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Micky’s Sued In West Hollywood Over Lewd Conduct
Among the allegations are a penis ring toss game, public masturbation, and drinking shots out of strippers’ butt cracks.
Abbey Owner David Cooley’s New Restaurant Plans Get Boystown Gabbing
The owner may ease concerns by announcing his plans to “add something new and exciting to the heart of Boystown.”
Legendary Palms Bar Gets Licked in West Hollywood
Owners are looking to relocate.
French Quarter Marketplace Owner Accused of Being Totally ‘Over’ The Rainbow
Owner Michael Faze says the Judy Garland impersonator in question is just being difficult.
The Abbey Introduces a ‘Chick-For-Gay’ Sandwich
100% of all proceeds go to an organization that fights against Prop. 8.
Church & State’s New Cocktails; Little Taiwan Gets Close-Up on
Ching-He Huang’s latest episode finds her in Monterey Park.
Silver Lake’s The Other Side and Flying Leap Cafe Closing to Become Hyperion
The historic gay piano bar is becoming an (ick!) sporty gastro-pub.
Will The (Black) Cat Come Back to Silver Lake?
If the owners of The Village Idiot have their say, an homage to the historic gay bar could return.
Camden Coffee Shop Owner Reneges on Sexual Harassment Settlements; Chick-Fil-A
Plus: New York Times operators are standing by to help you with your Thanksgiving turkey; and Ruth Reichl loves to chow down in Vegas, all in our morning news roundup.
The Spotlight Fades Away in Hollywood
L.A.’s sketchiest gay bar calls it quits after 50 years.
Atlantic City Opens Its First Gay Club in 33 Years
Resorts opened Prohibition, which caters to a gay clientele, last week.
The Abbey Grandly Reopens on April 20th
A new look and new menu will be revealed to the public at 8:00 P.M.