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The Los Angeles Conservancy announced that Oil Can Harry's has become an official Historic-Cultural Monument (HCM) following an unanimous vote by the Los Angeles City Council on April 13, 2022. In October 2021, the City of Los Angeles's Cultural Heritage Commission voted in favor...
Community members who passed by the old Gym Bar space at 8737 Santa Monica Boulevard today were treated to a sneak peek of the new gay bar that's coming soon to the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Hancock...
Mother Lode West Hollywood survived the pandemic. Just like THAT, the oldest gay bar in WeHo's Boystown/LGBT Rainbow District finally opened yesterday after being closed way past the Los Angeles County Health Department's closure of bars, gyms, and entertainment...
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...
No, Fubar is not moving to the old Gym Bar Space. However, Fubar's owner Jay Krymis tells WEHO TIMES he is opening a new gay bar at the former home of the popular sports bar, which moved to a...
West Hollywood's historical Mother Lode Bar is currently hiring in anticipation of a grand re-opening coming soon. There are signs all over the bar's storefront stating that it is NOW HIRING bartenders, barbacks, and security guards (California Guard card...
The Los Angeles Conservancy released a statement last week in support of Los Angeles Councilmember Paul Krekorian’s motion to initiate a Historic-Cultural Monument designation for the Oil Can Harry’s gay bar. The LGBTQ country western line-dancing bar located in Studio...
Gym Sportsbar is yet another gay bar asking for financial aid from its loyal customers through a GoFundMe account. In this case, the Sportsbar which closed from its original location at 8737 Santa Monica Boulevard, in West Hollywood, on July...
The Eagle LA, located at 4219 Santa Monica Boulevard, in East Hollywood, is the latest LGBTQ+ space to launch a GoFundMe virtual fundraiser in an effort to stay open as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage queer spaces into...
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