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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

A : I think a lot of baby boomers are dealing with elderly and even dying family members, and so I think it will have that resonance for people. Morris tells a story about the spark for this play: He and his husband were visiting somebody dy- Q : Given the themes, how do you think the show will resonate with baby boomers? Q : Vigil has been translated into 19 languages. What do you think accounts for its universal success? A : There are a lot of people dealing with aging and dying family members. I think that is universal. These two lonely people, disenfranchised people, that’s not an uncommon phenomenon. Building a relationship, building a friendship — which is really what this play is about — that’s a universal theme. Vigil runs through Dec. 18 at the Mark Taper Forum, 135 N. Grand Ave., ( 213) 628-2772 or centertheatregroup. org. L.A.? OTHE POINT Monday to Friday Noon-1pm HICH WAY, Monday to Thursday 7-8pm Northrop Grumman Parsons PwC AWARD-WINNING MODERATOR WARREN OLNEY LEADS LI...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

Thursday, november 10 Artwalk Gallery Row, ( 213) 617-4929 or downtownartwalk. org. 5 p. m.: Artwalk prevails again. Indulge in food trucks and stimulate the artistic receptors in your brain with this monthly marriage of pedestrianism and creativity. urte s y o f Gram m y Museum saTurday, november 12 8 a. m.-5 p. m.: The football game starts at 12: 45 p. m., but the festivities begin much earlier at the USC Campus. Like the salmon of Capistrano, Trojan alumni swim upstream every year for a long day of tailgating. USC Homecoming Exposition Park/ University of Southern California, ( 213) 740-2311 or usc. edu. that even if it is, sometimes you can get in on a standby basis. At 630 W. Fifth St., ( 213) 228-7025 or lfla. org/ aloud. or grammymuseum. org. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 765-6800 Museum ’s recently launched exhibit Living in the Material World. The show gives the talented strummer his day in the sun with an elaborate collection of memorabilia, interactive recordings and items such a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

Nov. 7, 8-11 p. m.: The Jacques Lesure Jam Session rocks another Monday night. Nov. 8, 8-11 p. m.: Sharon Ridley’s in the house. Nov. 9-10, 8-11 p. m.: Curtis Parry can’t help but play two nights. It’s Thanksgiving Season - time to give back! Donate $ 100 to Union Rescue Mission and Receive by too much to do and too little time? horrified We’ve got the solution. From simple POS materials to a full-on marketing blitz, we’ll help you get noticed. In one location, your PIP consultants bring together all the resources you need, including: • Printing • Copying • Graphic design 700 Wilshire Blvd. ph: 213-489-2333 fax: 213-489-2897 piparco@ sbcglobal. net • • • Online LOS ANGELES ATT7\ A 7C AccouNtiNG: Ashley Schmidt Editor & PublishEr: Sue Laris Dawn Eastin 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 writE...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 7 November 2011

November 7, 2011 24 Downtown News Around Town Continued from page 2 spurred by 14th District Councilman José Huizar has long been estimated at $ 125 million, though additional variations are now on the table. One new alternative proposes using Figueroa Street between Ninth and Seventh streets to allow the streetcar to reach Seventh and Metro and the planned Target, then travel along Seventh Street between Figueroa and Hill streets. Another option involves an elevated bridge between Sixth and Fourth streets to address the slope on Grand Avenue. Cornejo also detailed the costs for each option, which range from $ 106 million for a route that would travel to 11th Street, reach Bunker Hill but omit Union Station, to $ 137 million for a path that stretches to Pico Boulevard and Union Station. The latter option would also draw the most traffic, with an estimated 11,000 daily passengers, according to Metro studies. Travel time for the streetcar loop would be between 30 and 40 minutes and ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

photo by Ryan Vaillancourt A judge has ordered police to stop seizing abandoned items from Skid Row sidewalks. To some, it’s a crucial victory for homeless rights. Others say it’s a stewing public health concern. CALENDAR LISTINGS 19 21 CLASSIFIEDS claim it, or to retrieve it from another location within 90 days ( items posing an immediate public health or safety concern can still be seized.) City see Sidewalks, page 10 In June, U. S. District Court Judge Philip Gutierrez agreed and issued an injunction barring the city from taking abandoned property without giving potential owners the chance to by Ryan Vaillancourt staff writer the stroller. O n a recent Tuesday afternoon, an abandoned, dirty baby stroller sat at Sixth and San Julian streets, resting against a fire hydrant in the heart of Skid Row. Although the surrounding sidewalks teemed with people, many of them homeless, nobody paid attention to In the eyes of local civil liberties groups, the ruling marked a rare victory for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

