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Corporations Rule: LA Live's Target Terrace

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Our dutiful LA Live coverage continues: There's a 32-page advertising supplement for sprawling downtown development in today's Los Angeles Times. Besides learning about the rentable, open air space Target Terrace, which is atop the Grammy Museum, here are some other things to glean about the $2.5 billion sports and entertainment center.
---LA Live is 27 acres.
---It'll provide 25,000 jobs and have a $10 billion "impact" on the area.
---There are fifty 10-foot angels currently hanging around LA Live. Gender of the angels? Not provided.
-- The Christmas tree weighs 37,500 pounds.
---The ESPN show "Sports Center" will film from ESPN Studios.
---ESPN will keep its office in Bristol, Connecticut; 80 employees will work in LA.
---One of the first exhibitions in the Grammy Museum (opening December 6) is: "Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom." It will feature a collection of items ranging from Woody Guthrie's banjo and an Ipod of a soldier serving in Iraq.
---Target Terrace: It can accommodate groups of 350 and can booked for private receptions.
---Later: The 14-screen Regal Cinema Cineplex will open in November 2009, the Ritz will open in spring 2010.
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