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1 Deputies Called to Possible Burglary at Cannabis Shop on Friday Night
2 WEHOville Moves to New Server Which Should Improve Site, Offer a Better Experience
3 Ivy Bottini, Lesbian Activist, Former WeHo Resident, Has Died at 94
4 WeHo Council Approves Weekend Pedestrian-Only Plan for Robertson Boulevard
5 LAPD Detectives Seek Help in Solving Homicide that Occurred Friday Night in Fairfax District
6 Pink’s Hot Dogs To Reopen Monday After Two-Month Closure
7 Sunday COVID Numbers Keep Trending Down; Officials Worry About Another Surge
8 Friends Gather to Remember Ivy Bottini and Read Aloud Passages from her Memoir
9 Group Determined to Preserve the Standard Hotel and Have it Historically Designated
10 Opinion: WeHo Should Purchase the Log Cabin Property from the City of Beverly Hills
11 Council Approves $5 Extra Per Hour ‘Hero Pay’ for Frontline Grocery Store Workers
12 Friday Numbers Continue to Decline, but Rate of Decline is Leveling Off
13 Lady Gaga Pleads For Return Of Bulldogs Stolen Just Blocks from West Hollywood
14 Voter Turnout In West Hollywood Increased by Almost 55% With On-Cycle Election Switch
15 Fred Segal, Pioneering L.A. Fashion Retailer with Trendy WeHo Store, Dies at 87
16 11% to 14% of WeHo Residents Have Received at Least One Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
