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The city of West Hollywood is in Los Angeles County, California, United States. Founded in 1984, the city is known as the Sunset Strip. Its population was 34,399 as of the 2010 U.S. Census. Many people consider it to be one of the best gay villages in the U.S.
The West Hollywood Halloween Carnival is held annually on Halloween. The US’s largest Halloween street party (spanning over 1 mile (1.6 km) of Santa Monica Boulevard from La Cienega Boulevard on the east to Doheny and the Beverly Hills border on the west), the 2007 Carnival is reported to have had more than 350,000 people in attendance, some of whom traveled from other countries just for the event.
First held in June 1970 in Hollywood to mark the first anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Christopher Street West is an LGBT pride parade and festival. The festival moved to West Hollywood after incorporation and is usually held the second weekend in June.
One City One Pride is a city-wide LGBT arts festival in West Hollywood that takes place during June.
Founded in 2001, the West Hollywood Book Fair takes place every fall. Among past participants have been Andrew McCarthy, Deepak Chopra, and Rocco DiSpirito.
There are many large Academy Award party venues in the city because the Oscars are a major event there. Traffic swells and many streets are closed on this day every year.
On the Sunday morning of Pride weekend, Frontrunners LGBT Pride Run has a 5km/10km run/walk.
In the past, the City of West Hollywood has sponsored an animal walk and pet appreciation days, which included psychic readings for pets and activities for dogs. An animal costume contest is held in West Hollywood Park during Halloween the week before October 31. Hollywood’s dog park and hiking trail in Runyon Canyon Park are both close to West Hollywood.
Pacific Design Center has traditionally hosted the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Party. This is a multimillion-dollar fundraiser for the foundation.
A number of ongoing programs are held in West Hollywood to celebrate the vibrant arts and unique culture of the city. A number of literary events are presented year-round at the West Hollywood Library, including a full day literary event each fall. PowPow is an annual event presented by AIDS Project Los Angeles Red Circle Project and the City of West Hollywood. The event at Plummer Park is aimed at promoting HIV awareness, prevention, and educational resources among Native communities.
Steven Reigns was inaugurated as the first City Poet in West Hollywood during the regular City Council meeting on October 6, 2014.
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