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The $665 million Millennium project  would feature a pair of 35-story and a 39-story towers in the heart of Hollywood. (courtesy MillenniumHollywood.net)

Millennium Project Developers Accused Of Wrongdoing, Ethics Violations

The ever-controversial Hollywood Millennium Project was accused Friday of wrongdoing and ethics violations.

09/20/2013

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A Los Angeles Icon Worth Capturing: Capitol Records Building

When in LA don’t miss an opportunity to stop by the Capitol Records Building to breath in some of that air of musical brilliance.

09/02/2013

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Hollywood Groups Sue To Stop $654M Development Over Fault Line Concerns

The suit filed Wednesday says city officials approved the project without informing the public of environmental impacts.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–08/28/2013

The $665 million Millennium project  would feature a pair of 35-story and a 39-story towers in the heart of Hollywood. (courtesy MillenniumHollywood.net)

City Council Votes To Approve $665M Millennium Hollywood Project

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved the $665 million Millennium Hollywood Project, which will feature hotel, housing, retail and office space.

CBS Los Angeles–07/24/2013

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Look up, LA!: Best Atomic Age Architecture

In Los Angeles, an unexpected Manhattan Project legacy of sorts caught author Denise Kiernan’s eye: Atomic Age Architecture.

06/14/2013

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2012 Sounded Good: The Best Breakout Music Acts In Los Angeles

Twelve years into the new millennium, an exhilarating breed of performing artists has moved to the front of the class, further cementing the city’s preponderance as a mothership for fresh development of pop, hip-hop, rap, jazz, R&B, classic music and an ambrosial fusion of those styles that have continued to influence today’s society. These distinguished minds accomplished more than living up to the public’s expectations boasting community activism, relentless dedication to their craft and admirable determination alongside some of the best music the city has seen.

CBS Los Angeles–12/27/2012

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Website To Pay $950K For Posting Beatles Hits

A website that posted digital copies of The Beatles music a year before they became legitimately available has agreed to pay record companies nearly $1 million to settle a lawsuit.

CBS2 / KCAL9–03/28/2011

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