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All-Star Dodger Andre Ethier has embraced L.A. in unexpected ways. In our exclusive interview, he dishes on family, faith, fashion...and his favorite foods.
The Mad Men and Community actress gets positively frisky in a sit-down on the playful side of Hollywood.
Fired-copper hair, vanilla-malt skin, five feet eight inches of packed va-va-voom—Mad Men’s alpha babe talks Hollywood, Tom Waits worship and becoming a living doll.
You won’t find any retro-soul laudings on the press material for these rising stars, and yet the vivacious pair are champions of the genre.
Takes a catbird seat at the table of the sure-to-be hilarious Dinner for Schmucks.
Tom Selleck is one of Hollywood's best westerners. Now, with an induction into the Cowboy Hall of Fame, turns out he doesn't just talk the talk.
Hollywood Backlot steps on to the set of CBS’ hit show How I Met Your Mother, now in its fifth hilarious season.
Carla Gugino tears into her roles as if with talons, showing a capacity for risk taking
in neo-noir tales that ride the edge of darkness.
There's no metropolis more perfect to serve as noir’s backdrop than the frontier’s end—the “last city,” Los Angeles.
With this issue, LA becomes the print home of David Strick’s behind-the-scenes look at hot TV and movie productions.
With so many people feeling disenfranchised, it'd be nice to have Philip Marlowe around again—so why can't Hollywood find him?
There’s no arguing Alexander Skarsgård is a born star, but when someone this ego-free comes along, we almost don’t know what to do with him.
Kim-Maree Penn is lovely, but her winning smile isn't the only thing that can knock you out.
District 9 was such a success Neill Blomkamp could probably stand next to Jessica Alba in a sea of fanboys at Comic-Con and still be more popular.
The Hollywood A-list routinely seeks out Jane Hallworth's one-of-a-kind trailer when they're looking for luxury on the set.
Fashion pundit Freddie Leiba opines on the most stellar dresses ever captured on Hollywood celluloid—plus, video of the scenes in which they were worn.
A one-on-one with the British beauty who specializes in taking borderline-unlikable characters and imparting them with vulnerability and charm.
Dedicated follower of fashion, crime-scene cleaner, Queen of England—to say Emily Blunt has range is an understatement.
Victor Drai is no stranger to Los Angeles—and his new club atop the W Hotel in Hollywood proves it.
View Video The ascending star reflects on her farm girl roots, her inner beast—and her...
Nothing is as certain as change...and it has come to this magazine in the form of a new editor.
The Grammy winner has been both on top of the world and in the depths over a breast-cancer diagnosis. She has handled it all with grace and courage—and she has learned to put life in perspective and become the person she was always destined to be.
The Grammy winner has learned to take life’s turns as they come—and finds well-being is the destination. Hear her story in her own words
Who knew Neil Diamond digs the Kings of Leon? Or that Beck loves Serge Gainsbourg? Or that Jenny Lewis is into Pavement? See what these musicians have on their personal mix.
A firsthand account of how the Beatles first met Elvis in Bel Air in 1965. A good time was had by all—but who was more in awe of the other?
A unique view of maestro Leonard Bernstein through the lens of longtime friend and admirer Howard Rosenman.
Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf volley on raising two kids in Las Vegas and raising money for their charitable endeavors, the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy and Andre Agassi Foundation and Graf's Children for Tomorrow.
Famed producer Howard Rosenman says an early obsession with Elizabeth Taylor helped make him the man he is today.
Comedian Steve Martin interviews director Ron Howard about his fifty remarkable years in the motion picture business.
Fashion Director Lori Goldstein insists risk isn't wrong for Tinseltown fashionistas. Mats Gustafson illustrates her fantasy pairings of red-carpet celebs and designer creations.
The actress opens up to her Rachel Getting Married scribe Jenny Lumet on fame, focus, ferocity—and going girly for Bride Wars.
Golden Globes executive producer Barry Adelman tells a great story about his first encounter with the regal Lauren Bacall.
The Brazilian actor pauses to reflect with Laura Linney on the nature of celebrity and his growing fame in America.
Jerry Seinfeld opens up to David Steinberg about his influences, his post-Seinfeld life and his Talmudic approach to comedy.
Henry Jaglom tells about the last, and most memorable, of his regular lunches with Orson Welles.
The star of Curb Your Enthusiasm talks with David Steinberg about success, audiences and wearing a chauffeur’s cap.