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Observatory to mark 50th anniversary of lunar landing

GRIFFITH PARK — The Griffith Park Observatory has scheduled a series of events and activities to mark the 50th anniversary of U.S. astronauts landing on the moon, including a free-daylong event July 20 commemorating the day that man first walked on the moon. Activities will begin July 13 with the launch of the Golden Moon Read More…

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Protesters target Lacey in WeHo death probe

LOS ANGELES — It should have been a night of celebration for Jackie Lacey. Not only was it the Los Angeles County district attorney’s birthday, but she was also kicking off her 2020 re-election campaign for her third term as district attorney. Friends and supporters were gathered at the Redbird restaurant downtown for the party Read More…

West Hollywood plans events for Pride Month

County seeks to reduce new HIV infections

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Activists blast rich white powerbroker’s role in death of gay black man

Gemmel Moore has been labeled by some as a homeless black prostitute and a gay sex worker since being found dead of a drug overdose last July in the home of a white, politically powerful West Hollywood businessman. Gemmel’s friends and family, however, say such labels are unwarranted and are merely part of an orchestrated Read More…

West Hollywood to observe World AIDS Day

Hepatitis A outbreak expands to gay, bisexual men

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City considers legal fund for tenants facing eviction

LOS ANGELES — With Los Angeles facing a homelessness crisis, City Councilman Paul Koretz called on his colleagues May 1 to dedicate $10 million in budget funds toward a proposed “right to counsel” program that would guarantee tenants have access to representation when faced with eviction. The council in August of last year approved a Read More…