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Melrose businesses begin to recover from looting damage

LOS ANGELES — Retail businesses on Melrose and Fairfax are beginning to slowly reopen their doors for business after being shut down by the COVID-19 outbreak and then looters.  On May 27, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that retail stores within Los Angeles County would be able to reopen for in-person shopping with COVID-19 safety restrictions. Read More…

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City taking applications for next poet laureate

WEST HOLLYWOOD — The city’s arts division is accepting nominations from qualified applicants to become the city’s next poet laureate.  The poet selected for this distinction will hold the position for two years starting in October. The new poet laureate will follow Charles Flowers.  The West Hollywood poet laureate serves as the official ambassador of West Hollywood’s literary culture Read More…

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Pride Parade turns into anti-racism solidarity march

WEST HOLLYWOOD — An estimated 20,000 people turned out for an anti-racism solidarity march from Hollywood to West Hollywood June 14, the city originally set to host the LA Pride Parade before it was canceled due to the coronavirus. The march was organized by All Black Lives Matter, and as of 12:30 p.m., the crowd Read More…