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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

days to move. Life is a full time job.^^ Zipper Hall, 3 pm The Colburn School $ 10 ticket code: dtla10 www. colburnschool. edu/ tickets 213.621.1050 • All Women's Care The demands of work and home shouldn't mean your own needs come last. At All Women's Care, quality gynecologic care is about supporting your well being at your job just got a little easier. Call us for a consultation every stage of life. From an annual health exam to the latest in birth control or supervised prenatal care, you owe yourself the very best. We provide full services with Dr. Bente Kaiser, our Board Certified OB/GYN, and all female staff members in a friendly environment. With appointments after work until 8:00 pm, and Saturdays too, CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY Brent McMunn, conductor | Marc Astafan, guest stage director The singing actors of the USC Thornton Opera program and the USC Thornton Symphony present Mozart’s The Magic Flute ( Die Zauberflöte) in guest stage director Marc Astafan’s sparkling production...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

Perhaps the best thing about the Downtown options is that you don’t have to do the dishes. But you probably should make reservations. Here are some of the choices for a Downtown Thanksgiving. Downtown Los Angeles can’t do much about the football — the city has been without an NFL franchise since after the 1994 season. When it comes to the food, however, the community has those seeking a traditional Thanksgiving dinner covered. At 535 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 624-0000 or checkersdowntown. com. An Alternative to Turkey : Checkers Restaurant , the ground-floor establishment in the upscale Hilton Checkers hotel, is also opening its doors on Nov. 24. Unlike most other places, however, they aren’t just angling for people seeking turkey. In fact, the restaurant’s menu is full of alternatives to the Thanksgiving favorite. Main course options include an herb-crusted salmon, a grilled 14-ounce rib-eye steak and a roasted Jidori chicken. Among the starters are a pear and fig salad and a sweet pot...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

2. Boil mushrooms for two minutes. Drain and set aside. set aside. 1. Bring six cups of water and salt to a boil. Add the asparagus and cook for about two minutes. Asparagus should be crisp. Drain asparagus and Directions Ingredients 10 Chinese black mushrooms ( stems removed) 1 bunch asparagus, trimmed and sliced THE SIDES Plum Tree Inn chef De Zhong Zhao’s offers up a trio of chinese side dishes to complement the main course. Fortunately, a trio of Downtown kitchen whizzes are willing to share their secrets. Here are an entree, some sides and desserts that you can prepare at home. But please, share the credit. city editor C ooking a Thanksgiving dinner is a big responsibility. It’s also pressure-packed, as everyone wants to do something special. The problem is, many home chefs don’t know what to make. CORDON RAMSAY WEST HOLLYWOOD THE MAIN COURSE Perch Chef Benjamin Udave’s Deep Fried Maple Brined Turkey With Stone Fruit Chutney and Giblet Gravy Udave makes this for his family ever...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

on top. the center. 9. Remove cake from oven and use skewer to put about 15 holes throughout the cake. Slowly pour the Amaretto over the entire cake and allow it to soak in. 10. Once it has cooled, run a knife around the edge of the cake to release it and invert. 11. Make the Amaretto glaze by whisking together the powdered sugar, amaretto and milk. Spread the glaze over the top of the pound cake and sprinkle the toasted almonds The restaurant has served this as a side for Thanksgiving dinner. Ga r y Leona rd For caramel sauce: 1 1/ 4 cups ( packed) dark brown sugar 1/ 2 cup ( 1 stick) unsalted butter 1/ 2 cup whipping cream 4-5 leaves of iceberg lettuce 2/ 3 cup minced green and red bell peppers 1 1/ 2 tbsp sugar 2 tbsp soy sauce 1/ 4 tsp white pepper Ingredients For lettuce cup filling: 2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 2 tsp cornstarch 1/ 2 tsp salt 1 cup minced water chestnuts 3 tbsp canola oil 3 tbsp minced onion For sweet and sour sauce: 3/ 4 cup white sugar 1/ 3 cup white ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

ing a deciding factor in the cars people buy, Flynn noted. “Some of this stuff is like science fiction,” Flynn said. “Lexus, for example, has a product that scans your eyes to see if you’re getting tired.” The Chevy Camaro ZL1 will make its debut at the L. A. Auto Show. Some 50 vehicles are slated to premiere at the Downtown event. p E News! On the bright side, some Japanese automakers that had been question marks are participating. Despite inventory shortages that followed the devastating March earthquake, Nissan and Toyota will both attend this week’s event and will have cars on display. The Downtown event includes some troubling and pleasant surprises. Swedish automaker Saab has pulled out of the show because of the sale of the company, which stemmed from financial troubles. Additionally, Suzuki is skipping the event. The company instead will concentrate on the Northeast United States, said Flynn. E News! A couple trends have dominated the auto industry in the past few years: a f...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

