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Rocco's West Hollywood has transformed into a giant Diesel ad promoting the brand's new D by Diesel fragrance billed as a "genderless Eau de Toilette." Promo banners wrap around the entire restaurant and bar generating attention from community members...
A live camel standing next to Micky's WeHo was used to promote HUMP Middle Eastern Night. Some community members expressed outrage saying the promotion backfired and animal lovers called the publicity stunt animal cruelty, in poor taste, and unnecessary;...
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...
Rocco's WeHo had their official grand opening this past Friday May 10 to a packed house. I recently attended the city’s latest hot spot; co-owned by NSYNC singer Lance Bass, on their first Friday night open. It was advertised...
Rocco's WeHo is now open. Mostly. The new restaurant & bar is currently operating under a soft opening to get the staff acclimated to the run of the business. The 5,000 square foot restaurant/bar, is located at 8900, Santa...
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, located located on 8735 Santa Monica Blvd., on the corner of Hancock Avenue and Santa Monica, in the heart of West Hollywood's Boystown, is closing this coming Sunday after serving the WeHo community...
Emerson's Locksmith Co., the friendly WeHo neighborhood locksmith that has provided residential, commercial and automotive services to the community for 40 years, is leaving their 8930 Santa Monica Boulevard location after being in business in the heart of WeHo's...
Meet Pipo Valderrama, our Go-Go Dancer of the Month for February 2018, from Revolver Video Bar in West Hollywood. Valderrama, who goes by the singular name Pipo, is fairly new to Los Angeles. He's a professional dancer following his...
Andrew Christian is looking for gayer pastures in downtown LA and cites Boystown’s changing demographics and a "difficult" West Hollywood City Hall as the main factors for saying hasta la vista to WeHo. Earlier this week WEHO TIMES reported on...
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