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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 December 2011

December 19, 2011 Downtown News 17 CLASSIFIED place your ad online at www. ladowntownnews. com All submissions are subject to federal and California fair housing laws, which make it illegal to indicate in any advertisement any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, national origin, ancestry, familial status, source of income or physical or mental disability. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. ll.. a.. doownnttoownn neewss neewss cllaassssiiffiieeddss cllaassssiiffiieeddss call: 213-481-1448 HOLIDAY DEADLINE SCHEDULE HealtH care ASST. DIRECTOR of Nursing: Resume/ ad/ jobsite: ERG Home Health Provider, 11385 E. 183rd St, Cerritos, CA 90703. Issue Date Space Reservation Deadline 12/ 26/ 2011.... 12/ 19 at noon 1/ 2/ 2012........ 12/ 21 at noon d...

Publication Title: La Downtown News
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 December 2011

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

December 19, 2011 Downtown News 19 The court may decide against you without your being heard unless you respond within 30 days. Read the information below. ca. gov/ selfhelp), or by contacting your local court or county bar association. istrant has not begun to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed herein. This statement was filed with DEAN LOGAN, Los Angeles County Clerk on December 9, 2011. NOTICE— This fictitious name statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the county clerk. A new fictitious business name statement must be filed before that time. The filing of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business name in violation of the rights of another under federal, state, or common law ( see Section 14411 et. seq. Business and Professions Code). NARA Proposed name: SAMANTHA GAYANE GUREGHIAN 2008 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S Carfax, 1 owner, only 48K miles, Auto, CD, White N120068-1 / C...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 19 December 2011

December 19, 2011 20 Downtown News New Plans at Eighth and Grand Ho! Ho! Holiday! Astani Comes Back With Vision for Two Seven-Story Towers by Ryan Vaillancourt “As the recession recedes, the challenge for a new generation of developers will be to make these buildings less ‘ Irvine’ looking, more ‘ global city’ looking,” Astani, who was traveling in Asia, said in an email. Staff Writer & D eveloper Sonny Astani says he is moving forward next year with a scaled-back version of an apartment complex long planned for Eighth Street and Grand He said the project would include flexible retail space suitable for a grocery store, from a 3,000-square-foot“ Fresh and Easy-type” tenant to a 30,000-square-foot“ Whole Foodstype.” Avenue. In 2006, city officials approved an 875-condominium project in three buildings ranging from 15 to 38 stories. The revamped“ Angelena at Eighth and Grand” calls for a $ 250 million effort with 700 apartments in two seven-story struc- The project would r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

