Phillip Zonkel

journalist and publisher of Q Voice News

journalist and publisher of Q Voice News

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After Oil Can Harry’s closed during the pandemic, LA lost one of its oldest LGBTQ bars and nightclubs. But LA City Council may designate the site as a Historic-Cultural Monument.

Can historic designation revive beloved LGBTQ bar Oil Can Harry’s?

After Oil Can Harry’s closed during the pandemic, LA lost one of its oldest LGBTQ bars and nightclubs. But LA City Council may designate the site as a Historic-Cultural Monument.

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