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ONE Archives Foundation announced his week that longtime LGBTQ+ activist and nonprofit leader Tony Valenzuela (he/him) has been named as its new Executive Director. Valenzuela is the first Latinx person to lead ONE Archives Foundation, the longest continuously operating...
AIDS/LifeCycle Cyclist will conclude their 7-day bicycle ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles the weekend. The fundraiser benefitting the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center raised more than $17 million. Cyclists left San Francisco on...
The City of West Hollywood is moving forward with exploring the development of a streetscape plaza public gathering space on San Vicente Boulevard north of Melrose Avenue and south of Santa Monica Boulevard. The city council voted unanimously to pass...
The Foundation for The AIDS Monument hosted a private groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of STORIES: The AIDS Monument in West Hollywood Park, on Saturday, June 5, 2021. Among the speakers at the event commemorating the 40th Anniversary...
A recent walk-through of the West Hollywood Park Phase II construction site reveals what is shaping up to be the Crown Jewel of the city of West Hollywood. Photos exclusive to WEHO TIMES taken on Sunday, April 18, 2021,...
The City of West Hollywood and Los Angeles creative agency Wondros are hosting "Building the Legacy: An Evening of Storytelling for the West Hollywood AIDS Monument" on Saturday, June 15, starting at 5pm - 7pm, at the West Hollywood...
Council Member John D'Amico recently announced that he is running for re-election for West Hollywood city council via his newsletter. He wrote that he's running for another term because of his love for WEHO and his hope to continue...
Sony Pictures Classics is giving one lucky winner and their plus-one a chance to win a meet and greet the stars of the Oscar nominated movie "Call Me by Your Name", Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet. It's all made...
The City of West Hollywood co-sponsors the Foundation for The National AIDS Monument presentation of Go Figure! The Randy Gardner Story, an autobiographical one-man show in which figure skating icon Randy Gardner discusses his personal and professional life, as part of...
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