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OPINION Letters to the editor ...................................................................... 3 Health care reform is good medicine for Venice Family Clinic ..... 6
NEWS Supes hopefuls get their turn to speak . ...................................... 7 Fee hikes planned for Marina del Rey.......................................... 8 News in brief . .............................................................................. 9
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“Ajax” opens a new front
FEATURE A Westside punk rock photo diary...............................................10
THIS WEEK Jonas Never leaves his mark . ....................................................13 Westside Happenings..................................................................17 Military sexual violence takes center stage................................ 32 Jon Favreau cooks up a Westside story..................................... 32
FOOD&DRINK Schnitzel by the sea ...................................................................15 Fast eats at Mother’s Beach ...................................................... 33
REAL ESTATE Find your dream home................................................................ 23
CLASSIFIED/CROSSWORD Jobs, apartments and more........................................................ 36 ON THE COVER: Billy Zoom, Exene Cervenka and DJ Bonebreak of X at Club 88 in March 1980. PHOTO BY JENNY LENS. DESIGN BY ERNESTO ESQUIVEL.
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Letters Making a case to save Mariners Village and more
Re: “Residents, activists push back against Mariners Village reboot,” news, April 3 I have lived in Los Angeles County for my entire life and I love the weather and the creativity … and so do developers, even those who don’t live here and do not have to deal with the resulting traffic congestion. I grew up in Manhattan Beach, when homes were small and yards were large, but now the opposite is true. I have seen 100-year-old eucalyptus trees cut down to make way for new developments. I have seen acres and acres of open land — where our family dog, Gretchen, would chase jackrabbits — become the Manhattan Beach Mall, Manhattan Village and other shopping areas. When I was attending college, I would drive through the Ballona Wetlands to the job that I had in Marina del Rey, but now half of the wetlands has become Playa Vista, which is still expanding
east as I compose this. Now my wife Elise and I live in Marina del Rey, and developers have proposed to remove all of the foliage, including mature trees, at Mariners Village — literally an urban forest and sanctuary for birds like the Great Blue Heron, which nest at Mariners Village and feed at the wetlands across the channel. They were hunted out of the area 100 years ago, and now they are at risk again of being "developed out" of the area. Developers want to gut the
buildings, and they also want to bulldoze Fisherman's Village, a place where my brother Joe and I would bicycle to for an Orange Julius and a hotdog. I am all in favor of renovating and restoring roads and buildings, but some things are worth protecting for their history and design. Why don’t we just paint over the Mona Lisa because she is old and outdated? Many L.A. County residents and I would like to see some of the history of Los Angeles preserved. You
can go to Olvera Street to see the oldest part of downtown Los Angeles, but where can you go to see the oldest part of Marina del Rey? You can go to places like Shanghai Red's (now Whiskey Red's), Fisherman's Village, The Warehouse, Mariners Village and a few others to get a sense of the original marina. We would like to see these last remaining structures and landscapes as part of an historic district, where people can get a glimpse of a previous era when
the marina was first conceived while also appreciating the mature trees and vision of people like Peter Kamnitzer, who designed Mariners Village. Sure, you could just bulldoze it and pretend that it was never there, but like the Mona Lisa it offers a history and beauty that is worth protecting, preserving and restoring. Marina del Rey is not just about the weather and water; it has a history too. Let’s protect it. William R. Hicks Marina del Rey
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Health care reform is good medicine for Venice Family Clinic More than 5,000 clients now receive Medi-Cal benefits, paving the way for expansion of services
Venice Family Clinic Director of Integrative Medicine Myles Spar
By Paul M. J. Suchecki The nation’s largest free clinic is weathering the sea change of Obamacare with optimism, hoping to expand a client base that already exceeds 24,000 lowincome Westside residents. Meeting the demands of the Affordable Care Act was a major challenge for the Venice Family Clinic, but the effort is paying huge dividends. “We have worked for the last two years to identify people who would be eligible. Because of that extraordinary work by our staff, we were able to move 5,000 patients into Medi-Cal,” said Elizabeth Benson Forer, the Venice Family Clinic’s chief executive officer of more than 20 years. Prior to national health care reform taking effect this year, low-income adults had to prove a disability or care for small children to qualify for Medi-Cal. “Now any low-income adult can be on Medi-Cal,” Forer said. “We’re hiring more doctors so we can see more folks.” However, the biggest challenge clinic patients still face is accessing care in a timely manner, particularly when it comes to specialists. Forer said one back pain patient complained last month that he couldn’t get an appointment for an initial surgery consultation until July. But Forer rejects fears that reform amounts to a rationing of care and credits volunteers with helping the clinic meet growing demand for health care by those who formerly didn’t have access. “Our system has rationed for years by simply saying to poor people you don’t get any care. Unless there’s a true emergency, everybody at some point waits in the health care system,” she said. “The problem with the system for lowincome folks is that if there are long delays in specialty care, they will [still] end up in the emergency room,” Forer continued. “I think there will be a surge of care until folks stabilize and then you’ll see an ability to make the population PAGE 6 THE ARGONAUT May 8, 2014
healthier over time.” Since many new Venice Free Clinic patients have not been to a doctor in a while, intake starts with a comprehensive screening to establish health benchmarks. “When we look at children, we make sure that they’re hitting their developmental milestones,” Forer said. “For teens we assess their entire lives: health, education, drugs, sex and relationship with parents.” Founded in 1970, the clinic now operates nine locations, including teen centers on Venice Boulevard and at Culver City and Santa Monica high schools. The clinic’s extremely comprehensive approach includes dentistry, exercise and yoga classes, programs to combat domestic violence and obesity, access to mental health workers and even filling medication prescriptions on-site. Last year, the clinic received $13 million in donated medications to distribute to its clients, said Forer. Dr. Myles Spar, director of integrative medicine at the clinic, said the organization’s goal is to address “a patient’s whole being.” That includes acupuncture and chiropractic services, “especially helpful for our patients with chronic pain from working as day laborers, gardeners and nannies,” he said. At a Rose Avenue location, Venice Family Clinic workers see 3,800 homeless patients each year, many with mental health and substance abuse issues. The clinic offers lockers for the homeless to secure their belongings and a place to shower before seeing a doctor. Spar said care is guided by the belief that “good health care is a fundamental right of all people, regardless of ability to pay or status of residency.” Despite reports that Latinos have underenrolled in Obamacare throughout the country, the Venice Family Clinic has seen better results. More than 60 percent of the clinic’s patient population is Latino. In fact, it’s one of the few places in Los Angeles
Elizabeth Benson Forer, the clinic’s chief executive officer of 20 years
where a caller has to press No. 2 to get to English on the phone system. “We’re finding our patients are signing up just fine. Our health insurance enrollment staff is bilingual, bicultural. They’re reaching out to our Latino clients as well as our homeless clients in a very hands-on way,” Forer said. Spar said he sees a range of patients, “from previously well-insured, financially comfortable people who have fallen on harder times to the working poor who have historically been the ones least wellserved in the U.S. health care system, to people suffering with mental disorders, homelessness and substance abuse.” One patient, a middle-aged man in a frayed shirt and blazer who identified himself simply as Michael, said he lost his health insurance after being laid off more than a year ago. “The clinic has been a lifesaver, literally, because as work became harder to find, the stress started to build up. I was starting to get light-headed, flushed and [would] sweat when I met people. When I had my first examination at the clinic, my blood
pressure was through the roof, a problem I’d never had before. I got my medication here that day. With the numbers I had, I could have had a stroke or heart attack.” If you’re interested in volunteering, there’s ample opportunity. There are 250 resident physicians in training and another 250 volunteer doctors at large. Another 2,000 volunteers help with administrative work and play an important role in setting the tone for client visits. “Our patients trust us, they know us, and they see that there’s caring beyond just the physical problem that brought them in that day,” Forer said. On May 18, the Venice Family Clinic hosts its biggest fundraising event of the year. The 35th annual Venice Art Walk and Auction centers around Google’s headquarters at 340 Main St., and volunteers for the free and fundraising portions of the event are still needed. RSVP at venicefamilyclinic.org/ volunteers/artwalk. For more information on Art Walk activities, call (310) 664-7916 or visit theveniceartwalk.org. ª
Candidates Douglas Fay (from left), Yuval Kremer, Sheila Kuehl, Eric Preven and Pamela Conley Ulich at the Mark Twain Middle School auditorium
Preven looks on as Ulich makes a point during The Argonaut’s April 28 forum
County supervisor candidates press reforms Several battling to succeed Zev Yaroslavsky would support civilian oversight of the Sheriff’s Dept., bolster foster care resources and rethink development in Marina del Rey By Gary Walker and Joe Piasecki Extending light rail service to LAX, bringing civilian oversight to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept., reforming foster care and reworking development plans for Marina del Rey were among the hot topics discussed at an April 28 forum for Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors candidates that was hosted by The Argonaut. With term limits forcing Third District Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky to leave office, eight hopefuls are vying to take over the seat — representing roughly two million people from the San Fernando Valley to Venice — in the June 3 primary election. Santa Monica environmental activist Douglas Fay, educator Yuval Kremer, former state Sen. Sheila Kuehl, film production consultant Eric Preven and former Malibu Mayor Pamela Conley Ulich answered questions from the newspaper and audience members during the forum at Mark Twain Middle School. Former Santa Monica City Councilman Bobby Shriver and lighting technician Rudy Melendez were invited but chose not to attend, and West Hollywood City Councilman John Duran was a no-show. Each candidate in attendance stated that bringing a light rail extension to LAX would be a priority if elected to the board, whose members also sit on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board. Preven, a longtime critic of the county’s leadership, called the current transportation disconnect a “devastating failure” of leadership. Kuehl said bringing a light rail stop to Terminal One would be more cost effective than a current proposal to connect to the Tom Bradley
