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    West Hollywood is a city in Los Angeles, California. West Hollywood is known for a variety of things, including the Sunset Strip, its large LGBT population and regular celebrity sightings. Since its earliest years, West Hollywood has earned a reputation for its nightlife and home to emerging artists in the entertainment industry. Based on the city’s history and current demographics, it is suitable for a new live entertainment venue to be established. SWOT Analysis Strengths: One of the biggest strengths for a live entertainment venue is its location. The Sunset Strip in West Hollywood has a rich history of famous venues. West Hollywood and the surrounding Los Angeles area is considered the epicenter of the entertainment industry. Weaknesses:…

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    Another aspect of the Old West Hollywood glazes over is the difficulty of frontier living. In many movies, living in the West is depicted as easy and carefree. This is an extensive misconception. Settlers in the Old West battled an array of obstacles including the lack of supplies and food, isolation for periods of time, a very limited connection with the rest of the world, brutal weather, and fires. As a result of living in the unsettled West, supplies were sent out very sparingly. Ordering…

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    The city of West Hollywood employs a franchise system that shares similarities with Santa Monica. Seven franchisee companies are licensed to operate in West Hollywood. Only the licensed drivers from these seven companies can legally pick-up passengers in the region. As previously mentioned, West Hollywood has experienced problems with unlicensed taxicab’s operating in their city. This present’s serious customer safety issues and constrains city resources by having to regulate these “bandit”…

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    West Hollywood Carnaval 1. Description Monday October 31, 2016, Halloween night, my friend and I decided to attend West Hollywood Carnaval. Before getting there, we had a hard time looking for parking for we didn’t know it’s going to be that popular. It took us about two hours to find parking which is also very far from the event. We walked for 30 minutes just to get to the location. It’s both our first time. The event takes place in the streets of Santa Monica Boulevard between N Doheny Drive…

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    1. Introduction Our company has decided to bring “The London West Hollywood Hotel” into Singapore. Basically, this hotel is a five star hotel from Los Angeles. In Los Angeles, it is built in a city that allow the guests to have a wonderful view from their room, the floor plan in the hotel provides a majestically and appealing feeling to the guests. They even provide superb food and drink as the chefs they hired is full of experiences. Guests will even entitle to breakfast when they stay in this…

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    Within the city of East Hollywood according to the U.S Census (2000) there is a population of 73,967where 60.4% are Latino, 17.5% White, 15.5% Asian, 2.4% Black, and 4.1% other. Within the East Hollywood population there is a median household income of $29,927 and 3,281 families headed by single parents. Also in the East Hollywood population the median age is 31 where in the country the highest population range of age ranges from 19 to 34 (Mapping L.A., 2016). Central Hollywood on the other hand…

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    Introduction The representation of Africa and African people in popular American media has been a major concern in academic disciplines and the subject of numerous books and essays. Many scholars and activists have written about this issue seeking to introduce new knowledges and methodologies into the debate while taking into account the overwhelming evidence of the colonial influence on these representations. The debates and arguments are not restricted to Hollywood films (although Hollywood…

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    Before the 1940s, Hollywood and the Studio System, was one that carried the American Film Industry to new heights and brought on different visions from aspiring filmmakers and film companies. What was once just a convenient place to escape the grasp and control of The Trust, became the place to be during the 1920s. Hollywood was thriving with the system it created. The Big Five film companies created movies that made those years the Golden Age of Hollywood. But of course a system that gave the…

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    The Debut Film Analysis

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    culture, using the real problems and relatable issues that teenagers face. This film is one of the first films I’ve viewed which portrays an Asian culture as what it truly is. Unlike many other films and scenes in Hollywood cinema, this film did not use negative stereotypes or derogatory topics as its main base. Director Gene Cajayon is from the Filipino agency and grew up in its heritage; this reflects on the films true use of Tagalog, traditions, relationships, and cultural values. What was…

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    Formulaic Film Essay

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    Hollywood film has been a dominant force in the world of film due to its box office success that comes through archetypical forms that appeal to the masses and allows for them to be entertained. The film industry in Latin America has had a more challenging time creating films that are as commercially successful which would allow the films in Latin American countries to be able to create a stronger national cinema identity. Though much of Latin America appears to be further underdeveloped than…

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