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WeHo remains a coalition, 30 years after cityhood

It came down to the wire. During the final few weeks, proponents of cityhood for West Hollywood were not sure if they were going to have enough signatures to put the measure on the ballot. Larry Gross, who helped lead the effort as executive director of Coalition for Economic Survival (CES), said he got into [...] [...more]

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Mr. Lieu goes to Washington

State Senator Ted Lieu is on the verge of a major milestone in his life. The congressman-elect is in the process of transitioning from Sacramento to Washington D.C., and preparation is ramping up before his Jan. 6 swearing in ceremony. In case the whole whirlwind of the recent election felt too surreal, Lieu said he [...] [...more]

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Hundreds to give thanks over dinner at the Taglyan

The Taglyan Cultural Center is a place for people to gather, and what better day to gather people together than on Thanksgiving, executive director Gary Taglyan said. “This year, actually, it finally worked out,” he said. “My family, we’ve always been big on giving back to the community with what we can. This is probably [...] [...more]

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Small businesses prepare for big Saturday

On Wednesday morning, Christine Johnson found herself explaining what Small Business Saturday is to her daughter. First there was Black Friday. Then there was Cyber Monday. The credit card company American Express five years ago created another day of commerce, Small Business Saturday, which has continued to grow away from its origin and more into [...] [...more]

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Iconic radio tower is on the move

Workers dismantled the iconic KTLA radio tower at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Van Ness Avenue on Monday and Tuesday in preparation for its move to a site fronting Sunset Boulevard, where the tower was originally located from 1925 to 1950. The radio tower, one of two towers that were originally on the property, [...] [...more]

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‘Dog friendly city’ becomes friendlier

Portions of West Hollywood Park will be going to the dogs after the city council voted on Monday to incorporate plans for two dog areas into the Phase II master plan for the park. The decision to create a 4,000-square-foot area for small dogs and a 7,500-square-foot area for larger breeds was met with optimism [...] [...more]

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Cat & Fiddle owners seek a new place to call home

The Cat & Fiddle Restaurant and Pub has been a staple at the historic 6530 Sunset Blvd. building in Hollywood, known for its large outdoor patio courtyard catering residents and industry clientele. But that run has come to an end, the restaurant’s owners said. On Dec. 15, The Cat & Fiddle will close its doors [...] [...more]

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Yaroslavsky’s legacy cemented at LACMA

A plaza at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) will be renamed “Zev Yaroslavsky Plaza” after the retiring Los Angeles County Supervisor, in honor of his longtime support for the museum. The plaza will be located in an existing open area between 6th Street and the museum’s BP Grand Entrance and Ray’s and [...] [...more]

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Sheriff’s captain brings policing to the people

With the holidays around the corner, when thefts tend to spike, the leadership at the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station is taking its crime prevention message to the streets with the “Captain’s Walkabout”, a series of walks in which authorities gather input directly from the public. Capt. Gary Honings, who has been the commanding officer at [...] [...more]

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Historic Spaulding Square turns 100

A portable exhibit smack dab in the middle of Spaulding Square had a lot of stories to tell during the neighborhood’s annual Harvest Festival. This year, residents were celebrating something with a little more heft than the autumn weather sweeping in — they were feting the neighborhood’s 100th year in existence. “It’s heartwarming to see [...] [...more]

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