International Terminal. Fay agreed with Kuehl, while Kremer suggested diverting air traffic to other regional airports and Ulich criticized Metro’s contracting practices. Fay and Preven were outspoken in opposition to county plans for intensified commercial, hotel and residential development in Marina del Rey. “The visioning process that the county is conducting is absurd,” Fay said. “It has not been inclusive, and I am opposing the visioning process.” Kremer expressed general concern about overdevelopment in the marina, and Ulich said she would seek to make the process more inclusive. Kuehl said the marina is already “armored with development” and called the county plan a vision for “only more of the same,” adding that she would support affordable housing creation in the marina to counter increasing rents. Preven also attacked county plans to raise parking fees as an affront to recreational users. Ulich, Kuehl and Preven committed strong support for formal civilian oversight of the Sheriff’s Dept. in order to address rampant jail violence as well as recent hiring and obstruction of justice scandals. Supervisors Mark Ridley-Thomas and Gloria Molina have called for a permanent Sheriff’s Dept. Oversight Commission, but Yaroslavsky has criticized the plan as lacking teeth to enforce real change. The commission “needs to be set up yesterday,” said Ulich, who accused sitting county supervisors of demonstrating “a pattern and practice of failure of leadership.” Preven said current county leaders have
been too quick to approve Sheriff’s Dept. funding with few strings attached. “The supervisors have enormous authority over [the Sheriff’s] budget yet have failed to wield it at the right time,” Preven said. “The problem at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. has been a culture of violence,” Kuehl said. “What the supervisors can do is be a bully pulpit, a strong voice for a citizen oversight commission — make sure it gets established.” Kremer blamed retired Sheriff Lee Baca. “For all these years he’s been a politician instead of a law enforcement guy,” said Kremer, a former Mid City West Community Council member. Kremer pledged to find funding to transition county animal shelters to a “no kill” policy and described himself as a fiscally conservative Democrat, touting an endorsement by the conservative Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. With Kuehl and Shriver leading in fundraising — Shriver bolstered by a gift of $300,000 to his own campaign — Ulich played up her minimal fundraising as a sign of grassroots political independence. “I fear that in four years there will only be candidates who are independently wealthy and those who are bought and paid for,” Ulich said. Each of L.A. County’s five supervisors receives and annual discretionary fund of about $3.4 million, an account Ulich repeatedly referred to as a “slush fund.” Kuehl said some candidates who decry large discretionary budgets end up utilizing them as elected officials. “Zev Yaroslavsky helped build a community center and a library [with
discretionary spending]. So these funds can be very important, and I would use mine on health care.” Fay said he’d focus discretionary spending on hiring expert staff, and Preven said he would spend to increase public engagement with the board. Ulich said she would prioritize discretionary funds to implement recommended reforms to the county child welfare system. Holding up a copy of a commission report criticizing bureaucratic lapses and recommending reforms to improve child safety, Ulich said she “would not wait” to appoint a child welfare czar to streamline foster care. “I think what is happening now is borderline criminal,” she said. County leaders, added Preven, “are actually committing a bureaucratic crime by allowing these [departmental] silos to function in opposition to one another so the child gets lost in the shuffle.” Kuehl also supported foster care reform, Fay said he would push to hire additional social workers, and Kremer said he would consider new hires as well as outsourcing casework overflow. Ulich, Preven, Kuehl, Kremer, Fay and Duran are scheduled to meet at 2:30 p.m. Monday for a candidate forum at the Burton Chace Park Community Room, 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey. Hosted by an L.A. County Dept. of Mental Health advisory committee, the forum is focused on mental health and social services issues. If no candidate wins more than 50% of the vote on June 3, the top two finishers will head to a November runoff. ª May 8, 2014 THE ARGONAUT PAGE 7
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By Gary Walker Fees for parking and using recreational facilities in Marina del Rey may be going up just in time for the busy summer season. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to raise parking fees at several countyrun parking lots by as much as 20%, while also hiking charges for boat docking and storage as well as increasing rental costs for Burton Chace Park and the Dockweiler Youth Center. If approved, the new rates could go into effect as early as May 24, according to county documents. The proposed fee increases would generate up to $1.2 million in additional annual revenue as of the next fiscal year after a bump of $126,000 through June 30. Supervisor Don Knabe, who represents Marina del Rey, postponed an earlier vote over concerns about impacts to children’s programming. “He particularly wanted to be sure [the fees] remain affordable for children from all parts of Los Angeles County,” said Cheryl Burnett, a spokeswoman for Knabe. In addition to raising enrollment costs for marina-based county summer camp programs that were suspended in 2011 due to budget constraints, daily rental charges for the countyrun Dockweiler Youth Center, located just south of the marina in Playa del Rey, would double from the current $500 fee to $1,000. Likewise, couples wishing to use the community room at Burton Chase Park for wedding receptions would pay $750, an increase from $500. Boat owners would also pay more. Dry stack storage prices for motorized boats up to 21 feet, currently $110 per month, would go up to $150. For larger boats, fees may climb to between $250 and $500. Docking rates for Basin H at Burton Chace Park would go up to $6 per foot for yachts over 100 feet long.
Dry storage fees for paddleboards, sculls and kayaks would not increase, however. Automobile parking rates would increase for some county lots but not others. The daily rate for parking in the public boat launch-adjacent Lot No. 2 at Pacific Avenue and Via Marina would go up from $10 to $15. Daily rates for Lot No. 10, adjacent to Mother’s Beach at 4101 Admiralty Way, and Lot No. 13, near Mariners Village Apartments, would go up from $8 to $10 on weekdays and from $10 to $15 on weekends. Similar increases would also apply to Lot No. 7 at 4350 Admiralty Way and Lots No. 9 and 11 on Panay Way near the Chart House Restaurant. Visitor parking for Fisherman’s Village, currently $1 for each 20 minutes for those who exceed the two hours of free parking through restaurant parking validations, would double to $2 per 20 minutes. Dept. of Beaches and Harbors spokeswoman Carol Baker said parking costs in Marina del Rey have been static for five years and the proposed fee increases are based on rates at county-run lots in other areas. “Our parking rates have not increased since 2009. We are actually required to evaluate them every year,” Baker said. Proposed parking rate increases only target lots that see high demand from summer visitors, Baker said. The proposal does not include increased parking rates for several other county lots, including Nos. 4, 5 8 and 12. Marina del Rey Convention & Visitors Bureau Executive Director Janet Zaldua doesn’t think the proposed fees will adversely affect summer tourism. “I think visitors and tourists expect to pay for parking no matter where they go in Southern California, especially when it’s at one of our beaches,” Zaldua said. Baker said the county’s Beach Commission had approved the recommended fee increases and the Small Craft Harbor Commission did not take a
position on them. South Coast Corinthians Yacht Club Commodore Nick Sampson said the club was unaware of the potential boat storage rate hikes. “Our members are very interested in marina issues, like having to remove copper from the hulls of their boats, but this is the first time that we’ve heard of any [potential] fee increases,” Sampson said. Neighborhood activist Nancy Marino, whose We Are Marina del Rey community group has opposed most development proposals in and around the harbor, said officials shouldn’t raise user fees at the harbor because they’re already increasing county revenue by intensifying land use. “To [raise fees] at the beginning of the summer is discouraging to people,” Marino said. “The county is making money, and they should be spending it on recreational activities.” Proposed tuition increases for Dept. of Beaches and Harbors youth outreach camps would help cover operating expenses as well as equipment maintenance, Baker said. The currently inactive Water Awareness, Training, Education and Recreation (WATER) Program included four themed youth camps, each costing participants $165. If county leaders approve fee increases, the cost of attending ocean sports camp and a water recreation safety program would go up to $200. Surfing camp would cost $200, and sailing camp $375. “We discontinued the [outreach programs] in 2011 because of the economic downturn, but we hope to offer them again this winter,” Baker said. “Sailing camps cost more because our lifeguards conduct the camps and there is a higher level of instruction involved” as well as boat maintenance costs. According to county documents, increasing youth program fees would also underwrite financial aid for lowincome participants. ª email@example.com
News in brief Kids Ocean Day coming to Dockweiler
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An aerial view of Kids Ocean Day at Dockweiler in 2012
Thousands of Los Angeles schoolchildren have been invited to celebrate Kids Ocean Day on May 15 at Dockweiler State Beach in Playa del Rey. Students will learn about preventing ocean pollution, participate in beach cleanup activities and line up in creative
formation for an aerial photograph. Kids Ocean Day was created by Malibu Foundation for Environmental Education founder Michael Klubock 21 years ago to inspire children to care for the environment and get involved in community service.
Firefighters make animal rescues in PetCo fire More than 80 Los Angeles city firefighters responding to a fire at the Westchester PetCo on Sepulveda Boulevard rescued 12 dogs, more than 15 hamsters and several snakes last week. No people or animals were injured in the
fire, which broke out at about 5:15 a.m. on April 30, said Los Angeles Fire Dept. spokesman Brian Humphrey. Property damage was estimated at $55,000 and the cause of the fire remains under investigation, Humphrey said.
