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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

3. Dump the lazy habits and make time for exercise . Incorporating a workout routine into your busy lifestyle is essential. Downtown Los Angeles-based educogym is a great example. The appointment-based workout helps clients develop healthy habits by including a with water is the easiest and fastest way to see real results in just weeks. Dunne encourages clients to drink more water, which replenishes the body and adds no extra calories. 2. Dump the processed foods . Microwave desserts and ready-in-seconds meals have to go. Most of these food choices contain empty calories that lack nutritional value, leaving you feeling hungry. Eliminating these foods from your diet will lead to more energy, improved regularity and a true“ full” feeling to keep your diet on track. London study found that, on average, educogym clients experience 7.5 pounds of fat loss and three pounds of muscle gain during the first 12 days of the program while trading fat for lean, toned muscle. Conveniently located ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

morethan million mm LA PROSTATE CANCER 5K A ll Women’s Care is excited to announce the opening of a new Downtown Los Angeles clinic specializing in women’s healthcare. All Women’s Care offers excellent medical care in a com- fortable and friendly environment with all female staff members. Continued on next page NORRIS A PROJECT OF THE USC INSTITUTE OF UROLOGY Your contribution supports our race toward a cure for prostate cancer. Redeem this offer at your initial examination and cleaning appointment and receive a FREE whitening kit Offer expires: 10/ 31/ 2011 Register to run in the L. A. Prostate Cancer 5K at Active. com or USCUrology. com or call ( 323) 865-3700 SUndAy novembeR 6, 2011 • Digital x-rays • Oral Cancer and Periodontal screening 14 Downtown News October 24, 2011 Introducing St. Vincent Spine Institute Minimally Invasive Treatments Offer Patients Leading-Edge Care S t. Vincent Medical Center, the first Los Angeles hospital, is proud to announce the future of spine care. ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

All Women’s Care is headed by two well-trained providers with a vision. The concept of All Women’s Care grew out of a friendship between Dr. Bente Kaiser and Jennifer Huddleston, PA-C, providers with more than 20 years of clinical experience between them. Kaiser and Huddleston felt a similar dedication to delivering healthcare with integrity and compassion. “While founding All Women’s Care we never compromised our goal of providing state-of-the-art care for all women,” says Kaiser.“ We wanted to create a place where everyone feels welcome and happy.” Huddleston adds,“ So far we have been success- All Women’s Care is at 1127 Wilshire Blvd., ( 213) 250-9461. All Women’s Care is conveniently located Downtown, just a block away from Good Samaritan Hospital. Please call for an appointment or more information. All Women’s Care offers every form of birth control, allowing patients to make the choice that meets their needs. Beside the more commonly used methods, All Women’s Care is a premie...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

T he USC Institute of Urology will host its Second Annual L. A. Prostate Cancer 5K on Nov. 6, 2011, at the University of Southern California campus. This one-of-a-kind race starts and finishes at the iconic Tommy Trojan. All proceeds benefit prostate cancer research at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Hospital. Fight on for Cancer Prostate 3 medical community Serving doctors, patients, and the Doctors, Dentists, Chiropractors Your search is over Join our community of medical professionals at 1127 Wilshire Boulevard today! ± 600 to ± 8,000 feet available to oral Diverse Medical Community ~ Samaritan Medical Tower features a wide medical professionals ranging from oncologists surgeons. ~ We proudly feature onsite laboratory services, pharmacy, and imaging center State of the ~ Our management perfect suite Excellent Location in Downtown LA ~ This building features a prime location next to Good Samaritan Hospital and new apartments, restaurants, and public transportation. ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

T he American Cancer Society estimates that more than 300,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year — that’s almost one in eight women. For many of those women, there is good news on Life happens... it’s what you do with it that counts! Introducing the Los Angeles Center for Women’s Health. A comprehensive facility dedicated to women in the prime of their lives Our world class specialists . specialize in you. So you can do what counts in life , . whatever happens www. lacwh. org www. facebook. com/ lacwh 1513 South Grand Ave. Suite 400 Los Angeles, CA 90015 ( 213) 742.5784 + . . . California Hospital Medical Center A member of CHW Located on the campus of California Hospital Medical Center, the Los Angeles Center for Women’s Health offers comfort, convenience and professional care from world-class physicians along with such concierge services as free transportation within the Downtown area, as well as early morning, lunch time and late afternoon appointments. At 1513 ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

AdvErtisiNG dirEctor: Steve Nakutin clAssiFiEd AdvErtisiNG MANAGEr: Catherine Holloway AccouNt ExEcutivEs: Kim Brown, Catherine Holloway, Brenda Stevens ExEcutivE Editor: Jon Regardie citY Editor: Richard Guzmán stAFF writEr: Ryan Vaillancourt coNtributiNG Editors: Kathryn Maese coNtributiNG writErs: Jay Berman, Jim Farber, Jeff Favre, Kristin Friedrich, Howard Leff, Rod Riggs, Marc Porter Zasada circulAtioN: Norma Rodas distributioN Salvador Ingles distributioN AssistANts: Lorenzo Castillo, Gustavo Bonilla Los Angeles Downtown News 1264 W. First Street, Los Angeles, CA 90026 phone: 213-481-1448 fax: 213-250-4617 web: DowntownNews. com email: realpeople@ downtownnews. com 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 Mon...

