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MY 12 STEP STORE, the recovery book and gift store located at 8730 Santa Monica Boulevard in the heart of West Hollywood, will celebrate Pride Month 2019 with a lineup of events that support the recovering LGBTQ+ community. It...
No dating in early sobriety! We’ve all heard it a thousand times. At least not within that first year. When I completely surrendered to that idea, that’s when she entered my life. Actually, she walked into my Saturday afternoon...
The countdown is set for Dancing4Dollars Dance-a-thon--a fundraiser hosted by La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center on Saturday July 28, 2018. Funds raised will benefit the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s homeless youth programs and services. The event will be held...
In this latest segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES readers with 10-plus years of sobriety asks recovery and interventionist specialist Ken Seeley, if someone sober can make a relationship work with a "normie," or someone who drinks. "Ken, I'm...
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...
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...
La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is hosting the second annual ETA Summit (Eat Think Act) at Maggiano's at The Grove, on Friday, Oct 11. The forward-thinking summit focuses on topics and solutions specific to the LGBTQ experience in addiction...
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...
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...
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