Here are the top stories in West Hollywood from Sept. 30-Oct. 6.
1. El Mirador owner Jerome Nash and the City of West Hollywood have hit a snag regarding the El Mirador rehabilitation, and Nash is threatening to sue the city and demolish the building.
2. City staff considers extending parking meter hours throughout the city.
3. Rainbow crosswalks have been implemented at the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and San Vicente Boulevard.
4. Lauren Bedford Russell, star of Showtime's The Real L-Word, checks in with Patch about her career in the jewelry business and her experiences on one of Showtime's popular series.
5. Jane Fonda makes a surprise visit at the Weho City Council meeting to promote the '1 Billion Rising' campaign.
6. Dodgeball connoisseur checks in with Patch regarding the new city-sponsored Weho Dodgeball League.
7. ROFL Cafe opens near West Hollywood, with 'happiness' as its motto.
8. President Obama to visit Los Angeles on Sunday.