November 19, 2010
If you go The Charlie , 819 N. Sweetzer Ave., West Hollywood; (323) 988-9000, http://www.thecharliehotel.com . One- and two-bedroom cottages in a garden setting, from $400 to $600 a day, $5,000 to $10,000 a month.
January 14, 2013 |
Gino Angelini, chef-owner of Italian favorite Angelini Osteria, and Innovative Dining Group, the partnership behind swank steakhouse BOA and Sushi Roku, home of the spicy tuna crispy rice, open a Tuscan-farmhouse-inspired restaurant in West Hollywood. RivaBella , an 8,000-square-footer located on Sunset Boulevard, starts serving dinner tonight. Dishes from RivaBella chef-partner Angelini include: housemade saffron tagliatelle and prosciutto ragu; squid ink crab ravioli with sea beans and lobster sea urchin sauce; crostino with chicken liver pate and marinated cannellini beans; and grilled cuttlefish salad with arugula and pomegranate.
December 19, 2012 |
Luxury watch retailer Westime celebrated the opening of a new flagship store in West Hollywood last week with three days of festivities. It all began Thursday with a cocktail party sponsored by Los Angeles Confidential magazine. On Friday, Westime threw a whiskey tasting for VIP clients, including a scotch master class taught by Martin Daraz, brand ambassador for Macallan and Highland Park Scotch whiskeys. On Saturday, Haute Living magazine hosted another cocktail party featuring a display of art by Marcello Pozzi, a line-up of luxury automobiles provided by O'Gara Coach and a silent auction benefiting After School All Stars.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 2014 |
New state geological maps released Wednesday show several major developments planned in Hollywood are much closer to an active earthquake fault than Los Angeles city officials initially said. The maps chart the course of the Hollywood fault, which runs from Atwater Village and Los Feliz, through central Hollywood and west along the Sunset Strip. The state accelerated completion of the maps last fall amid controversy over the Los Angeles City Council approving a skyscraper development on or near the fault.
July 25, 1985
A public hearing to discuss cul-de-sacs at several locations in West Hollywood will be held tonight at 7 in West Hollywood Park. Cul-de-sacs have been proposed for Huntley and Westbourne drives (north of Beverly Place) and Westmount Drive (east of Huntley and Westbourne). The meeting will convene in the park auditorium, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 2013 |
A West Hollywood retailer filed suit Thursday against the city over its first-in-the-nation ban on fur apparel. In the filing, Mayfair House , a specialty clothing and accessory store on Beverly Boulevard, said that the city overstepped its authority in banning fur apparel sales and that such trade should be regulated by state authorities. The ban, Mayfair House said in the five-count complaint, violates the state and U.S. constitutions. “It is crystal clear that California's constitution grants the state Legislature the only authority to enact legislation relating to the protection of wildlife, including the exclusive power to pass laws regulating the market for products of wildlife, such as fur,” Michael O'Connor, an attorney for the store, said in a statement.