Goodbye 2011! ) V -> p. Fine designs from Urban Scrawl. The big news and politics. Restaurant gains and losses. 10 p=* Highs and lows on the sports scene. Plenty to do on New Year’s Eve. 13 Arts and entertainment highlights. 17 CALENDAR LISTINGS 19 20MAP 21 CLASSIFIEDS LOS ANGELES DOWNTOWN NEWS Volume 40, Number 52 December 26, 2011 INSIDE The 50 Biggest Stories of the Year Schw artz Running Down the News, Development and Business Happenings That Powered Downtown, Plus 14 Top Shows, Concerts and Events photo by Gar y Leonard Cra i g b y pho to Renfro + Scofid io Dille r by im age Football Fever The Occupation of City Hall pho to b y Ga r y Leon a r d God of Carnage Brings Serious Star Power The Broad Breaks Ground Leon a r d Ga r y A Big Year for Bakeries b y photo Leon a r d Ga r y Pedal Power Scenes from the biggest stories of the year included ( clockwise from upper left): a February pep rally for Farmers Field; one of the 292 protesters arrested at City Hall on Nov. 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 2 Downtown News AROUNDTOWN TAKE MY PICTURE GARY LEONARD First Street Bridge Reopens Three Skid Row Stabbings in Four Days M ore than four years after beginning work to widen and restore the First Street Bridge , the city has completed the project. On Tuesday, Dec. 20, officials reopened the 1927 span connecting Downtown and Boyle Heights. The $ 46 million project marks the first bridge widening undertaken by the city, and more importantly for commuters, the end of a four-year detour. The widening was needed to accommodate both traffic and the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension, which took over the bridge’s original two westbound traffic lanes. Crews widened the bridge by 26 feet, creating two westbound lanes while preserving the structure’s original aesthetic.“ It kept the historic importance of the bridge, but at the same time, it’s allowing the modern transportation to come over it,” said 14th District Councilman José Huizar , who spoke at the Tuesday ceremony. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 3 Total NO PAYMENT DAYS 2012 VW JETTA S $ 399 plus tax per month for 36 months $ 199 per month for 36 months 0% APR UP TO 72 MONTHS $ 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. ( 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. On select makes and models on approve d credit. credit. $ 9000 * SAVE UP TO OFF MSRP ON NEW OR USED VEHICLE $ 0 DOWN On select makes and models on approve d credit. $ 385 plus tax per month for 39 months $ 549 plus tax per month for 24 months * Total savings discount select makes and models on approve d credit. On approved credit, 39 month closed end lease, $ 2999 due 4 . \ $ per month...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 4 Downtown News 2011 A Year of Urban Scrawl T he activity never stopped in Downtown Los Angeles in 2011. That was good for the community, and also for editorial cartoonist Doug Davis. In his Urban Scrawl cartoons, he found inspiration in everything from José Huizar’s purported power lists to the McCourts’ war to the numerous high-level changes in the mayor’s office to the troubling allegations at the Men’s Central Jail. Here are six of the year’s standout cartoons. In 2011, Our Editorial Cartoonist Was Never at a Loss for Ideas Urban Scrawl by Doug Davis SOME <HWE\N Ws UFE BACoM vVftO-pEWi SEASON lA c G3Ufi£T£ January 31 April 4 July 18 September 12 (TJc i^TfWi Gz/rrtM# jjiIJII September 19 October 17 I ft

