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OPINION: ‘Mean Girls’ politics rule at City Hall

Publishers Note:   This Op-Ed is written by a Resident of West Hollywood who has applied to serve on various Commissions over the years.  They chose their name to be withheld for fear of retribution by the ‘mean girls’ clique. Definition of cronyism: N…

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The boys are (almost) back in town.

Micky’s, the largest dance club in West Hollywood’s Boystown District, and the iconic Revolver video bar are getting set for the lifting of all COVID-19 restrictions on Tuesday. The front patio area of Revolver has been removed and is being…

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Melrose Triangle development finally gets started

The long-delayed construction project on the triangular corner of Melrose Ave. and Santa Monica Blvd. has finally begun. Excavation is in progress for what developers are calling the “Melrose Triangle,” a four- to six-story complex which wi…

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Venice’s Great White coming to Melrose

Venice’s popular Great White cafe is coming to WeHo. The trendy cafe will open at 8917 Melrose Avenue, between Almont and La Peer. Great White serves a unique combo of wood-fired pizzas, fish and chips and other sustainably sourced offerings. The…

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WATCH: ‘Disarm Hate’ panel discussion

The City of West Hollywood hosted a panel discussion regarding the documentary film, “Disarm Hate.” “Disarm Hate” follows the story of the nine LGBTQ individuals who come together after the Pulse Massacre to join Jason Hayes, a …

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COVID Update: Friday, June 11

220 new COVID cases announced in LA County yesterday along with 7 additional deaths. Outbreaks and deaths continue in the unvaccinated population. Positivity rate and hospitalizations low and stable. IN THE HEIGHTSSo, I started to watch “In the H…

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‘Poetry Hotline’ connects LGBTQ poets with the public

Need a dose of inspiration? Running low on rhyme? There’s a number you can call for that. Brian Sonia-Wallows’ “Poetry Hotline” is a novel concept — poetry written on demand, over the phone, customized to the request of the patr…

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COVID Update: Thursday, June 10

202 new COVID cases announced in LA County yesterday with 4 additional deaths – again sadly – new cases and deaths coming from the category of the unvaccinated.   Get the vaccine = no transmission of COVID and no sickness or death.&#16…

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New pride mural debuts at Starbucks

Artist Robert Vargas unveiled his latest work, “Nothing Less Than Full #Equality,” a richly colorful mural set, on Thursday inside the Starbucks on Westmount and Santa Monica. Mayor Lindsey Horvath, along with City Councilmembers Sepi Shyne…

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Another huge hotel/housing complex headed for Sunset Strip

The corner of Harper Ave. and Sunset Blvd. will soon be home to a massive hotel and housing complex, like the nearby Pendry Hotel & Residences. Plans for the project, dubbed “The Harper on Sunset,” show a 172-room hotel and 46 mixed-inc…