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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

Finally... a comprehensive facility dedicated to the healthcare needs of women in the prime of their lives. Whole-woman care for the whole you, under one roof, and all in one place World class care from specialists who specialize in you . . FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2012 AT 3PM Grand Opening... The idea for the grant proposal was spurred when Laird-Offringa attended a lecture given by Borok on studying purified lung epithelia in rats. Afterward, Laird-Offringa approached Borok with the idea of studying human epithelia ( cells from the wall of the lung) using epigenetic transplant. Approximately 34,000 cases of IPF are diagnosed in the United States each year. Currently, no one knows what causes IPF, and there is no known cure. The condition generally leads to death within five years unless the patient undergoes a lung by Amy E. HAHAmAkEr R esearchers at the Keck School of Medicine recently received a $ 3.5 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how lung c...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

Spanish. “Try the carnitas surtida,” Ibarra told me in The surtida is a traditional dish from Michoacán, Mexico. It’s made from a mix of just about every part of the pig that can be eaten, including the neck, skin, leg, heart, tongue, liver, kidney, snout, ears and feet. “The what?” I answered, while simultaneously grabbing the taco and stuffing it in my mouth. nation. I’ve had some of those before, like tongue and neck, separately in tacos or soups. This, however, marked the first time I’ve experienced them all together in such a delicious, albeit confusing combi- There was a salty, crisp bite of something. Could When I bit into the taco I wasn’t sure what was going on. I tasted the familiar tenderness of carnitas, but there was also a soft, chewy flavor. Was that the heart? by RichaRd Guzmán Restaurant Buzz Ludo in Downtown, Feeling Pho and More Food Happenings phociti. com. ing cupcakes, fruit tarts, cakes and other sweet treats. At 200 S. Hill St., ( 213) 625-7888 or a timeline,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

Downtown News 19 December 5, 2011 t hand c orner at Downtown New s . com or for CALENDAR image © Weegee/ International Center of Photography/ Getty Images A shot of a young Elizabeth Taylor at a dinner is turned by photographer Weegee into a gauche display of gluttony. It is one of the crime scene shooter’s Hollywood images on display at MOCA. image © Kenneth Anger Kenneth Anger gained his greatest following for the book Hollywood Babylon . His films never found as wide an audience. Outsiders Looking In MOCA Shows Focus on Two Creative Types on the Periphery of Hollywood by KirK SilSbee T he Los Angeles photographs of Weegee and the films of cinematic outlaw Kenneth Anger are a clever bit of curatorial juxtaposition on the part of MOCA. They also inject a delicious dose of the surreal into the oh-so-serious Pacific Standard Time series now dominating Los Angeles cultural institutions. The artistic achievement celebrated in PST is justifiable, but those artists and their movements al...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

Good Grief : One unavoidable part of the holiday season is that everyone who goes out in public is inundated by the same batch of annoying holiday songs ( sorry for getting all Grinch-like, but you know it’s true). One Downtown twist on that comes Friday, Dec. 9, with a Grand Performances show featuring music from the“ Charlie Brown Christmas Special.” At noon, the Joey Altruda Trio will perform Vince Guaraldi’s music from the classic holiday TV show based on the Peanuts comic strip. It’s free and takes place at the California Plaza Watercourt . The lineup includes jazz inspired renditions of tunes such as “Christmas Time Is Here,”“ Skating” and “The Christmas Song.” To help get people into the holiday spirit, the stage will be decorated with Christmas trees, a menorah and a couple of sleighs. No one will be dressed as Snoopy. Festive Square : There may not be many chimneys in Downtown Los Angeles, but NOV. 17,2011 thru JAN. 16,2012 Christmas Eve Thanksgiving Day Open 7 days a week ...

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

6: 30 p. m.: In conjunction with Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981, artist Rupert Garcia discusses his work. Downtown Art Walk Thursday, december 8 Art Talk with Rupert Garcia MOCA Geffen Contemporary, 152 N. Central Ave., ( 213) 621-1745 or moca. org Friday, december 9 Dec. 9-11: Nothing says the holiday season quite like Adultcon. Time to dust off that latex body suit, leave your parents’ basement and encounter the unattainable beings to whom you’ve devoted gigs of computer memory. Adultcon Los Angeles Convention Center, 1202 S. Figueroa, ( 213) 741-1151 or lacclink. com. 11 a. m.-7 p. m.: The holidays are in full swing when Santa and his reindeer ( yes, live reindeer) drop into Pershing Square. There will be actual snow, a train ride for kids, craft making, puppet shows and youth performances. Check out the Downtown ice rink while you’re at it. saTurday, december 10 Pershing Square Winter Holiday Festival 532 S. Olive, ( 213) 847-4970 or laparks. org/ pershingsqua...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

