‘An Evening of Tiki’ brings world-renowned bartenders and island-inspired cocktails to The Spare Room
Break out the floral print, things are getting tropical at The Hollywood Roosevelt this summer.
It’s time to start planning your Palm Springs Restaurant Week itinerary
The much-anticipated culinary event is set to be bigger than ever before.
Björk Digital brings extraordinary artistry to Los Angeles
A fascinating and peculiar exploration of musicology, science and technology.
The annual White Party returns to Palm Springs
In 1990, Jeffrey Sanker started the White Party in Palm Springs. What began as a gathering of his friends turned into one of the biggest gay circuit parties in the world.
Jawbreaker will reunite to headline Riot Fest 2017
Punk icons Jawbreaker are reuniting to headline the festival alongside Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age.
Slurp and sip all summer at The Hollywood Roosevelt’s pop-up bar, The Rosy Oyster
Awww shucks, a new oyster and rosé bar opens at The Hollywood Roosevelt this May.
A nondescript warehouse is home to one of Los Angeles’ coolest art spaces
The 14th Factory has your 2001: A Space Odyssey replica and so much more.
Lollapalooza 2017 lineup is here
Chance the Rapper, Arcade Fire, the Killers and Muse will headline the Chicago mega fest.
Five street fests to hit in Chicago this summer
Within walking distance or a quick “L” or Uber ride from PUBLIC Chicago.
The 22nd annual LA Times Festival of Books has star-studded literary lineup
The annual two-day event has a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them.
Nicole Richie, Project September and The Hollywood Roosevelt team up for Planned Parenthood
The champagne was flowing at the exclusive spring soirée.
FYF Fest 2017 lineup announced
It’s a hot one! Its headliners include Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Missy Elliott, and Björk.
6 bands you need to see at Coachella 2017
Sure, Radiohead, Lady Gaga and Kendrick are headlining, but there’s some small-font bands performing that deserve your attention too.
Quentin Tarantino is screening his personal 35mm print of Pulp Fiction
All right, everybody be cool.
Patrick Gookin photographs Los Angeles with an iPhone from a car
His new book preserves that which is often overlooked, or, if noticed, quickly forgotten.
TCM Classic Film Festival returns to The Hollywood Roosevelt this April
It’s a stellar lineup, being kicked off with a 50th anniversary screening of ‘In the Heat of the Night’.
Jason Rhoades’ radical oeuvre takes over Hauser Wirth & Schimmel
It’s the first exhibition of the artist’s works in Los Angeles, the city he lived and worked for the entirety of his career.
Daft Punk have opened a pop-up store in West Hollywood
Your favorite robots brought all their helmets and more to Maxfield’s Gallery space for one week only.
Modernism Week hits Palm Springs
The celebration of midcentury architecture and design returns to the desert this week.
First Fridays returns to the Natural History Museum
The downtown Los Angeles venue will tackle foodie culture in a series of monthly after-hours events.
An artist who goes by Jesus Hands was behind the ‘Hollyweed’ prank
He wanted to make people “laugh out loud” and instead he’s been booked for misdemeanor trespassing.
Chicago’s ArcLight dedicates new film series to architectural icons of the city
Architecture Afternoons explores how filmmakers use Chicago and its design to tell extraordinary stories.
Introducing The Row in Downtown LA
The Arts District is fast becoming the most talked about neighborhood in Los Angeles.
In Bed With… Galore
To celebrate the launch of Galore’s Art Issue, we hosted the VIP party with Paris Hilton and Sofia Richie.
Coachella 2017 lineup announced
Radiohead, Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar headline an eye-popping list of acts.
Palm Springs International Film Festival opens early January
Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone and La La Land’s director and writer Damien Chazelle are expected to attend.
A Tribe Called Quest is timeless
Cue “Can I Kick It?”
Emo Nite turns two
Get your Taking Back Sunday and side-parted bangs ready.
Experience ‘The Unconventional Canvases of Keith Haring’ at the Petersen
The world’s first exhibit to feature the entire collection of Keith Haring Art Cars.
All work and no play makes this holiday party that much better
Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining hits the silver screen for Cinespia’s holiday celebration.
A Saved by the Bell-themed pop-up in Chicago
Channel your inner Zack Morris
AFI Film Festival comes to Hollywood
The 13th annual film festival lights up Hollywood Boulevard November 10-17.
Never before seen Basquiat art to be shown at Miami Basel
Paintings, drawings and collages in the self-taught artist’s famed Neo-Expressionist style.
Nike Mag raffle raised $6.75 million for a very good cause
Nike released 89 pairs of Marty McFly’s light-up self-lacing shoes to help find a cure for Parkinson’s.
Eat your vegetables
Lucky Peach’s Power Vegetables! event includes cocktails from The Spare Room.
See film noir classics at DTLA’s Union Station
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority and The Film Noir Foundation have teamed up to offer free screenings of iconic noir films in an ideal setting: the historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles.
Doug Aitken: Electric Earth opens at MOCA
It’s the first North American museum survey of Aitken’s category-defying career, spanning nearly two decades.
Los Angeles like you’ve never seen
Rare archival footage of Los Angeles will screen this weekend at the Central Library Downtown.
Halloween at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Halloween kicks off a few days early this year with a party at The Hollywood Roosevelt featuring a live performance by Big Sean on October 29th.
Guns N’ Roses partied hard at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Axl Rose and Slash were joined by a flock of models for an afterparty in the hotel’s penthouse.
Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, and The Rolling Stones rock the desert
Desert Trip takes over the Empire Polo Field for three epic days of classic rock.
Lupe Fiasco’s solo art show to open at Chicago’s Ed Pashke Art Center
His brilliantly colored geometric abstractions will be on display in Chicago this September.
CARtoons: Art of America’s Car Culture opens at LACMA
Between 1959 and 1991, CARtoons magazine offered a hotted up and kitted out dose of automotive humor, hot rod artwork, and everything you needed to know about American car culture. According to CARtoons magazine, it was “the only humor magazine in the world for the lovers and owners of cars.” At CARtoons: Art of America’s
The Museum of Broken Relationships hosts Date Night
Preserve the pieces of your broken heart.
Guillermo del Toro recreates his lucid dreams for LACMA
An extraordinary exhibition traversing magic, occultism, horror, monsters, life and death, innocence and redemption.
Liquid Shark hits Pershing Square this week
See the silver art installation making waves over downtown LA.
Here’s what to snack on at 626 Night Market
We ate our way through the biggest Asian-themed night market in the United States.
Ghostbusters cast gather at The Hollywood Roosevelt for The New York Times
The daily newspaper of note asks, Who’s Afraid of Female Ghostbusters?
Unemployed magazine release party
Sophie Tabet from the cool and creative magazine (and some famous friends) partied in the Garden Bar at The Hollywood Roosevelt to launch Issue 02.
Kendrick Lamar celebrates Grammy wins at The Hollywood Roosevelt
K Dot was joined by Timbaland, Miguel, Swizz Beats, and plenty of Moët & Chandon.