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RuPaul's Dragcon flew their freak flag at the Los Angeles Convention Center for a fifth colorful year on May 24-26. The three day convention celebrating all things drag and the makeup, the wardrobe, and the wigs that come with...
The Circus of Books Documentary is coming to Outfest! The Los Angeles based non-profit organization promoting equality by creating, sharing, and protecting LGBTQ stories on the screen announced its 2019 Achievement Award recipient, Nisha Ganatra, and its galas, including...
Members of the community have reached out to the WeHo Times with concerns that Fiesta Cantina, the restaurant and bar located at in the heart of WeHo's Boystown, has been hosting mixers for a political group known for their...
Dan Reynolds is best known for being the lead singer and frontman of the Grammy award, American Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards-winning band, Imagine Dragons. The list of awards and accolades bestowed on Imagine Dragons and Dan is...
White Party 2019, the largest gay circuit party in the U.S., is celebrating three decades of music, dancing, pool parties, go-go dancers and a lineup of international DJs and guest stars this weekend, from Friday, April 26, to Monday,...
The wait is over. At least for those living in the East Coast. The Circus of Books doc is finally getting its film debut with a scheduled premier at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. Unfortunately, the Tribeca Film...
Pride season is fast approaching and with it comes an influx of many familiar and beautiful things. Banners and flags pop up in shops and homes, local queens promote pride-themed numbers and outfits, baby gays fresh from the closet...
Former Republican Congressman Aaron Schock, was allegedly spotted at Coachella making out with a guy and partying with other gay men. The closeted Schock has been outed with photos and several eyewitness accounts. Not one to mince words, West Hollywood...
The Wing, a club that started out as a women members only club, but has recently changed its policy to allow trans and nonbinary individuals, is coming to West Hollywood. The women's "mostly" co-working and community space is moving...
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