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The newly renovated Werle Building--home to the West Hollywood Recovery Center, the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum and the June L. Mazer Lesbian Archives is officially open. City council members held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, November 6, and hosted...
In the City of West Hollywood's latest segment of The WeHoans, Season 2, Episode 3, the YouTube series touches on nightlife safety and awareness. In this episode, RuPaul's Drag Race alumnus Willam Belli learns about the dangers of being unaware of one’s surroundings...
The City of West Hollywood continues their Halloween tradition and delivers yet another unique and widely attended West Hollywood Halloween Carnival this year. Several thousands of people hit a one-mile stretch of Santa Monica Boulevard's Historic Route 66, between...
The wait is finally over. Extensive renovations to the new West Hollywood Recovery Center Werle Building are complete! The City of West Hollywood is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand re-opening of the historic city-owned building. Mayor Pro...
The month of November is recognized as Transgender Awareness Month throughout the United States. West Hollywood City officials and members of West Hollywood’s Transgender Advisory Board kicked off November with the raising of the transgender flag.  There was also a...
Jake DuPree, the web sensation, dancer, fitness instructor, and comedian known for spreading unicorn sparkle, love, and light, can add Queen of Halloween to his roster. The City of West Hollywood will crown DuPree, "Queen of Halloween" tonight during the...
The new Pride Recovery LA hosted a “Coming Out” party this past Thursday, October 26, to celebrate the grand opening of the treatment center in West Hollywood. The program specializes in the needs of LGBTQ people who seek treatment...
Are you ready for a disaster? Do you know what to do in the care of an major earthquake?  The City of West Hollywood bringing some awareness to earthquakes preparedness and other disasters with the release of the city's...
The fight to end HIV/AIDS continues and so do the efforts to raise money to benefit the people affected by the disease with thousands gathered for the 33rd annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles this past weekend. People from all walks...
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