Dec. 9, 8 p. m.: Don’t mess with the dragon, and pack your musical bags for the wondrous Ozomatli. Nokia Theater Dec. 7, 8: 30 p. m.: Peter Murphy and She Wants Revenge with Hussle Club. Dec. 10, 10 p. m.: Incest themed indie rock with another show by Kissing Cousins. Club Nokia 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 765-7000 or clubnokia. com. 613 S. Grand Ave., ( 213) 629-2353 or bigcaseys. com. Dec. 9, 10 p. m.: Mamas Joy is in residency in De- cember. Casey’s Irish Pub Broadway Bar 830 S. Broadway, ( 213) 614-9909 or broadwaybar. la. Dec. 8, 10 p. m.: Broader Than Broadway returns with HM Selecta, Phanmous and various and sundry friends. Continued from previous page Yeltsin is worth seeing for name alone. Ha Ha Tonka and Letting Up Despite Great Faults round out this night of contemporary indie. Dec. 11, 7 p. m.: Soft patterned indie from Eliza Rickman, Correatown, Haroula Rose and Penelope Dec. 10, 8 p. m.: Play your cards right and maybe Jesse Sykes and the Sweet Hereafter will take a l...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

Through Dec. 8: The Muppets ( 11: 30 a. m. and 2, 4: 30, 7 and 9: 30 p. m.); The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part One ( 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 15 and 10 p. m.); Happy Feet 2 3D ( 11 a. m. and 1: 30, 6: 15 and 8: 45 p. m.); Puss in Boots 3D ( 11: 15 a. m. and 4 p. m.). Dec. 9 ( Partial): New Year’s Eve . Grammy Museum 800 W. Olympic, ( 213) 765-6800 or grammymuseum. org. Dec. 9-22, showtimes vary: Paul Goodman Changed My Life is the story of a bestselling author, poet, pacifist, visionary and therapist. Flagship Theatres University Village 3323 S. Hoover St., ( 213) 748-6321 or flagshipmovies. com. Downtown Independent 251 S. Main St., ( 213) 617-1033 or downtownindependent. com. Ongoing: Master Blasters of Sculpture 3 features 729 S. Spring St., ( 213) 955-9051 or thehivegallery. com. Through Dec. 31: Price… less, the Hive’s annual holiday themed show of works for $ 250 or less features Josie Portillo, Michelle Romo, Catherine Kaleel and more. Hive Gallery & Studios Chinese ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

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

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 5 December 2011

That gossip fed one of the most celebrated troves of published movie scandal: Hollywood Babylon ( 1975). In it, Anger told seemingly every bit of dirt he ever heard, true or otherwise. ( No, Clara Bow never had an orgy with the USC football team that included a young John Wayne.) Continued from page 19 early silver screen? Wait till you see how many there were! And who knew that the beautiful but now obscure actress Billie Dove ( whom Billie Holiday named herself after) was an amateur painter? The room is an indication of the deep film obsession Anger grew up with — not just movie trivia but the studio lore and gossip that has circulated around L. A. since movies began here. Occult magic is a big ingredient to the Anger oeuvre . One of Aleister Crowley’s handbooks is on display and Lucifer Rising has music composed by Bobby Beausoleil, one of Charles Manson’s followers. His last known address was San Quentin. Anger began fooling with film as early as 1941. He would develop into one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

by Ryan Vaillancourt 19 Big fun in Downtown bars. 28MAP A Question of Grassy Returns With South Lawn Destroyed, Some Hope City Hall Will Turn Toward Drought-Tolerant Plants CALENDAR LISTINGS 24LISTINGS Instead of re-sodding the acres around City Hall, some are calling for the city to toss the turf and instead install a drought-tolerant native land- But some say that in suffocating the lawn, the protestors may have inadvertently gift-wrapped an opportunity for the city to walk its talk when it comes to environmental sustainability. staff writer A ccording to the office of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, the Occupy L. A. encampment at City Hall left behind 25 tons of debris, killed more than an acre’s worth of grass and destroyed some high-tech sprinklers. The damage is tentatively expected to cost taxpayers between $ 300,000 and $ 400,000. Officials will then start considering how to pro- On Monday, officials with the Department of Recreation and Parks, including representatives from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

Test trains are now Please remember to: running in preparation for the upcoming opening of the Metro Expo Line, the newest extension of the Metro Rail system. Trains will be moving in both directions on the tracks. million people a year? Why does this little burger stand attract over a 3 V x. ■I A Chili Hamburger .............. $ 2.05 Chili Cheeseburger ........... $ 2.45 Find out at the landmark location near Downtown. Home of the original Chili-burger. Quality and value since 1946: > Obey all tra ; c signals and warning devices. > Be alert at all times. Watch for a“ TRAIN” signal. > Always push the button and wait for a“ WALK” signal before entering the crosswalk. Never jaywalk across the tracks. > Never sit or stand on tracks. > Do not go around lowered gates. > Never make a left turn on a red arrow. This tra ; c rule will be enforced by cameras at intersections. > Right turns are allowed while an Expo L...

