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The custody debate for The Lions Club Log Cabin continues. During the West Hollywood City Council's closed session today, the West Hollywood Preservation Alliance (WHPA) issued a statement urging the The City of West Hollywood to purchase the two...
La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center is celebrating 16 years of serving the sober LGBTQ community this month. The addiction treatment center specialized in helping individuals who seek recovery to heal, strengthen and advance their lives, first opened its doors in...
In the spirit of promoting good health, Capitol Drugs/Power Zone and West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (WHCC) are set to host their bi-annual Sample Saturday & Health Fair on Santa Monica Boulevard on Saturday, October 21st, 2017 from 12:00...
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...
In 2020, the West Hollywood City Council approved the cancellation of all major special events in the City of West Hollywood through the end of 2020. However, the city remains in a declared local emergency in response to the coronavirus...
My 12 Step Store West Hollywood, the recovery gift and book store that specializes in 12-step literature, medallions and other sober celebratory gift items, is one of many West Hollywood small businesses taking a huge hit in retail sales...
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...
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...
It was an evening full of dancing for a good cause at La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center's Dancing4Dollars fundraiser Dance-a-Thon this past Saturday, July 28. La Fuente alumni, friends and supporters gathered at 5718 Fountain Ave., in Los Angeles...
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