Week in Review: Estella Warren Released, City Hall Automated Structure and Rainbow Project

Weho Patch also covered Musical Mondays at Eleven Nightclub and the new Hikes and Bikes LA storefront.

Michael Lohan pleaded not guilty to domestic violence charges on , actress and model Estella Warren was booked for battery on a police officer and released on bail , and figure skating champion Johnny Weir was named grand marshal of the upcoming . 

This week's saw two walls tagged with "OGB," a mailed passport that never arrived and residential burglaries. 

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City Hall will begin construction on an in 2012. The cars would be stored in the five-story structure through a process of motorized lifts, conveyers and shuttles. The project, which also includes a community plaza area, is expected to cost $13 million and the technology is expected to reduce CO2 emissions. 

Danny Roman has moved  out of his apartment and into a shop in the West Hollywood business district. Roman plans to introduce more social biking activities such as an upcoming spin dating tour for singles.

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In this week's , Barbara Meltzer profiled the gay seniors who make up the . Residents from West Hollywood and surrounding neighborhoods meet to talk about world issues, share news and make friends. The nonprofit organization was started to give the elderly LGBT community support and a place of acceptance. 

columnist Nicole Pajer interviewed after a crowded Viper Room performance. The St. Cello's Fall singer talked to Patch about getting started in the music industry and where he finds inspiration for his lyrics. 

Patrick Gomez talked to the tightknit community of musical theater fans who flock to Eleven Nightclub's  in this week's column. 

Mark Your Calendar

Memorial Day is Monday. City Hall is closed and there will be no trash pickup. The farmers market at Plummer Park opens at 9 a.m. 

Pride Month begins on Wednesday. An opening reception at Equality California West Hollywood at 5:30 p.m. will kick off the month's celebrations. The event is free. 

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