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Stow beating. On June 20, he
Ramirez ‘upset’ over was sentenced to 10 months in
prison for violating his parole,
with a commissioner ruling that
mistaken arrest in beating Ramirez had access to a weapon
that was found in the apartment
where he was arrested.
He is serving his sentence at a
FROM CITY NEWS SERVICE set,” Giovanni Ramirez said suspect in the beating of Bryan prison in San Diego.
The man originally arrested in a July 29 statement released Stow in a Dodger Stadium park- Last week, Ramirez was exon-
— but later exonerated — in through his attorney, Jose Rome- ing lot. Attorneys and relatives of erated in the Stow case, with Los
connection with the opening-day ro. “Not for myself but for the Ramirez insisted, however, that Angeles police arresting two oth-
beating of a San Francisco Giants grief and embarrassment that my he was not involved in the beat- er suspects — Louis Sanchez, 29,
fan outside Dodger Stadium said friends, family and loved ones ing and was not even at Dodger and Marvin Norwood, 30. They
from prison today he was “upset” have been put through.” Stadium that day. were charged last week with
over what he and his family have Ramirez was arrested May Ramirez, 31, remained jailed mayhem, assault by means likely
been put through since his arrest. 22 in east Hollywood and was on a parole hold but was never to produce great bodily injury
“More than anything I’m up- labeled by police as the prime charged in connection with the and battery with serious bodily
injury, all felonies, according to
the District Attorney’s Ofﬁce.
Sanchez is also charged with two
misdemeanor counts of battery
stemming from another alleged
run-in the same day, when he al-
legedly attacked another man and
Giovanni Ramirez, the man woman, according to the criminal
originally arrested by Los complaint.
Angeles police in connec- In announcing their arrests,
tion with the assault of a LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said,
San Francisco Giants fan at “I want to tell the world, Giovan-
Dodger Stadium March 31, ni Ramirez is no longer a suspect
in this case. In policing it is just
is 'upset,' according to his as important to exonerate the in-
lawyer. Ramirez remains in See RAMIREZ on page A5
prison for a parole violation.
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AROUND WEST HOLLYWOOD
Officials celebrate ‘Walkable’ WeHo
Los Angeles police block off Hollywood Boulevard July 27 after a crowd drawn by the pre-
miere of 'Electric Daisy Carnival Experience' and an after party became unruly.
1,000 deep,unruly mob
overwhelms ﬁlm premiere The City of West Hollywood has
been named the “Most Walkable City
in California” by WalkScore.com
WalkScore.com calculates the walk-
with the dogs is how West Hollywood
has earned its rightful place at the
top of the list of walkable cities,”
said West Hollywood Councilmember
Rocks and bottles The disturbances on Holly- artists perform.” ability of an address by locating nearby John D’Amico. “The improved health
wood Boulevard, between High- Rotella said that because of stores, restaurants, schools, parks and of our residents, our community and
are thrown at police, land and Orange avenues, where “the crowd’s unruly behavior,” more. The City of West Hollywood the environment is a beneficial by-
scored an 89 out of 100 which is product of who we are. Our residents,
after electronic dance a screening of an “Electric Daisy he was “unable to attend the
interpreted as “Very Walkable: Most our urban plan and our commitment
Carnival” ﬁlm and an after-party premiere of a movie that I have
music fans grow angry were scheduled, began about worked tirelessly to produce.”
errands can be accomplished on foot.”
The City of West Hollywood ranks
to future walkability will ensure that
West Hollywood will continue to be
over non-entrance 5:40 p.m. Wednesday and con- An after-party had been sched- fourth in walkability out of 2,500 of the kind of place that people can enjoy
tinued past 9 p.m., Rayner said. uled at Supperclub LA, but the the largest cities in the United States, one step at a time. Nancy Sinatra said
to free “block party” The crowds set ﬁres and were management issued a statement beating out both New York City and it best, ‘Ready boots? Start walking,’”
San Francisco. continued Councilmember D’Amico.