5 s Christmas Eve Winter Holiday Festival Dec. 10,2011 £ Christmas Day New Year's Eve 12 Nights of Christmas Dec. 12-23,2011 ¥ New Year's Day Martin Luther King Day Lunchtime Concerts Dec.l9,2011-Jan. 6,2012 Farmer's Market Every Wednesday * $6 Skate Session, $2 Skate Rental >N Convenient Underground Parking ¥ Special Skating Exhibitions Discount Parking with Ice Skating Validation PERSHING SQUARE 532 South Olive Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013 tel 213.847.4970 • fax 213.485,0985 www.laparks.org/pershing square • pershing.square@lacity.org UPJIVIEION iHHmilllllH IIIJJV VLJ W losanceles || ill §M P ©Metro IUWEEKLY S It’s Thanksgiving Season - time to give back! Donate $ 100 to Union Rescue Mission and Receive 18 Downtown News Love Is Not in the Cards Cast Can’t Match Tenor’s Sizzle in L. A. Opera’s Roméo et Juliette November 14, 2011 In the show that continues through Nov. 26, Grigolo captures the impetuous soul of Romeo, even in his swaggering bows after the curtain falls. ...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

L. A. Convention Center, 1202 S. Figueroa, ( 213) 7411151 or laautoshow. com. Los Angeles Auto Show Friday, noveMber 18 Reading and Blues at the Last Bookstore 453 Spring St., ( 213) 488-0599 or lastbookstore. com. 7-9 p. m.: Author Mike Edison’s new effort Dirty! Dirty! Dirty! gets its own birthday party with guests The Space Liberation Micro Arkestra playing their filthy, filthy blues. Sometimes deviant, sometimes luminary and always brimming with an offensively hilarious brand of truth, comedian Jim Jefferies takes the stage of Club Nokia on Friday, Nov. 18. Nothing is sacred to this Australian: Religion, the wide, wonderful world of human reproduction and the joys of substance abuse form the backbone of his act. So if you’re looking for a shocking escape from your ordinary life, or if you’re just scratching your noggin as to what to do between the Phil’s performances of Handel, Jefferies’ show will be a delightful and perspective-widening respite. Ask him about the egg. At 800 W...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

Nov. 15: It’s cranky, it’s dingy, it’s dark, it’s Charm Machine and Harry & The Hendersons. Nov. 16: Wic Coleman & The Highway share the stage with The Far West. Nov. 14: Bob Ricketts from Groovy Rednecks headlines Hot Club de L. A. 316 W. Second St., ( 213) 652-4444 or theredwoodbar. com. 631 W. Second St., ( 213) 237-2800 or redcat. org. Nov. 18, 8: 30 p. m.: Mike Keneally, a former “stunt guitarist” and keyboard virtuoso in Frank Zappa’s final touring band, gives the U. S. debut of The Universe Will Provide , a composition for guitar, electric piano, and a 52-piece CalArts orchestra. Nov. 19-20, 8: 30 p. m.:“ Studio” presents ambitiously offbeat performances by an interdisciplinary mix of experimental Los Angeles performing artists. Redwood Bar and Grill Nov. 18, 8 p. m.: The Nick Rosen Trio swings on Fries on the menu tonight. the roof. REDCAT YOUR DOLLAR Goes A Long At... MARKET Looking for a lunchtime bargain? Grand Central Market has Downtown’s best se...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 14 November 2011

