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The City of West Hollywood has announced plans for a robotic parking structure at City Hall.

The Robots are Coming, and Might Eat Your Car

The City of West Hollywood has announced plans for a robotic parking structure at City Hall. The experience is being touted as ‘valet-like’ while also being on the cutting edge of technology. But what can happen when the ‘valet’...
Residents Frustrated by City Inaction on Dangerous Curve

Residents Frustrated by City Inaction on Dangerous Curve

Sheriff's investigator takes photos of the vehicle that hit a pedestrian on San Vicente last year. The pedestrian, Derrick Gardner, later died of his injuries. (Photo @Brandy29 for Weho Daily) A possibly drunk driver plowed through the median on a...
Water feature to be dedicated at Holloway and Santa Monica Blvd.

New Water Feature Rises at Holloway and Santa Monica Blvd

Water feature to be dedicated at Holloway and Santa Monica Blvd. On Friday, The City of West Hollywood will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Santa Monica Boulevard and Holloway Drive for the dedication of a dramatic new water feature that will sit on...

Weho Street Could be Named for Elizabeth Taylor

Michelle Rex, interim deputy for newly elected Councilmember John D’Amico, told L.A. Weekly that West Hollywood residents have been calling and writing City Hall suggesting that a street be named for Elizabeth Taylor, who passed away on March 23. During...
Stephen Box

Can Bike Activist Box Unseat LaBonge in LA Council Race?

In car centric Los Angeles, just one week after the adoption of a revolutionary bike plan, car-free bike activist Stephen Box is poised to score a huge upset in Tuesday’s City Council elections. Stephen Box Box, who has been a huge leader in LA’s...
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...

Water Main Break on Highland Compounds Oscar Traffic Woes

As we reported live as the incident unfolded last night to our readers on Twitter, a water main break shut down Highland Ave last night and further compounded traffic issues in the area related to the Academy Awards. Highland was closed in both directions...
Street Closures for Day of Academy Awards

Hollywood Oscar Prep and Street Closures Underway

Preparations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards are unmistakeably underway in Hollywood this week. Natalie Eshaya posted her frustrations to her Twitter account this morning: “Working in Hollywood week of Oscars is not cute. Not cute at all.” We...
Rendering of the new West Hollywod Library, which includes a new 333 space parking structure.

Library Parking Structure Opening with 333 New Spaces

Rendering of the new West Hollywod Library, which includes a new 333 space parking structure. The City of West Hollywood will celebrate a major milestone in the completion of its 25th Anniversary Capital Project with a Dedication and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony...
Car parked illegally on Westbourne that is allegedly owned by John Duran. (photo: Michael Dean Shelton)

Was City Council Member Spotted Parked Illegally?

Don’t get us wrong… we like West Hollywood City Council member and Mayor Pro-Tem John Duran.  He often provides an opposing point of view on the council, and it’s certainly good to have some debate on things coming before them.  But...

 

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