Boat ramp upgrades underway The entrance to the Marina del Rey Public Boat Launch Ramp on Fiji Way will be closed through May as county officials make paving and landscape improvements intended to allow vehicles with boat trailers to make easier turns. The ramp will remain open for launching boats from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily via an
alternate entrance in the P-77 lot at 13560 Mindanao Way, according to the Los Angeles County Dept. of Beaches and Harbors. The project is funded by a grant from the California Department of Boating and Waterways. Call (310) 301-9152 for more information.
Google is now delivering more than search engine results for some Westside residents. On Monday the Internet giant expanded Google Shopping Express, on online retail service with same-day home delivery, to serve Marina del Rey, Venice and Santa Monica. In coming months, Google plans to expand the service to Playa Vista and Playa del Rey, company spokeswoman Winnie King said. Google Shopping Plus, introduced in San Francisco last year, also launched this week in Manhattan. “Since we already have offices in Venice, we thought West Los Angeles would be a good place for us,” King said. Google opened its Los Angeles headquarters in 2011 at the Frank Gehrydesigned Binoculars Building on Main Street in Venice. Participating Westside retailers include Costco, Smart and Final, Toys ‘R’ Us, Guitar Center, Staples, Target and Walgreens.
“We are working with larger retailers now, but we hope to add smaller companies and outlets in the future,” King said. King said Google entered the home delivery business — putting it in direct competition with online retail giant Amazon — to meet growing demand. “We work frequently with many of these retailers, and we thought with our strengths in technology we could help make this kind of service better,” she said. Users visit google.com/express to browse and purchase merchandize from participating stores. After an order is placed, store employees prepare the order for delivery by a Google courier. For the time being, Google is not delivering perishables such as milk, fish and poultry. Those who enrolled in Google Shopping Plus on Monday received a single-day $10 shopping credit and free deliveries for six months, after which service charges of about $5 per store trip are expected to take effect.
Mark Abramson honored with environmental award Bay Foundation Senior Watershed Advisor Mark Abramson will be feted with the Environmental Law Institute’s 2014 National Wetlands Award for Conservation and Restoration. Abramson and five other award recipients are being honored today in a ceremony at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C. The nonprofit Bay Foundation is based at Loyola Marymount University. One of Abramson’s most significant accomplishments is the 10-year effort to restore the Malibu Lagoon, completed in 2013. Abramson volunteered hundreds of hours to ensure the project’s success, said UCLA Professor Richard Ambrose, who also worked on the project. “What differentiates [Mark] is the breadth of his talents, including the rare
combination of technical expertise with the ability to lead and inspire people and to do the in-the-mud restoration work,” said former Bay Foundation Executive Director Shelly Luce.
LMU announces commencement speakers
An astronaut and a Nobel laureate will be the commencement speakers at Loyola Marymount University’s graduation ceremonies. James Lovell, a United States astronaut who flew to the moon twice, will speak at the 102nd annual undergraduate committee, will recognize innovative and commencement at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. exceptional educators selected by their Lowell is a retired U.S. Navy captain who peers at 17 Venice schools or organizations. commanded Apollo 13, which suffered a The event is from 6 to 9 p.m. and tickets critical failure during its moon voyage in are $45. Call (310) 314-9976 or visit April 1970. The crew’s struggle to save venicechamber.net for more information. their spacecraft and their own lives was
Venice chamber celebrates teachers The Venice Chamber of Commerce is hosting its fourth annual Wave Awards tonight at the Rose Café, 220 Rose Ave., Venice. The ceremony, sponsored by Google and organized by the chamber’s education
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portrayed in the 1995 film “Apollo 13,” in which Lovell was played by Tom Hanks. Wole Soyinka, the author of more than 20 literary works, will deliver the graduate commencement address at 10 a.m. Sunday. Soyinka won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1986 and was the first African to become a Nobel laureate. An activist during Nigeria’s fight for independence, Soyinka was held in solitary confinement from 1967 to 1969 for writing an article that called for a cease-fire. He joined LMU’s faculty as a professor in residence in 2008. May 8, 2014 THE ARGONAUT PAGE 9
with mayhem for bands and venues alike, as police often faced off with fans, and groups soon ran out of clubs willing to host concerts. Photographers Ed Colver, Jenny Lens, Gary Leonard and Glen E. Friedman (who chose not to participate in this story) captured artful images within the chaos that helped define L.A. punk for later generations. “I like all of these people’s work,” said Chuck Dukowski, the original bassist for Black Flag. “Ed did the ‘Damaged’ and ‘Six Pack’ [album] cover shots as well as live and posed shots. He did cool culture, non-band shots of the scene. Glen did some of the best live stuff and some famous posed ones.” And in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Eric Nakamura picked up the torch to cover the raw energy and turbulence of now-defunct venues Music Machine and another wave of punk. Club 88 as well as the Santa Monica Civic On April 18, the Los Angeles County Auditorium. Museum of Art presented a rare screening Taking its cues from English punk and of the 1981 L.A. punk documentary “The East Coast influences, the scene exploded Decline of Western Civilization,” where
From Marina del Rey Skate Park to the Santa Monica Civic, the photographers who captured music history
By Michael Aushenker It may not have lasted long, but it sure was loud. As Los Angeles’ punk rock movement peaked in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, its chaos spilled over into the Westside at
r e v l o C ED Ed Colver lived all the way out in Covina but never missed a show, traveling as far as West Hollywood and Orange County in his reliable Honda Civic, armed only with a cheap 35-mm camera and 50-mm lens and flash — “no long lens, no autofocus,” he said. Considered by many the godfather of L.A. punk photography, Colver shot the cover image for the Circle Jerks’ 1980 album “Group Sex” in Marina del Rey at a mock wedding for punk scenemakers Michelle Gurber Bell and Ron Henley. Located at the time between the on- and off-ramps of the Marina (90) Freeway, Marina del Rey Skate Park was essentially “a bunch of swimming pools with no water in it,” remembered Circle
Colver, left, and Lucky Lehrer at LACMA in April
Jerks drummer Lucky Lehrer, whose band informally shared a stage that day with The Adolescents. “I didn’t have my drums,” Lehrer said. “Here’s a crowd and here’s our friends. So we played three or four songs. Someone got the idea: Why don’t we take a picture in one of these swimming pools?” Lehrer, who stood with Colver looking down at the fray, recalled the challenge of “trying to herd
Circle Jerks at the Whiskey a Go Go, 1979, by Colver (from left, Roger Rogerson, Lucky Lehrer, Greg Hetson and Keith Morris) PAGE 10 THE ARGONAUT May 8, 2014
Darby Crash, 1980, by Colver
a bunch of [drunken] punk rockers,” but the promise of being on an album cover helped. Given his subjects, Colver said he was understandably nervous perched atop a ladder. “It was really unruly. It was nuts,” Colver remembered. Colver said he almost lost his legs in the parking lot that day. While sitting sideways in his car loading his camera with the passenger door open, “a drunken clown named Reno” backed up his van, nearly slamming the door on him. Later, “When I initially saw the cover, I thought, ‘Wow, that looked great!’ I liked it,” Colver said. He was less crazy about how the photos on the back turned out. “Hated the pink,” Colver said. “I thought it looked New Wave-y.” In a handshake deal with a friend of Lehrer’s exchanging a pound of pot for a producer’s credit and time at Byrdcliffe Studios on the MGM lot (today Sony) in Culver City, the Circle Jerks recorded “Group Sex” (14 songs totaling 16 minutes) with Byrdcliffe’s owner and sound
Circle Jerks guitarist Glen Hetson (also of Red Kross and Bad Religion) said it was a Feb. 9, 1979, show by The Clash Album art b at the Santa y Friedman Monica Civic that motivated him to go pro. The sold-out event was a virtual punk rock reunion that included Colver, Dukowski, Hetson, Circle Jerks drummer Lucky Lehrer, Wasted Youth guitarist Chett Lehrer (Lucky’s younger brother, a Marina del Rey resident), X drummer DJ Bonebreak and Fear leader Lee Ving. “The British and early U.S. groups brought something important [to music],” said Dukowski, a Venice resident. “Minimalism and tight song construction. [Rock] had gotten all rococo and was often emotionally meaningless.”
