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Opinion: Discipline Is Needed in WeHo City Hall’s 3rd Floor High School

Opinion: Discipline Is Needed in WeHo City Hall’s 3rd Floor High School

West Hollywood City Council candidates need to focus on real issues and not get tangled in the "Mean Girls" culture of City Council deputies.

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Opinion: Duke Mason Explains Why He’s Running for WeHo City Council

Opinion: Duke Mason Explains Why He’s Running for WeHo City Council

Mason addresses criticism based on his age and his family background and outlines the 10 key issues he's campaigning on.

Opinion: Let’s Make It Harder to Run for WeHo’s City Council

Opinion: Let’s Make It Harder to Run for WeHo’s City Council

Twelve candidates for three City Council seats. Pretty much anyone in West Hollywood can run for City Council. All it takes is getting 20...

The Detroit Bungalows: A Resident Tells His Story

The Detroit Bungalows: A Resident Tells His Story

My name is Gregory Sanders. I created the slideshow for the Detroit Bungalows on Facebook about which so many of you have had such kind...

Policing the Police: WeHo’s Role in Overseeing the Sheriff’s Station

Policing the Police: WeHo’s Role in Overseeing the Sheriff’s Station

OPINION: Steve Martin argues that West Hollywood should be more active in overseeing its local Sheriff's Station.

Opinion: Aging in Place (and Seeking Hope in the New Year)

Opinion: Aging in Place (and Seeking Hope in the New Year)

After a year of cacophony, Carlton Cronin looks for some brights spots as 2015 looms

Opinion: Let’s Hope This Campaign Season is a Noisy One

Opinion: Let’s Hope This Campaign Season is a Noisy One

Fasten your seat belts, fellow citizens of our utopian city, the countdown to Election Day – March 3, 2015 – has begun. With three...

Opinion: Neighborhood Watch Is a Way to Build Community and Curb Crime

Opinion: Neighborhood Watch Is a Way to Build Community and Curb Crime

As a captain, I have been involved in West Hollywood’s Neighborhood Watch program for over five years now. I am also a current Public...