Nostalgia Rules at Saved By the Max

The sitcom-themed bar is a West Hollywood home run.

Employees Only Takes L.A.

The infamous New York bar finds its West Coast groove.

Tomorrow: WeHo Talks Retrofitting

The city is getting earthquake-ready.

L.A. LGBT Center Opens New Trans Wellness Center

On April 24, the L.A. LGBT Center’s new Trans Wellness Center officially opened its doors to welcome trans and nonbinary individuals all over Los...

Tramp Stamp Granny’s: Your New Weekend Hangout

Darren Criss’s piano bar does not disappoint.

AIDS History in WeHo

A reading of “Patient Zero and the Making of the AIDS Epidemic” comes to West Hollywood.

L.A.’s Ivy Bottini Recognized for Activist Efforts

The West Hollywood activist was one of several women honored by Congressman Adam Schiff in early April.

West Hollywood’s June Mazer Lesbian Archive To Reopen May 6

The Werle Building will open for a preview on May 2.

WeHo Partners with Westside Bike Share Systems for Bike Month

Celebrate National Bike Month in style!

Three April Events WeHoans Can’t Miss

More than 10 years ago, I packed everything I owned in my car, moved to California, and never looked back. Overflowing with talent, WeHo was the first city I fell in love with. This column is dedicated to exploring that talent in the hopes that you’ll fall in love with WeHo too.

After Sexual Harassment Case, Duran Draws Fire

West Hollywood citizens are questioning John Duran’s leadership abilities.

WeHo Dodgeball Makes a Difference

With Ahn Phan at the Helm, WeHo’s LGBTQ+ Dodgeball League is stronger than ever.

West Hollywood’s Beloved “Block Party” Here to Stay

Larry Block’s “The Block Party” will remain open.

WeHo to Provide Free Transportation During “March for Our Lives” Rally

Doing the right thing once again!