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Brian Sonia-Wallace, Poet Laureate of West Hollywood, was recently awarded $50,000 by The Academy of American Poets. With the support from the Mellon Foundation, The Academy of American Poets will fund 23 individuals who serve as Poets Laureate of...
The Foundation for The AIDS Monument hosted a private groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of STORIES: The AIDS Monument in West Hollywood Park, on Saturday, June 5, 2021. Among the speakers at the event commemorating the 40th Anniversary...
Get your tickets. JJLA's OUTLOUD: Raising Voices, the live, in-person concert is happening this weekend starting Friday, June 4 - 6, at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The three-day concert will celebrate Stonewall Day and bring a collection of LGBT artists...
Jimmy Palmieri looks back at his very first Pride weekend in the City of West Hollywood as part of our WeHo Pride Stories for Pride Month 2021. === The year was 1994. I left New York and a 14 year relationship...
ONE Archives Foundation presents "Pride Publics: Words and Actions," a multi-site outdoor exhibition that examines the intersection between pride and publicness in partnership with the City of West Hollywood as part of One City One Pride. The official exhibit...
The City of West Hollywood’s One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival continues with the free Human Rights Speakers Series virtual panel discussion: Breaking Fast: Exploring the Intersection of Faith and Sexuality. The Breaking Fast virtual panel discussion will be livestreamed...
It was a busy day in the City of West Hollywood today. The city unveiled a Born This Way Street-Lane art installation on N. Robertson Boulevard in front of the Abbey Food & Bar. The rainbow street mural is...
New public art has been installed at the traffic median on Santa Monica Boulevard and Doheny Drive as part of West Hollywood's Art on the Outside program. Meringue, by artist Kiduck Kim, went up this week and will be on...
West Hollywood's One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival is all virtual this year. The city will celebrate the artistic contributions of the LGBTQ community with 40 days of online programming. It all kicks off with Harvey Milk Day...
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