Monday morning report, Sept. 21

Sorry for the lack of posts the last couple of days. I was in Kansas City for the Chiefs game (heartbreak!) and got back in today.

Five things to know this Monday morning: 

1.) That video of a violent brawl outside Buffalo Wild Wings is making its way across the news cycle today, including Deadspin.

You can imagine the comments the video is generating on Facebook.


2.) Daevon Vigilant rushed for 268 yards and four touchdowns to lead Downey High to a 41-28 victory over Millikan last Friday. 

Warren High steamrolled Firebaugh, 66-0.


3.) Construction of The View apartment complex on 2nd Street is officially complete.

Here's a story by the Herald-American (although they're incorrect in stating that it's a senior housing complex). 


4.) Don Lamkin, creator of "Downey Doodle-icious," will host his own exhibit at Stay Gallery. 

"Catch 22" will pay tribute to the gallery's third anniversary and opens Oct. 23. "It's going to be a fun night with live music, food, drinks, art, and friends," Lamkin says.


5.) Some interesting properties are up for sale:

8619 Firestone Blvd., site of The Habit, is available for $4.4 mllion
8530 Firestone Blvd. is being advertised as home to PIH Health and a Warehouse Shoe Sale. Asking price is $10.3 million. 

Here are details on both listings.