laparks. org/ pershingsquare. Coming to Broadway French Bistro T he popular Los Feliz French bistro Figaro will soon have a presence in Downtown. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, the restaurant’s owner and 14th District City Councilman José Huizar announced that Figaro Broadway will take over the derelict space once occupied by Schaber Cafeteria . The restaurant at 618 S. Broadway is awaiting design approval from the city. Once that occurs, construction will begin to transform the 9,000-square-foot ground floor space into a restaurant with a retail bakery and patio dining. A second phase would create an 8,600-square-foot mezzanine.“ We love the history of Broadway and believe in its future,” said Jonathan Mgaieth , whose family opened Figaro in 2000, in a statement. The Schaber Cafeteria was designed by Charles F. Plummer in 1928 and became one of Broadway’s most popular eateries in the 1920s and ’ 30s. The building was severely damaged when it was set on fire during the 1992 Los Angeles riots...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

In any case, most people in the city don’t have the option that owners of grand houses on substantial lots do. They live in apartments or condominiums, or small houses on small lots. In most neighborhoods homes are quite close to the sidewalk. We like that the council is trying to address too much barking. We also think the fines should be dramatically reduced in scope, maybe a six-or eight-hour barking limit for a first offense and a $ 50 penalty. That can all be discussed, but we urge the council to reconsider the specifics. Get the ordinance completely right. This is a dog-lovers’ town, and constituents will appreciate the effort. done now. One new part of the ordinance does show particular promise: Now unlicensed dogs will be judged as well as licensed dogs. Never mind how odd it is that this hasn’t been done sooner. It has been Dog owners, however, don’t get carte blanche. In some situations, people don’t train their pets and don’t seek to curb bad behavior. Some owners coddle ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

Since Anschutz doesn’t talk to the press, media outlets asked Leiweke if AEG would bid. Leiweke wouldn’t say, which is usually code for,“ We started working on that precise idea three months ago.” will then have to improve the line-up and pump hundreds of millions of dollars into a stadium upgrade. Downtown, one called Farmers Field? Could it be partially financed by a massive Dodger TV contract, a naming rights deal and selling the land where Dodger Stadium now sits to housing developers who agree to make a sizeable portion of the units affordable, finally righting a residential wrong that occurred more than a half-century ago? I admit I know nothing about any such The answers are yes, yes and yes. deal. It all spills from my head, which for the record is the same head that thinks the return of“ Beavis & Butt-Head” to MTV is one of the high entertainment points of 2011. That said, here is how, and why, a new Downtown Dodgers ballpark could happen. Limited Pool One impor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

Location, Cubed : From one perspective, Eighth and Garland is close to one of the hottest markets for new development and real estate speculation in Los Angeles. It’s four blocks from L. A. Live, which to investors also means that it’s four blocks from a potential NFL stadium. From another perspective, Eighth and Garland is situated among lowrise commercial and industrial properties, on the wrong side of the freeway, on the wrong side of the freeway,” Tashjian said, referring to the apartment complex developed by Geoff Palmer.“ But it’s been a smashing success.” Still, much of the investment value in a property like Eighth and Garland is speculative. The site is two blocks from the planned Metropolis project, which could add as much as 300,000 square feet of retail to the area. Metropolis, however, has been stalled for years. It would also be a quick walk to the proposed NFL stadium next to L. A. Live, if the still very much up-in-the-air proposal Big Units : The city-approved plan ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

“We don’t have any difficulty with the city picking up trash, with people packing up their belongings in the morning, or with enforcing drug laws,” Dietrich said.“ We have difficulty with police swooping down and, as people rush out and say ‘ This is my property,’ police claim it’s abandoned and destroy it.” In the past several months, city crews have continued to clean streets, but a few sections of sidewalk have become essentially unusable for pedestrians because of the daytime encampments and other items piling up. The In the process of clearing sidewalks of unwanted debris, the city has also snatched up shopping carts and other vessels containing precious family photos, identification and medication belonging to the homeless, Dietrich said. Property vs. Garbage In Skid Row, the distinction between someone’s possessions and abandoned property can be unclear. But that’s no justification for city workers seizing possessions of those with so little, said Jeff Dietrich, a spokesman f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

Worsening Conditions City law forbids sidewalk pile-ups that obstruct the public right of way. Historically, police have asked people to move their belongings against a wall to allow at least partial pedestrian access. When those items were unattended, the city simply seized them. Becky Dennison, co-director of LACAN, said that if authorities believe they can no longer clean sidewalks, remove trash or ask people to move their possessions so they don’t obstruct public passage,“ that’s a complete misinterpretation of the injunction.” “The point of this was to stop people’s things from being picked up in skip loaders,” she said.“ There’s a question of whether they can pick up trash — they absolutely can pick up abandoned property. They just have to give people the opportunity to claim it.” As Trutanich’s office waits for consideration of its appeal, which argues that the constitution does not allow people to use public sidewalks as storage, some area stakeholders say the focus on the c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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