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.
Chicago’s Five Best Food Halls
On the menu: tacos, poke bowls, Neapolitan-style pizzas, charcuterie, Chi Town’s most famous burger, and more.
Angel’s Flight is resurrected
Mark your calendars for Labor Day 2017.
Fall in love in Los Angeles with this indulgent vacation package
Enjoy the City of Stars in Golden Age style at The Hollywood Roosevelt.
Chance the Rapper donates $1 million to Chicago Public Schools
You cannot mess with the light.
In Bed With… Ramona Rosales
We caught up with the busy photographer during a shoot at The Hollywood Roosevelt with America Ferrera following the Oscars, to discuss photography, art, and inspiration.
What to look forward to at SXSW
SXSW kicks off this week in Austin, Texas, bringing new films, music, and interactive experiences to thousands of attendees.
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’.
The Hollywood Roosevelt elevates relaxation to an artform in stylish new spot
It’s more than a hotel. It’s a vibe.
Your essential Chicago podcasts
Chicago is a center of culture, comedy, history, and some of the best made podcasts.
Your essential Los Angeles podcasts
A round-up of podcasts to get you through that never-ending traffic.
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.
Kismet brings bright Mideast-ish flavors to Los Feliz
Chefs Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson are the inspired minds behind LA’s hottest all-day eatery.
The stunning mid-century modern Edris House in Palm Springs is on the market
A historic masterpiece from modernist E. Stewart Williams could be yours for a cool $4.2M.
Must Watch: Kristen Wiig on Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
As Jerry Seinfeld’s hit short format show launches into its ninth season, Jerry welcomes Bridesmaids and Saturday Night Live favorite Kristen Wiig out for a cup of coffee.
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.
Emma Stone photographed at The Hollywood Roosevelt
Emma Stone takes the cover of The Hollywood Reporter magazine for its February 3 issue.
Blue Bottle opens for business at the Bradbury
Step into the historic Bradbury Building and enjoy one of the finest cups of coffee there is.
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.
Downtown Los Angeles: The Distillery District?
In stark contrast to the glitz of the Hollywood Roosevelt, Greenbar Craft Distillery is hidden down a dead-end side street in the often-overlooked pocket of downtown Los Angeles.
Oscar nominations are here
This morning, Oscar winners Brie Larson and Jennifer Hudson announced the nominees for the 2017 Academy Awards.
The New York Times names 52 places to go in 2017
Madrid, Detroit, Budapest, Agra, and Stockholm all make the list.
George Lucas chooses LA’s Exposition Park as the home of his new museum
The 1 billion dollar Lucas Museum of Narrative Art might just be one of the most important cultural and tourist additions to the city in recent decades.
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.
Your next dining hotspot is Palm Springs
Palm Springs is making waves in the culinary world, with new restaurant and drinking options popping up left and right.
When the Hollywood Roosevelt Hosted the First Oscars
The year is 1929 and the Hollywood Roosevelt is playing host to stars like Charlie Chaplin and Janet Gaynor for the first-ever Academy Awards.
Introducing The Row in Downtown LA
The Arts District is fast becoming the most talked about neighborhood in Los Angeles.
Sal Imposimato talks Teller with Le Miami
VP of Brand Experience at Journal Group Sal Imposimato sat down with Olivia Squire, Senior Creative Executive for Beyond Luxury Media to talk about the importance of this new people-centric editorial platform.
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.
In Bed With… Sjana Earp
Sjana Earp is a lifestyle blogger whose adventures in travel, wellness, fitness, and fun are the definition of enviable.
VJ Vello Virkhaus Creates Music You Can See
Meet the visual mastermind who ensures concertgoers aren’t just watching somebody standing behind a DJ setup.
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.
These are the ‘Best Restaurants in America’ according to Eater
From strip malls to Michelin stars, get to know the 38 places that defined dining in 2016.
Richard Sandler’s still photos run deep
A new book showcases a street photographer whose work captures the beauty and the decay.
A Tribe Called Quest is timeless
Cue “Can I Kick It?”
In Bed With… Brian Baumgartner
We caught up with Brian recently at The Hollywood Roosevelt to talk offices, pick-up lines, and craziest hotel stories.
Emo Nite turns two
Get your Taking Back Sunday and side-parted bangs ready.
Public Kitchen & Bar launches a new winter menu
Treat yourself to a lavish array of eclectic American fare from executive chef Tim Goodell this festive season.
An Interview with Eva Doležalová
It was just over a week after the election when we met up with Eva Doležalová at the MacArthur to discuss her career, her perspective as a director, and what’s up next for her.
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.
The Hidden Stars of the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Unlike the old saying about getting to Carnegie Hall, getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame takes more than just practice.
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.
Ruvan Wijesooriya cares about the details
We sat down with this genuine and curious artist to speak about reality, beauty, art, business, politics, movements and more.
Design Extraordinaire Billy Butchkavitz Recalls His Favorite Hollywood Parties
The Billy Butchkavitz Design firm has masterminded HBO events since 1999.
Live in Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic Heller House in Chicago
It’s one of the most important surviving examples of his emerging Prairie style and it’s up for sale.