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

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 5 Football, Protests and Politics, Oh Wow Downtown in 2011 Was Dominated by Big Issues and a Few Unexpected Stories by RichaRd Guzmán, Jon ReGaRdie and Ryan VaillancouRt I t’s a cliché to say that in any set time period there was never a dull moment. Despite that, in Downtown Los Angeles in 2011, there really wasn’t any lack of drama. From January through December, the Central City jumped and bristled. People raved about a proposed Downtown football stadium, argued over the future of the quickly morphing Art Walk and watched as a City Council race turned brutal. Here are 10 of the best news stories from a very busy year. Down, Set, Blitz! : Anschutz Entertainment Group President and CEO Tim Leiweke spent the year quarterbacking the audacious $ 1.4 billion effort to build a Downtown football stadium and expand the Convention Center. With Gensler as the architect, Leiweke met with community groups to drum up support for the project. A February pep rally...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 6 Downtown News If Not a Groundbreaking Year, Then a Year for Groundbreakings / '' ' " ' kj Downtown Saw Projects Start, Projects Announced, And Even a Couple of Openings it) 1 ' \ ? 1 1 11J Jp by RichaRd Guzmán, Jon ReGaRdie and Ryan VaillancouRt I t’s safe to say that 2011 was an interesting year for development in Downtown Los Angeles. This is not a situation where“ interesting” is code for terrible. With the nation still mired in an economic slowdown, Downtown didn’t see the seemingly monthly announcements of new mega-projects that came a few years back. However, several major developments broke ground, including a highprofile art museum and a big Chinatown project. Other deals were announced, and there were even a few openings. photo by After years of delays, work began this year on a $ 231 million renovation of the Hall of Justice. It will reopen in 2014. Here are the highlights of the Downtown development scene in 2011. The project won the support of many lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 7 Taking It to the Streetcar : It was a decidedly mixed year for the proposed Los Angeles Streetcar. Debate about where it should go swarmed, and in November, Metro presented the seven final route options, which extend as far north as Union Station and as far south as Pico Boulevard, with costs ranging from $ 106 million to $ 137 million. A decision will be made in February. The project spearheaded by 14th District City Councilman José Huizar also had financial tangles. Officials looked at what it will take to make area landowners pay for approximately half the project, and in December, the streetcar missed out on a $ 37 million federal grant. haul the city’s infamously labyrinthine development entitlement process. While many feared the initiative would amount to just another pricey report, some of KH-Woolpert’s recommendations were put into effect this year. In July, the city opened a cross-departmental case management office charged with facilitatin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 8 Downtown News All Good in the ’ Hood Downtown Saw Some Community Improvements in 2011 by RichaRd Guzman and Ryan VaillancouRt city streets took place in April and October, and the latter event lured more than 100,000 people. CicLAvia has made Downtown the centerpiece of a route that starts in Boyle Heights and snakes to East Hollywood, funneling thousands of riders and walkers ( plus street performers, dogs and basically anything that moves or provides entertainment that is not a car) to Little Tokyo, the Historic Core, Chinatown and the Fashion District. The event returns on April 15, 2012. T he Downtown residential influx that began in 2001 continued in 2011, and so did the related elements that help turn a physical area into an actual peopleserving community . City officials approved a long-desired Historic Core park, while amenities for bike riders and avid readers both expanded exponentially. There were even plans that will help Downtown far into the future....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 9 Business Never Sleeps yi / Big Crowds, Zombies and Electric Cars t by RichaRd Guzmán, Jon ReGaRdie and Ryan VaillancouRt defunct building at 1800 S. Figueroa St. opened on Oct. 24, a huge crowd turned out. The mayor of L. A. was joined by the mayor of Shenzen, China, an indicator that officials on both sides of the Pacific see this as a potential first swell in a wave of Chinese companies coming to Los Angeles. The facility will house BYD’s research and development arms that will create versions of their cars for the U. S. market, and also serve as their solar and LED business headquarters. Ultimately 150 jobs will be created. 1 D owntown for decades has been a business hub. So it’s no surprise that the trend continued in 2011. The community saw record convention crowds and the opening of a new headquarters. On the downside, a once high-flying developer crashed, and some of those fancy office towers turned into functional zombies. Here are some of t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 10 Downtown News The Main Course The Restaurant Revolution Brought New Joints and a Bakery Twist by Richard Guzmán Homeboys in City Hall : Homeboy Industries, which helps former gang members turn their lives around by providing job training and other services, went somewhere new in June: City Hall. Thanks to a $ 400,000 grant, they opened Homeboy Diner, serving sandwiches, salads, desserts and more to the politicians and the lobbyists who come through the building. city editor T he hungry didn’t have far to go in Downtown in 2011: It seemed as if a new restaurant opened every week. The meals ran the gamut, from a Little Tokyo space offering Southeast Asian fare to a Fashion District hole in the wall that served pop-up dinners from a celebrity chef. These entrees were followed by desserts: Downtown in 2011 saw the opening of four bakeries. Bakery Blow-Up : Downtowners with a sweet tooth had plenty of choices when it came to satisfying their urge for fresh-baked past...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 11 A Lot of Ball, and Also Chris Paul In a Down Year for Downtown’s Teams, the Clippers Stole the Spotlight by Jon RegaRdie and Ryan VaillancouRt T here were no victory parades for any of the resident Downtown Los Angeles teams in 2011. Not even close. That doesn’t mean there weren’t headlines. The city’s legendary franchises, the Dodgers and Lakers, both stumbled repeatedly, while the Clippers shocked everyone by becoming relevant. The NBA lockout hurt local business, though the community soared with a summer extreme sports extravaganza. Blue Gone Bad : The Dodgers’ problems exploded on opening day, when Giants fan Bryan Stow was beaten in the parking lot after the game. The feeling of danger, combined with the team’s poor play, kept fans away, and for the first time since 1992 ( not counting a strike season) attendance dropped below 3 million. The lone bright spots, Clayton Kershaw’s Cy Young-winning performance and Matt Kemp’s all-around brilliance...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 12 Downtown News Law and Order and Disorder Downtown in 2011 Saw Crime, Punishment and Justice resident turned fugitive, went to jail a purported criminal mastermind. Facing up to 18 years in prison for drug, gun and forgery charges, Alexik represented himself in court. In September, after fighting his case for 470 days, he agreed to a plea deal that carried a suspended sentence and probation. He pled guilty to five felony charges — forgery, for faking U. S. currency, and four drug counts. Charges for possession for sale of heroin, crack and marijuana were dropped. So were two gun charges. His court-appointed private investigator hired him when he was released. by Ryan VaillancouRt Staff WRWRiteR L ife never really slows down in Downtown for the LAPD. It certainly didn’t in 2011. Although a new jail opened, the neighborhood had to contend with some scary Jewelry District crimes and an increase in homelessness. Downtown’s Central Division also had its own internal t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 13 NEW YEAR’S EVE / s *• /""-X / \ > ' : i / i / ✓ ✓ / \ I \ i \ \ \ s Me to the Party Directions start next page. / / / ✓ / / ✓ / / I c Party -- N \ \ * ' \ 1 ✓ \ i / 1 ' / 1 # / i / y /' —-X ✓ X ✓ \ ✓ \ '' \ / N * • N ' v. _-' V/ N '' NEW! q •* Jf 9 1 1 1248 S. Figueroa St. ( 213) 222-9464 !L Nightly 10pm-1am & Staples Center! t L i ii iti2 ' Center I Center pho to by Sher r i Ditem an pho to co urtesy o f Edison pho to by Ga ry Leo n ard Take pho to by John Ales pho to by Ga ry Leo n ard pho to by Ga ry Leo n ard "■Ml llf mm III Your Sports Headquarters! 40 Hi-Def flat screens 1 - 200-inch Hi-Def screen 2 - 150-inch Hi-Def screens Directly across from the Convention

