Week in Review: LAX's new Bradley West concourse takes baby-steps to full opening before welcoming the masses of international travelers to brutally long lines and unpleasant immigration checkpoint. Speaking of hurrying things along, Councilmember Jan Perry has asked to cut the amount of time required for public notice of the upcoming hearing on Downtown's Farmers Field stadium proposal. All hail the return of the construction cranes - a nineteen-story tower component of the Grand Avenue megaproject downtown may begin construction as soon as November. Also in Downtown, the theaters on Broadway are about to come alive as the owner of four theaters plans to reopen them as concert venues. Curbed maps the early life of composer John Cage, who's time in LA went on to influence his revolutionary ideas. Buy this glamorous house in Trousdale Estates, featuring bathroom stalls, for just $3.999 million.