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It appears singer/restauranteur Lance Bass, and his business partners at Rocco's WeHo are bringing a new gay dance club called Heart WeHo to the umm... "heart" of West Hollywood, at the former Rage nightclub space located at 8911 Santa...
Layton Williams the star the new theater musical "Everybody's Talking About Jamie" was spotted at West Hollywood's LGBT Rainbow District this past weekend. The actor, singer and dancer posted photos of himself on social media standing on the corner...
Madame Tussauds Hollywood is joining Pink's Hot Dog to celebrate Betty White's 100th birthday at the Wax Museum located at 6933 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood. All proceeds will be donated to the Los Angeles Zoo. The celebration of Betty White will...
The Faultline Bar liquor license was officially canceled on Wednesday, December 29, 2021. An update on the California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) reports the bar’s liquor license was transferred to a new straight bar called Bestie Lounge,...
WeHo Reads 2022 series kicks off the new year with Songs and Signs of Hope and Healing, a collection of songs, poems, stories, and images from Shonda Buchanan, Peter J. Harris, and Imani Tolliver. The poets and writers will focus on...
WEHO TIMES ran into a group of friends at Gym Sportsbar and Grill the eve of Christmas Eve. They were celebrating an annual tradition called ChrisMess, a drag bar crawl in the heart of WeHo's LGBT Rainbow District/Boystown. Men (and...
West Hollywood's Revolver Video Bar has joined Stache WeHo and a growing list of gay bars in the Greater Los Angeles area that are closing temporarily in response to the recent COVID-19 Omicron surge. According to sources, nightlife employees...
Stache WeHo Restaurant and Bar announced this morning via its social media platforms that they will be closing temporarily "out of an abundance of caution due to the recent increase in COVID-19 cases across the country, and in order...
The neon ONE LOVE sign art installation by street artist Scott Froschauer is back on Santa Monica Boulevard near the Holloway Drive intersection. The artwork, curated by long-time West Hollywood resident Valda Lake, the owner of Wallspace Gallery, was hauled...
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