performance promised ﬁred on by riot police shooting addressed to those expected to “I live, work and play within a Throughout the years, West
bean bags. have been there: “For the safety few thousand feet of San Vicente Hollywood’s pedestrian-friendly poli-
on social media. Pasquale Rotella, the chief of our community, do not come Boulevard,” said West Hollywood cies have included improving pedestri-
executive ofﬁcer of Insomniac, to Supperclub tonight.” Mayor John Duran. “My quality of an connections to city parks, increased
FROM CITY NEWS SERVICE the concert promoter which pro- Hollywood Boulevard be- life is vastly improved because I don’t green-space and encouraging the loca-
Three people, including a have to get in a car or freeway as much tion of neighborhood-serving busi-
duced ﬁlm, said in a statement tween Highland and Orange av- nesses and amenities within walking
teenager, were in custody last as other Angelenos. West Hollywood
the ﬁlm premiere “was designed enues and the Hollywood and is very European on walkability - and distance of all residential neighbor-
Wednesday after an explosion to highlight one of the largest Highland Metro Red Line sta- that’s great!” continued Mayor Duran. hoods in order to encourage walking
of vandalism blamed on an un- and most prestigious music fes- tion were reopened by 10 p.m. “I read somewhere that every min- as a desirable mode of transportation.
ruly crowd of about 1,000 people tivals in the world.” Wednesday, Rayner said. Metro ute of walking can extend one’s life Recently, the City added a Long Range
who went to a social media-an- “Unfortunately, a small group diverted Hollywood Boulevard by 1.5 to 2 minutes. Our residents Mobility Planning Division to ensure
are going to live a very long time that a wide-range of mobility options
nounced block party that never of people chose to disrupt the buses along Highland and La including walkability are included in
here in West Hollywood,” said Mayor
happened following the “Electric ﬁlm’s premiere due to their mis- Brea avenues and Sunset Boule- Pro Tempore Jeffrey Prang. “So, get all long-range land-use and transporta-
Daisy Carnival Experience” ﬁlm taken belief that a block party vard late Wednesday. out of your cars. Walking is not only tion planning projects.
premiere at Grauman’s Chinese with a popular artist was going The Electric Daisy rave — or- healthy and fun, it’s a much better way “Early in the City’s history we took
Theatre. to occur,” he said, referring to ganized by Insomniac — drew to explore our City. Not to mention a steps to make West Hollywood pedes-
great way to meet new people,” contin- trian friendly. Santa Monica Boulevard
Three police vehicles were postings on social networking criticism from ofﬁcials after 15- was at that time a state road,” said
ued Mayor Pro Tempore Prang.
damaged by people who threw websites by the DJ known as year-old Sasha Rodriguez of At- “We were thrilled to see West West Hollywood Councilmember John
rocks and bottles Wednesday Kaskade. water died from a drug overdose Hollywood leading the state in Heilman. “We acquired the abandoned
night, but no one was injured, “... While this ﬁlm showcased at the June 2010 event at the Los walkability,” said West Hollywood median and beautified it. We removed
said Ofﬁcer Karen Rayner, a an Insomniac event, Insomniac Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Councilmember Abbe Land, a long- large wooden telephone poles and put
time advocate for creating a walk- the telephone lines underground. We
Los Angeles Police Department had nothing to do with the sup- Exposition Park. fought with the state to allow outdoor
able environment and a major force
spokeswoman. posed block party, which was The death prompted a rave behind creating fitness walking routes dining. Eventually, we were able to
One man was in custody for not part of the premiere,” Ro- moratorium in Los Angeles throughout West Hollywood. “I love take over the Boulevard. We widened
failure to disperse, a transient tella said. “The crowd issues that County and restricted the age to walk in all of the various neigh- the sidewalks to encourage outdoor
woman for battery on a police arose were a result of individuals of attendees to 18 and older. borhoods in our City, and know that dining and pedestrian activity. I’m glad
ofﬁcer and a 16-year-old boy for others do as well. It’s a great way to our long-term efforts have been rec-
responding to social media in- Insomniac has since moved his ognized,” continued Councilmember
support West Hollywood businesses
vandalism for allegedly jumping formation, which mistakenly led electronic-dance festival to Las and not have to deal with the hassles Heilman.
on a police car, police said. them to believe they could see Vegas. of traffic and parking. It’s also a great A recent example of improving the
way to socialize and get exercise, City’s pedestrian orientation include
especially by using our Well West the completion of the award-winning
Hollywood walking routes,” continued Sunset Strip Beautification Project
Councilmember Land. which included replacement of broken
One of the urban design goals in and damaged sidewalks; newly-land-
the City’s first General Plan, which scaped medians; creation of flowering
was adopted in 1988, was to incor- tree districts; and sidewalk widening at
porate extensive landscape along the Sunset Plaza.
sidewalks and street median, as well “Having a walkable community is
as lighting, attractively-designed street great for business,” said Maribel Louie,
furniture and signage to create a pedes- the City’s Economic Development
trian-friendly urban environment. Analyst. “It is the City’s walkability
“The simple act of walking to the that allows customers to park once and
store, or to dinner or to a protest get to several businesses in one trip.
demonstration, or around the block See AROUND WEHO on page A5
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Photo by Gary McCarthy
Bumper to bumper
A typical summer day along Sunset Boulevard with cars stuck in traffic as far as the eyes can see in both directions.