engineer co-producing. It was only the second album on Lisa Fancher’s Frontier label, which also broke T.S.O.L., The Adolescents and Venice’s Suicidal Tendencies. According to Fancher, Lehrer initially balked at the idea of her releasing the album: “Lucky said, ‘No girl’s putting out our record!’” But after Lehrer consulted with Colv er’s “Group Sex” cover, others, including The Runaways’ 1980 ringleader Kim Fowley, Fancher negotiated a 50/50 deal with the music and expressing band. real emotions. We didn’t know “I’ve never had investors or we’d be inspiring musicians or partners,” Fancher said. “It was that, 30 or 40 years later, we’d DIY all the way.” still be talking about it. Ed With support from KROQ [Colver] was there fortunately,” tastemaker Rodney Bingheimer, Lehrer said. the record quickly sold out its “People thought this punk thing initial 5,000-copy run. was a fad,” said Colver, 65, who Colver was also on-hand to was featured in 2012’s Annenberg photograph the first live Black Space for Photography exhibit Flag gig featuring Henry Rollins “Who Shot Rock ’n’ Roll.” (or, as Dukowski refers to him, “Turns out it wasn’t. It was part “vocalist No. 3”), and took the of history, absorbed by the pop cover photograph for the band’s culture. It’s never gone away, you first LP, “Damaged,” depicting know.” Rollins smashing a mirror with edcolver.com his fist. “They told me what they wanted to do,” said Colver, who shot the image at Rollins’ Koreatown apartment. Colver said he smashed the mirror with a hammer, put masking tape behind the pieces and employed red India ink as faux blood on Rollins. The zeitgeist didn’t last long: Rollins soon left Black Flag, the Circle Jerks’ Lehrer left music to pursue law school, Hetson gradually diverted more attention to Bad Religion, and Colver went on to shoot covers for major label releases by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and R.E.M. Lee Ving of Fear, 1981, “We knew we were making raw by Colver
L e n s y n n e J Jenny Lens prides herself on having captured on film the figures who defined the original wave of punk rock — everyone from the Sex Pistols to thenVenice power couple John Doe and Exene Cervenka of X. And L.A.’s punk scene, in turn, became a gateway to personal salvation for the West L.A. native. Describing her younger self as introverted, overweight and often overlooked while both a teenager and art student at CSUN and Cal Arts, “I felt so alienated and lost, felt so fat and discriminated
against, so I retreated further into art and books, rarely went to live shows, but Lens with D ee Dee Ram always loved rock,” Lens one writes on her website. “I wanted to live! I wanted to be A misfit among misfits, Lens, part of the entertainment world. who lived walking distance I was so in love with Broadway from the Sunset Strip, found and movies. I was tired of herself embraced by a rebellious working by myself,” she recalls. scene that wasn’t hung up on Matching her yearnings with a appearances, spat in the face of budding interest in photography, social convention and celebrated Lens began shooting punk individuality. shows in the late 1970s and was As personalities went, Lens eventually introduced to Black loved Joan Jett, then-rhythm Flag’s Chuck Dukowski by Glen guitarist of the Runaways, whom E. Friedman. she snapped at the Santa Monica Pier carousel after the all-female band opened for The Ramones at the Civic Auditorium on Jan. 27, 1978. Lens shot iconic pictures of X at Club 88 (on Pico Boulevard and Glenville Drive in West L.A.) during the March 1980 filming of the punk documentary “The Decline of Western Civilization.” She also captured the English punks in L.A. at the peak of their popularity, including a March 3, 1980, performance by The Clash at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. “That is significant because the Exene Cervenka and John Doe at Club 88, 1980, by Jenny Lens
Joe Strummer and Mick Jones at the Santa Monica Civic, 1980, by Jenny Lens
Civic had a strict no photography policy. People got away with it if the guards didn’t throw you out or you were onstage,” said Lens, now a Santa Monica resident. Lens was the only female punk photographer to appear in last year’s “SID: Superman is Dead”
punk art exhibit at Shepard Fairey’s L.A. gallery. “I disappeared for decades, but my photos greatly influenced more people than you or I realize,” she said. “It’s an amazing thing. I had no idea.” jennylens.com
Fishbone’s “Dirty” Walter Kibby at the Santa Monica Civic, 1988, by Nakamura
Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill at Jabberjaw, 1992, by Nakamura
Eric Nakamura Before he founded his Giant Robot empire, Eric Nakamura was a kid with a camera who documented the Westside punk scene’s transition into the 1990s. Armed with his Nikon F3, the Palisades Charter High School graduate caught Chicago punkers The Dwarves on several occasions, including at the
Coconut Teaszer in 1992. “The shows are among the roughest I went to. I’ve seen the guitar player hit people in the head with the neck of his guitar. The singer, Blag [Dahlia], would swing the microphone like a mace and hit people hard with it,” Nakamura recalled. “That’s a band where you don’t know
The Dwarves at Coconut Teaszer, 1992, by Nakamura
what can happen. The show can end in 15 minutes; a fight could break out. The lead singer would go with it. A girl pulled down his pants and his [penis] is just hanging out.” Nakamura also captured Mike Watt performing with Firehouse in 1989 at Santa Monica College, where Nakamura was on a committee to enlist bands to play at school events. He also helped bring Jawbreaker, Leaving Trains, Soundgarden and Young MC to perform at SMC, and organized backyard parties at Olympic Boulevard and Beloit Avenue in West L.A.
that featured bands such as Jawbreaker. After college, Nakamura shot photos for the Palisadian-Post in Pacific Palisades and, in 1994, entered L.A.’s thriving ‘zine scene with partner Martin Wong to create Giant Robot, an Asian-American pop culture magazine that ran for nearly 20 years. By 2001, Nakamura had launched the first Giant Robot toy and book store on Sawtelle Boulevard. Other locations soon followed, including in Silver Lake, New York and San Francisco. He expanded his
Sawtelle reach with GR2 Gallery and is credited as a kick-starter of the Westside’s Little Osaka district. Nakamura, 44, continues to manage the Giant Robot franchise in his native West Los Angeles and has curated three Giant Robot Biennale shows at the Japanese American National Museum. An exhibit of his punk rock photography, “Punk Photos B-Shots,” continues through Sunday at Balconi Coffee, 11301 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 124. Call (310) 906-0267 or visit balconicoffee.com. giantrobot.com
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In 1977, Gary Leonard was 25, married, living in Sherman Oaks and working odd Leonard jobs to subsidize his expensive habit: photography. At the time, the entrenched Los Angeles music scene consisted of rock radio stations KMET and KLOS, record stores Licorice
Pizza, Music Plus and Tower Records as well as venues The Roxy, Whiskey-A-Go-Go and, for bigger shows, the Forum. “There was an establishment,” Leonard said. “Music, which can’t be limited like that, had no outlet. So it created its own outlet, its own publications, its own record stores. It was absolutely an alternative industry, and the establishment had no clue.” Leonard was hooked. Taking cues from a friend who
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introduced him to the Starwood Club in West Hollywood and another friend who would play upstart station KROQ on his darkroom’s radio, Leonard could feel there was something “really important, really historic and really pure” going on, he said. He sold his home in 1979 and dove into the punk scene, which on the Westside meant chronicling gigs at Club 88 and the Music Machine. Then, in a bizarre twist, the establishment helped Leonard. Idiosyncratic entertainment reporter Rona Barrett, who taped a West Coast segment for Tom Snyder’s “Tomorrow Show,”
would have Leonard and Black Flag bassist Chuck Dukowski on as guests. The exposure helped cement Leonard’s reputation and got him introduced in 1981 to the after-party venue Zero/Zero Club (which opened at 2 a.m. and would run until the beer ran out), with the venue exhibiting his photos and tipping Leonard off to shows. “For me it’s always been about documenting Los Angeles, and that’s kind of an offshoot of that body of work,” Leonard said of capturing the L.A. punk scene. Inevitably, the scene began to change, and so did Leonard’s
Club 88, West Los Angeles, by Gary Leonard
direction. At 63, Leonard is staff photographer for the Los Angeles Downtown News, which, along with LAObserved.com, continues to publish his “Take My Picture, Gary Leonard” series that had been a staple of the late weekly newspapers Los Angeles Reader and Los Angeles CityBeat. “I like doing the unexpected, that’s why I related to punk rock. There was a philosophy of you could go anywhere, you could do anything,” Leonard said. “It was a city coming alive. … I didn’t mind being called a punk myself.” ª takemypicture.com
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Jonas Never puts some finishing touches on his AMF Mar Vista Lanes mural
A ‘Touch of Venice’ and Mar Vista Prolific muralist Jonas Never, discovered by Floyd’s 99 barbershops, leaves his mark by staying true to sense of place By Michael Aushenker Jonas Never’s career as a muralist started over a beer. About eight years ago, Never was catching a Colorado Rockies game at JP Sports Bar & Grill in Santa Monica and asked a courier returning one of his paintings from an art show to deliver it to him at the bar. The work caught the eye of customer Bill O’Brien, who just happened to own the Denverbased Floyd’s 99 barbershop chain and was in town to open up a Santa Monica location. From that chance encounter the then-graffiti artist entered the mural business, painting interior art for the Floyd’s on Santa Monica Boulevard and a second mural inside the Venice Floyd’s on Lincoln Boulevard, across from Baby Blues BBQ. Baby Blues’ Chef Danny
