Mondrian Park Avenue hosts celebration of Bill Murray’s New Worlds

10.18.2017 Full Article Mondrian Park Ave, Music, New York, Nightlife

The star-studded soirée folded into a G&R afterparty, kicking off what is sure to be a legendary run at Mondrian Park Avenue.

Flaunt Magazine celebrates Riley Keough and The Kills at The Hollywood Roosevelt

10.13.2017 Full Article

The evening included an intimate dinner at the Rosy Oyster and a party at the Tropicana pool.

Underground nightclub coming to Mondrian Park Avenue

10.9.2017 Full Article Food and Drink, Nightlife

Richie Akiva, of celebrity favorite 1OAK and Butter, is teaming up with Journal Hotels to bring another hot spot to the group’s new NOMAD location.

Five brewpubs to visit in Chicago

10.9.2017 Full Article Food and Drink

Because it’s best to sample craft brews on a full stomach.

Michael Matula and his salon Mud Honey are New York legends

10.6.2017 Full Article

He came to New York in ’79 when the city was deep in debt and spinning out of control. It was there in Alphabet City at the tail end of New York’s exploding punk scene that he opened his first hair salon, Mud Honey.

Nose around normally off-limits places at Open House New York

10.2.2017 Full Article Architecture, Happenings, New York

For one weekend in October, experience unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of the Big Apple.

Join Young Thug at The Hollywood Roosevelt’s Halloween Costume Ball

10.2.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Halloween, Happenings

Time to get spooky.

Tropicana presents Movie + Swim

9.29.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings

Every Tuesday in October at The Hollywood Roosevelt.

Booth One to open at Ambassador Chicago this fall

9.29.2017 Full Article Ambassador Chicago, Chicago

The long awaited restaurant in Ambassador Chicago is opening Fall 2017.

Experience parts of Chicago you normally can’t see

9.26.2017 Full Article Architecture, Chicago

Each October, the Chicago Architecture Foundation hosts an amazing city-wide event called Open House Chicago, where doors to more than 200 unique architectural spots around town open to the public.

New York Comic Con 2017 might be bigger, better than ever

9.21.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings, NYCC

What to expect at the largest comic book and pop culture gathering in the country.

Vulture Festival is coming to The Hollywood Roosevelt this November

9.18.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings

Celebrating the very best of television, film, music, podcasts and more in Golden Age style.

A stroll through Hollywood’s Golden Age

9.18.2017 Full Article Film, History, Hollywood

The road in Hollywood (and, by that, we mean Hollywood Boulevard itself, of course) is full of places to eat, drink, and celebrate some of what remains of the industry’s golden age.

Village Fest is your Thursday night to-do in Downtown Palm Springs

9.14.2017 Full Article Art, Food, Food and Drink, Happenings, Palm Springs

Village Fest takes over downtown Palm Springs for an evening of food, entertainment, arts, and more.

For one-day-only more than 50 Los Angeles museums will be free

9.11.2017 Full Article Art, Happenings

To celebrate the launch of Pacific Standard Time’s new project, a slew of spaces will open their doors for free this September.

Everything you need to know about Abbot Kinney Festival

9.11.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Food and Drink, Happenings

Get thee to Venice.

An Eataly extravaganza returns to Chicago on September 29th

9.8.2017 Full Article Chicago, Food and Drink, Happenings

Six hours of the best Italian food and drink hits Eataly in Chicago for what’s being dubbed SeptemberFest 2.0.

Bagel Broker is giving out a dozen bagels to anyone born in 1987

9.7.2017 Full Article Food, Los Angeles

Free bagels through Sunday for any 29 or 30 year old born in 1987!

Free contemporary art museum is coming to Los Angeles

9.5.2017 Full Article Art, Los Angeles

ICA LA is bringing contemporary art to the Arts District.

A Bite of Classic Chicago

8.31.2017 Full Article Chicago, Food, History

Five tried-and-true eateries that are just as popular today as they were when they first opened their doors.

A mysterious ‘Stranger Things’ bar opens in Chicago

8.29.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Food and Drink, Happenings

Are you ready to enter the Upside Down?

Misfits to reunite for first time in 35 years for one-off show

8.28.2017 Full Article Happenings, Music

“No tour, no BS, just one night of dark metal-punk hardcore brutality that will go down in the history books.”

Mexico City comes to Los Angeles – A review of Tintorera

8.23.2017 Full Article Food and Drink, Los Angeles

Tintorera marks the first Los Angeles restaurant for Mexico City chef Maycoll Calderon, the man behind a Roma Norte favorite, Huset.

Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival lineup announced

8.23.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings, Los Angeles, Music Festivals

Tyler, the Creator lines up Solange, Lana Del Rey, A$AP Rocky, Kid Cudi and more.

Pantone pays tribute to Prince with custom shade of purple

8.18.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Music, Prince

Introducing Love Symbol #2, a custom shade created in honor of the Purple One.

