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A unanimous vote at a special city council meeting Wednesday night, concluded the OUT on Robertson Pilot Program street closure. Council members agreed to give David Cooley, the owner of The Abbey Food & Bar and the Chapel, a...
Rumors abound as a full-on demolition begins inside the former Gold Coast Bar space located at 8228 Santa Monica Boulevard. Construction workers were seen removing debris yesterday and photos of the demo are circulating on social media, sparking speculations of...
On a 4-1 vote Monday night, West Hollywood’s City Council approved controversial changes protecting hotel workers and placing limits on the number of rooms housekeepers are required to clean per day, while providing additional compensation for going beyond those...
A large number of hotel workers, residents and allies gathered at Kings Road Park at around 5:30 p.m. They marched up Santa Monica Boulevard and gathered in front of the West Hollywood City Hall, on the corner of Sweetzer...
The City of West Hollywood is conducting a community survey to solicit public input about a naming request to rename the West Hollywood Library in honor of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Community participation in this survey is...
The West Hollywood city council will vote on the future of the OUT on Robertson weekend closure program and provide further direction at a special council meeting meeting on Wednesday, July 21st at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will also...
Britney Spears fans and supporters hit Santa Monica Boulevard with a Free Britney March to bring awareness to the pop star's courtroom battle to regain control of her life over her father's conservatorship. Britney advocates also called for an...
A statement from the desk of Los Angeles County Sheriff, Alex Villanueva, says it will not support The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health's (DPH) updated order requiring everyone to wear masks indoors despite being vaccinated. L.A. sheriffs state...
Dozens of laid off WeHo hotel workers gathered at Plummer Park last week to launch a door-to-door campaign to inform the community on a worker protection hotel ordinance that is up for a vote by the West Hollywood City...
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