Fischer saw the inside of Floyd’s and soon the southern exterior wall of Baby Blues got the Never touch, with a mural including a map of California, a pin-up girl and “Dukes of Hazzard” character Boss Hogg driving a Cadillac. Never, who has since created some of Venice and Mar Vista’s most visible public murals, now has work at 15 Floyd’s 99 locations. Floyd’s 99 Director of Facilities Amy Hunn calls Never “a part of the family. He is a very talented artist who puts his heart into everything he paints. It's been really great to see his portfolio grow with projects that most artists only dream about.” Never, 32, lived in Venice for a decade before recently relocating to downtown Culver City’s arts district and his visual landscape often refers to the Dogtown of his youth — scenes of skaters,
graffiti artists and home-grown bands, including Suicidal Tendencies. Never also mélanges elements from 1980s movies he was weaned on — films such as “The Outsiders,” “Stand By Me,” and, as represented on the Encino Floyd’s wall, “The Karate Kid.” His father, screenwriter Alan Swyer of 1978’s “The Buddy Holly Story” (“Never” is a pseudonym the artist chose to distance his graffiti persona from his then-thriving interest in playing baseball), also imparted a taste for rockabilly and 1950s film noir — hence, Never’s ode to Orson Welles’ policier “Touch of Evil” in his mural “Touch of Venice,” which adorns the side of Danny’s Venice. Welles shot the landmark opening shot of his 1958 film at the mural’s location. Daniel Samakow, owner of Danny’s Venice, James’ Beach
and the Canal Club, likened Never favorably to muralist Rip Cronk. “He’s also incredibly nice and unassuming, but gives a lot of thought to what his pieces represent,” he said. “The mural, in my mind, looks best at night,” Samakow said of “Touch of Venice.” “Few murals work on so many levels, and it instantly became iconic.” “Touch of Venice” replaced “a fabulous but badly faded Terry Schoenhoven piece. Terry did not wish it restored, as I understand it, so a new piece had to be created,” Samakow said. "Jonas [painted] a similar idea but showcasing the view west, focusing on the columns, creating almost an illusion that the columns continued." Never relies on deep research to tailor his murals to their environs. He’ll seek out local lore, architecture and historical
photos before designing his work. For Mar Vista’s Floyd’s 99 and AMF Mar Vista Lanes, catty-corner from each other at Venice Boulevard and Grand View, Never sourced vintage signage and automobiles. To goose the homey barbershop feel, he recreated a family portrait (including grandparents, parents, siblings and the family dog) on Floyd’s. In the case of a less welldocumented community such as Mar Vista, Never might draw on iconography from other sources, such as the topography of his father’s native Asbury Park, New Jersey. On AMF’s western exterior wall is a favorite band, New Jersey’s The Gaslight Anthem. “Bars are another great reservoir for local history. There’s so much stuff you never know unless you (Continued on page 34)
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When the temperature soars and even outdoor spaces feel stuffy, I head for beachside restaurants. Not because it’s measurably more temperate than a comparable establishment a few blocks away, but because the view of the ocean is so refreshing that it feels ten degrees cooler. On a recent balmy evening we watched the sunset from a place that had all the hallmarks of the Venice lifestyle: skaters and cyclists whizzing by street vendors who were putting away their merchandise, a gorgeous sunset silhouetting the palms, the gentle sounds of the ocean waves beneath conversations in German… Yes, German, because we were at On The Waterfront Café, which serves Swiss and German food alongside more conventional offerings. The beachside bar offers a selection of German beers, and on the evening we were there about half the people we overheard were chatting in that language. We could tell that they weren’t all tourists, as many received hellos and hugs from our cheerful server. We started our meal with onion rings, which aren’t a particularly popular item in the Alps, and a cervelat sausage salad, which is. Cervelat is a mild sausage traditionally made with a mix
of finely ground pork, bacon and beef, and it’s the national sausage of Switzerland. (This is a part of the world where countries do indeed have national sausages.) The salad combines grilled cervelat with Swiss cheese, onions and pickles in a mild dressing with a dash of mustard — there was lettuce and tomato on the side, but they were garnish. There was more meat and cheese than vegetables by volume, but it was a refreshing, cool salad with sharp flavors courtesy of the onion and pickle. The onion rings were pretty standard by comparison, crisp and hot and served with ranch dressing. We could have stayed with the alpine theme by having a raclette fondue or giant Bavarian pretzel baked to order, but some days the craving for fresh onion rings is too powerful to resist. They did go nicely with the Bitburger lager and hard cider that we ordered, which was most important. For main courses we selected pork schnitzel, a traditional dish, and rösti topped with chicken curry, an item popular in Switzerland but little known here. You've had something very much like rösti before — we call it hashed browns. The Swiss fry their shredded potatoes in butter for crispness, sometimes topping with bacon, cheese or various gravies. The potatoes in this version weren’t as crisp as many I’ve had, but the delicious curry more than made up for it. It was a Germanic curry, mild without a hint of heat, but flavorful with chunks of chicken, honeydew melon and cantaloupe. The sweet melon with chicken in mild sauce
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Tony P’s Dockside Grill The friendly service at Tony P’s creates a winning combination of gorgeous waterfront views and a feel-at-home vibe. Night owls and the happy-hour crowd flock to the sports-themed tavern, featuring a rotating list of 40 draught and 80 bottled beers from close to home and around the world. Weekend breakfasts are also a big draw, and the Dockside Room is perfect for business meetings and private parties. 4445 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey | (310) 8234534 | tonyps.com
Westside Happenings — Compiled by Chloe Jory Photo by Jorge M. Vargas, Jr.
May 10–11 Class of 2014
annual Exhibition CoMMEnCEMEnt
Tuesday: Liam Collins, head of YouTube Space L.A., speaks about techniques for cultivating creative communities in the latest installment of a lecture series hosted by UCLA’s IDEAS complex, 5865 S. Campus Center Drive, Playa Vista. A reception begins at 6:45 p.m. and the talk starts at 7:30 p.m., and attendance is free on a first-come, first-served basis. Before launching YouTube’s 41,000-square-foot Playa Vista production studios in 2011, Collins cut his creative teeth assisting Navy engineers with innovative designs for nuclearpowered submarines. Read The Argonaut’s April cover story about Collins and YouTube Space L.A. at argonautnews.com/creative-playground-2/. For more on the lecture series, visit aud.ucla.edu.
Thursday, May 8 Baby Time, 10 to 10:30 a.m. Story time for babies under a year old at the Santa Monica Public Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica. (310) 458-8600; smpl.org Grace Weber, Robert Avellanet, Joe Matzzie, and Celia Chavez, 7 p.m. Enjoy live indie, soul, pop, jazz and more. Also celebrate Joe Matzzie’s album release of “This Box Makes Noise” at Witzend, 1717 Lincoln Blvd., Venice. $10. (310) 305-4792; witzendlive.com “Artist’s Entrance” with Marty Axelrod, 8 to 10 p.m. Interview with Marty Axelrod and special performance by The Reinforcements band at the Talking Stick. Plenty of free parking, $15 at the door. 1411 Lincoln Blvd., Venice. (310) 450-6052.
Orientation, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Find out how you can make a difference in the life of an older adult! Learn about volunteer opportunities teaching courses, supporting local seniors, and more. Call today to register. 1527 4th Street, 3rd Floor, Conference Room, Santa Monica. (31) 394-9871 ext. 450. Diane Wakoski, 8 to 10 p.m. Diane Wakoski, frequently named among the foremost contemporary American poets, makes a rare appearance at Beyond Baroque to read her work. Hosted by Harry Northrup, general admission $10. 681 Venice Blvd., Venice. (310) 822-3006; beyondbaroque.org Female Fronted Fridays, 8 to 11 p.m. FFF features female musicians in any and all band positions and on the DJ decks on the 2nd Friday of each month at Good Hurt, 12249 Venice Blvd., Mar Vista. (310) 390-1076; goodhurt.com
Dream Hydra and John Brown, 9 p.m. The Ginger Daniels Band, Wild Ginger Enjoy reggae, dub and more at Good Hurt, Kitchen, Mark Knight and the Unsung 12249 Venice Blvd., Mar Vista. (310) Heroes, and Birdie Jones, 8 p.m. A 390-1076; goodhurt.com night of live music will be presented at TriP, 2101 Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica. Turtle Racing and The Mandrakes, 213-300-8107; tripsantamonica.com 9 p.m. Listen to rock covers and race a turtle on Thursdays at Brennan’s Pub, Dessy DiLauro’s Neo-Ragtime 4089 Lincoln Blvd., Marina del Rey. No Jamboree, 8:45 p.m. Return to the days cover. 21+. (310) 821-6622; brennanspubof the Harlem Renaissance with Dessy la.com DiLauro ’s blend of contemporary jazz and R&B with 1920s and 1930s ragtime and stride piano at Harvelle’s, 1432 4th St., Santa Monica. $10. 21+. (310) 395-1676; santamonica.harvelles.com WISE and Healthy Aging Volunteer
Friday, May 9
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wEEkEnd Exhibition of studEnt work saturday May 10, 10:00 am–9:00 pm sunday May 11, 10:00 am–2:00 pm
See work by graduates in Architecture/Landscape/Interiors Communication Arts: Advertising Design, Graphic Design, Illustration • Digital Media: Animation, Game & Entertainment Design, Motion Design • Fashion Design Fine Arts: Painting, Photography, Sculpture/New Genres Product Design • Toy Design • Graduate Public Practice Graduate Fine Arts
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Ben Maltz Gallery exhibition features work by 34 contemporary L.A. artists (through July 27).
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ROMA DOWNEY WILL BE OUR PROOF OF THE TRUTH GUEST SPEAKER
SUNDAY, MAY 18TH, 2014 â€˘ 1PM WORSHIP SERVICE
Touched by an Angel, The Bible & Son of God!
owney was cast in â€œTouched By an Angel,â€? a 1994 CBS pilot as Monica, an apprentice angel just promoted to caseworker, with Tess (the Rev. Dr. Della Reese Lett) as her advisor. The show was one of the few network series to openly affirm the existence of a deity, and to speak of God â€œhaving a planâ€? for the characters whose lives Downeyâ€™s angel affected. Her lilting Irish accent helped give the series a charming edge. Rev. Dr. Della Reese Lett is the founder of UP Church.
