This article originally appeared in wehotimes.com on June 17, 2017 — The LA Pride #ResistMarch is now one for the LGBT history books. Most of us will look back on June 11, 2017, and feel the very definition of Pride. We will remember how we woke up at the ass-crack of dawn to march in solidarity with our LGBT brothers and
Legalized recreational cannabis is coming to California. It’s all going down at the very start of 2018. It’s GREAT news for pot heads everywhere. They will soon be able to get high for shits and a shitload of chuckles without the danger of ending up at the clink with hardened criminals. It also means no
I attended the city of West Hollywood’s annual Transgender Day of Remembrance this year. It was held at the Center for Early Education on Alfred Street in WeHo. I was there with my camera on hand. My intent was to highlight the event by either blogging about it, or pitching a story to local media
The City of West Hollywood hosted the WeHo Halloween Carnaval 2017 in true traditional fierce fashion. The night went without major incidents, thanks in large part to heavy police presence throughout the night. They were seen patrolling Santa Monica Boulevard by foot and scouting the surrounding neighborhood on horseback to make sure everyone was safe.
I popped my Halloweenie cherry this past weekend and I looked every bit a newbie at Fred & Jason’s Halloweenie 2017, sponsored by Kevin Huvane. The party for a good cause took place at the Belasco Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles this year. The theme year was “Rebirth” but I hate themed parties. I hate
I had the honor of interviewing LA Pride Resist March Organizer Brian Pendleton for the latest issue of the West Hollywood City of Commerce WORKS magazine. Brian is a busy man. His schedule was pulling him in different directions, but he was generous enough to invite me into his home to conduct my interview and discuss
It was a beautiful sunny day in Los Angeles. It was Spring Break, Easter Weekend and the Coachella festival was in full swing, but that did not discourage thousands upon thousands of Angelenos from gathering at Pershing Square in Downtown Los Angeles and marching to City Hall to call out Trump to release his damn