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 14 Downtown News The Party Breakdown New Year’s Eve Is Approaching and There Is Plenty to Do in Downtown by RichaRd Guzmán city editoR T he last days of the year are quickly approaching and people are hurriedly making plans for New Year’s Eve. Those who want to mark the end of 2011 and the start of 2012 without leaving Downtown Los Angeles have plenty of choices. It’s not just choices in terms of where to have that glass of champagne as midnight arrives. Downtown has options where entertainment is the driver, as well as places where food is the focus. Those who want to dance the night away have their pick. And yes, there are plenty of drinking spots as well. EAT IT Three Shades of Patina Patina , the destination restaurant in the Walt Disney Concert Hall, has not one, not two, but three separate seatings for New Year’s Eve. Those who have plans later in the night, or who just want to make sure they go beddy-bye by 8 p. m., can make the 4: 30 p. m. meal, when a thre...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 Downtown News 15 them from having fun. The Bootlegger’s Ball starts early, with the doors of the venue in the basement of the Higgins Buildings opening at 7 p. m. The night will be headlined by Lyndsay and the All Nighters, a sultry, jazzy cabaret act complete with dancers, that covers songs from the likes of Etta James and Tina Turner. There will also be a midnight by Sandra Pena of Latino 96.3 FM. Headlining the turntables will be DJ Lurox and DJ Santa Rosa. If those names are unfamiliar, don’t fret: It’s just dance music. At 800 W. Olympic Blvd., ( 213) 745-0162 or congaroom. com. toast. At 108 W. Second St., ( 213) 613-0000 or Dead Man’s Party edisondowntown. com. According to the Mayans, the world will end in 2012. Since we’re all practically dead already, party like a cadaver at the Mayan Theatre . The Hill Street club’s Dec. 31 bash spreads far and wide, with a salsa room, a hip-hop room and pop tunes coming from three DJs in the three-floor club. Or, enjoy ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — LA Downtown News — 26 December 2011

December 26, 2011 16 Downtown News New Year’s Continued from page 15 Raise the Roof A New Year’s Eve brain twister: Can one raise the roof at a rooftop party? We have no idea, but the people at ICON Ultra Lounge , who are throwing the Downtown Countdown Rooftop Party, are sure to find out. The soiree in the fairly new venue near Staples Center will actually be under a heated tent. If the roof itself isn’t raised, hands will be, thanks to the six DJs. Midnight brings a champagne toast and a balloon drop. What says 2012 more than balloons? At 1245 S. Figueroa St., ( 626) 817-3507 or countdownla. com. Last CaLL Party Shots The tequila and mescal will win you over at Las Perlas’ New Year’s Eve party. The sounds of the 1980s will fill the Historic Core venue with DJ Darren Revel, host of the Indie1031. com show“ Big Sonic Heaven.” Expect tunes ranging from new wave to post punk. If the sounds of Duran Duran, the Pretenders and Modern English don’t get you in the mood ( feel free to hum“ ...

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