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  • Official Guide to West Hollywood



    • Western Arts and Architecture


    • Rock ‘n’ Roll Landmarks on the Sunset Strip


    • Chicago Tribune

      As one local puts it, “People go to Hollywood to see the handprints. When people think of what they see on TV — reality shows, the glamour, ‘Entourage’ — that’s West Hollywood.”
      As its name suggests, West Hollywood is bounded on the east by Hollywood. Packed into 1.9 square miles, it’s a city unto itself. Literally. Though it has a long and colorful history, tracing its beginnings to the late 1800s and becoming the playground for Hollywood types back to the ’20s, it didn’t become a city until it was carved out of the unincorporated Los Angeles area in 1984.


    • Sydney Morning Herald

      The Big Six – Hipster Hotels in Los Angeles


    • Passport Magazine

      Gay wedding bells are ringing in West Hollywood, and hundreds of ceremonies have been performed in the days since same sex marriage resumed in California in late June. To assist couples hoping to tie the knot in the most LGBT-friendly city in the world, Visit West Hollywood has prepared a guide to West Hollywood weddings (available at www.gogaywesthollywood.com) and is working with couples from around the country to make their wedding dreams come true.

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    • HUSH Magazine

      Here’s what happened when I detonated my schedule for a little #rockstalgia and flew to LA for a VIP weekend at The Sunset Strip Music Festival in West Hollywood, the neighbourhood made infamous by some of history’s best bohemians and bad-asses. Moral of the story: Music is also a magnet, so when it comes to rock and roll, careful what you wish for; you just might get it! Drumroll, please…

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    • NewNowNext.com

      West Hollywood has never lacked for gay tourists—there’s even a rainbow crosswalk on Santa Monica Boulevard. And while most  people associate WeHo with gay nightlife, the concentration of artistic queers adds to the neighborhood’s diverse cultural offerings. Not every place needs a rainbow flag to be gay-friendly, of course, and sometimes you’re ready for a change after a night at the Abbey.

      Here are nine high-minded institutions when you’re ready to feed your brain.

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    • Los Angeles Times

      Gay marriage is a gift for Southern California wedding industry – Merchants who catered to same-sex couples even before Proposition 8 was overturned may be best positioned to tap the millions of dollars up for grabs.

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    • The Bay Area Reporter

      West Hollywood is also a good base camp for LGBTs who want to check out everything the Greater Los Angeles Area has to offer. WeHo is very walkable. In fact, the Web site WalkScore.com named it California’s most walkable city.

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    • nineMSN

      In the name of research I spent three days (and nights) holed up like a celebrity at the London Hotel West Hollywood to check out the best bars within staggering distance. I slummed it with a cocktail in hand at the best of West Hollywood’s (or WeHo for the cool) bars while scantily-clad young things fluttered about looking at everyone looking at them. Some rooftop bars are not exactly on the roof, but as Sunset Boulevard looks at the Hollywood Hills on one side and over a canyon with views of Los Angeles until the earth curves on the other, they earn the title

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