Failure on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame

BY Al Urbanski

The Museum of Failure is one of three new tenants at Hollywood & Highland, a shopping-entertainment-dining center that neighbors TLC (formerly Grauman’s) Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard.

Immense failure and success is common in Hollywood, so it makes sense for the center’s newest attraction to sit alongside the internationally famous Walk of Fame. An import from Sweden, the Museum of Failure presents a collection of 100-plus marketplace flops like Bic for Her, the Segway, the hula chair, the Apple Newton, and President Donald Trump’s 1989 version of Monopoly.

Other new tenants at Hollywood & Highland are Foot Locker and Japan House of Los Angeles. A first in the U.S., Japan house is a multi-level cultural center which, when finished, will include an 8,000-sq.-ft. fine dining restaurant, a retail shop, and a gallery.

In-place tenants at the center include Hard Rock Café, American Eagle Outfitters, and Shoe Palace.

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