This hasn't gotten nearly as much attention as it deserves. The guys who run the New Black have invested a lot of themselves over the last year to get the Center up and running, and jumped through all the city's hoops to do it by the books, only to get shut down.
A fairly good article from The Sun (shocking as it may be) can be found HERE. Even before they had their space in Inglewood, the founders of The New Black have worked their damnedest to get local talent out there, or a crowd to play to. Whether it be Darren Ollinger giving air play to local bands on x92.9's project punk or Isaac Creasy booking kids just stepping out of the garage and trying to find a stage and audience. It's a shame to see them get kicked in the teeth by the city when they're trying to do something I think is genuinely beneficial.