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

com. Contact Richard Guzmán at richard@ downtownnews. com. eatatspitz. com. Urban Noodle fries are tasty, and so is the sweet potato version. Veggie lovers can try a sandwich with hummus, feta cheese, olives and vegetables. At 371 E. Second St., ( 213) 613-0101 or the menu. You don’t even have to speak when you order. Just point, then eat. At 517 S. Spring St., ( 213) 489-2950 or ensenadarest. com. At 118 W. Fourth St., ( 213) 626-0662 or urbannoodlela. com. peppers and a sauce so special it is only identified as special sauce. There are also a lot of soups with noodles. shrimp, tomatoes, onions, red and green Restaurant Ensenada This restaurant is a standout for lunch. The Little Tokyo spot is the Downtown home of the döner kebab. The traditional Turkish meal is made with slow-roasted meat that is Spitz Night Toast This tiny Historic Core eatery isn’t just for night owls — in fact, it’s open all day. Choices from the Mediterranean-inspired menu include the Tunisian Toast with sauce...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

At 125 Paseo de La Plaza, ( 213) 625-7074 or ci. la. ca. us/ elp. Crimson and Cloverfield : If you think prices at trendy Downtown watering holes are scary, try a building-size monster from outer space who just crash-landed on Earth, sheds vicious man-eating bugs and enjoys destroying stuff. That pretty sums up Cloverfield , the 2008 reimagining of Godzilla set in New York. It is being screened as part of Pershing Square ’s Friday Night Flicks series on Oct. 28. The event is Continued on next page It’s a double dose of masked Mexican wrestling and burlesque dancers when Lucha VaVoom takes over the Mayan Theatre Oct. 26-27 with a show titled Ring of Terror. A Ghost Tale : If the price of Mark Danielewski ’s limited edition hardcover book The Fifty Year Sword doesn’t scare you ( a used copy was $ 135 at Amazon recently), then the stage adaptation of this eerie ghost story will. Danielewski, who freaked the heck out of readers in 2000 with his House of Leaves , has t hand c orner at Do...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

At 1038 S. Hill St., luchavavoom. com. onettes. com. At 1345 W. First St., ( 213) 250-9995 or bobbakermari- Reservations required. String Feary : What happens when a strange and spooky lady takes over the Bob Baker Marionette Theater ? It becomes a Halloween Hoop-de-Doo . That’s the title of the annual Halloween show that plays through Nov. 6 at the City West kids’ space. The marionette spectacular has been pleasing youngsters since 1963 and features a cast of more than 100 Halloweenthemed puppets, among them the Purple People Eater, the Invisible Man and even a few dancing skeletons. Note: It’s a kids’ show, so nothing’s really that scary. At 445 S. Figueroa St., ( 213) 486-5171 or bordergrill. com. Contact Richard Ghoulman at richard@ downtownnews. com. Macabre Meals : It’s not exactly Halloween, but it does have skeletons and other scary stuff. Border Grill honchos Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger are marking a Mexican holiday on Oct. 29, with a pair of Day of the Dead cooking...

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

Judy Collins 960 E. Third St., ( 213) 613-2200 or sciarc. edu. 7 p. m.: Architect Markus Miessen pontificates on, surprise, design and architecture. SCI-Arc Lecture Series 7 p. m.: The talented and MacArthur“ genius” grant recipient Colson Whitehead comes to town to talk about his new zombie book Zone One: A Novel . He’ll be in conversation with Libros Schmibros’ Da- vid Kipen. Wednesday, OcTOber 26 Colson Whitehead at Aloud Central Library, 630 W. Fifth St., ( 213) 228-7000 or lapl. org. 7 p. m.: Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy entertainment presents“ boxing in a nightclub atmosphere.” That means watching, not participating. 7 p. m.: It’s Anita Hill, she of Clarence Thomas fame. She’s got a new book, Reimagining Equality: Stories of Gender, Race and Finding Home , and she’ll discuss it with local journalist Patt Morrison. Halloween Fight Night Club Club Nokia, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 765-7000 or clubnokia. com Thursday, OcTOber 27 Anita Hill at Aloud Central Library, 630 W. Fift...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