Obama signs debt ceiling bill, averting crisis
BY ALAN SILVERLEIB in savings over the next decade, raises Rep. Grace Napolitano, D-Santa Fe The committee would comprise
AND TOM COHEN the debt ceiling through the end of 2012 Springs, issued a statement explaining 12 members, six from each chamber,
CNN and establishes a special congressional her no vote. equally divided between Democrats and
WASHINGTON — President Barack committee to recommend long-term fis- “This bill makes steep cuts to critical Republicans. The panel’s recommenda-
Obama signed a last-minute compro- cal reforms. programs that seniors and working fami- tions would be due by Nov. 23 and
mise plan to raise the nation’s $14.3 Emotions ran high during the final lies rely on, including possible future cuts guaranteed an up-or-down vote without
trillion debt ceiling Tuesday afternoon, debates on Capitol Hill. Numerous to Medicare, in order to protect unneces- amendments by Dec. 23.
narrowly averting what could have been Republicans remain worried about cuts sary tax breaks and loopholes for oil com- The committee is expected to consider
an unprecedented default with calamitous in defense spending and the lack of a panies and millionaires,” she said. politically sensitive reforms to the tax
economic consequences. required balanced budget amendment to “We should not be balancing our bud-
code and entitlement programs, though
The U.S. Senate passed the plan, which the Constitution. Progressive Democrats get on the backs of those least able to bear
Democrats and Republicans disagree on
imposes sweeping new spending cuts are livid over the extent of the deal’s the burden, especially when the wealthi-
over the next decade, shortly after noon domestic spending cuts, as well as the est among us have not yet had to make a the likelihood of any eventual revenue
Eastern time. The bill was approved in absence of any immediate tax hikes on single sacrifice. In recent days, hundreds increases.
a 74-26 vote; 60 votes were required for high-income Americans. of my constituents have called or emailed If the committee’s recommendations
passage. GOP leaders sold the deal to skepti- my office to express their opposition to are enacted, Obama would be authorized
The measure was approved by the cal rank-and-file Republicans in recent this bill, and with good reason. It is unfair, to increase the debt ceiling by up to $1.5
House of Representatives on Monday by days by arguing that it will finally begin unbalanced, and a blow to all of the work- trillion. If the recommendations are not
a 269-161 vote, overcoming opposition the process of reforming spending and ing people in this country who are already enacted, Obama can still raise the debt
from unhappy liberal Democrats and tea taming the growing debt, a key goal of struggling to make ends meet.” ceiling by $1.2 trillion. At that point,
party Republicans. conservatives who fueled the GOP take- The final agreement revolves around a however, a budget “trigger” would kick
Obama praised the deal moments after over of the House in last year’s midterm two-stage process. in, imposing mandatory across-the-board
the Senate passed it, calling the measure elections. The first stage includes $917 billion in spending cuts matching the size of the
“an important first step for ensuring that Top Democrats have focused on the savings, including a roughly $420 billion debt ceiling increase.
as a nation we live within our means.” fact that the bill preserves benefits from reduction in the national security budget. The cuts would be split between defense
But the American economy “didn’t popular entitlement programs such as The cuts would be accompanied by a spending and non-defense programs, an
need Washington to come along with a Medicare and takes the politically prob- $900 billion increase in the debt ceiling. unpopular formula intended to motivate
manufactured crisis,” the president noted. lematic debt ceiling issue off the table Because of the pending Tuesday dead- legislators to approve the committee’s
“It’s pretty likely that the uncertainty sur- until 2013. line, Obama would have immediate recommendations.
rounding the raising of the debt ceiling In the end, the majority of both authority to raise the debt ceiling by $400 The final debt ceiling increase in the
— for both businesses and consumers Democrats and Republicans supported billion, which will last through September,
agreement would also be subject to a con-
— has been unsettling, and just one more the legislation in the Senate. according to the White House.
gressional vote of disapproval that can be
impediment to the full recovery that we In the House, Speaker John Boehner, The other $500 billion increase in the
need. And it was something that we could R-Ohio, was able to round up the support debt limit would be subject to a congres- vetoed by Obama.