Sunday Services at 1:00 pm Meeting at First Lutheran Church, 600 W. Queen, Inglewood Church website: www.UPChurch.org
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NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL OF WESTCHESTER / PLAYA www.ncwpdr.org ELECTION DAY: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 18, 2014 at Westchester Municipal Building 7166 W. Manchester Avenue in Westchester CANDIDATE FORUM: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 15, 2014 at Westchester Municipal Building 7166 W. Manchester Avenue in Westchester
The election is open to any member of the community, who is at least 18 years of age on the date of the election and lives, works or owns property in Westchester (90045), Playa del Rey (90293) or Playa Vista (90094). According to the election procedures approved by the City of Los Angeles, voters must verify their stakeholder status by providing acceptable documentation. Every voter planning to vote in the election must bring with them to the polling location proof of stakeholder status, such as driverâ€™s license, utility bill, property tax statement, pay stub, business tax registration certificate or other documentation that proves they live, work or own property in the Neighborhood Council of Westchester/Playa area. Those who do not provide this proof will be given a provisional ballot, which will not be counted until stakeholder status can be verified.
MarinaFest 2014 Dozens of sail and power yachts, several classic yachts, human powered recreational craft and more will be on display at MarinaFest 2014. The one-day event takes place Saturday, May 17, at Burton W. Chace Park in Marina del Rey. Attendees can peek inside boats, peruse land displays by local vendors and organizations, and enjoy a free water bus tour of the harbor, with stops at two local yacht clubs. Admission is free. “Seasoned boaters can board and compare other vessels, and it’s also an opportunity to introduce the Marina del Rey harbor and boating lifestyle to those who may have never set foot on the water”, says longtime Marina del Rey resident, classic yacht enthusiast and Marinafest event committee member Christine Rohde. Over 40 sail and power craft will be showcased by local yacht brokerages mostly in Marina del Rey, including Bob Koepple Yacht Sales, Cardel Yachts, Commodore Yacht Sales, International Marine and show sponsors Blue Pacific Boating, Catalina Yacht Anchorage, Cruising Yachts Unlimited, Denison Yacht Sales, Naos Yacht Sales, and Yacht Exchange.
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MarinaFest 2014 Among the sail and power craft on display in-water will be the Tartan 101 and Fantail; Hunter models 33, 45, 45 center cockpit, and 49; Jeanneau 34.2, 42 Deck Salon, and 49; Beneteau Oceans 38, Lagoon 400, and GT 44. Also on display will be a J 105, a Lien Hwa 47 cockpit motor yacht, a Mediterranean 38 sport fisherman, and Open 570, and a 41’ Chris Craft Commander.
“Old Fashioned Day in the Park” annually at the end of July, also at Burton W. Chace Park.
Water taxi tours of Marina del Rey Harbor on Saturday, May 17
Locally manufactured ʻpocket cruiserʼ West Wight Potter model 19 - Sport Custom
Classic Yacht Association will showcase a vintage 48ʼ Chris Craft
Classic Yacht Association will be bring several vintage yachts to the show, including a 48’ Chris Craft Catalina, one of only 24 built in 1950, and Hel-Port II, a Nicholas Porter designed sport fisher built by Fellows & Stewart in 1937. Dedicated to restoration, preservation and maintenance of power-driven pleasure craft, Classic Yacht Association produces the annual
Among the last boat manufacturers in Southern California, International Marine will display West Wight Potter models 19 Sport Custom and the experimental West Wight Sportster. Specializing in pocket cruisers, the U.S.-built West Wight Potter brand celebrates 50 years this summer.
Del Rey yacht club SCYA 2013
Summer Lasts Longer at Del Rey Yacht Club
Yacht Club of the Year
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Cruises to our Cat Harbor facility • 10 cruises annually, local and extended • Powerboating • 60 years of racing Angler group and events • Junior Racing Program Educational seminars: boating, fishing, safety, & more Weekly social events: Make friends! Social and boating memberships
Celebrating Our 62
Participating local organizations and vendors will include Action Water Sports, Avalon Marina, Blue Water Sailing, C.C. Marine Service, LAX Coastal Area Chamber of Commerce, California Yacht Club, Del Rey Yacht Club, First Bank, Glenn Paddle Board, Hagerty Marine Insurance, Marina del Rey Historical Society, Mare Co Sails, Hornblower Cruises, Marina del Rey Convention and Visitors Bureau, Marina del Rey Sportfishing, Pacific Sailing, Pacific Mariners Yacht Club, S & K Dive / Windward Yacht Center, Santa Catalina Island Resort Services, Santa Monica Bay Restoration Society, and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
Grand dining room, lounges, bars and banquet facilities overlooking Marina del Rey harbor Private club facility at Cat Harbor, Catalina Island Slips for boats of all sizes; Secure parking Swimming pool and outdoor dining patio
Explore the variety of boating and social activities available to you at this first class yacht club.
moorings at cat Harbor, catalina island
angler grouP and events
Los Angeles County Fire Department’s boat will be at the MarinaFest event from 1 P.M. to 2 P.M. Also visiting the show will be the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department vessel,
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MarinaFest 2014 “Tradition”. Tradition is a 47' offshore patrol boat that is powered by a pair of powerful Cummins 405 HP engines. With onboard fuel of 600 gallons, the useful range is up 350 nautical miles. Designed for extended stay operations, Tradition is able to provide support for a variety of both law enforcement and search & rescue missions.
Topping the list of pricey marine-related merchandise are the 44 new state-of-the art slips, made possible by the Chace Park Dock Replacement project, partially funded by a $1.3 million grant from National Boating Infrastructure Grant (BIG) program, administered by California State Parks, Division of Boating and Waterways. The project replaces 35 outdated transient boat
slips and adds 300 feet of side-ties to accommodate the largest visiting vessels. Event venue Burton W. Chace Park offers multi-purpose rooms, picnic tables, barbecues, pergolas, picnic shelters, outdoor programs, great harbor viewing areas, and a guest dock. The park hosts weekly walking and fitness clubs, a senior recreation program, movie nights, and the well-attended Marina del Rey Summer Concerts, bringing live classical and popular music on
eight summer evenings. Burton W. Chace Park is located at 13650 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey CA 90292 (two blocks west of Lincoln Boulevard). Parking is available at the park itself, or in County Lot #4, 13500 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey CA, 90292. Additional parking is nearby at County Lot #5, 4545 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey (at Bali Way). The 63’ Manta, built in 1944 as a Navy high speed rescue boat for downed pilots, will be on display. Manta was eventually acquired by the Sea Scouts, based in Marina del Rey. Affiliated with Boy Scouts of America, Sea Scouts offer youths ages 14 to 21 an opportunity to get involved with boating. Weekly meetings are Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M at the Sea Base in Marina del Rey. Information, 310-781-0592 or 310-505-8285. Pacific Mariners Yacht Club will be hosting an open house on the day of the event. Guests visit PMYC by riding on the Waterbus Tour. The club is located at 13915 Panay Way, Marina del Rey. Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club will also be hosting an all day open house event, with free sailboat rides hourly from 12-5, and several excursions on the Emerald, brought to the event by the Challenger Foundation. SMWYCs open house hours are from 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. with band and food starting at 4 P.M. Santa Monica Windjammers Yacht Club is at 13589 Mindanao Way, Marina del Rey (310) 827-7692.
Los Angeles County Sheriffʼs Department patrol boat “Tradition”
Attendees can enjoy a free tour of Marina del Rey Harbor, with a stop at a local yacht club and some narrated harbor history. The tours operate between 10 A.M. and 5 P.M, are approximately one hour, and leave from Burton Chace Park. Early sign-up is recommended due to limited capacity on the waterbus craft. Burton W. Chace Park, Marina del Rey
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Marina Venice Yacht Club offers you social events, sailing, boating, cruising, social events. Make lasting friendships. Marina del Rey waterfront club house, lounge, bar, monthly concerts, theme dinners, dancing, birthday parties, talks and lectures. We’re in Marina City Club, 4333 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey.
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Marina del Rey Ocean View Home
“This four-story custom home, with four bedrooms and six baths, has sensational rooftop views of the ocean,” say agents Peter and Ty Bergman. “Located on one of the Silver Strand’s most coveted streets, the home has exquisite landscaping and fountains. Southfacing French doors open to balconies on every level. The master bedroom has eight-foot French doors to its own balcony, and the master bath features dual sinks, a steam shower, and walk-in closet. There are four other bedrooms, each with its own bath. The large living room, with rich dark wood flooring, has a step up to the dining room, and the family room leads to a gourmet kitchen with a center island. Take the elevator to the rooftop deck and enjoy the fabulous views.”
The property is offered at $3,199,000. Information, Peter and Ty Bergman, Bergman Beach Properties, (310) 821-2900.
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Playa del Rey Home "This three-bedroom residence is in a beach area with a true community feel," says agent Erik Flexner. "It features a beautifully landscaped backyard, freshly done hardwood floors, custom cabinetry and lighting and fireplace. Enjoy treetop views from the kitchen, dining area and living room. Open space created by vaulted ceilings and large windows. Master bedroom opens up to a private backyard." The property is offered at $949,000. Information,Erik Flexner, Coldwell Banker, (310) 422-2278.
