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Politics | Leftist Lunacy

West Hollywood Mayor Pushes ‘Guidelines For White People’ Before Protest March

The mayor of the progressive mecca of West Hollywood, California, publicized “Guidelines for White People” prior to a large demonstration against racial injustice and police misconduct that took place in the city last week. Lindsey P. Horvath, who was rec

Entertainment | The Hometown

Get Involved, Internet: Help save the Troubadour, which is struggling to stay afloat in lockdown

The last band to grace the stage of West Hollywood’s iconic Troubadour was Glass Animals, who headlined a packed gig on March 11. Since then, the venue that helped propel Elton John to stardom has been shuttered, and the reopening plan laid out by Gover

Food & Drink | Bars & Restaurants

First Look: L.A.'s Famed Formosa Cafe Debuts $2.4 Million Refresh | Hollywood Reporter

On June  28, L.A.'s storied Formosa Cafe returns after a two-year redo "to make it look almost exactly the same."

Architecture & Interior Design | Threatened History & Preservation

Hollywood’s legendary Formosa Cafe will get a full restoration from 1933 Group

The Idle Hour and Highland Park Bowl owners just might do the place justice

History | LA History

Neon Piece of Rock 'N' Roll History Going Up for Auction

A bright neon piece of rock 'n' roll history is going up for auction — a marquee from the legendary Los Angeles club, Whisky a Go Go. The 13-foot sign, with letters alight in bright pink, adorned the West...

History | LA History

New details emerge about plans to salvage the shuttered Formosa Cafe

What can and can’t be done and when this all might happen.