have avoided entirely.” of most of his GOP caucus, while the sional vote of disapproval that can be The agreement calls for both houses of
“Voters may have chosen divided gov- chamber’s two top Democrats — Minority vetoed by Obama. Congress to vote on a balanced budget
ernment, but they sure didn’t vote for Leader Nancy Pelosi of California and In the second stage, a special joint com- amendment to the Constitution, though
dysfunctional government,” the president Minority Whip Steny Hoyer of Maryland mittee of Congress would recommend it does not make a further increase in the
said. — voted for the plan along with more further deficit reduction steps totaling debt limit subject to congressional pas-
The agreement — reached Sunday by than 90 of their caucus members. $1.5 trillion or more, with Congress obli- sage of such an amendment — something
Obama and congressional leaders from Southland Democrats in the House all gated to vote on the panel’s proposals by tea party conservatives were initially
both parties — calls for up to $2.4 trillion voted against the measure. the end of the year. demanding.
West Hollywood | LOS ANGELES INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 2011 I PAGE 5
INTOLERANCE WATCH Ramirez angry
RAMIREZ from page A2
nocent as it is to implicate the
Ramirez’s attorneys ﬁled a peti-
tion Wednesday seeking his release
from prison, claiming he was denied
due process in his parole hearing.
“Everyone is asking what am I
going to do next,” Ramirez said in
his statement. “My only focus and
attention is with the writ that has
been ﬁled this week. I know the
judge in Superior Court will do the
Romero said the judge reviewing
the petition has 60 days to make a
decision. That decision could be a
simple denial or acceptance of the
request, a request for a hearing or
a request for a response from pros-
ecutors, the attorney said.
Ramirez “is doing very well,”
Romero said. “He’s excited. He’s
looking strong. He’s ready to get
his life back on the right track.”
Stow, a 42-year-old paramedic
from Santa Cruz, remains hospital-
ized at San Francisco General Hos-
AROUND WEHO from page A3
Business owners are able to develop
relationships with their neighbors which
leads to sharing customers and cross-
promotional opportunities. A walkable
community also allows pedestrians to
experience other city amenities such as
summer concerts, public art installations
and access to city parks and open spaces,”
As part of the city’s continuing com-
mitment to pedestrian-friendly land use
policies, the draft general plan (antici-
pated to be adopted in September) places
renewed emphasis on walkability as part
of a comprehensive approach to land-use
Photo by Paul Courson/CNN
and mobility. These policies include:
Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who made comments that some took as accepting same-sex marriage as a state’s rights issue, supports • Prioritizing space for pedestrians and
a federal marriage that defines marriage as a union between one man and one woman. bicycles in the design and improvement
of public rights of way.
• Encouraging the location of neigh-
Perry: Same-sex marriage is not OK
borhood-serving businesses and ame-
nities within walking distance of all
residential neighborhoods in order to
encourage walking as a desirable mode
The conservative Texas ness, and that’s fine with me.” Perry kicked up a firestorm passed during his administra- • Encouraging the retention of existing
and the incubation of new commercial
governor — a potential “I probably needed to add a among social conservatives, a tion that defines marriage as a
establishments that serve the needs of
few words after that ‘it’s fine group of which he includes him- union between one man and one
presidential candidate with me,’” Perry admitted to self as a member. And among woman.
• Continuing to improve the pedes-
— toughens his stance Perkins last Thursday. the GOP presidential field of “To not pass the federal mar- trian environment through a coordinated
approach to street tree planting, sidewalk
on marriage equality. And he repeated his commit- candidates, a group that he may riage amendment would impinge maintenance and enhancement, pedestri-
ment to the 10th amendment as join soon, Perry drew heavy on Texas and other states not an amenities and a focus on human-scale
BY REBECCA STEWART well as his conviction that mar- criticism from fellow social to have marriage forced upon frontage design for building renovations
CNN riage should be between a man conservative Rick Santorum. them,” Perry said.
and new development projects.
and a woman. “It’s fine with me The former Pennsylvania • Providing wider sidewalks, street
Texas Gov. Rick Perry wants “Our Constitution was trees/landscaping, seating areas and
you to know he isn’t fine with that a state is using their sover- senator quickly slammed Perry pedestrian-oriented lighting where fea-
designed to respect states…I
gay marriage. eign rights to decide an issue. on Twitter Saturday saying, “So sible.
have long supported the appoint- • Requiring commercial development
In an interview with Family Obviously gay marriage is not Gov Perry, if a state wanted to
fine with me. My stance hasn’t allow polygamy or if they chose ment of judges who respect the projects to provide for enhanced pedes-
Research Council President Constitution and the passage of trian activity through techniques includ-
Tony Perkins he hedged contro- changed.” to deny heterosexuals the right ing: minimizing vehicle intrusions across
“My comments reflect my rec- to marry, would that be OK a federal marriage amendment. sidewalks, allowing for outdoor plazas
versial comments made at a din-
ner in Aspen last month when ognition that marriage and most too?” That amendment defines mar- and dining areas, locating the majority of
riage as between one man and a building’s frontage in close proximity to
he said, “Our friends in New issues of the family have histori- But almost a week later, the the sidewalk edge.