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“This two story penthouse in the prestigious Avalon complex is just steps away from Concert Park, Coffee Bean, and Farmer’s Market,” says agent Kim Williamson. “Two spacious bedrooms, three baths, high ceilings, travertine tile in kitchen and bathrooms, and bluff views from the balcony, make this a rare gem. The living room has a fireplace, a media center, wood blinds. Parking for two cars, basic cable and high speed internet, The CenterPointe Club pool, gym and Playa Vista parks are all included.” The property is offered for lease at $3,300/month. Information, Williamson & Pagan, RE/MAX Estate Properties, 310-678-6650.
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“This charming three-bedroom, 1.75-bath home is just four blocks from the beach,” says agent Jane St. John. “Beautiful hardwood floors highlight the open mirrored living/dining area with a fireplace. The bright kitchen has new appliances, granite counters and a breakfast bar, and opens out, through shuttered windows and sliders, to a private tiered deck, grassy yard and patio.” The property is offered at $889,000. Information, Jane St. John, RE/MAX Estate Properties, (310) 577-5300 x301.
City, Mountain and Harbor Views
“This remodeled three bedroom, two bath unit, with floor-toceiling windows, has an open floor plan and rich Medici oak hardwood floors throughout,” says agent Charles Lederman. “The kitchen features stainless appliances and custom cabinetry. The master bath offers an over-sized shower, while the second bath has a European style tub/shower. Enjoy all amenities of Marina City Club including executive gym, free classes, swimming pools, tennis, paddle tennis and racquet ball courts, gourmet restaurant and bar and more, all within easy walking distance of the beach and many restaurants.” The property is offered at $678,000. Information, Charles Lederman, Marina City Realty (310) 821-8980.
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“This charming home, in prime Sunset Park, sits on a large lot, with a detached garage/bonus game or workout room,” says agent Roya Rashti. “With great indoor and outdoor entertaining space, this home has vaulted ceilings, and skylights in the master bath, plus a professional cook’s kitchen. The second bedroom has a sleeping loft, and there are hardwood floors throughout. Lots of natural light and ocean breezes, and close to the beach, shopping and restaurants.” The property is offered at $1,399,000. Information, Roya Rashti, Keller Williams Marina/LA, (310) 780-4001.
Marina del Rey Townhome
“This beautifully remodeled two-bedroom, three-bath townhome is just blocks from the beach,” says agent Pam Ross. “The west-facing unit enjoys ocean breezes, and is light and bright, with a private patio. There is an upstairs den/office with closet space, and the cook’s kitchen has quartz countertops, custom cabinets and stainless appliances. Restaurants, Farmer’s Market, great shopping and all that the Marina has to offer, are all within walking distance.” The property is offered at $749,000. Information, Pam Ross, Coldwell Banker, Venice/Marina del Rey, (424) 280-7400, x2298.
Culver City Condo
“This sunny and private top floor condo lies in the heart of beautiful Lakeside Village,” says agent Stephanie Younger. “This spacious one-bedroom unit provides gorgeous tree top views. The updated kitchen shines with quartz countertops and updated cabinetry, and there is plenty of storage. With only one common wall and a great location, this unit is a peaceful retreat. Lakeside Village has park-like grounds, streams, lakes, pools, spas, gym, clubhouse, BBQ area, 24-hour guard gated entry, and guest parking, all close to shops, restaurants, the bike path, and downtown Culver City.” The property is offered at $299,000. Information, Stephanie Younger, Teles Properties, (424) 203-1828.
“This one bedroom unit has unobstructed city and mountain views, hardwood floors, and stainless steel appliances,” says agent Eileen McCarthy. “Enjoy all the amenities that Marina City Club has to offer: six tennis courts, fitness center, pools, tennis and racquetball courts, restaurants, beauty salon, 24-hour security, and proximity to the beach and local restaurants.” The property is offered at $379,900. Information, Eileen McCarthy, RE/MAX Estate Properties, (310) 822-8910.
“This three-bedroom, two-bath home has preserved its original character and architectural details, with up-to-date amenities for today’s lifestyle,” says agent Nanci Edwards. “The large living room has a coved ceiling, hardwood floors and a fireplace, and there is a spacious formal dining room. The sunny kitchen has a custom breakfast nook and stainless appliances. There is a gorgeous spa tub in the large master suite.” The property is offered at $869,000. Information, Nanci Edwards, The Real Estate Consultants, (310) 645-7785.
Silver Strand Home
“This impeccably renovated home has panoramic canal views,” “With an amazing new price, this home is sure to please, with says agent Debra Berman. “The grand entry level has an overoriginal details, traditional charm, and a detached guest studio sized en-suite bedroom, and opens to the private yard with diwith a kitchenette and bath,” say agents Kevin and Kaz Gallarect access to the four-car garage. The open plan living area her. “The spacious living room, with its gleaming hardwood has hardwood floors throughout. The master retreat has sliding floors and wood-burning fireplace, has an adjacent formal dinglass doors to a private balcony with canal views, as well as his/ ing room. The kitchen is sunny, with tile counters, lots of storhers baths and walk-in closets. The top level has rooftop deck age and a cook-top island. Four generous bedrooms, two stylish baths and a family room complete the very comfortable floor-plan.” The property is offered at access as well as an extra room and bath.” The property is offered at $3,150,000. Information, Berman Kandel, RE/MAX Estate Properties, (310) 424-5512. $829,000. Information, Kevin & Kaz Gallaher, RE/MAX Execs, (310) 410-9777.
Keller Williams Pacific Playa Lends a Hand In an effort to improve the image and environment of Good Shepherd Shelter, a local domestic violence shelter, Keller Williams Realty Pacific Playa (KWRPP) gathered friends and family on Saturday, April 19, 2014 for Red Day Painting, beautifying two levels of the common area of the facility. Featured in an exposé on NBC 4 News, highlighting the plight of the women and children who flee domestic violence, the shelter has provided a
safe place for women and children for over 100 years. “We have supported this amazing shelter in prior years with donations for the families as they leave, and this year, we took on improving the facilities,” states Mack. “We believe that a safe home is key to the well-being of a family, and we delight in helping people find the right home at the right time.” Information, Keller Williams Realty Pacific Playa, (310) 256-3040.
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Saturday, May 10 Giant Garage Sale, Car Wash, and Bake Sale, 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. Support Westchester Boy Scout Troop 927 with a car wash, delicious baked goods, and a giant garage sale that includes musical instruments, bikes, toys, clothing, electronics and more! Tell your friends and neighbors; items drop-off from 5 to 7:30 pm on Friday at Covenant Presbyterian Church, 6323 W 80th St., Westchester.
The Kentwood Players return to action next week with a staging of Agatha Christie’s murder mystery “The Hollow,” which premieres on May 16 at the Westchester Playhouse, 8301 Hindry Ave., Westchester. Written by Christie in 1951 and based on her 1946 book, the play's action occurs roughly 20 minutes outside of London in the garden room of Sir Henry Angkatell’s estate known as "The Hollow." Angkatell's wife Lucy has invited several people for a weekend, but when a guest turns up dead, Inspector Colquhoun and Detective Sergeant Penny arrive to solve the case. In typical Christie fashion, the murderer’s identity and motive are revealed via a Byzantine path littered with twists, turns and red herrings. “The Hollow” continues at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays through June 21. Tickets are $18 to $20. Call (310) 645-5156 or visit kentwoodplayers.org.
