Sixth Street between Serrano & Hobart is the location where LAPD arrested Kim Nguyen in March 2013 for public intoxication, while leaving her drunker male friends behind.
The northwest corner of Wilshire & Vermont is where carjacking suspect Shonchy Thaopraseuth was shot more than 60 times by LAPD after a televised slow-speed pursuit in February 2012. He was 22 years old.
The corner of Third Street & New Hampshire is the site where LAPD murdered an unarmed Dontaze Storey Jr. in November 2008. He was merely on his way home and not engaged in any crime when an airship identified him as a man with a gun. He was shot dead without reason by LAPD’s Daniel Bunch and Oliver Malabuyo. Dontaze Storey Jr. was 29 years old and had just learned the day before his death that he was going to be a father. He was returning from the Rite Aid on 3rd and Vermont to help his fiancee with a pre-natal prescription when he was gunned down.
The 800 block of South Vermont Avenue is the site where LAPD murdered an unarmed 27-year-old black man named Steven Eugene Washington in March 2010. He wasn’t doing anything; he was just walking, minding his own business, when he was killed in a drive-by shooting by LAPD’s Allan Corrales and George Diego.
Nicknamed the “Cathedral of Commerce” at one time, this art deco building trimmed in terra cotta and copper was the former site of Bullocks Department Store. It currently serves as the main library for the Southwestern Law School. A historic-cultural monument of the City of Los Angeles, it is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as No.78000685. Filming at Bullocks Wilshire Scenes in The Aviator, a 2004 film with Leonard DiCaprio Featured setting in Topper, a 1937 film starring Cary Grant The elevator in Aerosmith’s 1989 “Love in an Elevator” video Exterior shot for Public Enemy’s video for “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” Seen as the Chicago-area department store in the 1989 film Christmas Vacation the […]
Talmadge Apartments 3278 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010
The Langham Apartments is managed by The Swel Group.
Inheriting the previous notoriety of the since-cleaned-up Rampart Division, this police station of Olympic Division on Vermont & 11th Street is in charge of defending the white stakeholders of Wilshire Center and terrorizing the Asian, Black, and Latino locals of the ethnically diverse Koreatown community. Ironically having the official designation as a “community” police station, it opened its doors on January 4, 2009, with a mandate to “provide services” to a population spread over 6.2 square miles (16 square kilometers). What this means is partnership with embezzlers who do not live in the area, whilst violating the civil rights of “ethnic” law-abiding residents. Tourists can catch a glimpse of the 54,000-square-foot (5,000 sq-m) building where more than 200 of the […]
Berendo Street Baptist Church near Olympic Boulevard & Vermont Avenue. Small to large weddings with 100 to 500 guests can be arranged. 로스앤첼스 한인침례교회(LA 한인침례교회: 박성근 목사)