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I never thought I'd see the day when I'd find myself eating a frozen treat with crickets and mealworms. Well, that's exactly what happened when I went to check out Salt & Straw ice cream shop in West Hollywood--the...
It's official folks. Los Angeles Pride has begun. The mayor of West Hollywood John Heilman, and Christopher Street West hosted a Pride kick-off party at the Penthouse in West Hollywood to jump start the LA Pride celebrations. Billy Francesca kept...
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...
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,...
#SIZZLE! - A Carnival of Attraction – celebrates four years at the LA Pride festival. The sober #Sizzle section continues to offer interactive events with DJs, games, prizes and more in a fabulous carnival setting. The event runs from...
Attention Madonna fans! Madonna Tribute Bar returns to Busby's East Nightclub in Los Angeles tomorrow, November 11, starting at 9pm. Dance to non-stop Madonna music all night long with Australian DJ RAY ISAAC. Enjoy video projections of M music videos and...
If you are into musicals of any type--whether it's Broadway, TV or film, Musical Mondays at RAGE Nightclub is your type of night. Rage has been home to Musical Mondays for over 4 years, after Eleven Nightclub closed their doors....
The Vanderpump Dog Foundation celebrated World Dog Day in the City of West Hollywood today. The event ran from 11am-4pm at West Hollywood Park. Co-sponsored by the City, and presented by NexGard and SUR Restaurant & Lounge, the event...
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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