The Fight - Social distancing may be dragging community morale down, but The Abbey’s infamous drag shows are back to lift everyone up again! 

Making a triumphant return to join the online catalogs of entertainment and virtual nightclubs, Monday Night Lip Service and Saturday Drag Brunch at The Abbey Food & Bar have made a comeback during the COVID-19 lockdown. 

WEHO Times - The folks at THE FIGHT Magazine found a way to help queer bartenders and restaurant workers who currently find themselves out of work and are looking for supplemental income. The queer media outlet has launched Clean Jacks–a new cleaning service that specializes in making homes safer from the present health crisis with various methods of disinfecting “for the community, by the community.”

WEHOville - West Hollywood prides itself on the lofty ideals and core values that were intended to define us:  inclusion, acceptance, empathy, compassion.  Yet within our community there is a sizable segment of haters the likes of which I have rarely seen.  

Do you disagree?  All you need to do is follow the comments on any day in this very publication.  In fact look at the April 1 story “WeHo Chamber of Commerce Lobbies for Financial Support for Local Businesses” and follow down to see Eric Jon Schmidt’s bitter comments about the West Hollywood business community. 

WEHO Times - COVID-19 is not stopping the construction (or destruction) at the historical Factory Building in the heart of West Hollywood’s Boystown. Developer Faring’s Robertson Lane project is well underway and it’s a gut-wrenching scene at 652 N La Peer Dr, as workers pound away at the construction site while West Hollywood residents self-quarantine at home.

Photos taken yesterday show the outer shell and skeletal frame of what was once home to gay dance clubs like Studio One and The Factory, as well as lesbian bar, Girl Bar, followed by many other LGBTQ spaces throughout the decades.

LA Times - The drag and go-go show must go on.

A gay nightclub in Los Angeles is planning a live-stream drag and go-go show on Friday night in hopes of helping out its performers who are unable to dance and lip-sync before regular clubgoers during the coronavirus shutdown in the city and beyond.

Club Cobra in North Hollywood announced on Thursday that its show will air live on the subscription platform OnlyFans.

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