WeHo Debuts 'Temple of Folly' Art Exhibit

The city of West Hollywood has debuted its latest “Art on the Outside” exhibit, showcasing the works of Los Angeles sculptor Liz Craft. The Los Angeles Nomadic Division, LAND, presented a collection of new outdoor art at a reception that was held on Sunday, April 7, at the West Hollywood ...

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America’s Cup Boat Captain Suing in San Francisco Faces New Harassment

An America’s Cup boat captain feels his sexual orientation has been a target of derision. On March 13, Larry Jacobson, represented by San Francisco and Los Angeles-based employment attorney Zachary Shepard, formally accused San Francisco company America’s Cup Race Management, responsible for putting on the popular yacht race, of wrongful termination ...

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Changing of the Guard

  After a long, hard fight of almost two years, voters have chosen Los Angeles City Councilmember Eric Garcetti to be the next mayor of the nation’s second largest city. And while many expected the contest between Garcetti and City Controller Wendy Greuel to be close, by 3:16 Wednesday morning the results showed Garcetti with a whopping 181,995 votes (54 percent) to 155,497 votes (46 percent) for Greuel. Even with outstanding mail-in ballots to be counted or contested, a ...

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