Still, it could happen. Whether we like it or not. Contact Jon Regardie at regardie@ downtownnews. com. There would still be a lot to figure out. Financing is tight and parking and traffic studies would be required. Politicians would need to be convinced. Expect the biggest project labor agreement in the history of L. A. The list goes on and on. ultimately does far more good than harm. They’d get support from the trade unions who, with a 40% unemployment rate in the construction industry, don’t care what sport a Downtown stadium holds, as long as it’s being built. The kicker, however, might be the chance to rewrite history. Before Dodger Stadium, Chavez Ravine was home to numerous low-income families, most of them Latino. They were forcibly removed to make way for the stadium, and promises to build new housing for them never materialized. For some, that wound still burns. November 14, 2011 24 Downtown News Stadium Continued from page 5 again, but L. A. could still get its Convention...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

*■ Carmen Trutanich wants to rid Skid Row of its most entrenched drug dealers. He says his Central City Recovery Zone has worked, but dealers still proliferate. at JANM. 16 20MAP CALENDAR LISTINGS 18 21 CLASSIFIEDS Still, the fact that Skid Row cops can’t find most case. The DTGs The Central City Recovery Zone encompasses a nearly square mile patch of streets in Skid Row and a few blocks of the Historic Core. The name stems from its core objective — to make Skid Row a safer, more viable place to go for recovery from see Skid Row, page 12 by Ryan VaillancouRt staffwRiteR W hen City Attorney Carmen Trutanich set out in April 2010 to rid Skid Row of its most entrenched drug dealers, he knew it would be difficult. More than 18 months later, it’s clear his groundbreaking plan faces even steeper challenges than expected. When he decided to tackle the Skid Row drug problem, he ordered deputies to devise a legal strategy to keep dealers out of the neighborhood. He gave them two months to ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

T he architecture firm Gensler has designed numerous projects in Downtown Los Angeles, and its current roster includes the proposed NFL stadium in South Park. Now, the design giant has left its home in Santa Monica for the Central City. After more than 20 years on the Westside, the firm this month took up residence in the“ Jewel Box,” a three-story building between the twin 52-story towers of Thomas Properties Group’s City National Plaza .“ We totally love it,” said Ron Turner , a principal at the firm, referring to the Downtown home.“ We love the space and we worked with Thomas Properties to create this building and bring it back to L. A. It’s a very important building that had sat vacant for nine years.” Gensler signed a 12-year lease for a space that currently measures 32,000 square feet, but the firm plans to build a mezzanine that will expand its footprint to about 45,000 square feet. The firm’s local offices have 250 employees, though Turner said they intend to expand by more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

Those in favor of the injunction say the lawsuit was filed to prevent city officials from trashing the possessions of the homeless even when people are there and protesting. That is worth supporting — no one should have their property ( as opposed to piles of garbage) taken away. that appear to have been abandoned, they leave them on the street, watching to see what happens before making the decision that they do not belong to anyone. Detritus can be left out for days or longer. As Lt. Shannon Paulson, who oversees the Safer Cities Initiative, said,“ A broken piece of furniture could be presumed trash before, but now we have to presume it’s property.” It’s the exact opposite of the“ broken windows” philosophy of policing that led to Safer Cities. That holds that when a small crime is allowed, greater transgressions follow. In this case, leaving one apparently abandoned item sends the message that more will also be tolerated. Then the mess happens. The city still has the ability to r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

— Bettie Miner, Oct. 28, 11: 22 a. m. November 21, 2011 The Readers Speak Out Website Comments on Skid Row, Sandwich Shifts, A Spring Street Bike Lane and More E very week Los Angeles Downtown News gets online comments to the stories we publish. These are some of the most interesting responses. Additional comments are welcome at ladowntownnews. com. Try it, you’ll like it. Erica, Befoi Erica. After Sim 1; : p'yl Killian, Befoi Komal, Before Regarding the article“ Sandwich Haven Blue Cow to Replace Cal Plaza’s Casa,” published online Oct. 25, by Richard Guzmán — Patrick S., Oct. 25, 9: 22 p. m. A nother sandwich shop in Downtown? There are seven within two blocks. Casa was the only decent Mexican food and bar in the area. — Paula Samuel, Oct. 26, 7: 02 p. m. N o! Casa was the best! Best margaritas, best food, best outdoor dining. Super disappointed that it’s going in this direction. I hate sandwiches! ft - Grace, Before Grace, After k EH I Gerry, Before Gerry, After — Sarah Brekke, O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

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

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 21 November 2011

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