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"We got the joy of the Holy Ghost!" Chanted a group of Jesus lovers as they made their way up and down Santa Monica Boulevard in the heart of West Hollywood's LGBT Rainbow District as part of a Jesus...
The removal of the current WeHo Rainbow Crosswalks at San Vicente and Santa Monica Boulevards will begin Tuesday night, February 22, 2022 at 11:00 p.m. and will conclude at 6:00 a.m. Wednesday morning, February 23, 2022. The removal will make...
Several sources inform WEHO TIMES that WeHo Mother Lode bar is getting ready to open as soon as next week. Yes, we've heard it all before, but a video posted by DJ Grant Smith shows one of the oldest...
“The City of West Hollywood (City) Code Compliance team has been making contact with businesses that installed temporary lighting (i.e. Christmas lights) on City trees without City approval after receiving a complaint and concerns expressed by our City arborists,”...
Shortly after being awarded the most business-friendly city in Los Angeles County by the the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation’s (LAEDC), some businesses on the Boystown / LGBT Rainbow District are saying they are not feeling the love...
The City of West Hollywood cancelled its Annual Halloween Carnaval event as a precaution to keep people safe against the spread of COVID. Yet the the night before Halloween drew massive crowds. People spilled onto the streets due to overcrowded sidewalks...
The West Hollywood rainbow globe lanterns located above Santa Monica Boulevard, between N. Robertson Boulevard and Hancock Avenue, in the heart of WeHo’s Boystown / LGBT Rainbow District, put on a colorful water display last night during the ongoing...
West Hollywood Council member John D'Amico was in rare form yesterday, when he lashed out at West Hollywood council member candidate Sepi Shyne, via his Facebook timeline. He stopped short of calling her homophobic when he called her out...
The City of West Hollywood recently installed year-round decorative street lanterns on Santa Monica Boulevard. The colorful lanterns zigzag from N. Robertson Boulevard and Hancock Avenue in the heart of West Hollywood. The new lanterns are the result of positive...
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