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GAY L.A. – A Fond Farewell to Daddy Issues
May 5, 2019
If you’re one of the many glittery L.A. queers who loves shaking a be-thonged ass for the camera, you may need to...
Getting in Synch with “Synchronicity”
May 1, 2019
To celebrate the completion of an all-female cast LGBTQ+ short film, The Abbey is hosting a wrap party for “Synchronicity.” ...
Paula Abdul to Headline LA Pride Opening Ceremony
April 30, 2019
Straight up, you’re really gonna love this news forever? Oh, oh – Paula Abdul will headline the LA Pride Festival opening ceremony.
The Language That Connects Us
April 26, 2019
The City of West Hollywood has a strong support for the arts, particularly poetry. One of the few cities in California to...
WeHo Council Approves Free Fentanyl Test Strips
April 19, 2019
With the rise of opioid overdoes on the rise both nationally and locally, West Hollywood City Council approved Monday a proposal to...
A Look Behind Genderqueer “Rubbish and Dreams”
April 10, 2019
Queer artists of Los Angeles, get ready for an enriching evening on Saturday, April 13. The California LGBT...
GAY LA: When Lesbian Visibility Was an L.A. Specialty
April 9, 2019
In 2017, West Hollywood’s Plummer Park hosted an exhibit titled Lesbians to Watch Out For: ’90s Queer L.A. Activism.
Los Angeles LGBT Center’s New Campus
April 6, 2019
The Los Angeles LGBT Center is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Anita May Rosenstein campus in West Hollywood on...
WEHO READS: Jacob Tobia’s “Sissy”
March 11, 2019
WeHo Reads welcomes gender nonconforming writer, producer, and performer Jacob Tobia in conversation with Jesse Tyler Ferguson, star of ABC Television’s Modern Family about Tobia’s new...
John Duran Steps Down as WeHo Mayor
March 6, 2019
Hours before a West Hollywood City Council meeting to discuss options regarding Mayor John Duran involvement in the City, Duran announced his resignation as...
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