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National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is this February 7, 2019. The Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Downtown Los Angeles (LA CADA DTLA) is teaming up with AHF Pharmacies, Flux - AHF and Subway Little Tokyo for...
Family, friends, and longtime colleagues gathered at One Archives at the USC Libraries in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 27, to bid a formal farewell to LGBTQ activist Ivy Bottini, 93. The soon-to-be former West Hollywood resident is set to...
Drivers beware. The City of West Hollywood is stepping up enforcement of anti-gridlock measures as a reminder to drivers to “Don’t Block Traffic.” Beginning in February 2019, the City’s contracted Parking Enforcement personnel will begin monitoring major intersections during commute...
If you noticed extra police presence on WeHo's Boystown area around the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard this week, it could be in response to the recent threats and homophobic harassment of gay clothing store...
The City of West Hollywood responded to the U.S. Supreme Court's Decision, which permits implementation of transgender military ban. The discriminatory ban prevent transgender people from serving openly in the Military with condemnation. The 5-4 decision to decline hearing...
There was an outpouring of support for teachers at West Hollywood School during the United Teachers Los Angeles strike these past six days. Parents, neighbors and students stood in solidarity with educators at the picket lines, and local West Hollywood...
Strong winds wrecked havoc all over the Greater Los Angeles area this past weekend, and the city of West Hollywood was no exception. Winds knocked over a 100-year-old Eucalyptus tree last night, which fell on the historical plantation house...
The City of West Hollywood and its Women’s Advisory Board will join with the National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles (NCJW|LA) for Roe v. Wade at 46: A Night of Resistance + Stories of Resilience, to commemorate the...
Members of the DTLA queer community are mourning the loss of nightlife visionary Nacho Nava, who some consider the Father of Queer Underground in Downtown Los Angeles. Nava passed on Saturday, January 19. Sources say he lost his battle...
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