A look at the Las Vegas lives of Jenna and Michael Morton—the N9NE Group, tackling local causes and the magnificent house they built overlooking Red Rock Canyon.
Pat Mulroy, head of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, has been pushing xeriscaping by example at Las Vegas' Springs Preserve—and it's really catching on.
Vegas Mon Amour: Peruse Albert Watson's visionary album for a winning mecca.
Nicole Avant chats with her—and music’s—godfather Quincy Jones on passion, politics, perfection and passing the torch.
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.
How Parry Thomas and Jerry Mack—a Mormon from Utah and a Jew from Las Vegas—built the Bank of Las Vegas and changed laws to entice corporations and make the Mob leave Sin City.
Physics students at Milken Community High School in Los Angeles enter an international safecracking competition in Israel.
The Spring 2009 collections defy gloom and doom with brilliant color, artistry and inspiration. Pull up a front-row seat to the best of the season.
The marketing genius and Pom Queen talks with professor Jared Diamond about ambition, instinct, sustainability—and Jackie O’s fake pearls.
Pelican Hill rises like an Italian Renaissance masterpiece above the magnificent Newport Beach coast, on 504 acres surrounded by almost 50,000 acres of protected habitat.
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.
Daring designers are changing the shape of fashion with exaggerated proportions and unexpected silhouettes.
Baritone Nathan Gunn and tenor Joseph Kaiser have emerged as a kind of Newman and Redford of the opera world.
The former Laker talks about revitalizing neighborhoods, employing minorities and his new book, 32 Ways to Be a Champion in Business.
The Brazilian actor pauses to reflect with Laura Linney on the nature of celebrity and his growing fame in America.
A trip to LACMA brought the Italian artist to the banks of the La Brea Tar Pits, leading to years of study and experimentation with his now signature material.
The visionary car designer's innovative legacy of prototypes and concept cars continues with his radical new direction at Ford, based on an aesthetic called Kinetic Design.
The Brentwood home of Nancy Heller and Fred Specktor is a kaleidoscope of aesthetic tastes and personal passions.
Editor in Chief Annie Gilbar talks intimately with Gehry about his recent architecture, daily routine and plans for future work.
Elizabeth Poett continues a famly tradition of organic-beef farming at Rancho San Julien near Santa Barbara.
Avant-garde painter Rosson Crow talks about her recent success and her love of Los Angeles.
Beneath its spiky exterior, the California sea urchin has a velvety, delicious heart of gold.
Michelle talks with Editor in Chief Annie Gilbar about raising Sasha and Malia, finding alone time with Barack, and more.
With Rick Neuheisel as UCLA's new head football coach, how worried is USC's Pete Carroll about how his Trojans will fare?
L.A.'s flourishing dance scene moves to a varied multicultural rhythm, offering classes in everything from tango to capoeira.