Chef Jenna Van Loon Wows with Monthly Wine Dinners at Essense

8.17.2017 Full Article Food and Drink, Palm Springs

Chef Jenna Van Loon shares her inspiration for the monthly wine dinners at Two Bunch Palms.

Craft Cocktails 101 with The Spare Room’s Yael Vengroff

8.17.2017 Full Article Cocktails, The Spare Room

More than two-and-a-half years into her tenure at The Spare Room, Vengroff has helped create countless concoctions for the Hollywood hotspot.

Creators of ClickHole are doing monthly live comedy

8.14.2017 Full Article Chicago, Entertainment, Happenings

A variety show from the wacky minds behind your favorite viral content.

Chicago Cubs World Series win brings a baby boom

8.11.2017 Full Article Chicago, Sports

Never underestimate the underdog.

Pop-up museum devoted to O.J. Simpson murderabilia to open in Los Angeles

8.10.2017 Full Article Art, Happenings, Sports

A temporary exhibit dedicated to examining the legacy of the disgraced sports superstar comes to Chinatown.

Desert Daze returns to Joshua Tree this October

8.7.2017 Full Article Art, Music, Music Festivals

Desert Daze is taking over the Institute of Mentalphysics in Joshua Tree for the 6th straight year for a weekend full of live music, art, speakers, and other immersive experiences.

The Last Tycoon’s Janie Bryant Talks Vintage Hollywood Costumes

8.4.2017 Full Article Film, Hollywood, Interviews

Janie Bryant, the costume designer for Amazon’s new series The Last Tycoon, sheds light on her inspirations for the show’s vintage Hollywood outfits.

Breaking down Lollapalooza 2017

8.1.2017 Full Article Chicago, Happenings, Music

Lollapalooza runs August 3-6 in Chicago’s Grant Park.

Journal Group opens Ambassador Chicago

7.31.2017 Full Article Ambassador Chicago, Chicago

The Journal Group has officially opened Ambassador Chicago, the historic property in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood.

Summer Olympics come to LA in 2028

7.31.2017 Full Article Los Angeles, Olympics, Sports

Save the date.

Heinz are now making Chicago Dog Sauce

7.27.2017 Full Article Chicago, Food and Drink

For the city that won’t put ketchup on its hotdogs.

Marc Rose and Med Abrous talk East Coast – West Coast

7.26.2017 Full Article Food and Drink, Interviews

Marc Rose and Med Abrous have been Angelenos since Y2K was a thing, and for the last decade they have quietly established an eclectic offering of LA hotspots.

“Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms” at The Broad gets a ticket release date

7.25.2017 Full Article Art, Broad Gallery, Los Angeles

This exhibit is quite possibly the most Instagrammed in Los Angeles.

The Great Date: 5 Places to Indulge in the Desert

7.24.2017 Full Article Food and Drink

Coachella Valley presents five different interesting and inventive takes on the delicious date.

AdWeek spotlights Chicago and its coveted beer scene

7.18.2017 Full Article Chicago, Food, Food and Drink

Chicago’s beer scene has stepped its game to reach the high standards of this culinary city.

Here’s who to catch at FYF this weekend

7.17.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings, Music Festivals

Six small-font bands you need to see at FYF Fest 2017.

Furious Spoon’s all-you-can-eat ramen challenge is back

7.17.2017 Full Article Chicago, Food and Drink

Chicago’s best ramen goes big.

New England Patriots’ Danny Amendola dressed for success at the ESPY Awards

7.14.2017 Full Article Fashion, Sports

This chocolate brown La La Land-esque ensemble landed the model athlete on the best dressed list.

Chris Pardo is leading an architectural revitalization in Palm Springs

7.12.2017 Full Article Architecture, Palm Springs

Pardo is one of the more prominent voices in the design renaissance of Palm Springs.

When the stars come out at the Hollywood Bowl

7.5.2017 Full Article Entertainment, History, Hollywood, Music

Even in a city that prioritizes freeways over sidewalks, the stroll to the Hollywood Bowl is iconic, rite-of-summer.

Provocative installations from Paul McCarthy and Monika Sosnowska open at Hauser & Wirth

6.30.2017 Full Article Art, Monika Sosnowska, Paul McCarthy

Monolithic, monochromatic, uncannily familiar and disconcertingly surreal.

Happy Birthday, Mr. Hockney kicks off at the Getty

6.27.2017 Full Article Art, Happenings, Los Angeles

A two-part exhibition lands at the Getty starting today that showcases some of the British artist’s most prominent work.

The best free summer concerts to check out in Los Angeles

6.26.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings, Music

Hot summer fun that won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

The best drag show is in the desert

6.26.2017 Full Article Entertainment, Happenings, Nightlife

Head to Toucan’s Tiki Lounge in Palm Springs on a Sunday.

The Sipping Point: Four Chicago Cocktails You Have to Try

6.21.2017 Full Article Chicago, Cocktails, Entertainment, Nightlife

There’s something about Chicago that makes you feel… well, a little thirsty.

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