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The Los Angeles LGBT Center began to administer the first batch of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to its frontline workers, including Health Services staff members and the Security and Facilities workers who support the Center’s various health care sites. The...
State of California’s Health and Human Services Secretary, Dr. Mark Ghaly, announced that the State Regional State Stay at Home Order remains in effect at this time for the region as the rate of new COVID cases and hospitalizations...
West Hollywood Visitor parking permits are getting the digital treatment via a web-based ‘Permit-by-Plate’ technology. Beginning Monday, January 4, 2021, residents will be able to skip a trip to the parking office at the Kings Road Garage and obtain...
Dog guardians united! The City of West Hollywood is currently going through a series of firsts: WeHo residents elected Sepi Shyne to the city council making her the first out LGBTQ Iranian woman to hold office locally and globally....
Holiday Trees are 100 percent recyclable. They will be collected by West Hollywood's solid waste hauler, Athens Services, beginning Saturday, December 26, 2020, through the second week of January, 2021. Athens will not pick up trash on Christmas Day,...
Hollywood NOW (National Organization for Women) honored West Hollywood community activist and feminist Nadia Sutton, with the 2020 HERStory Award via a ZOOM presentation on Tuesday, December 15, 2020. Sutton is member of the West Hollywood Women's Advisory Board, an...
The West Hollywood city council will consider directing staff to study the permanent installation of transgender flag crosswalks located at a prominent intersection along Santa Monica Boulevard. The item initiated by council members John Erickson and Sepi Shyne also...
The City has installed a large-scale public art banner display, Origin Story of Women’s Right to Vote as part of the City’s yearlong celebration of the 19th Amendment centennial. The art installation starts at Crescent Heights Boulevard, to Santa...
Akbar gay bar in Silverlake is struggling to stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic that is sinking several LGBTQ spaces throughout the country. In its effort to "stay alive" through the COVID-19 shutdown, owners Scott Craig and Peter Alexander...
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