What did you miss in the City of Angels this week? We’ll give you a hint: this week’s highlight involved a big moment for Matthew McConaughey. No, it isn’t Oscar time already.
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Oh, hello Oscars, is that you? Although the Academy Awards aren’t until February, it sure felt that way at the Palladium on November 14, which hosted the A-list, star-studded Hollywood Film Awards.
In our opinion, Barton G. is one of the most exciting new restaurants to open in Los Angeles in ages. From the moment you step inside the West Hollywood eatery, every single moment is an exceptional experience for your senses.
The Relativity CEO and founder happily makes others mimic his philanthropic nature—even if they literally have to be forced into it.
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The City of Angels was in a festive mood this week, celebrating the openings of Dsquared2 and Irene Neuwirth, as well as China’s involvement in Hollywood. Check out all the news you might have missed here!
The Redbury is so much more than just a hotel—it’s an all-encompassing, one-stop-shop destination. But then, it’s an sbe property: CEO and founder Sam Nazarian wouldn’t have one of his establishments run any other way. As curated renowned by photographer Matthew Rolston in collaboration with Nazarian, this haute hotel pays homage to the golden era of Hollywood with its kitschy, cool interiors and, of course, by its location at the iconic intersection of Hollywood and Vine. Check out all you can expect to experience when you check in to The Redbury.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hosted a haute, VIP luncheon and viewing of the current exhibition, Hollywood Costume, on Wednesday at the Wilshire May Company building—future home of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.
Photo Credit: Getty ImagesHollywood headed to Malibu on Sunday for the 28th Annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon, presented by Equinox, which saw over 5,000 participants swimming, biking and running side-by-side for a cause; the event raised more than $1.35 million for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’ Pediatric Cancer Research Program.
Over 50 celebrities came together simultaneously for an event was aired on more than 33 channels simultaneously and commercial free on Sept. 5: Hollywood’s major star-studded cancer research fundraiser, Stand Up to Cancer.
Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep has just found a buyer for her Los Angeles residence, and it’s none other than scandalous Yankees player Alex Rodriguez.