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Torie Osborn, candidate for California Assembly in the new District 50, which stretches through the Westside of Los Angeles from Santa Monica and Malibu to Hollywood and Hancock Park.

Where are Torie Osborn’s Ethics?

Torie Osborn, candidate for California Assembly in the new District 50, which stretches through the Westside of Los Angeles from Santa Monica and Malibu to Hollywood and Hancock Park. Opinion by Darin Weeks On January 25, Torie Osborn was awarded the...

Opinion: Use of Official City Parking Permits Questioned

Opinion and Commentary by Chris Bray I blame the salmon. A few weeks ago, a story in the Weho News described rumors about former city officials continuing to use their official parking passes after they left City Hall. The officials denied it, and city...

Opinion: West Hollywood’s ‘Cocaine Governance’

Opinion and Commentary by Chris Bray It took a while to pick up the pattern, but now I’ve lived in West Hollywood long enough to put a name to the style of our city government. I call it “cocaine governance.” I don’t mean it literally,...

Prop 8 Supporter Vies for School Board in May Election

Councilmember Jeff Prang fired off an email to West Hollywood residents urging them to pay attention and vote in the General Election on May 17 in much of Los Angeles County. In most communities, the only office on the ballot is for Los Angeles Community...

Site Reports Exaggerated Claim of Sheriff ‘Brutality’

We’re a bit disturbed by a report in the West Hollywood Patch with the headline, “Witnesses Allege Brutality in Weho Deputies’ Arrest of Man on Meth.” In the incident, first reported by Weho Daily in real-time as the incident occurred,...

Parents Complain about Risque Sunset Strip Billboards

West Hollywood Patch has started a new feature called “Parents Talk” and to kick things off, they’ve posed the question, “Are Weho Billboards Too Risqué for Children?” Listed as troubling examples are ads for Dexter showing...
Councilmember Elect D’Amico: Everything Has Always Already Begun

Councilmember Elect D’Amico: Everything Has Always Already Begun

John D’Amico, recently elected to West Hollywood’s City Council, made history by winning the first seat in the race. D’Amico writes this exclusive editorial for dot429 explaining his “campaign of attraction” strategy. West...
Opinion: Choosing Horvath Gave Buffer to Heilman, Land

Opinion: Choosing Horvath Gave Buffer to Heilman, Land

Opinion and Commentary by Chris Bray Start with the premise that someone who consistently wins elections for close to three decades is good at it. Quite a few people were surprised and angered when the city council chose to appoint Lindsey Horvath to...
Dan Wentzel is an actor, writer and public transit advocate living in Southern California.  He publishes the Ride the Pink Line blog.

Opinion: Public Transit and the Race for City Council

Opinion by Dan Wentzel, publisher of the Ride the Pink Line blog When considering how to vote in an election, we all have the issues that matter most to us. My pet issue in local government is public transit. It is vital to me that candidates for elective...
Mike McNeilly

Op Ed: Backer Says Like Gas and Hotels, Billboards Should Be Taxed

Billboards in West Hollywood Opinion by Mike McNeilly As the person who started Measure A, I can tell you a few things about it, that those against it won’t. Measure A was written by Constitutional and Tax Law Experts to make sure that it is ironclad...

 

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