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Famed Salsa legend and Hollywood choreographer turned mega event planner Albert Torres has died. Torres who grew up between New York and Puerto Rico told Downtown Weekly in a recent interview that as a kid he once swayed away from his Latino heritage until fate led him to his mother’s record collection of Salsa hits....
Blame It On The Rain The Los Angeles Rams and the Los Angeles Chargers are truly Angelinos with the announcement the $2.6 billion Inglewood stadium will be delayed another year. The stadium will open in 2020, which means the Super Bowl will be pushed back to 2022. Super Bowl LV will now be played in...
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Well, we tried to tell em, things we’re about to get ugly. Although we have to admit, we couldn’t have possibly predicted the turn of events that have occurred since the vote, but then, who could? Headlines from previous articles from local newspapers read, “Downtown Divided…” But that was just the tip of the iceberg...
The post The Fight for Skid Row Part 2: What’s Done is Done? appeared first on Downtown Weekly LA.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday, which is currently observed every year on the last Monday of May is being celebrated all week long in DTLA! And for good reason..,. 10. Center Theatre Group’s 50th Anniversary...
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By Antonio Pacheco Californian practice Hanson LA Architecture has revealed new renderings depicting the firm’s master plan for the City Market of Los Angeles complex in the Fashion District neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. The multi-phase project aims to ultimately bring 945 residential units, a 210-key hotel, 225,000-square feet of retail, a restaurant, and entertainment venues—including...
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