Celebrities flock to West Hollywood to eat, shop, play, party and take meetings at all sorts of local businesses. You’ve seen these places on reality TV, and now your friends can see them on your Instagram.
When actor Johnny Depp launched The Viper Room in 1993, it automatically became one of the hottest places on the Sunset Strip. But few people realize just how historic its location at 8852 Sunset really is.
Meet British artist Katie Brightside, who talks about her work and shares her perfect West Hollywood day.
West Hollywood is arguably one of the most Instagrammable cities in the world.
The Roxy Theatre is one of the Sunset Strip’s long-standing and legendary venues. Now celebrating its 50-year anniversary, the Roxy has continually offered an exciting lineup of both new and established artists.
Dynamic and driven, Icelandic-born Gulla Jónsdóttir is the principal of her namesake architecture and design business, and also sits on the board of the West Hollywood Design District as the Arts Chair.
Explore Old Hollywood haunts, new celebrity hangouts and famous filming locations on this cinematic tour through West Hollywood.
The word “troubadour” refers to a poet and musician, singing tales of romance, in 11th through 13th century France. Doug Weston, who founded the Troubadour in 1957 as a venue for folk artists and singer-songwriters, referred…
Mary Ta came to West Hollywood with the dream of introducing Los Angeles to Italian design through her groundbreaking furniture showroom, Minotti. Since then, she has opened a second showroom, Mass Beverly, and become an indelible…
West Hollywood is an interior design mecca, and no one knows that better than Celebrity Interior Designer and Co-Founder of JSN STUDIO, Adair Curtis. While you might recognize him from the hit Netflix series Styling Hollywood,…
Stroll through West Hollywood’s architectural golden era with this walking tour planned by the West Hollywood Preservation Alliance.
Since the early days of West Hollywood, the Sunset Strip has been a party destination like no other, home to gangsters in the roaring 1920s, and the playground of Hollywood royalty then and now.
As the nation’s most visible gayborhood, West Hollywood has been a center of drag culture for decades and is a prime destination for both casual observers and die-hard fans of the art form.
If you’re looking for interior design help, or you’re always on the prowl for unique furniture and art to spice up your home, the West Hollywood Design District is where you want to be.
On Sunset Boulevard between Sherbourne Drive and Horn Avenue, bold, colorful patterns cover the sidewalk and utility boxes. Pattern Park, an eye-catching art installation, was created by artist Chase Erachi as part of the City of…