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WeHo Reads 2022 series kicks off the new year with Songs and Signs of Hope and Healing, a collection of songs, poems, stories, and images from Shonda Buchanan, Peter J. Harris, and Imani Tolliver. The poets and writers will focus on...
The neon ONE LOVE sign art installation by street artist Scott Froschauer is back on Santa Monica Boulevard near the Holloway Drive intersection. The artwork, curated by long-time West Hollywood resident Valda Lake, the owner of Wallspace Gallery, was hauled...
West Hollywood City Hall will reorganize itself with several top-level personnel changes, including a newly named Deputy City Manager and the ouster of the Communications Manager. A source tells WEHO TIMES the reorganization will also see several shifts in...
The City of West Hollywood unveiled the artwork for the 2021 Holiday banner and poem. Each year, the City's Arts Division commissions an artist to create an image to celebrate the holidays, West Hollywood style. These images are printed...
The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division is seeking artist’s proposals for a hand-painted pride mural on an exterior wall at City Hall located at 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard. The proposed mural will celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride in West Hollywood....
The City of West Hollywood presents the 2021 WeHo Artist Grantees with a special virtual discussion on December 15, 2021 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Click here to register. This year’s WeHo Artist Grantees include: Antonio  Rael – a...
This past Saturday night, October 30th, Jamaican Jonkanoo characters Queen, Devil, Pitchy Patchy, Jack-in-the-Green and Belly Woman were in high spirits as they joined throngs of Halloween revelers to make their debut in the festive West Hollywood community. The...
Free entertainment continues at WeHo Park via WeHo Arts, this time with special performances by Leggy Riggs Circus Cabaret featuring WeHo Arts grantee Alx Luke on Saturday, October 16, 2021. Leggy Riggs offered two live performances this past weekend featuring aerial acrobatics,...
The ONE LOVE neon art sign installation by street artist Scott Froschauer was hauled off last week to get some badly needed repairs after it was allegedly struck by a car. Workers dismantled the popular sign last Monday at roughly...
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