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Amoeba Music Tells AHF and Other Groups to Back Off

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Amoeba Music tells groups suing over new complex on its Hollywood site to ‘back away’

HOLLYWOOD (Los Angeles Times) — Amoeba Music on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. When Los Angeles officials gave their blessing to a new development to replace the Amoeba Music building in Hollywood, critics went to court to try to stop it, arguing it would destroy a “cultural resource.”

But one of the owners of Amoeba Music complained this week that the push to preserve its distinctive art “threatens the very existence of the business it is claiming to hope to preserve.”

In his statement, Amoeba co-owner Jim Henderson said that “using Amoeba without our consent in their battle against development is more likely to permanently close our doors than anything else we have faced to date.”

Henderson said that when Amoeba sold its Hollywood building four years ago, it did so in order to survive as a retailer. Its goal, he said, was to relocate to a new space that would be more affordable.

Instead, Henderson said the public push to stop the new development and protect neon art on the site — launched last month by AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Coalition to […]

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