AWARD-WINNING MODERATOR WARREN OLNEY LEADS LIVELY, THOUGHTFUL AND PROVOCATIVE DISCUSSION ON THE ISSUES SOUTHERN CALIFORNIANS CARE ABOUT. October 24, 2011 Downtown News 23 FILM 118 E. Sixth St., ( 213) 622-9999 or thevarnishbar. com. Oct. 25, 9 p. m.: Jamie Elman tickles the ivories. Walt Disney Concert Hall 111 S. Grand, ( 980) 575-7099 or laphil. org. Oct. 26, 8 p. m.: Featuring his Wedding and Funeral Orchestra — made up of a Serbian gypsy band, a string ensemble, an Orthodox male choir and two Bulgarian sisters singing back-up — Goran Bregovic’s music marries the dance tunes of a raucous gypsy brass band with traditional Eastern European choral music, all with a rock and roll edge. Bregovic’s live concerts are symphonic raves, cathartic and delirious. The Varnish 2017 E. Seventh St., ( 213) 622-5523 or tonyssaloon. la. Oct. 24, 9: 30 p. m.: Sailor Jerry’s Rum presents The Americans in an old-fashioned rockabilly review. Tony’s Saloon Oct. 29: Damn good coffee! And hot! The Smell ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

Oct. 28-29, 8 p. m.; Oct. 30, 3 p. m.: A new young president, a national crisis and the loss of innocence of a family and a nation. A Mexican Trilogy traces the diaspora of Mexicans in the U. S. by following a family during the time of three transformational figures: FDR, JFK, and Pope John Paul II. Through November 13. Juan and John Hope: Part II of a Mexican Trilogy Los Angeles Theatre Company, 514 S. Spring St., ( 213) 489-0994 or thelatc. org. Oct. 30, 1 and 6 p. m.: Bring It On: The Musical is a stage production based upon the surprisingly popular movie. Set in the world of competitive high school cheerleading, the show proves that winning isn’t everything when it means losing something, or someone, you really care about. Through December 10. Halloween Hoop-Dee-Do The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, 1345 W. First St., ( 213) 250-9995 or bobbakermarionettes. com. Oct. 25-28, 10: 30 a. m.; Oct. 29-30, 2: 30 p. m.: The annual Halloween Hoop-de-Do at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

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

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 24 October 2011

Continued from page 2 name won’t be official until spring 2012. The building at 120 S. Los Angeles St. will be managed by Southern Californiabased Rim Hospitality, which also manages the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel and the Marriott Los Angeles Downtown. The deal is part of a settlement reached this year that allowed the Kyoto Grand to exit bankruptcy.“ We expect both the hotel and the Downtown Los Angeles business community to mutually benefit from the introduction of the DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Downtown,” Rim CEO Mark Burden said in the statement. A 16-year-old boy died last week after being shot near the Third Street tunnel. The suspected shooter, who is also 16, was arrested and has been booked for murder. The teens are believed to be members of rival gangs in South Los Angeles, according to police. Both boys attended a continuation high school class held in a room at Angelus Plaza, the senior housing complex above the tunnel. LAPD Lt. Paul Vernon said that, acco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 31 October 2011

Ue Daniels, a 21-year-old artist from San Francisco, is one of the hundreds of people who have been camping on the lawn of City Hall for more than a month. Images of some of the other protesters, and the signs they carry, are on page. 18. 24MAP CALENDAR LISTINGS 22 T here is no shortage of horror stories in City Hall. It’s a place where politicians duel, lobbyists cajole and the media are seen as trolls. What goes on there each day is kind of like what occurs in the Saw franchise, but without the charm. by Jon Regardie executive editor Happy City Hall-oween IV The Scariest Place in Downtown Is Right in the Civic Center That’s what happens 364 days a year. On Halloween, it gets even worse. Here is the fourth annual guide to the completely invented haunted house that City Hall will become on Monday, Oct. 31. Hahahantoniohahaha. 25CLASSIFIEDS The Waiting Game : Your eyes flash open and you find yourself at the end of a long, serpentine line. Terrible moaning emanates from those in fron...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 31 October 2011

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Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 31 October 2011

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 31 October 2011

ing payment. Making Art Walk contribute to the costs is the right move, especially at a time when the city is cash strapped. That said, leaders need to be careful that this does not create a financial burden that causes the event to collapse. In general, we agree with the move, and with the response of Art Walk organizers, which is to try to get the entities that benefit financially from the gathering to pay for part of what the city has been covering. However, we hope the politicians and financial guardians will keep an important fact in mind: Art Walk, even with the party atmosphere, remains an event whose benefits for Downtown extend well beyond the nights of the actual happenings. It’s an important part of Downtown life that may still require some help. T his month, the City Council voted to require the Downtown Art Walk to secure a special events permit for future happenings. In essence, the move makes Art Walk organizers cover some of the cityinduced expenses associated with t...

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