Opinion: Two LGBT Icons Argue for Moving LA Pride Out of West Hollywood to Downtown LA

Jewel Thais Williams and Don Kilhefner call out WeHo's affluence, lack of diversity and small size and a loss of meaning

WeHo Comes Together to Support West Hollywood Elementary Teachers

The teachers strike came to a tentative end on Day 6, when the demonstration rallied teachers, parents, friends and local businesses

Citizens Agenda: What About Development and Affordable Housing?

How do candidates in the March 5 election hope to address concerns about over-development and lack of affordable housing?

Planning Commission Struggles Over Requiring Minimum One-Year Lease

The Commission's decision was prompted by the controversy over 8500 Sunset Blvd., pictured above.

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