York six weeks ago passed a cally been decided by the people three-term governor sought to one woman and it protects the • Seeking opportunities to create new
statute that said marriage can be at the state and local level. And pacify his critics as he voiced states from being told other- public open spaces throughout the city.
between two people of the same that is absolutely the state of law support for a federal mar- wise,” he affirmed. For more information regarding the
City of West Hollywood’s pedestrian-
sex. You know what? That’s under our Constitution,” Perry riage amendment similar to the CNN’s Peter Hamby contrib- friendly policies, please contact Maribel
New York, and that’s their busi- continued. statewide amendment in Texas uted to this report. Louie, at (323) 848-6303.
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The challenge of overcoming
homophobia in Black America
At a gathering of civil legend who co-chairs an NAACP religious bigotry close the door
task force on LGBT issues, to justice to anyone.”
rights activists, panelists said one of the group’s goals is Sykes, who came out during
discuss building bridges “building relationships among the Prop. 8 debate, has spoken
between groups with civil and human rights organiza- often about the religious barriers
a common interest in tions that focus on LGBT strat- that sometimes result in hostil-
egy and advocacy.” ity to gay rights among African-
battling discrimination. This is key, many agreed, par- Americans. She was particularly
ticularly after passage of Prop. incensed by what many see as a
BY ANDRÉ HERNDON 8, the 2008 statewide voter ini- condescending approach to gay
EXECUTIVE EDITOR tiative that effectively outlawed sexuality in black churches and
Few topics can become so same-sex marriage in California.
heated, so quickly, as the subject other religious organizations that
In the wake of that outcome,
of Black America’s complex and promote the idea that same-sex
many have pointed to the state’s
often frayed relationship with African-American electorate, attraction can be overcome with
the LGBT community. where the measure enjoyed wide prayer.
That much was in evidence support; however, some stalwart “If you try not be gay, you are
last month when the NAACP black members of the LGBT being this other person and mis-
hosted a town hall-style meeting activist community have charged erable,” Sykes said. “You can’t
on the topic in downtown Los the anti-Prop. 8 forces with pray it away.” She later added:
Angeles, where the nation’s old- reaching out too late to influence “I consider myself a Christian
est civil rights organization held black voters. and the one thing that Jesus told
its national convention this year. “Gay and lesbian rights are us was to … above all, to love
In a half-filled room at the not special rights in any way,” thy neighbor. What’s this crap
L.A. Convention Center, a rol- said Bond, taking on a com- about ‘Hate the sin, but love the
licking two-hour discussion mon refrain of those who do not sinner’? That doesn’t even make
touched on topics ranging from support same-sex marriage and any sense. Either you love some-
why black voters are singled other rights being fought for by body or you’re judging them;
out for the passage of Prop. 8 LGBT activists. “It is not special you can’t have it both ways.”
in 2008, to feelings harbored by to be free from discrimination. It The day’s most explosive
some that “gay male privilege” is an ordinary, universal entitle- moments came when transgen-
too often results in the exclusion ment of citizenship.” der activist Ashley Love charged
of the transgender community “Sexual disposition paral- Lemon and others with not doing
from dialogues like the one held lels race,” Bond said. “I was enough to combat transphobia
July 25. born black and had no choice. or highlight the specific issues
Moderated by CNN anchor I could not — and would not faced by transgender people. She
Don Lemon, who recently — change it if I could. Like race,
called the short shrift given to
revealed publicly that he is a our sexuality isn’t preference. It
gay man, the “Our Collective transgender issues “extremely
is immutable, unchangeable, and
Responsibility: Overcoming the Constitution protects us all frustrating.”
