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ment in Los Angeles. Outlined into four distinct time periods, each is defined by an important immigration law and/or event, accompanied by a description and a personal story about a local Chinese American and their experiences in that particular historical period. El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument 124 Paseo de la Plaza, (213) 485-8372 or elpueblo.lacity. org. Ongoing: The whole of El Pueblo is called a “monument,” and of the 27 historic buildings, four function as museums: the Avila Adobe, the city’s oldest house; the Sepulveda House, home to exhibits and the Visitors Center; the Fire House Museum, which houses late 19th-century firefighting equipment; and the Masonic Hall, which boasts Masonic memorabilia. Check the website for a full slate of fiestas. Open daily, though hours at shops and halls vary. FIDM Museum FIDM, second floor, 919 S. Grand Ave., (213) 624-1200 or fidmmuseum.org.

Ongoing: “Accessories from The Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection” surveys footwear, fans, gloves, purses and hats. Grammy Museum L.A. Live, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., (213) 765-6800 or grammymuseum.org. Through Fall: “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” explores the intersection of popular music and the National Pastime. Through Sept. 2: A boy band beloved by some and reviled by others gets another moment in the spotlight in “Backstreet Boys: The Experience.” Ongoing: “360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story” provides an in-depth look at all aspects of Columbia Records’ history and offers a virtual history of the music industry from its infancy, tracing the label’s pivotal technological as well as business innovations, including its invention of the LP. Ongoing: White sequined gloves and other wardrobe pieces are the focal point of the exhibit case paying tribute to the life and legacy of Michael Jackson. Ongoing: “Roland Live” is a permanent installation courtesy of the electronic musical instrument maker, Roland Corpo-

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213.598.7555 LEGAL FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2019 146413 The following individual(s) is (are) doing business as: (1) PIZZA BANDIT, 6201 WHITTIER BLVD. #6, LOS ANGELES, CA 90022 LA COUNTY, are hereby registered by the following registrants: (1) PIZZA BANDIT LLC, 6201 WHITTIER BLVD. #6, LOS ANGELES, CA 90022. This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. Registrant(s) began to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above: 05/2019 This statement was filed with DEAN C. LOGAN, Los Angeles County Clerk on May 24, 2019. NOTICE—This fictitious name statement expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the county clerk.

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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). Pub. 6/24, 7/1, 7/8 and 7/15.

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILE NO. 2019 173674 The following person(s) is (are) doing business as: (1) BOMB BAE, 375 E. 2nd St #213, Los Angeles, CA 90012 LA COUNTY are hereby registered by the following registrants: LEIGH HOPKINS, 375 E. 2ND ST #213, LOS ANGELES, CA 90012. This business is conducted by an Individual. Registrant(s) started to transact business under the fictitious business name or names listed above: 06/2019. This statement was filed with DEAN C. LOGAN, Los Angeles County Clerk on June 20, 2019. 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). Pub. 7/1, 7/8, 7/15 and 7/22.

ANNOUNCEMENTS OBITUARY RIBOLI, STEFANO GIUSEPPE It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Stefano Riboli, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, and the beloved patriarch of San Antonio Winery. He passed peacefully at his home surrounded by family on July 3 and went to be with our Lord at the age of 97. Stefano was born in Los Angeles on September 8, 1921 and lived there until his parents returned to Italy when he was three years old. He was raised in the small mountain village of Berzo San Fermo, just north of Bergamo, Italy. As a young boy in Berzo, Stefano grew up a shepherd boy herding “Alpina” brown cows in beautiful Alpine mountain pastures during the spring and summer months. It was in these mountains that Stefano’s passion for all animals blossomed. He was a lover of nature and all things big and small. At the age of 16, Stefano was given the opportunity to live the “American Dream” and was sponsored by his uncle Santo Cambianica to come and work at what was then the very small San Antonio Winery that Santo founded in 1917 located in the community of Lincoln Heights, the center of the Italian community. Uncle Santo had no children and mentored and nurtured Stefano like a son. Stefano’s deep faith in God, humanity, and kindness toward all people came from the examples set

ration. The exhibit gives visitors a chance to participate in the music-making process by playing a wide variety of products, from V-Drums and BOSS pedals to VIMA keyboards and the MV-8800 Production Studio. Ongoing: “Shining Like A National Guitar” references both Paul Simon and the celebrated six-string company known for their metallic resonators. Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles 901 E. Third St. or hauserwirth.com. Through Aug. 11: Geometric patterns and lush color schemes come together in an exhibition of Guillermo Kuitca’s paintings. Through Aug. 11: David Hammons’ new exhibition features a collection of site-specific installations and sculptures. Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles 1717 E. Seventh St., (310) 284-8100 or theicala.org. Through July 21: Lucas Blalock: An Enormous Oar” features scenes of daily life and still objects created by the multimedia artist.

