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Halloween would not Halloween without Bill & Jason's Halloweenie 15. Friday marked the 15th anniversary for the largest, loudest and sexiest annual gay fundraiser in Los Angeles. The party returned to the historic Belasco Theater in DTLA. The event’s creators Fred Arens...
A Fubar Halloween pop-up is coming to the City of West Hollywood. On October 16th, Fubar announced it would be hosting a special Halloween party pop-up for Halloween weekend. We can report that the special pop-up is taking place...
Here's something to watch for Halloween. Billed as the first ever gay horror slasher film in 2004, the movie Hellbent takes place at the famed West Hollywood Halloween Carnival (cancelled this year due to COVID) with a serial killer on...
There is no war on Christmas and the City of West Hollywood has not cancelled Halloween. The City of West Hollywood does not have the power to cancel All Hallows' Eve, or All Saints' Eve, which is a celebration...
"This has been the most fantastic event," said West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister of this year's Youth Halloween Carnival at Plummer Park. "It has been such a great crowd. The kids are loving it. The dogs are loving it....
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce released A Guide to Halloween Fun in West Hollywood. We'd like to share their list with our readers and add a few suggestions of our own in and around WeHo. OCTOBER 23 Halloween (Special...
The West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval has been cancelled this year as a citywide precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19, but the Day of the Dead festival is still coming to Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The 22nd Annual Día y Noche...
Put away your pitch forks people. It turns out the former Rage gay space, is REALLY not turning into a Spirit Halloween pop-up shop like the new storefront would have people believe. It was a trick with a promise...
Last month marked a year since the news broke that the The Rage Nightclub, located at 8911 Santa Monica Blvd, had permanently closed after operating in the heart of West Hollywood’s Boystown (now known as the LGBT Rainbow District) for...
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