By Tyler Trykowski
Could gays of the 1980s imagine what it would be like to be gay in 2013? From the Supreme Court pondering marriage equality to NFL players weighing how best to come out, the way we're gay today is nothing like it's ever been before.
And for that modern gay man, West Hollywood ma ... More >>
Last week, to much fanfare, New York City's Big Gay Ice Cream Truck rolled into Los Angeles for the first time ever, bringing its famous Strauss-creamery soft serve and dulce de leche with it. It was billed as a "pop-up truck," combining two of the most overused food trends in a way that might have ... More >>
MTV has declared it "The Best Gay Bar in the World." Cranky neighbors (and the West Hollywood Sheriff's station) have declared it a royal pain in the arse.
Now, eternally max-capped WeHo gay bar The Abbey is making a statement of its own: Until marriage is an option for everyone everywhere, ignoran ... More >>
Siran BabayanIt was raining men in West Hollywood Saturday night as the city organized its first Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day. Leave it to WeHo to declare a Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day and Motley Crue Day in the same year. And only in WeHo will you find a scantily clad dancer outside a yog ... More >>
West Hollywood City Councilmembers and their right-hand planning staff have a history of imposing their own architectural desires on the LGBT townspeople.
You'd think, in a town of gays, you could find someone with a little taste (and we mean that in the best way possible). But no: In this rapidly ... More >>
Oh no you didn't.Fancy L.A. ladies looking to add some baby seal to their fall collections, or hipsters sniffing out their own clip-on foxtail in the Burning Man/Wiz Khalifa tradition, won't be welcome in West Hollywood anymore.
The city tentatively approved an ordinance last night that will ... More >>
Rakka via FlickrSay your goodbyes.The West Hollywood City Council, not one to pass up PR- and Earth-friendly legislation, jumped on the bandwagon last night (the fuel-efficient, battery-powered, totally hybrid bandwagon, mind you) and banned plastic bags in Boystown.
Santa Monica and unincor ... More >>
GenslerThe Sunset Strip apocalypse, on steroids.How to describe Centrum Sunset, the 51,000-square-foot project proposed for the mostly vacant, borderline-blighted lot at 8801 Sunset Boulevard, former site of the historic Tower Records building?
West Hollywood planning commissioners gave it t ... More >>
A suspiciously FBI-friendly upgrade to FourSquare is making its debut in Chicago this Friday: It's called SceneTap, and it uses an overhead camera to count the number of people entering and exiting a bar.
A second, more advanced camera then scans patrons' faces to determine the age and gende ... More >>
Culver City TimesArt!Culver City, currently getting the life kicked back into it by an influx of artists too poor to live in Venice (even pop-art legend Ed Ruscha recently made the move), and long known for its modern/gray/industrial architectural brilliance, will be taking on an uncharacteri ... More >>
Patrick Range McDonaldDo WeHo gays scare the lesbians away?Last week, NYC beat California to marriage equality. (Well, unless you count our fleeting sliver of justice in 2008.) So, for one honorary week, we'll refrain from calling it New York Shitty. Though that won't stop the Onion from pick ... More >>
WeHo NewsCan we out-rainbow Chicago?There's a battle of the gayborhoods going down between West Hollywood and Lakeview, and we're all invited!
The territorial blog-off started when West Hollywood resident Larry Block proposed that the city officially designate the stretch of Santa Monica Bou ... More >>