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Bruce Lee statue may be erected in L.A.'s Chinatown

November 22, 2010 |  4:00 pm

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ENTER THE DRAGON: A Chinatown committee is looking to raise a statue commemorating martial arts icon Bruce Lee, who historians say once lived in a studio in the neighborhood. “Once we get a final decision from the committee regarding the location, the Community Redevelopment Agency will help them go through the city process to make it happen,” Bibiana Yung, assistant project manager at the CRA, told the Downtown Los Angeles News.

Linking LASAFE SHOPPING: Westfield Shoppingtown in West Covina tops the list of most vehicle thefts and burglaries among Southern Californian malls, with 91 automobiles stolen and 111 break-ins in 13 months. Other high-ranked shopping centers on the list include Downey's Stonewood Center, Los Cerritos Mall and the garages of Third Street Promenade. (LAist)

NOT A CONSPIRACY: The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple in the Park Mile district was put on the market last week for $13.5 million. (Los Angeles Business Journal)

EQUINE-11: Debs Park will see more LAPD patrols on horseback, according to the Eastsider LA.

-- Soo Oh

Photo: Bruce Lee in "Enter the Dragon" (1973). Credit: Warner Bros.

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