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The newly renovated Werle Building--home to the West Hollywood Recovery Center, the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum and the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives is officially open. City council members held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, November 6, and hosted...
La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is hosting Dancing4dollars Dance-a-Thon in support of the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s youth programs and services on July 28. The fundraiser aims to engage local community, raise awareness regarding addiction treatment, celebrate sober life and...
La Fuente Hollywood treatment Center is bringing back the concept of a dance-a-thon with Dancing4Dollars--an event that allows participants to dance for a good cause that benefits the Los Angeles LGBT Center's youth programs and services . The Dancing4dollars dance-a-thon will...
In the latest segment of our sex/love/relationship/recovery segment of Ask Ken, intervention specialist and addiction expert, Ken Seeley, breaks down why folks in recovery can't do poppers. A WEHO TIMES reader submitted the following: "I know I can't do Tina anymore, because...
The second man to die in the home of former Democratic donor Ed Buck, has been identified as 55-year-old Timothy Dean. He was employee at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills and also has a gay porn past under...
#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...
The month of September is National Recovery Month. WEHO TIMES is happy to introduce "Ask Ken Seeley"--a new segment that allows our readers the opportunity to ask intervention specialist and addiction expert Ken Seeley, of Intervention 911, anything in...
Were you seen at #BOOM! this past New Year's Eve? The Sixth Annual Alcohol-free party returned to the city of West Hollywood for a sober New Year’s Eve celebration to help those who wished to ring in 2019 completely...
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...
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