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    West Hollywood Park

    WeHo Outdoors: A Guide to Public Parks in West Hollywood

      Summer is synonymous with outdoor activities, and West Hollywood has many parks and outdoor spaces to choose from. You can attend concerts, have picnics on the lawn, play tennis, swim laps, or even join a pickup game of basketball. If you want to picnic in style, visit one of West Hollywood’s great restaurants to [...]

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    Sama Eyewear

    One-Of-A-Kind “Destination Sama” Eyewear Kicks Off Summer in West Hollywood

      West Hollywood loves shopping, creativity and giving back to the community. Enter Destination Sama in Sunset Plaza, a summer pop-up boutique that allows you to express yourself through customized sunglasses that fit your unique personality. You’ll also be giving back—a percentage of the profits go to various youth, women and children’s foundations like the [...]

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    Premier Package of the Week: SSMF at The Standard, Hollywood

      The Sunset Strip is famous for its bars, its nightlife, its people, and its unconventionality—but most of all, it’s famous for its music. Every year, the Sunset Strip celebrates its musical heritage with the Sunset Strip Music Festival, and the whole community pitches in to make sure that the two-day street party is as [...]

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    The San Vicente Bungalows' famous pool, a longtime hub of West Hollywood's gay culture.

    A Fresh Start for the San Vicente Bungalows

      The San Vicente Bungalows in West Hollywood have a colorful past. The hotel’s 29 rooms once played host to an eclectic gay scene, and it was better known for its men-only, clothing-optional policies and its wild customers than for its actual amenities. In the late 80s and 90s, the Bungalows fell on hard times, and [...]

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    The Sunset Cocktail Lounge at Palihouse, West Hollywood

    A Summer Guide to New Bars in West Hollywood

      Summer has officially arrived, and the timing couldn’t have been more perfect for a slew of new, hip bars to debut in West Hollywood. From stylish rooftops to celebrity owned hotspots, new bars and lounges in West Hollywood are making headlines with fanciful decor, fashionable crowds and, of course, killer cocktail menus. We rounded [...]

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    The interior of the world-famous Book Soup

    Stay Dry This Summer: Alcohol-Free Nightlife in West Hollywood

      While we fully endorse wine tastings, cocktail hour-ing and weekend bar hopping, West Hollywood is a hotbed for equally stimulating sober adventures after the sun sets. From meditative yoga to stimulating author readings, West Hollywood offers plenty of nighttime activities for fun nights out that don’t require you to show your ID. Round up [...]

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    July Music Scene

      Since the 1960s, West Hollywood has been an original authority on live music. From the groovy club scene of the 1960s, to the rock ‘n’ roll explosion of the 1970s, to the hair bands of the 1980s and the eclectic mix of sounds you’ll find in WeHo clubs today, West Hollywood knows music. Each [...]

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    The pool at Mondrian Los Angeles

    Premier Package of the Week: The Patriotic Package at Mondrian

      The Fourth of July is a holiday dedicated to celebrating the American Dream. What could be more dreamlike than spending all day basking by the pool among the most beautiful people in the world? At the Mondrian Los Angeles, the pool is the centerpiece of the entire hotel, with an unbelievable, 360-degree view of [...]

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    "Drumroll" by Steve McQueen at MOCA Pacific Design Center

    MOCA at the Pacific Design Center Rolls Out Steve McQueen Exhibit

      Drumroll, a three-channel video installation created by British artist and Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen, “is a portrait of an experience of the city, and its questions go to how and who we are,” said MOCA Curator Bennett Simpson. McQueen—best known for directing the Academy Award-winning film 12 Years a Slave—wanted to create a work [...]

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    Spinach Tamales. Photo courtesy of quarrygirl.com.

    10 Food Concepts (That We Love) Pioneered by Hugo’s Restaurant

    Hugo’s Restaurant is justly famous for its wholesome, delicious food, much of which is vegan or vegetarian. It’s less well-known that Hugo’s doesn’t just exemplify many current food trends—it pioneered them. Concepts such as vegetarian-friendly menus, farm-to-table cuisine, physically and spiritually healthy food, and the “power breakfast” were all adopted early on at Hugo’s and continue [...]

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