. org. Adam Neiman is one of the few pianists capable of tackling Franz Liszt’s Transcendental Etudes . He’ll do it on Oct. 20 at Zipper Hall. The Ebene Quartet plays Ravel and Schoenberg at the Colburn School on Oct. 9. Angeles during that period. Patrick Scott, artistic director of the reputable Jacaranda music series, will open the evening with a lecture on how L. A. life shaped the works. At 200 S. Grand Ave., colburnschool. edu. At 111 S. Grand Ave., ( 323) 850-2000 or laphil. com. Baby Got Bach : There may be no music more roundly satisfying to Western ears than Bach’s Partita No. 1 in B-flat for solo piano. Whether you’re a musicologist or a casual listener, Bach’s work, with its masterfully interlocking counterpoint, just hits the soul and the brain in the right spots. It’s even better when those notes are in the fingers of a once-in-a-generation talent like Lang Lang . The Chinese virtuoso plays the Bach, and with your ears warmed up to that key, he’ll also play Sc...

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