Homophobia” panel also includ- from prejudices and discrimina- “The statistics say that trans
ed NAACP Chairman Emeritus tion based on immutable differ- women of color suffer the most
Julian Bond; comic actress and ences.” violence, and deaths, of anyone
LGBT rights activist Wanda Added Bond: “If you disagree, in the LGBT coalition,” Love Photos by Gary McCarthy
Sykes; filmmaker Patrik-Ian or if your Bible tells you that gay said. “Just remember, everyone (Clockwise from top left) Transgender activist Ashley Love was
Polk; Spelman College profes- people ought not be married in in the LGBT community: It among the audience members who attended “Our Collective
sor and feminist scholar Beverly your church, don’t tell them they was transgender people of color Responsibility: Overcoming Homophobia,” a panel discus-
Guy-Sheftall; and writer Kenyon can’t be married at City Hall. that initiated Stonewall in 1969, sion that included filmmaker Patrik-Ian Polk, NAACP Chairman
Farrow. Marriage is a civil rite as well which … actually initiated the Emeritus Julian Bond and comedienne Wanda Sykes.
Bond, a civil rights movement a civil right — and we can’t let LGBT movement.”
West Hollywood | LOS ANGELES INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 2011 I PAGE 7
Photo by Gary McCarthy
Actress gets her star
Actress Sissy Spacek shows off her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during ceremonies Monday. The Academy Award-winning actress is ﬂanked
by Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman Marty Shelton, left, and Hollywood Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Leron Gubler.
BY LINDSEY HUNTER LOPEZ
SPECIAL TO CNN
Miley Cyrus temporarily quit
Twitter last year, but the former
“Hannah Montana” star is back
in business, stirring up contro-
versy with new body art.
On Friday, Cyrus tweeted a
photo of her new marriage equal-
ity-themed tattoo. Along with the
picture of her fresh ink — a small
equal sign on the side of her
ring finger — Cyrus wrote “All Singer-actress Miley Cyrus tweeted this photo of her new mar-
LOVE is equal.” riage equality-themed tattoo last Friday.
In response to one fan’s nega-
tive tweet, Miley retorted, “where
does it say in the bible to judge 2009 that she didn’t believe in very sad!” she wrote at the time.
others? Oh right. It doesn’t. GOD gay marriage, Cyrus also took “Like I said everyone deserves to
PHOTO BY GARY MCCARTHY
is the only judge honey. ‘GOD is
The former Disney kid has a
“Jesus loves you and your
partner and wants you to know
be happy. I am a Christian and I
love you — gay or not. Because Anniversary gift
Frederic von Anhalt, the husband of Zsa Zsa Gabor, stands
history of supporting gay rights. how much he cares! That’s like a you are no different that [sic]
anyone else! We are all God’s on Sunset Boulevard beneath the billboard he paid for to
When Carrie Prejean announced daddy not loving his lil boy cuz
during the Miss USA contest in he’s gay and that is wrong and children!” celebrate the couple’s 25th wedding anniversary.
PAGE 8 | THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 2011 LOS ANGELES INDEPENDENT | West Hollywood
Creators of ‘Phineas and Ferb’ ready for their ﬁrst movie
BY OLU ALEMORU Marsh: Originally, we were
STAFF WRITER thinking of doing something
that had a mix of live action
It took Dan Povenmire and and animation. But we ended up
Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, the cre- dropping the whole idea of live
ators of top-rated primetime ani-
action for budget reasons. How-
mated kids series “Phineas and
ever, we had this great kernel of
Ferb,” just over a decade and a
a story built so we kept it.
half to get it on the air.
Povenmire: Actually, [the Big
But, much like their dastardly
Reveal] was something pitched
scientist Dr. Heinz Doofensh-
as an 11-minute episode and we
mirtz, they seem to have wasted
started going into storyboards on
little time in plotting potential
it. Then we found it was a story
that could really be expanded,
Launched in 2008, the show
so we ended up using it for the
is currently in its third season
mainstream hook to this ﬁlm.
on the Disney Channel and The
Disney Channel Original Mov-
ie, “Phineas and Ferb: Across Is there a frantic writing and
the 2nd Dimension,” premieres animating process on such a
this Friday at 8 p.m., re-broad- project?
casting on Disney XD Aug. 13 Marsh: We have an amazing
at 10 a.m. team of writers and storyboard
And fans of the triangular artists and the truth is we ended
shaped Phineas Flynn and his up with so much more material
English stepbrother Ferb Fletch- and probably could have easily
er, whose grandly themed re-oc- done a three-hour ﬁlm.
