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A Forgotten 1950's Mural, Lloyd Wright's Samuel-Navarro House

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[Plans for a ped/bike/transit friendly Figueroa Boulevard between USC and Downtown are moving along]

This Week's Top Stories: The big Hollywood Millennium project has received approval from the LA City Planning Commission and will next head to City Council where Councilmen Garcetti and LaBonge will be ready with the torches and pitchforks. A Ray Kappe designed post & beam home in Brentwood with a secret computer room is back on the market for $2.499 million. The LA Times uncovers the sad tale of the forgotten dead at Mount Zion Cemetery in Boyle Heights. High-speed rail through California continues to struggle as former supporters are now questioning the entire thing. Once again, Lloyd Wright's much loved Samuel-Navarro house is on the market and ready for a lucky buyer to call it home. Developers of The Village at USC mixed-use project have finalized the project's development agreement with the City of LA, as signed by Mayor Villaraigosa, paving the way for construction to begin later this year. A gorgeous mural showing LA's oil derricks and the Port of LA from 1950 has been unearthed and saved as part of the demolition of the Wilshire Grand hotel downtown.