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In the City of West Hollywood's latest segment of The WeHoans, Season 2, Episode 3, the YouTube series touches on nightlife safety and awareness. In this episode, RuPaul's Drag Race alumnus Willam Belli learns about the dangers of being unaware of one’s surroundings...
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...
My 12 Step Store had much to celebrate this past Wednesday, September 22, during National Recovery Month. The recovery book and gift store located at 8730 Santa Monica Boulevard, in the heart of West Hollywood, partnered with the West...
WeHo Times contributor Albert Serna Jr sat with Manager of Addiction and Recovery Services, at Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, Mike Rizzo, to discuss The Center’s efforts to promote the use of fentanyl testing strips and the impact...
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...
My 12 Step Store, the recovery book and gift store located in the heart of West Hollywood is sponsoring a special free screening of the film My Recoverist Family, as part of the 10th Annual Reel Recovery Film Festival...
In this segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES reader asks recovery and interventionist specialist Ken Seeley about what could be done to handle feelings of loneliness in recovery. "If I could ask a recovery specialist any question, I would...
The City of West Hollywood continues its efforts on bring fentanyl awareness to the community. The City joined local service providers APLA Health and the Los Angeles LGBT Center in support of the distribution of fentanyl test strips and...
Dance teacher, ex-hippie, adjunct university faculty, published research scientist, mom, business consultant, music lover, political stumper, social butterfly, author, fitness professional… this is an impressive list of careers and identities. On the surface, each of them seems to be mutually...
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