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The debate on whether to prohibit the smoking of tobacco, cannabis and vaping inside apartment complexes and at outdoor public areas, came to a head at a regular city council meeting last night, Monday, August 18, 2020. The council...
Flaming Saddles Saloon, located at 8811 Santa Monica Blvd, on the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Larrabee Street, is closing permanently after operating in WeHo for over five years. An official statement on the country western bar's official Facebook...
West Hollywood Council member John D'Amico was in rare form yesterday, when he lashed out at West Hollywood council member candidate Sepi Shyne, via his Facebook timeline. He stopped short of calling her homophobic when he called her out...
Paul Arevalo, the City of West Hollywood City Manager and Director of Emergency Services, issued a tenth Emergency Executive Order (2020-10) on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 Implementing Emergency Measures to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19. The Emergency Executive Order...
The wait is over. Sweat Yoga WeHo is opening today. Grand opening classes begin this evening, Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 5:30pm and tomorrow Thursday, August 13,  with open air rooftop classes on top of the parking lot of...
WeHo council member hopeful Sepi Shyne, took her Instagram account today to share some of the hateful messages she faces while she campaigns for her run to become the first lesbian Iranian-born council member in the the City of...
Former West Hollywood resident Ed Buck, who was indicted last year in connection with the death by overdose of 26-year-old Gemmel Moore at his WeHo apartment on Laurel Avenue, was slapped with four additional federal charges alleging distributing of...
The Stonewall Democratic Club is hosting a West Hollywood Candidate Forum & Special Endorsement Meeting via ZOOM on Sunday, August 9, 2020, from 2pm-4pm. All are welcome to tune in. Following the event, members will then hold an endorsement...
Don't be a maskhole! The City of West Hollywood continues to find ways to remind the community to adhere to Los Angeles County safety measures during the coronavirus pandemic and encourage individuals to continue wearing face coverings and maintaining...
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