Gay Pride is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Los Angeles. The three day party begins Friday night with the LA Pride Festival and goes all weekend with a giant Pride Parade down Santa Monica Blvd on Sunday. The screaming crowd is filled with excitement and high spirits for the annual event.
The hottest places to meet and mingle. Here is your guide to the best gay bars (and where you’ll find the best guys) in Los Angeles.
Blake Robinson, who has Neurofibromatosis, and New York Jets Kicker, Nick Folk, visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to talk about Cupid’s Undie Run.
Whether you’re looking to unwind, celebrate, collaborate, commiserate or see what all the day-drinking fuss is about, you’re best bet is to begin at one of these fine local LA fixtures.
The Arizona bill, if passed, would have allowed business owners to turn away any customers that conflicted with their religious beliefs and protected them from lawsuits if they did.
Southern California lawmakers who support legislation to discriminate against gays and lesbians now have one less hotspot to visit in West Hollywood.
As industry folks wine and dine each other, it is vital to know the hot spots for an afternoon cocktail or two to seal the deal.
One of the busiest bars in West Hollywood has put a ban on bachelorette parties until same-sex couples are allowed to marry.
The concept of the Bloody Mary as a Sunday brunch staple and reliable hangover remedy has remained intact over the years. Keep the tradition going and check out the best spots for Bloody Marys in L.A.
The Mom’s Night Out is one of the most important (and fun!) things you can do for yourself and your sanity and is one of the very best ways to reconnect with that fun-lovin’ free-wheelin’ girl who used to speak in whole sentences and never left the house with two different shoes.
Next time you’re looking to take in LA’s landscapes and fabulous weather, these restaurants have the top patios in town to enjoy the best of everything.