With new co-presidents now heading Christopher Street West (CSW), the group that produces the city’s annual gay pride celebration, the West Hollywood City Council opted to postpone a scheduled discussion about ways to improve the pride festivities until January.
The 3rd annual Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day will be recognized in the City of West Hollywood on Saturday, Nov. 9, and include a festival, competition and other activities to celebrate the origins of go-go dancing in the city.
The City of West Hollywood will sponsor the LA Gay & Lesbian Center’s Transgender Economic Empowerment Job & Resource Fair from 10 am to 3 pm on Thursday, Nov. 7 at the National Council for Jewish Women in Los Angeles. The fair will include an employer brunch and training on Gender and Sexual Diversity in the Work Place.
The third annual celebration of go-go dancing will be held on Nov. 9 as part of the opening reception for a Tom of Finland art exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art branch at the Pacific Design Center.
West Hollywood residents voiced concerns Wednesday over the amount of alcohol consumed at LA Pride, the admission price to the event’s festival, the quality of entertainment and the selection of the parade’s grand marshal during a town-hall meeting about the annual gay pride celebration.
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