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    Federal DEA Agents Raid WeHo’s The Farmacy Marijuana Shop

    Federal DEA Agents Raid WeHo’s The Farmacy Marijuana Shop

    Fri, Oct 24, 2014 with 4 Comments

    Federal officials were mum today about what led them to raid two marijuana dispensaries, one in West Hollywood and another in Westwood, whose staff claimed they were operating within the bounds of California’s medical cannabis laws. The raids by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration happened Thursday at two dispensaries operated by the same company, known […]  Read More...




    One Revolver Bar Partner May Buy Out the Other, Bringing an End to a Boystown Battle

    One Revolver Bar Partner May Buy Out the Other, Bringing an End to a Boystown Battle

    Thu, Oct 23, 2014 with 6 Comments

    Alfredo Diaz confirms that he's talking with Chris Miller about selling his share in the bar, bringing an end to a lawsuit in which Miller alleged Diaz has misused company money.  Read More...



    West Hollywood Registers Its 10,000th Domestic Partnership

    West Hollywood Registers Its 10,000th Domestic Partnership

    Thu, Oct 23, 2014 with 0 Comments

    In 1985 the city created the nation's first domestic partnership registry. And now hundreds of same-sex marriages have been performed at West Hollywood City Hall.  Read More...



    WeHo Historic Planning Commission to Review Plans for San Vicente Inn

    WeHo Historic Planning Commission to Review Plans for San Vicente Inn

    Thu, Oct 23, 2014 with 7 Comments

    West Hollywood’s Historic Planning Commission on Monday will review local hotelier Jeff Klein’s plans for turning the long dilapidated San Vicente Inn into an upscale urban inn. The four bungalows that make up the inn, which is on the west side of San Vicente Boulevard just north of Santa Monica, were built around 1899 in […]  Read More...



    WeHo Will Implement Short-Term Pedestrian Safety Measures, Continue Study of Permanent Measures

    WeHo Will Implement Short-Term Pedestrian Safety Measures, Continue Study of Permanent Measures

    Mon, Oct 20, 2014 with 9 Comments

    City Council members asked for more study of the impact of permanent measures such as installing stoplights at several current pedestrian crosswalks.  Read More...



    WeHo Chamber PAC Announces Endorsements for Nov. 4 Election

    WeHo Chamber PAC Announces Endorsements for Nov. 4 Election

    Mon, Oct 20, 2014 with 1 Comment

    The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee (PAC) has announced its endorsements for the Nov. 4 general election. For state positions, the PAC endorsed incumbent state Rep. Richard Bloom for re-election to the 50th District Assembly seat. Bloom, a Democrat, is running against Brad Torgan, a Republican resident of West Hollywood who serves […]  Read More...



    West Hollywood to Host Youth Halloween Carnival ‘Fun House’ on Saturday

    West Hollywood to Host Youth Halloween Carnival ‘Fun House’ on Saturday

    Mon, Oct 20, 2014 with 0 Comments

    West Hollywood will host a free public Youth Halloween Carnival “Fun House” with food, games and entertainment on Saturday afternoon. The event will include food, games, a magic show, a puppet show, music and a costume contest.  Read More...




    Lyft, Uber Representatives to Make Presentations at West Hollywood Shared Economy Task Force Meeting on Wednesday

    Lyft, Uber Representatives to Make Presentations at West Hollywood Shared Economy Task Force Meeting on Wednesday

    Mon, Oct 20, 2014 with 5 Comments

    The city of West Hollywood's Shared Economy Task Force will meet on Wednesday night, when Uber and Lyft representatives will make presentations.  Read More...



    West Hollywood Disabilities Advisory Board to Present Disability Service Awards on Wednesday

    West Hollywood Disabilities Advisory Board to Present Disability Service Awards on Wednesday

    Mon, Oct 20, 2014 with 2 Comments

    West Hollywood’s Disabilities Advisory Board will present its annual Disability Service Awards on Wednesday. The awards recognize individuals, businesses, media outlets and nonprofit organizations for their work with people living with disabilities including accessibility issues, attention to ADA requirements, or advocacy.  Read More...



    Planning Commission Approves ‘Big Box’ Guidelines for WeHo West

    Planning Commission Approves ‘Big Box’ Guidelines for WeHo West

    Fri, Oct 17, 2014 with 7 Comments

    The guidelines, which must be approved by the City Council, are intended to stop developers from constructing houses or making additions whose scale is out of character with the neighborhood.  Read More...



    City Will Offer WeHo-Inspired Films and Videos to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary

    City Will Offer WeHo-Inspired Films and Videos to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary

    Fri, Oct 17, 2014 with 0 Comments

    The City of West Hollywood plans to celebrate its upcoming 30th birthday with a special West Hollywood film festival. Under a proposal by city staffers developed with Mayor John D’Amico and Councilmember John Heilman, which will go before the City Council for approval on Monday, the city would screen West Hollywood-inspired films, videos and other media […]  Read More...



    Guidelines to Restrict  ‘Big Box’ Houses in WeHo West Go to Planning Commission

    Guidelines to Restrict ‘Big Box’ Houses in WeHo West Go to Planning Commission

    Wed, Oct 15, 2014 with 16 Comments

    The guidelines are meant to curb construction of houses whose mass is out of character with the rest of West Hollywood's largest neighborhood of single-family homes.  Read More...



    LA County Report Shows Decline in Gay Hate Crimes, Increase in Lesbian and Transgender Crimes

    LA County Report Shows Decline in Gay Hate Crimes, Increase in Lesbian and Transgender Crimes

    Wed, Oct 15, 2014 with 6 Comments

    Reported hate crimes in Los Angeles County declined by 17 percent in 2013 from the previous year, marking the lowest total in 24 years, the county Commission on Human Relations announced today. Crimes against gay men fell by 41 percent while those against lesbians increased by 92 percent and those against transgender people increased by […]  Read More...




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