17 We Know WeHo: Feeding the Hungry with Shannon Morton, Founder of Black Women Lead
18 Thursday Numbers: Fewer than 2,000 COVID Hospitalizations in LA County for First Time in Three Months
19 Missing Person Alert: Jeremy Tritlett Last Seen in West Hollywood in November
20 Man Shot, French Bulldogs Owned by Lady Gaga Stolen
21 Federal Judge Rules Long Beach `Hero Pay’ Must Remain in Place
22 Tuesday Numbers: LA County Surpasses 20,000 COVID Deaths, Meaning 1 in Every 500 People in County Lost Life to Virus
23 WeHo Mayor Gives Actress Drew Barrymore the Key to the City, Declares Monday as ‘Drew Barrymore Day’
24 WeHo Flags To Fly At Half-Staff To Honor 500,000 American Lives Lost To COVID-19
25 LA City Council Approves ‘Hero Pay’ for Grocery, Drug Store Workers; Final Vote Scheduled March 3
26 Wednesday Numbers: New Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths All Keep Going Down
27 Opinion: A Warm Goodbye to WEHOville and Hello to the Next Stage in My Life
28 Online Seminar on Tuesday Discusses How to Recognize the Latest Scams and How to Avoid Them
29 City Council Reduces Certain Annual Business Tax Payments and Tax Certificate Fees by 50%
30 Vaccines Heading To LA Held Up By Winter Storms; Appointments Postponed
31 Election 2020: The WEHOville City Council Candidate Forum Goes Live on Wednesday
32 Opinion: The Travesty of the Hero Pay Ordinance
33 WeHo City Council Approves Creating Transgender Flag Crosswalk, Adding Black and Brown Colors to Rainbow Crosswalks
34 In Split Vote, City Council Approves Renaming West Hollywood Library After Ruth Bader Ginsburg
35 West Hollywood Tests Pedestrian-Only Streets for Distanced Dining, More
36 The Closing of Rage — the Latest Blow to West Hollywood’s Boystown Nightlife District
37 Opinion: Opposition to the Subway Extension Through WeHo Calls to Mind MARTA
38 Gold Coast, WeHo’s Iconic ‘Dive Bar,’ Is the Fourth Gay Bar to Close on Santa Monica Blvd.
39 WeKnowWeHo: As Plato Said – ‘Necessity Is the Mother of Invention’
40 Robotic Deliveries Launch in West Hollywood with Food Deliveries from Pink Dot
41 Gay Republicans March in West Hollywood to Call Out Their Support for Donald Trump
42 Bizarre Suicide at Sierra Towers as Man Jumps from 27th Floor
43 WeHo Looking for Input from Community about Future Climate Action Strategies
44 LA Pride Says It Is Leaving West Hollywood
45 City Council Extends WeHo’s Eviction Moratorium to Sept. 30
46 Melrose Area Residents Are Finding Cookies Distasteful
47 WEHOville Partners With The Fight and Here TV to Produce a Virtual ‘Pride’
48 Bottega Louie, Long in the Making, Is Opening in West Hollywood Next Week
49 Union Coalition Calls For Strict 4-Week LA County Lockdown To Control COVID
50 Board of Supervisors Postpones Decision on Removing Villanueva as L.A. County Sheriff
51 Hail to Harry! The Prince and Meghan Markle Deliver Free Meals to the Needy in WeHo
52 11 Workplaces in West Hollywood Vicinity Have COVID-19 Outbreaks
53 Men Arrested in Shooting and Robbery on Melrose Had Been Cookies Customers
54 West Hollywood Mayor John D’Amico Tests Positive for COVID-19
55 A Deal Is Said to be Close for West Hollywood to Acquire the Lions Club Log Cabin
56 Advertise with WEHOville
57 Neighbors Helping Neighbors Recover From Sunday’s Vandalism and Looting
58 Planning Commission Endorses Eliminating Parking Requirements for Lower-Income Housing
59 WeHo’s Bottega Louie Again Postpones Its Opening, Laying Off All Employees
60 WeHo’s Bossa Nova and Hamburger Haven May Be Goners
61 Man Found Dead in Ed Buck’s Apartment Is Identified
62 A Ferrari Brings Lisa Vanderpump’s PUMP to an Early Close Today
63 Accessibility
64 John Duran to Step Down as Chair of Gay Men’s Chorus of LA
65 Rats! Micky’s Is the Second Boystown Establishment Closed Because of ‘Vermin Infestation’
66 Who Is the Mayor of West Hollywood?
67 West Hollywood Has Taken the Owner of 8500 Sunset to Court
68 Who Is Ed Buck?
69 WeHo Planning Commission Approves Rocco’s Tavern, a Live Music Sports Bar Co-Owned by Lance Bass
70 Café d’Etoile, Another WeHo Boystown Institution, Has Announced that It’s Closing
71 Forced to Comply with State Law, the WeHo City Council Eases Restrictions on ‘Granny Flats’
72 Historic Preservation Commission Rejects Call to Designate 8001 Santa Monica Blvd.
73 WeHo’s Bing Crosby Building Nominated for National Historic Register
74 WeHo’s Lowell Café on Its Way to Become the Nation’s First Cannabis Café
75 In Memory: Former Revolver Bar Manager Caesar Torres Has Died
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77 WeHo’s Iconic Circus of Books Is Closing (for Real) in February
78 Family, Friends and Supporters of Gemmel Moore Rally to Condemn Investigation of His Death
79 Former NBA Player ‘Big Baby’ Davis Pleads Guilty to Assault at WeHo Nightclub
80 Congregation Kol Ami Objects to Cannabis Lounge Proposed for La Brea Avenue
81 The French Market’s Story
82 Will New Restaurant Rumored for Cooley’s Space Erode WeHo’s Boystown?
83 The Sunset Tower? Another One Is Planned for Sunset Boulevard
84 Ed’s Coffee Shop, a West Hollywood Icon, Is Closing in August
85 Departure of Rage’s Owner: Another Sign of Struggle in WeHo’s Boystown
86 Handcuffed and Locked Up: My Encounter with the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station
87 Opinion: WEHOville’s Publication of Local Arrests Can Cause More Harm Than Good
88 WeHo News Publisher Ryan Gierach Sentenced to Drug Diversion
89 Opinion: Why I Resigned from Christopher Street West’s Board
90 WeHo’s Acquisition of Coast Playhouse
91 Kevin Short, Who as WeHo Jesus Was One of West Hollywood’s Most Iconic and Eccentric Figures, Is Dead
92 Looking to Buy Meth? A WeHo Business Makes That Easy
93 One Arrested in Knife Attack at WeHo’s Z Pizza
94 #NotOurPride Organizes to Boycott This Year’s LA Pride
95 LA County DA Declines to Charge Ed Buck in Death of Gemmel Moore
96 The Abbey Is Back in Founder David Cooley’s Hands
97 Opinion: Have WeHo’s Block by Block Security Ambassadors Gone Rogue?
98 Iconic Sunset Tower Hotel Is On the Market
99 Landlord Withdraws Application for Cultural Designation of Jim Morrison’s Apartment
100 Miss Melbourne: Meet the Coffee Connoisseur From Down Under