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The City of West Hollywood is Being Recognized for its Historic Resources Survey and West Hollywood Historic Resources Preservation Website www.wehopreservation.org. The city's Planning and Development Services Department was notified that it will receive the Governor’s Historic Preservation Award...
The City of West Hollywood’s Plummer Park is set to bring the production of Señor Plummer’s Final Fiesta to the stage on October 19. The award-winning site-specific immersive theater experience will be brought to life by Rogue Artists Ensemble. Señor...
Council member Lindsey Horvath is hosting a fundraising event to benefit WeHo Stories on September 11, beginning at 6pm at a location available upon RSVP. WeHo Stories is an oral history project to finally honor and immortalize the unique legacy...
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...
Here's a Throwback Thursday to The Athletic Club West Hollywood--a gym that was popular in the 80s to mid-90s, and could date back to the late 60s/early 70s. The gym was located in WeHo's Boystown on the south-side corner of...
Sad news for Art Deco building fans. West Hollywood's historic Streamline Moderne building that was formerly Jones Dog & Cat Hospital located at 9080 Santa Monica Boulevard, has been recently walled up with a chain link fence and a...
Is the beloved West Hollywood gay bar Mother Lode, closing? It was a question that rippled through the WeHo gayborhood when residents woke up to find the historical gay bar all boarded up last month. When plywood goes up, it's...
I must have walked by the WeHo Bistro located on the corner of La Cienega Boulevard and Holloway Drive for well over a 100 times before one day I finally decided to give it a try. I quickly learned...
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