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Millennium Hollywood Project Site Declared Safe for Construction: Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety Approves Seismic Report, Confirming No Active Earthquake Faults on Property

July 30, 2015

 

  Millennium Partners is pleased to announce that the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) has approved the Millennium Hollywood Fault Investigation Report, and agreed that the development site has no active earthquake faults and is safe for development.   The extensive report, which includes data from on-site trenching, soil borings, and cone penetrometer testing, provides the most detailed and rigorous subsurface analysis ever undertaken of urban geologic conditions at any site in Hollywood. It specifically addresses the most recent comments of the California Geological Survey (CGS) and numerous additional questions and requests made by the City of ...

 
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La Poubelle, Franklin Village’s Neighborhood French Bistro

October 27, 2014

 

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The Q&A Film Screening Series

October 15, 2014

 

That line outside the Los Angeles Film School is for The Q&A With Jeff Goldsmith’s recent screening of indie zom-rom-com (zombie romantic comedy) Life After Beth. The Q&A screening series is the brainchild of Jeff Goldsmith (former Editor of Creative Screenwriting, current Publisher of Backstory), combines free screenings of new releases with nuts-and-bolts screenwriter interviews, providing a service not only to LAFS’s students, but also the LA screenwriter community as a whole.   The Q&A hosts more than 50 screenings a year in varied genres. Recent offerings include screenings with the writers of Flight, Dawn of the Planet of the ...

 
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7 Nights in Hollywood: Oct 16 – 22

October 15, 2014

 

Every Thursday, MillenniumHollywood.net brings you a guide to the week’s can’t-miss concerts, comedy shows, museum exhibits and more.   Ready to plan your week? Here’s your weekly dose of Hollywood events, culture, and other happenings–it’s 7 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD:   Thursday, October 16: Hard-driving rock from The Bots (“Mix Black Keys and White Stripes and what you don’t get is grey sludge. You get kids who sound alive with feral punk energy” – The Guardian) for FREE at Amoeba. 6pm   Friday, October 17: Our neighbors at The Redbury are hosting a bourbon cocktail tasting. Your ticket to “Spirited Sessions ...

 
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Adam Perry Lang’s Serious Barbecue is Back in Town

October 15, 2014

 

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7 Nights in Hollywood: Oct 9 – 15

October 8, 2014

 

Every Thursday, MillenniumHollywood.net brings you a guide to the week’s can’t-miss concerts, comedy shows, museum exhibits and more.   Ready to plan your week? Here’s your weekly dose of Hollywood events, culture, and other happenings–it’s 7 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD:   Thursday, October 9: New-school R&B sensation The Weeknd plays the Hollywood Bowl, with South LA’s own Schoolboy Q opening. 7pm   Friday, October 10: Walk on broken glass to get your copies of the new Annie Lennox covers LP, Nostalgia, signed by the artist at Amoeba Music. 6pm   Saturday, October 11: Lady culture site Hellogiggles.com brings its monthly storytelling ...

 
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October 19: Vodka Dinner at Rao’s Hollywood with Tony Abou-Ganim

October 8, 2014

 

Guest post from e*star LA e*star LA writes a weekly post for Millennium Hollywood on food and drink in Hollywood.   Save the date and make your reservation. On Sunday, October 19, the new-ish Rao’s in Hollywood is holding a special one-off dinner featuring vodka cocktails paired with favorite dishes. Enjoy New York-style Italian cuisine and America’s most popular spirit in the restaurant’s private outdoor garden patio, where you’ll enjoy a four-course menu created by Rao’s Hollywood new Executive Chef James Palermo.   Signature cocktails from Abou-Ganim’s latest book, Vodka Distilled, will be paired with each dish. Guests will also ...

 
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Musso & Frank Grill

October 6, 2014

 

Ready for a juicy steak and a stiff drink? Step off Hollywood Boulevard and into a Hollywood institution. At Musso & Frank, countless stars of the silent and golden age of Hollywood were known to sip martinis and chew on chops, served in a low-key dining room on white tablecloths. Charlie Chaplin even had his own booth, in the southwest corner of the restaurant.   The wine list is long with bottles, stocked both with California locals and a wide variety of other regions, and droll waiters deliver the daily-printed menus with aplomb.   Feeling not quite hungry enough for ...

 
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7 Nights in Hollywood: Oct 2 – Oct 8

October 2, 2014

 

Every Thursday, MillenniumHollywood.net brings you a guide to the week’s can’t-miss concerts, comedy shows, museum exhibits and more.   Ready to plan your week? Here’s your weekly dose of Hollywood events, culture, and other happenings–it’s 7 NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD:   Thursday, October 2: Enjoy meals from Hollywood’s best, all under one roof at the Taglyan Complex–it’s Sunset & Dine 3! Check out e*star’s post for more details. 5pm – 9pm   Friday, October 3: Check out indie rock sensations The War on Drugs at the second of two shows at The Fonda, with LA’s own Cass McCombs opening. 9pm   ...

 
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The Arclight Hollywood Steps Up Their Dining Game

October 1, 2014

 

Guest post from e*star LA e*star LA writes a weekly post for Millennium Hollywood on food and drink in Hollywood.   While we’re all familiar with The Arclight Hollywood, our favorite place to see movies, it’s not like we’ve often considered the in-house cafe or bar a viable place to pre-game before a movie.   But Chef Eric Baran, formerly of Santa Monica Seafood, has been at the helm of their kitchen for about 3 months now and has made major changes while keeping a few favorites. Start off with a plate of ceviche, mussels from Prince Edward Island, or ...

 
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