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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...
#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...
Specialty recovery gift and bookstore, My 12 Step Store, joins next door neighbor, Locali eatery, to create SoBar Lounge, a mixture of late night shopping, music, food, desserts, coffee, and sophisticated mocktails, launching on Valentines Day, Friday, February 14,...
The Sample Saturday & Health Fair returned to Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood this past Saturday, March 23. Capital Drugs / Power Zone partnered with the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, Cedars Sinai and the City of West...
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...
The City of West Hollywood and Safe West Hollywood Community Coalition are hosting a Chemsex Town Hall on Wednesday, February 12, starting at 7pm, at West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. The discussion will focus...
In this segment of Ask Ken, a WEHO TIMES reader asks intervention specialist and addiction expert Ken Seeley, some questions about his search for Mr. Perfect. "I date a lot of people and as soon as I find a flaw,...
My 12 Step Store, the recovery gift and book store, located in the heart of West Hollywood, is known for its large selection of recovery items for anyone working a program of recovery looking for that perfect sober gift. The...
The Van Ness Recovery House has been serving the LGBTQ community since it first opened its doors on Van Ness Avenue, in 1973, making it the oldest recovery house serving the LGBTQ community in the nation today. LGBTQ alcoholics...
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