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by Staff photos by Forrest Leo / forrestleophotos.com West Hollywood’s sensational GO-GO Dancers perform all year round to titillate and delight locals and tourists. We have more GO-GO Dancers per square mile than any other city in America and we celebrate their...
Meet Aaron Kodak. He's our Go-Go Dancer of the Month for May 2018--coming at ya from The Abbey Food & Bar (photos taken at The Chapel). Kodak is all lips, all muscles and a washboard stomach. But underneath his...
WeHo Reads presented an intimate conversation and poem reading by Inaugural Poet Laureate of Los Angeles, Eloise Klein Healy. The event was hosted by West Hollywood Poet Laureate Kim Downer, at The West Hollywood City Council Chambers, on Friday, October...
Wonder Woman songbird, Lynda Carter returns to the Catalina Jazz Club with her exciting new show “This Life: My Music – My Story”. She will be joined on stage with her All-Star Band this Friday, March 29 & Saturday,...
The West Hollywood community is mourning the loss of entertainer, HIV Advocate, Fairy Godmother of Fundraising, and WeHo resident, Irene Soderberg, who sources say, passed away this morning at Cedars Sinai. Soderberg has been entertaining for over 30 years. Wherever...
Who's your Daddy? Why not hop on DaddyBear, the new social networking, dating, uh, hook up app and find out. According to the app's website, “DaddyBear is a private gay dating app that connects gay sugar daddies and gay bears....
Feud! Media Malice in WeHoland The rainbow City of West Hollywoodland has within its spectrum all the makings of an old-fashioned Hollywood-style media Feud. There's now enough cattiness and media malice in West Hollywood to make Hedda and Louella—or maybe I should say...
Seasons change and so do the names and faces of the businesses in the city of West Hollywood. Another retail store is on its way out of the Boystown vicinity. Pink signage has gone up over the Andrew Christian...
In April 2003, “Jerry Springer: The Opera” debuted in London’s West End. Alison Jiear played a small part in the musical as a voluptuous pole dancer and sang a number written by Richard Thomas called  “I Just Wanna Dance”. The...
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