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I pictured the movie, "Magic Mike" when I attended the Adonis Lounge LA recently. I envisioned sexy hot men gyrating to the blasting song "It's Raining Men" in unison wearing nothing but g-strings and rainbow umbrellas. Yet, that is far...
L.A. Pride, which is scheduled to take place on June 8th and 9th of this year, is going to be here before we know it, and it is sure to be a fabulous time as usual. And if you’re...
The first time I ever attended the Red Dress Party at The Gold Coast bar was probably before cellphones were invented. I would say about 10 years ago. I was a Red Charlie's Angel of sorts. I wore what...
Were you seen at APLA's TOY BOX PARTY this past on Sunday, November 25th? The 23rd Annual toy drive returned to the city of West Hollywood. The event took place its new location, at Kimpton La Peer Hotel in...
The staged reading of Patricia Loughrey's "Dear Harvey," officially kicked-off One City One Pride festival in the City of West Hollywood this evening at the West Hollywood City Chambers. The reading was organized and produced by the Celebration Theatre,...
Chad Michael Hall, Artistic Director, Choreographer and founder of Multiplex Dance--a Los Angeles-based meta-modern dance company, sits with WEHO TIMES contributor Mike Pingle to discuss the West Hollywood Dance Festival coming to WeHo this weekend. According to Hall, "you don’t have...
RuPaul’s DragCon slayed Los Angeles this past weekend. It was loud, bright and fast-moving, very much like RuPaul's Drag Race, the show that took all things drag to the next level. According to reports, this year's drag convention numbers broke...
City of West Hollywood and West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station continue their battle against driving under the influence (DUI). The City of West Hollywood is warning drivers who think it's no biggie to drive drunk that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s...
Vol. 4                What a month, what a month, what a month!  June is Pride Month, of course.  And, my goodness, childrens, it was everywhere around WeHo, from bus stop artwork to an entire LGBTQ issue of “Entertainment Weekly” on...
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