by his Uncle Santo. After the Second World War Stefano met his wife Maddalena on her family’s farm in Chino, California. It was love at first sight and they married in 1946, settling down to raise a family a few blocks away from the winery. Throughout their 73 years together, they raised three children (all of whom work at the winery), helped raise numerous grandchildren (many of whom work at the winery), and together have been the driving force behind the winery’s success. Their love for each other was beyond words and they were a great example of teamwork and commitment, always supporting each other’s decisions whether at home or at work. Stefano was an integral part of the success of the San Antonio Winery. His countless hours of hard work, love, and dedication with his lifelong love, Maddalena, is the reason for the winery’s prosperity today. Throughout their lifetime they witnessed their small neighborhood winery transform into the 2018 “American Winery of the Year”, by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Stefano was fondly referred to as Papa Steve. He always welcomed everyone with a smiling face, a glass of wine, and an amazing recollection of names, history, and a colorful story about his early days in Italy and the winery. His unmatched wit, preciseness, generosity, and charm instantly drew everyone to him. His warmth and kindness kept them coming back. For decades, longtime patrons visited the winery just to see him. He loved spending every day at the place he called

home, while making it feel like home for his loyal customers and his new ones; he always made time for everyone. A dedicated family man, Stefano is survived by his three children: Santo (Joan), Cathy (Nino), and Steve (Sindee), who run the winery today. He leaves behind many grandchildren: Anthony, Steve, Lisa, Michael, Jennifer, David, Dante, Blake, Christopher, and Alex. And he is also survived by seven great-grandchildren. Stefano left an indelible mark on his family and his community that will never be forgotten. His legacy will live on forever in everyone’s hearts and in the soul of the winery and the city he loved. As Stefano would always say, “Sempre Avanti”, just keep moving forward no matter what challenges life brings you. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Saint Peter’s Italian Catholic Church in memory of Stefano Riboli. Donations can be made at https://stpeteritalianchurchla.org/ or for assistance call 323-225-8119. The Riboli Family Service Details Date: Monday July 22, 2019 Location: Saint Peter’s Italian Catholic Church Address: 1039 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012 Viewing: 9:30 am – 10:30am Mass: 10:30am – 12:00pm Condolences and Small Bites: 12:00pm – 1:30pm Burial: Family Only Please be aware that parking will be limited. Complimentary shuttle service will be provided from the parking lots below to and from Saint Peter’s Church or San Antonio Winery

Legal Advertisement MORLIN ASSET MANAGEMENT, LP, a Delaware Limited Partnership as Agent for the JOINT MANAGEMENT COUNCIL, an unincorporated association, will receive qualifications packages from general contractors wishing to become pre-qualified for an available bidding opportunity at Los Angeles Union Station. It is the intent of this Joint Management Council to select a firm that will provide construction services at Los Angeles Union Station at the best overall value. In order to be fully considered for prequalification and subsequent bidding opportunities, please proceed to the RFIQ questionnaire at: https://forms.gle/M5EEA4EKeKExKfATA. Completed forms are due on or before close of business by July 24, 2019. Submissions received after 5:00pm on July 24, 2019 will be rejected.

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Stefano’s Celebration of Life Location: San Antonio Winery Address: 737 Lamar St. Los Angeles, CA 90031 Time: 4:00pm – 8:00pm Please RSVP with Maria Zavala or Maria Duarte MZavala@RiboliWines.com – Mduarte@RiboliWines. com Parking and Transportation are within 1 mile of St. Peter’s Church or the San Antonio Winery 1. Parking at Grace Hall, 150

North Ave 19. Provided by Young Nak Church. 2. 1819 Barranca Street. Provided by Young Nak Church. 3. 420 Bernard Street. 1 block from St. Peter’s Church Transportation: Shuttle service will be available from 8:30am – 8:30pm San Antonio Winery will be closed for business on July 22 in Memory of Stefano Riboli.

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