curring summer vacation adven- Povenmire: We wanted to
tures are put in jeopardy by their have Dr. Doofenschmirtz go to
controlling sister, Candace, will a world where it’s emerged that
no doubt warm to this likable he’s already taken over; to be a
two-hour original movie. really bad guy, but still have the
Without spoiling a Big Re- same, fun sense of humor.
veal, the “2nd Dimension” takes Marsh: He has that potential.
on a “Flash Gordon” meets Povenmire: [But] within the
James Bond’s “Goldﬁnger” riff canon of the show, it’s just an-
when the duo travel to another other day in summer.
dimension to thwart a more evil
Doofenschmirtz. Does the ﬁlm maintain the
Meanwhile, Candace is con- comedic style of the series?
vinced that she will lose her Marsh: Yes. The style of the
beau Jeremy before he heads off show is that we tend to avoid
to college. easy humor. It’s not derived
As with the series, its comedic from a mean, stupid place; the
musical numbers provide a good characters aren’t idiots or jerks
dose of the hilarity with ironic … we try and keep the jokes
nods to rice pudding and killer smart.
robots. Povenmire: We steer away
Forming an instant friendship from fart or drool jokes … any-
when they worked across from thing that’s kinda gross.
each other as layout artists on
“The Simpsons,” Povenmire and Are you surprised at the suc-
Marsh (who got his nickname cess you’ve had?
working in London for several Marsh: It’s beyond our wildest
years) developed Phineas and imagination. We never imagined
Ferb as a writing team on the it would have the overwhelming
Nickelodeon series “Rocko’s worldwide success. We always
Modern Life.” though it was a good show and
Stephen Hillenburg, creator one we wanted to work on and
of “Spongebob Squarepants,” a make.
major inﬂuence on Povenmire’s Povenmire: We thought it
work, is a Rocko alum. might do well and ﬁnd an audi-
As the creators enjoy a little ence one day.
bit of down time before starting
What can we expect for the
work next month on a script for
big screen adventure and do
a theatrical Phineas and Ferb
you have any other projects on
adventure, they talked to The
Independent about crafting the
second dimension, the show’s Povenmire: We’ve been on Dan Povenmire, left, and Jeff ‘Swampy’ Marsh talk about their creation ‘Phineas and Ferb’
the story for a while and we’ll
comedic style and success “be- and their movie project that debuts on the Disney Channel this Friday night.
yond their wildest imagina-actually start writing the script
tion.” next month. In this one they go er makes us laugh. In terms of dimensions. Well, they keep us London and some other Europe-
to the second dimension. May- other projects … there are some pretty busy with Phineas and
an cities to see the broadcasters
How did the idea for this be in the next, they’ll go to the concepts ﬂoating around. Ferb. In fact, they’ve scheduled
movie come about? third. Our usual rule is whatev- Marsh: There are plenty of a trip for us in October to go to and afﬁliates out there.
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CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD PUBLIC NOTICES CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD PUBLIC NOTICES CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD PUBLIC NOTICES
(Palm Restaurant Mixed-Use Project)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the West
Hollywood Planning Commission will hold a Public CUSTOMER SNAPS AT CLERK
Hearing to consider the following item:
GOVERNMENT REQUEST: Request to amend Development BEXAR COUNTY – Finding that the grocery store was out of THERAGESIC®
Agreement 2006-003 to extend the time period to LOCATION: 1232-1236 N. Kings Road, West
commence the phases of construction by two (2) Hollywood, California. Pain Cream, Tom W. snapped (“like a terrier”) at the drug department clerk. After
years and amend conditions of approval in City
Council Resolution No. 07-3625 to be consistent REQUEST: Request to demolish two single-family promises to have it back in stock the next day, Tom W. regained his composure and
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING with the revised time schedule. Previously residences on two separate parcels and construct
CITY COUNCIL apologized for the incident. When asked to explain his doglike behavior, he painlessly
approved project is for the construction of a new a four-story, twenty-five unit apartment building
CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD mixed-use building with retail, restaurant, market- with semi-subterranean parking. replied, “None of your dang business!”
rate and affordable housing and two levels of
LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION REPORT SELF- subterranean parking. PERMIT(S): Demolition Permit, Development
CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE Permit, Modification Permit, and any other
CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM PERMIT(S): Amend Development Agreement required permits.
