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Last Wednesday, Micky’s WeHo, one of the largest nightclubs in West Hollywood’s Boystown/LGBT Rainbow District, launched something a little different from its usual drag and DJ nights: a new weekly open mic series called The Mic @ Micky’s. It returns...
The City of West Hollywood was a party destination for Super Bowl weekend with hordes of football fans and their admirers hitting Santa Monica Boulevard for a long weekend of night life before the big game between the Los...
It seems the clock struck February 1st in West Hollywood and Micky’s WeHo, located at 8857 Santa Monica Boulevard, exploded with lights. We're taking about pinks and reds and all the colors of the rainbow illuminating the front patio...
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 Red Dress Party fundraiser is BACK in the city of West Hollywood! Trunks Bar is hosting its very first annual Red Dress Party in collaboration with Micky's WeHo on November 14, 2021. The event is in association with...
Were you seen at Micky's in West Hollywood opening night? The gay nightclub had its grand comeback celebration this past Thursday, July 1st. The evening included a proclamation from the City of West Hollywood and later a crowded night full...
After a over a year of receiving numerous messages from our readers inquiring about the future of Micky's WeHo, and speculations about whether it was lost for good, the big question has been answered: Micky's nightclub and bar is...
Los Angeles County met the threshold for the less restrictive orange tier in the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. In a revised Los Angeles Health Officer Order that went into effect April 5th, bars are now allowed to open...
A revised Health Officer Order from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health further eases restrictions on certain businesses like bars, nail salons, spas, tattoo parlors and other activities, as it continues to move the County of Los...
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