Greetings, and welcome to today's City Scoop. Here's what's happening Tuesday in West Hollywood:
A to the city's promoter's ordinance is currently being drafted that will change how West Hollywood restaurants, bars, and nightclubs can employ the use of promoters. The ordinance went before the Business License Commission on Feb. 7, with recommendations to be taken to City Council without any changes. Staff is meeting Tuesday with the businesses that may be affected by this change.
The rock-and-roll Hall of Famer and founding member of the Beach Boys is performing at the at 8 p.m. The legendary musician will deliver classic hits, and a new assortment of Southern California rock tunes with a little help from his friends, says blogger Brent Mendoza. Tickets are $16.50.
The award-winning arts and investigative journalist and author will be discussing Hot Art: Chasing Thieves and Detectives Through the Secret World of Stolen Art at at 7 p.m. Hot Art traces Joshua Knelman’s five-year immersion in the shadowy world of art theft.
The City of West Hollywood and the Williams Institute are teaming up once again for a free lecture in the Community Meeting Room at the library. Speakers include Williams Institute Research Director Lee Badgett, Legal Director Jennifer C. Pizer, Associate Wendy E. Hartmann, Senior Scholar of Law Arnold D. Kassoy, and more. The event begins at 6:15 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m.
David Myers' French brasserie on Melrose is serving up some delicious burgers this evening—from their $14 veggie burger, made with cashew and pine nuts, garbanzo bean, ajuwan-tomato jam on a tofu bun, to their more traditional Swiss melt burger, with Angus beef, gruyere cheese, mushrooms, butter lettuce, crispy onion rings, French fries, garlic aioli for $18.
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