Time/Place: August 15, 2011 at 6:30 PM
West Hollywood Park Auditorium
2006-003, and conditions of approval for
Demolition Permit 2006-011, Development Permit
2006-015, Minor Conditional Use Permit 2006-
APPLICANT: Levin-Morris Architects, LLP THERAGESIC ®
647 N. San Vicente Boulevard, West Hollywood,
004, and Administrative Permit 2006-021 (AMP
TIME/PLACE Thursday, August 18, 2011 at
OF HEARING:West Hollywood Park Auditorium
APPLICANT: City of West Hollywood APPLICANT: 9001 Santa Monica Blvd LLC 647 N. San Vicente Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069
REQUEST: Approve the Local Development TIME/PLACE Thursday, August 18, 2011 at
Report to comply with the Congestion 6:30 p.m. ZONE: R4B (Residential, Multi-Family High
Management Plan (CMP) OF HEARING: West Hollywood Park Auditorium Density)
647 N. San Vicente Boulevard
The staff report will be available on August 11, West Hollywood, CA 90069 ENVIRONMENTAL
2011, after 4 PM at the Community Development STATUS: Exempt from California Environmental
Department in City Hall, 8300 Santa Monica ZONE: CC (Community Commercial) Quality Act (CEQA) Regulations pursuant to
Boulevard. For further information contact the Section §15332 (In-Fill Development Projects)
Long Range Planning and Mobility Division at ENVIRONMENTAL of CEQA.
(323) 848-6337. S TAT U S : N e g a t i v e D e c l a r a t i o n A d o p t e d
December 3, 2007. The staff report will be available on Thursday,
California Government Code Section 65089 August 11, 2011, at City Hall, 8300 Santa Monica
requires all California Cities to comply with The staff reportwill be available on Thursday, Blvd., and the W.H. Library, 715 N. San Vicente
Congestion Management Program requirements or August 11, 2011, at City Hall, 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard.
risk losing gas tax funding pursuant to Proposition Blvd., and the W.H. Library, 715 N. San Vicente
111. This resolution is a resolution whereby the Boulevard. IF YOU CHALLENGE this item in court, you
City self-certifies that it is in compliance with the may be limited to raising only those issues you
Plan for Los Angeles County and reports on its IF YOU CHALLENGE this item in court, you or someone else raised at the Public Hearing
local development activity. may be limited to raising only those issues you described in this notice, or in the written
or someone else raised at the Public Hearing correspondence delivered to the West Hollywood
NOTE:If you challenge the approval or denial of described in this notice, or in the written Planning Commission, via the Community
this permit application in court, you may be limited correspondence delivered to the West Hollywood Development Department at, or prior to, the Public
to raising only those issues you or someone else Planning Commission, via the Community Hearing.
raised at the public hearing described in this Development Department at, or prior to, the Public
notice, or in written correspondence delivered to Hearing. To comply with the Americans with Disabilities
the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing. Act of 1990, Assistive Listening Devices (ALD)
To comply with the Americans with Disabilities will be available for checkout at the meeting. If
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Act of 1990, Assistive Listening Devices (ALD) will be available for checkout at the meeting. If transportation) or to participate in this meeting
will be available for checkout at the meeting. If you require special assistance to attend (e.g. (e.g. signer for the hearing impaired), you must
you require special assistance to attend (e.g. transportation) or to participate in this meeting call or submit your request in writing to the
transportation) or to participate in this meeting (e.g. signer for the hearing impaired), you must Transportation Division at (323) 848-6375 at least
(e.g. a signer for the hearing impaired), you must call or submit your request in writing to the 48 hours prior to the meeting. The City TDD line
call or submit your request in writing to the Transportation Division at (323) 848-6375 at least for the hearing impaired is (323) 848-6496.
City Clerk at (323) 848-6356 at least 48 hours 48 hours prior to the meeting. The City TDD line
prior to the meeting. The City TDD line for the for the hearing impaired is (323) 848-6496. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are invited to
hearing impaired is (323) 848-6496. attend said Public Hearing to express their opinion
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS are invited to in this matter.
Corey Schaffer attend said Public Hearing to express their opinion
City Clerk in this matter. For further information contact Antonio Castillo,
8/4/11 Associate Planner, in the Community Development
WHI-2150815# For further information contact Jennifer Alkire, Department at (323) 848-6475.
WEST HOLLYWOOD INDEPENDENT Associate Planner, in the Community Development
Department at (323) 848-6475. Thomas R. West
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the West City Clerk
Hollywood Planning Commission will hold a Public Corey Schaffer 8/4/11
Hearing to consider and make a recommendation City Clerk WHI-2147990#
to City Council on the following item: 8/4/11 WEST HOLLYWOOD INDEPENDENT
LOCATION: 9001 Santa Monica Blvd, West WEST HOLLYWOOD INDEPENDENT
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