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

4 * Total savings discount on select makes and models on approved credit. On approved credit, 39 month closed end lease, $ 2999 due 2012 VW JETTA S $ 199 per month for 36 months Specials! $ 385 plus tax per month for 39 months On select makes and models on approved credit. $ 9000 * SAVE UP TO OFF MSRP DOWN $ 0 On select makes and models on approved credit. J* 0% APR Year Specials! New ( Excluding title, taxes, options and dealer fees). ( 1) 2012 Jetta S with manual transmission MSRP $ 17,265. Purchase option at lease end $ 10,013.70. .20 cents/ mile over 30,000 miles. VIN 304238. $ 549 plus tax per month for 24 months Total $ 2,493 Due at Signing + Tax and License fees. 36-month closed-end lease on MSRP $ 32,725. Purchase option at lease end for $ 18,326. Lessee responsible for $ 0.25/ mile over 10,000 miles per year, on approved credit. Offer expires 12/ 31/ 2011. December 12, 2011 Downtown News 3 $ 399 plus tax per month for 36 months Plus tax, 39 month closed end lease on approve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

The new group hopes to open a school in the fall of 2013 ( families with children are asked to fill out a survey at research. net/ s/ charter-school) . It’s an ambitious timeline, and the only way they will reach that target is if they have the backing and aid of experienced individuals from throughout the community. They will need help from people willing to put in long hours for no pay. The local group is at the beginning, and its members may not be aware of how daunting the process is and how many hoops they will have to leap through. The myriad challenges include fundraising, site location, board development and writing the charter. They will need to find a principal, find teachers, find capable administrative and support staff and, most importantly, find students — this does not mean only the children of local marketrate loft inhabitants who would prefer not to pay for private school. The organizers will have to reach out to the greater community, including those for whom Engli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

A bout a month ago, I joined Downtown’s least-secret social club. I got a dog. The 3-month-old shelter rescue was quick to initiate my wife and I. The white shag rug in the living room bears an orbish, golden stain. The new wooden coffee table is freckled with pinprick nibbles. A section of floorboards, shocked by by Ryan VaillancouRt staff wRiteR Schedule an Appointment 213-484-7310 2200 W. 3rd Street, Ste 120 B Los Angeles, CA 90057 StVincentSpine. com | Follow us on Facebook HSt. Vincent Spine Institute II Member of Daughters of Charity Health System St. Vincent Medical Center is recognized by U. S. News & World Report as a Best Hospital in the Los Angeles Metro Area for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Orthopedic Care and eight additional service lines. Jennifer K. Sohal, M. D.; Fardad Mobin, M. D., FAANS Pictured left to right: John J. Regan, M. D.; St. Vincent Medical Center, the first hospital in Los Angeles, is proud to announce that St. Vincent Spine Instit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

Losing the Lottery Here’s the thing about being in the juror assembly room: You spend every moment hoping you’ll lose the lottery. Each time a panel is called, your heart pounds like a drum circle at Occupy LA ( minus the cloud of marijuana smoke). If you don’t get tapped, you feel like you’ve dodged a bullet. A panel at 9: 30 a. m. garnered 50 names, or about one-quarter of the room, and I was not among them. Twenty minutes later 31 people were called. An hour after that two panels scooped up 66 people. While this meant I had some solid bullet-dodging skills, I also realized my odds of survival were decreasing with each announcement. On the bench was a black-robed woman whose nameplate identified her as a commissioner. At long tables sat two attorneys, along with a man in his 60s in a sweatshirt and another in his 30s wearing a suit. We learned this was a conservatorship trial, that the older man wanted independence from his son. About 30 minutes of questions were directed to the p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

After Crackdown on Counterfeits, Some Items to Go to Homeless Children Officials Show Off Goods Seized in Downtown Raid Downtown News 7 Pirated goods with a cumulative retail value of more than $ 1.5 million were seized last month in Downtown. The jeans, handbags, DVDs and more were displayed last week at a press conference. The suits seek a permanent legal injunction that will close the businesses for good, and prevent the individuals from opening other stores in the Downtown Fashion District. One twist in the proceedings came from a bill introduced in 2009 by Assemblyman Gil Cedillo ( now a state senator) that was later signed into law. In some instances, it changes the old common practice of taking counterfeit items and burning them or burying them in landfills. Now, if the trademark holder consents, there can be more positive uses. Contact Jon Regardie at regardie@ downtownnews. com. “Items such as shoes, T-shirts and toys,” Trutanich said,“ can be given to homeless kids at this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 12 December 2011

Her shift runs from 7 a. m. to 3 p. m. It starts with roll call, and by 8 a. m. she is usually out on the road. Pallares, who stands about five feet tall, is equipped with mace for protection, though she has never had to use it. Her main piece of equipment, the Auto-Cite, is a wireless computer that prints out the tickets. “I consider it a good day when there are no confrontations, when I can help citizens get to where they want to get, since I get people asking me for directions a lot,” the 38-year old said. Like most Downtown traffic officers, she usually patrols the streets on a bicycle. A shift in a car resulted in a relatively slow, but not uneventful morning. Pallares writes up to 40 tickets a day, although it can vary widely. She said she does not have a daily quota her supervisors order to fulfill. According to the DOT website, traffic officers issued 2.7 million citations in the most recent fiscal year in Los Angeles, amounting to more than $ 134 million in fines. They also...

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