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Eddie Robinson is New Film Liaison for Weho

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Eddie Robinson has been hired as the new Film Liaison for the City of West Hollywood. The Film Liaison serves as a liaison between the City and production companies in processing and issuing film permits. West Hollywood is one of the most popular filming locations in California.

Eddie Robinson, Filming Liaison for the City of West Hollywood

“We are delighted that Eddie Robinson has joined our team as the City’s new Film Liaison,” said Helen Goss, Director of the City’s Public Information and Prosecution Services Department and supervises the City’s Film Office. “Eddie’s undeniable love and passion for the business of film-making is contagious,” she added.

Eddie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Film and Television from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU (New York University), one of the most-respected film schools in the country.

He also has produced music videos that have broadcast on MTV Networks, as well as short form documentaries that have screened at film festivals including Outfest and the Austin Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.

He is the co-creator and producer of the pilot presentation “Gossip Queen” for the television series “What Perez Says” which aired on VH1.

Eddie has been employed by the City of West Hollywood for the past five years in the City’s Rent Stabilization and Housing Department. Previous to his employment with the City of West Hollywood, Eddie worked at Hart Communications where he served as a liaison between production and other entities as well as coordinating talent participation for television and radio programs for Urban Radio Networks.

Eddie replaces Terry House who recently retired after serving as the West Hollywood Film Liaison for nearly 20 years.

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LA traffic Deaths Stay High: Officials Plead ‘Stop Texting’

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As L.A. traffic deaths stay high, officials plead with drivers to stop texting

LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Times) — Advocates staging a “die-in” on the steps of L.A. City Hall in December to protest a lack of progress on the city’s goal of eliminating traffic deaths on city streets by 2025.

In the fourth full year of a program designed to eliminate traffic fatalities on Los Angeles streets, the number of people killed in car crashes stayed stubbornly high, early data show.

Last year, 244 people were killed in traffic collisions on city streets, a decrease of 0.8% compared to 2018, according to preliminary figures from the city. The victims included 134 people who were walking and `19 people biking.

The data may change slightly with additional analysis, officials said. But the early figures suggest another year […]

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City Hall Came to WeHo Park for Pop-Up Community Meetup

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WEST HOLLYWOOD (WeHo Times) — The City of West Hollywood brought City Hall to West Hollywood Park this weekend with the launch of “City Hall to You”, a quarterly series of City Hall community meetups in an effort to increase engagement and accessibility to City Staff.

The community pop-up invited WeHo residents who don’t always have the opportunity to attend council meeting, to speak to City employees who run specific departments in their division.

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon at West Hollywood park on Saturday and the City of West Hollywood provided a festival of information, via tables and interactive booths lined on the walkway alongside the WeHo dog park.

Attendees enjoyed free breakfast burritos and other free giveaways like doggie treats, back scratchers, herb plants and a plethora of reading materials. Photo by […]

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Thousands Turned Out for Women’s March in Downtown LA

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Thousands Turned Out for Women’s March in Downtown LA

LOS ANGELES (LA Times) — Thousands of people, some in costume, turned out for the Women’s March in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday morning.

Diminished in number but not in spirit, thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Saturday to advocate for reproductive rights, immigration reform, environmental justice and other issues as part of the fourth Women’s March.

The crowd congregated at Pershing Square and then marched to City Hall for a two-hour program featuring speakers that included Democratic Reps. Maxine Waters and Karen Bass of Los Angeles and Mayor Eric Garcetti.

Similar marches and rallies were being held in Washington, San Francisco, New York, Chicago and other cities and towns across the country. By 9:30 a.m., the crowd gathered at Pershing […]

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