Los Angeles
Gay Los Angeles is a premier destination for the LGBT community. Crowds muscle their way to West Hollywood bars like The Abbey, Mickey’s, and Revolver, while the trendy Silver Lake staples like Akbar and MJ’s provide an alternative nightlife scene. In the daytime, take a walk past the stars on Hollywood Boulevard, soak in some sun in Santa Monica or Venice, and discover the burgeoning arts community downtown and in Culver City. Let us be your guide to the exciting cultural experiences of gay Los Angeles.

Photos: California Gays Invade Six Flags

Thousands of thrill-seekers braved L.A. rush hour traffic for the LGBT night at Six Flags Magic Mountain, 30 miles ...
Famous Roller Coaster Burns, Partially Collapses

Famous Roller Coaster Burns, Partially Collapses

The shuttered Colossus wooden roller coaster catches fire at Six Flags Magic Mountain, north of L.A.

Check Out Designs for WeHo's AIDS Memorial

Check Out Designs for WeHo's AIDS Memorial

West Hollywood officials narrow down the designs for the forthcoming memorial.

Op-ed: It's Time to Take Gay Bars Outside of the Gayborhood

Op-ed: It's Time to Take Gay Bars Outside of the Gayborhood

The owners of Redline, a gay bar debuting in downtown Los Angeles this fall, explain why they're opening their business …

Here's How to Waste Time and Enjoy Layovers at LAX

Here's How to Waste Time and Enjoy Layovers at LAX

Make your time at this West Coast hub less miserable.

Is Boycott Against Bev Hills Hotel and Its Hateful Owner Failing?

Is Boycott Against Bev Hills Hotel and Its Hateful Owner Failing?

Hotel bookings remain robust, according to a recent report.

There Are So Many Lost Phones, Tablets at LAX, TSA is Destroying Them

There Are So Many Lost Phones, Tablets at LAX, TSA is Destroying Them

The airport is overflowing with pricey electronic equipment that was left behind.

L.A.'s Most Infamous Bathhouse Reopens After Sudden Closure

L.A.'s Most Infamous Bathhouse Reopens After Sudden Closure

Flex Spa reopened Saturday after closing two and half months ago.

Los Angeles Celebrates 30th Anniversary of 1984 Olympics

Los Angeles Celebrates 30th Anniversary of 1984 Olympics

30 years later, the city of Los Angeles still reaps the rewards of an amazing hosting gig for the 1984 Olympics.

New Terminal Will Make LAX Less Miserable

New Terminal Will Make LAX Less Miserable

The new midfield concourse west of the Tom Bradley International Terminal will open up space for bigger planes and cut …

WARNING: If You're Flying In or Out of LAX

WARNING: If You're Flying In or Out of LAX

A major traffic debacle is headed to the nation's third-busiest airport.

PHOTOS: America's First Gay 'Massive'

PHOTOS: America's First Gay 'Massive'

The first-ever 1Life Festival goes off without a hitch in southern California.

Gettin' Hot in Here: World's Tallest Thermometer Back in Biz in Calif.

Gettin' Hot in Here: World's Tallest Thermometer Back in Biz in Calif.

The icon of Death Valley — and the oft-traversed route between Los Angeles and Las Vegas — roars back to life on …

PHOTOS: Downtown LA's Newest Hotel is Very <em>Blade Runner</em>

PHOTOS: Downtown LA's Newest Hotel is Very Blade Runner

Downtown Los Angeles is hotter than ever and there are nearly 400 new rooms for visitors to stay there.

VIDEO: Protesters Swarm Beverly Hills Hotel

VIDEO: Protesters Swarm Beverly Hills Hotel

LGBT and women's rights activists are not letting up on the Dorchester Collection hotels, which are owned by the Sultan …

Vocativ Ranks Los Angeles as Most LGBT-Friendly U.S. City

Vocativ Ranks Los Angeles as Most LGBT-Friendly U.S. City

New York, San Francisco, and, surprisingly, Des Moines were also in the top four.

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