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The 24-Hour Fitness West Hollywood gym is closing next week. Permanently. Its final day is November 30, 2021. According to rumors, it will make way for a brand new more luxurious, pricy and exclusive ("but inclusive") club, which many...
The City of West Hollywood was officially incorporated as an independent City on November 29, 1984. A coalition of LGBT activists, seniors, and renters proposed a Cityhood with progressive policies and strong tenant's rights protections. Previously an unincorporated section...
Multi-stall gender neutral bathrooms will be discussed at the upcoming regular West Hollywood City Council meeting on Monday, May 3, 2021. City Council will consider directing staff and the City Attorney to evaluate and draft an ordinance to require...
West Hollywood Mayor, Lindsey Horvath, popped into the Drew Barrymore Show yesterday to present the actress, turned talk show host, with a key to the City and a proclamation declaring her birthday, February 22, "Drew Barrymore Day" in West...
The Hoop Bus led hundreds of bicyclists through the streets of West Hollywood for a peaceful Bike Ride For Black Lives Matter demonstration from Hollywood to Santa Monica. The long line of cyclists reached WeHo around 3pm yesterday, Sunday,...
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce hosted their Mix n Mingle monthly business mixer at the Hustler Hollywood, on Wednesday, February 26. The adult retail store relocated to at 8873 Sunset Blvd Suite #5, just down the street from...
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (WHCC) will host the West Hollywood Creative Business Awards 2017 on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at The Jeremy West Hollywood, at 8490 Sunset Boulevard. The festivities begin at 6:00 PM with a reception...
2021 WEHO Arts Performance Grant recipient Leopold Nunan, “The Leo From Rio Sound Machine”, invited his musical friends and guests to perform with him at a high energy interactive pop-up dance concert at West Hollywood Park this past Sunday, September...
The City of West Hollywood cancelled its Annual Halloween Carnaval event as a precaution to keep people safe against the spread of COVID. Yet the the night before Halloween drew massive crowds. People spilled onto the streets due to overcrowded sidewalks...
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