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A hero’s injustice ‘Ajax in Iraq,’ a play about sexual violence in the military, opens tonight in Santa Monica By Michael Aushenker A “friendly fire” sexual violence situation is the essence of Ellen McLaughlin’s topical “Ajax in Iraq,” in which a female soldier is violated by her commanding officer while fighting the Iraq War. “Ajax” refers to the Trojan War hero of Greek mythology, who suffers from battlefield posttraumatic stress disorder. The pairing connects contemporary issues with those that have existed in wars throughout history. “It covers war and civilization, and how much it has and has not changed,” said John FarmaneshBocca, the play’s director and choreographer of “Ajax in Iraq.” While tonight’s staging at the Miles Memorial Playhouse marks the Westside debut of “Ajax in Iraq,” this is not the first time McLaughlin’s play has been staged in Southern California. In the fall of 2012, a production was mounted at Cal State Long Beach, also by FarmaneshBocca. Farmanesh-Bocca trained at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts before serving as directing fellow at The Juilliard School’s Drama division from 2003 to 2005. He now serves as guest faculty at Tisch School’s Classical Studio. Farmanesh-Bocca credits Joanne Gordon, former artistic director at Cal State Long Beach Theatre Dept., for introducing him to the piece. “It was overwhelming at first,
but beautiful,” Farmanesh-Bocca said. Ajax” was originally performed at Harvard-American Repertory Theatre. Farmanesh-Bocca knew a few former students in that production and called them. “What they told me made me feel like I had the freedom to do the version of the play I wanted to do,” he said. In Long Beach the play was so well accepted, said FarmaneshBocca, “they decided to invite a lot of the veterans from neighboring VA hospital. It kind of brought the whole experience full-circle.” His play, in fact, melds two spheres: the Greek classical world and a modern-day story derived from actual interviews with Iraq veterans. And at least three high-profile recent news items regarding such superior/ subordinate abuse between military personnel — including the transgressions of General David Petraeus that led to his resignation as C.I.A. director and the case against Lt. Col. Jay Morse, the Army’s former top sexual assault prosecutor accused of groping a former colleague — have given McLaughlin’s material unintended topicality. “I was like, My God! Look what’s going on! It’s not diminishing, it’s growing!” Farmanesh-Bocca said. “Only 1/5th of abuses are reported, and how many of those are taken seriously?” Farmanesh-Bocca’s said his
“Ajax in Iraq” finds parallels between modern and ancient wounds of warfare
production “amps up the visual and athleticism to the level of almost a sporting event. They’re military, they’re warriors.” Because of the subject matter, Farmanesh-Bocca found it imperative to cast young men in the key military roles. So he carried over three young actors from his Cal State Long Beach production: Jonathan Wong, a Marine presently in active duty; Chelsea Brynd and Brandon Hitchcock. The play also stars Aaron Hendry, Emma Bell and
Courtney Munch. While there’s a risk that adding an acrobatic element to this serious piece may unintentionally trivialize the play’s sensitive topic, Farmanesh-Bocca considers his approach a way to push the story forward. “If you give the audience something they can’t take their eyes off of, they can’t look away. It creates something ineffable. We try to give it the appropriate gravity.” Ultimately, Farmanesh-Bocca relishes breaking in a relatively
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Much of ‘Chef,’ opening Friday, takes place in Venice and Santa Monica By Michael Aushenker After hitting box-office heights with “Elf” and two “Iron Man” movies and big-budget lows with “Zathura” and “Cowboys & Aliens,” filmmaker-actor Jon Favreau returns to his indie-film roots with “Chef” — a microbudgeted feature in which the Westside figures prominently. “Chef,” which co-stars Bobby Cannavale, John Leguizamo, Dustin Hoffman, and Favreau’s “Iron Man 2” stars Robert
Downey, Jr. and Scarlet Johansson, chronicles Favreau as Carl Casper, complacent star chef at Hoffman’s Brentwood restaurant, who gets fired after engaging in a Twitter battle with a food blogger. Several twists later, Casper reconnects with his passion for cooking and with his young son by running a food truck. Set in L.A., Miami and New Orleans, “Chef” shows Casper renting a Venice apartment and bonding with son at Third
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Street Promenade. The Brig on Abbott Kinney Boulevard appears often in the background — including at Venice’s monthly First Fridays event, where Roy Choi’s Kogi truck, progenitor of L.A.’s gourmet food truck craze, appears. Although Choi, a producer on “Chef,” taught Favreau some food truck protocol, Favreau said he trained for his role with an instructor from Santa Monica’s Art Institute of California. During a Monday night
screening at L.A. Film School, Favreau described “Chef,” which opens in limited release tomorrow, as a return to the likes of his 2001 film “Made” and the iconic 1996 film “Swingers.” “For me creatively, it couldn’t be a more satisfying experience,” he said. Favreau, who financed the movie himself, lamented the current Hollywood atmosphere that eschews small- and middlebudgeted films for expensive spectacles.
Despite its small production values, “Chef” does rely on one special effect: conveying Twitter correspondence key to the storyline, as well as portraying Facebook, Vine and YouTube. Employing the trademark bird logo for these tweets, Favreau said there was “no clearance needed for Twitter. With new media, they are not trying to ª control the content.” email@example.com
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Because he is so in-demand, works alone and has only so much time, Never now tends to accept only passion projects. His dream gig: he would fly to North Carolina “in a heartbeat” to paint NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt somewhere. Samakow was initially skeptical about Never’s monochromatic “Touch of Venice.” “But, again he was right. The black and white added to its standing out from other murals,” said Samakow, who credits the piece with helping to revitalize the nightlife scene near Windward Circle. The muralist just finished another Venice piece this week: St. Mark at Speedway and Zephyr Court, commissioned by General Real Estate (his Dennis Hopper client). Next up for Never: a Long Beach Floyd’s,
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PUBLIC NOTICES ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No. NS028605 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. e petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the naPetition of Maya St. Mark, for Change of Name. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 1.) Petitioner: Maya St. Mark filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: a.) Maya St. Mark to Maya O’Mahony 2.) THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why thme changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date: 05/02/14. Time: 8:30 AM. Dept.: 527 Room: N/A. The address of the court is 275 Magnolia Ave., Long Beach, CA. 90806. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: The Argonaut. Original filed: March 17, 2014. Ross M. Klein, Judge of the Superior Court. PUBLISH: The Argonaut 03/27/14, 04/03/14, 04/10/14 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE OF NAME Case No. PL14C0038CA SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES. Petition of Isla Grace Stewart, for Change of Name. TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: 1.) Jason Brady Petitioner: Heather Dolan filed a petition with this court for a decree changing names as follows: a.) Isla Grace Stewart to Isla Grace Dolan 2.) THE COURT ORDERS that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the name changes described above must file a written objection that includes the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the court may grant the petition without a hearing. NOTICE OF HEARING: Date:05/29/2014. Time:10:00 AM. Dept.: Room: . The address of the court is 52 Obery Street Suite 1130 Playmouth, MA 02360. A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the petition in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county: The Argonaut. Original filed:April 29th, 2014. Catherin P. Sabaitis, First Justice of Court. PUBLISH: The Argonaut, 5/8/2014, 5/15/2014, 5/22/2014, 5/29/2014.
NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY City of Los Angeles, California – Los Angeles World Airports Draft EIR - Runway 6L-24R and Runway 6R-24L RSA and Associated Improvements Project THE FOLLOWING IS A NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY FOR THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (EIR) FOR THE RUNWAY 6L-24R AND RUNWAY 6R-24L RUNWAY SAFETY AREA (RSA) AND ASSOCIATED IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT AT LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (LAX) AND NOTIFICATION OF A RELATED PUBLIC WORKSHOP. PROJECT LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION: LAWA has prepared a projectlevelDraft EIR for the Runway 6L-24R and Runway 6R-24L RSA and Associated Improvements Project (proposed Project), pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The proposed Project is located in the North Airfield of Los Angeles International Airport. The proposed Project would include: (1) Runway 6L-24R and Runway 6R-24L RSA Improvements including implementation of declared distances, relocation of airport service roads, covering a portion of the Argo Ditch, closure of LAWA equipment parking areas, relocation of security gates, relocation of a portion of the Air Operations Area (AOA) fence, and realignment of taxiway holdbars; (2)Pavement Reconstruction of the eastern portion of Runway 6L-24R; and; (3) Pavement reconstruction of Taxiway AA and realignment of taxiway holdbars, markings, and lighting on Taxiways Y, Z, and AA. The proposed Project would not result in increased or decreased aviation activity at LAX compared to existing conditions. SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PROJECT: Implementation of the proposed Project is expected to result in significant and unavoidable impacts related to air quality and human health riskduring construction activities. There is also the potential for a significant cumulative noise impact during construction. These impacts, however, are short-term and temporary and would not occur during operations of the proposed Project. PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENT: LAWA plans to release the Runway 6L24R and Runway 6R-24L RSA and Associated Improvements Project Draft EIR for public review on Thursday, May 8, 2014, and it will be available for review and comments until Monday, June 9, 2014. The Draft EIR will be available for review at LAWA and at the public libraries listed below. The document will also be available for review at LAWA’s website, www.ourlax.org. Comments can be submitted in any of the following ways: (1) written comments submitted at the public workshop (details below); (2) written comments submitted online at www.ourlax.org; or (3) written comments submitted to the following address: Los Angeles World Airports, Capital Programming and Planning Land Use and Entitlement Section – Attention: Evelyn Y. Quintanilla One World Way, Suite 218, Los Angeles, CA 90045 Comments must be received by LAWA no later than 5:00 p.m., Pacific Time, Monday, June 9, 2014. REVIEW OF DOCUMENTS: The Runway 6L-24R and Runway 6R-24L RSA and Associated Improvements Project Draft EIR is available for review at the locations listed below. Review days and times vary by location. The documents can also be viewed at www.ourlax.org. - LAWA Administrative Offices, One World Way, Suite 218, Los Angeles, CA 90045 - Westchester-Loyola Village Branch Library, 7114 W. Manchester Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90045 - Playa Vista Branch Library, 6400 Playa Vista Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90094 - Inglewood Library, 101 W. Manchester Blvd., Inglewood, CA 90301 - El Segundo Library, 111 W. Mariposa Ave., El Segundo, CA 90245 PUBLIC WORKSHOP: A public workshop will be held by LAWA to afford interested parties the opportunity to review and inquire about the Draft EIR in addition to the opportunity to submit written comments as described above. Comments on Draft EIR will be accepted at the public workshop. No decisions on the project will be made at the public workshop. The public workshop and parking facilities are wheelchair accessible. Sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, and other auxiliary aids and/or services may be provided, if requested a minimum of 72-hours prior to the public workshop, by calling the LAX Stakeholder Liaison Office at (800) 919-3766. The workshop will be held as follows: When: Thursday, May22, 2014, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Where: Flight Path Learning Center, 6661 West Imperial Highway, Los Angeles, CA 90045 For further information or questions regarding this project, contact Evelyn Y. Quintanilla, Project Manager at (424) 646-5188. Si necesitaasistencia en Español, por favor comuníquese con Evelyn Y. Quintanilla al (424) 646-5188. 5/8/14 CNS-2618337# THE ARGONAUT
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