Where to brunch the first morning of 2018 in LA
Waking up in LA to welcome in the new year? Chances are you’ll be looking for a spot to eat breakfast that is worthy of 2018.
Desert X returning in 2019
The art extravaganza returns to the Coachella Valley.
Take a bite into one of America’s best burgers in Chicago
Calling all burger lovers in the Chicago area: one of America’s best burgers is in your town.
Another season of sun: embracing the holidays and getting festive in LA
While summer finally fades into a muted fall and winter, the seasonal activities are in full force in the city of angles.
Eight spots for late-night munchies in New York
If you’re hungry after a night out in the Big Apple, you’re in luck.
New York moves west: a food rush in LA
With a mix of established New York brands and talented chefs opening new concepts, it seems like L.A. is currently winning the bi-coastal tug of war.
John Legend lights up the Hollywood Roosevelt with rooftop concert
Last Thursday, John Legend was literally singing from the rooftops.
A Christmas tradition in Gramercy Park
Just a few blocks away from Mondrian Park Ave, Rolf’s German Restaurant is dripping in Christmas cheer.
Chicago’s Unsung Culinary Heroes: Greektown
This inaugural edition of Unsung Culinary Heros takes us a few blocks past the buzzing West Loop—and three-ish miles due southwest of Ambassador Chicago to Greektown.
Six New York City art exhibitions worth seeing this season
This fall, a slew of new shows shine a spotlight on social and political themes with a lineup of well-known artists and buzzy newcomers.
Sita Abellán is a rising star
We spoke with the internet’s favorite techno princess about feeling like a fashion freak, modelling for Rihanna, and what inspires her to create.
Rooftop Cinema Club’s seasonal screenings
Celebrate the season with Rooftop Cinema Club’s holiday screenings.
Five Shopping Gems in NYC
Already a popular destination for eating and drinking, Nomad is also home to some of New York’s trendiest shopping.
Chicago’s Under-the-Radar Spots to Get Cultured
Chicago is packed with lesser-known cultural destinations that are no less amazing.
Uptown’s iconic Green Mill hosts Paper Machete
A Saturday afternoon of drinks, hot takes and laughs.
The Moscow Mule: A Los Angeles Original
In a city that can be careless with its own history, it’s impressive that a plaque still exists to commemorate the Cock ‘n’ Bull. What once was a popular bar and restaurant, with regulars including stars like Errol Flynn, writers like F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the industry power players that make a town like Hollywood
29Rooms lands in DTLA
Refinery29’s funhouse of style, culture, and technology arrives in the City of Angels.
How to watch the 2017 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, a New York tradition since 1924.
The Hollywood Roosevelt shines at LA’s first Vulture Festival
After four years in New York, Vulture decided to bring its entertainment and culture festival to Los Angeles.
Booth One reinvents dining at Ambassador Chicago
If you’re not already in the Chicago area, here’s a reason to book your next trip: Booth One is now open at the Ambassador Chicago in the Gold Coast.
30 Days in Chicago delivers the best in new music
The event’s Chicago debut follows the LA blueprint.
Eataly has grandly opened in LA
A presto, Los Angeles!
Patti Smith kicks off concert weekend at Yours Truly
Punk poet laureate, Patti Smith, took to celebrating this past weekend at none other than Yours Truly, the underground nightclub at Journal Hotels’ Mondrian Park Avenue. What was the occasion? Combating climate change.
Netflix aftershow Beyond Stranger Things is here for the fans
Analyzing and answering all the burning questions from the show’s second season.
The New York City Marathon spectator’s guide
This Sunday in New York City is guaranteed to be electric as New Yorkers, visitors, runners, and non-runners alike come together to celebrate or participate in the world’s largest marathon.
The Beat Junkies Institute of Sound: Fueling DJ Dreams
In an era of YouTube tutorials and computer programs like Serato that do much of the dexterous work, Beat Junkies exists in a world of hands-on, real-world immersion.
Vulture Fest lineup announced
The weekend-long extravaganza is the go-to-event for everyone and anyone who lives, breathes, and consumes entertainment.
Discover Halloween’s best at the 44th Annual Village Halloween Parade
There’s no better place to celebrate Halloween than New York City. For any who disagree, you haven’t seen the Village Halloween Parade.
Dodgers vs. Astros, Pink’s vs. Good Dogs
For any Dodger fans out there, a Pink’s rivalry is nothing new.
Sonja Teri is making art accessible one print at a time
We sat down with Teri in her DTLA studio to talk art, the LA scene, and where the hardworking entrepreneur goes to get away from it all.
Day of the Dead at Hollywood Forever will entertain and enlighten
Hollywood Forever Cemetery comes to life after sunset.
Mike Kelley’s sprawling installation ‘Kandors’ opens at Hauser & Wirth
Technically complex and quite remarkable.
Mondrian Park Avenue hosts celebration of Bill Murray’s New Worlds
The star-studded soirée folded into a G&R afterparty, kicking off what is sure to be a legendary run at Mondrian Park Avenue.
New York City’s best new rooftop bars
Priceless views are in demand this fall.
Flaunt Magazine celebrates Riley Keough and The Kills at The Hollywood Roosevelt
The evening included an intimate dinner at the Rosy Oyster and a party at the Tropicana pool.
Taika Waititi photographed at The Hollywood Roosevelt
The ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ director is a fashion superhero in his own right.
Underground nightclub coming to Mondrian Park Avenue
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
Because it’s best to sample craft brews on a full stomach.
Michael Matula and his salon Mud Honey are New York legends
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
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
Time to get spooky.
Tropicana presents Movie + Swim
Every Tuesday in October at The Hollywood Roosevelt.
Booth One to open at Ambassador Chicago this fall
The long awaited restaurant in Ambassador Chicago is opening Fall 2017.
Experience parts of Chicago you normally can’t see
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
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
Celebrating the very best of television, film, music, podcasts and more in Golden Age style.
A stroll through Hollywood’s Golden Age
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
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
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
Get thee to Venice.