Our exclusive first look at The Official Michael Jackson Opus—a leather-bound 400-page tribute sanctioned by the star.
It’s a “pick me” moment for youngsters trying out for a part in How the...
Ron Cooper's journey from artist to mezcal producer started with a single question: “Do you think the Pan-American Highway really exists?” From there, he was driven to show the world the joys of the most complex, versatile and rarefied distillate on earth.
There is no town more sushi crazed than Los Angeles. But just what is it about raw fish that sends us into such a frenzy? Turns out true sushi mastery can be discovered through the most unexpected sources—like my acupuncturist.
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Sure, L.A. is the City of Angels, but did you know it's also the wellness capital of the U.S.? Travel back to 1886, when William Wiggins came here to shake off tuberculosis...and spent the next 36 years extolling the curative powers of our city.
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
Half of the country's top bartenders are in L.A., making it the most exciting cocktail scene in the country. Meet the mixologists and their drinks.
Strong, silent and iconoclastic is the ticket for this season of men's fashion.
Inspired by the silhouettes of the past, this season's best looks come to life with sex appeal and architectural bravado.
Beekeeper Amy Seidenwurm turns her hankering for honey into a stint as guest chef for Friends Cook at Canelé, and results were so, so sweet.
Longtime friends Sally Horchow and Lulu Powers find the best bashes can be had right in one's own backyard, with local food including Oxnard strawberries, produce from the Hollywood Farmers' Market, Harrison Clarke Rosé from Santa Ynez and Redwood Hill Farm cheeses.
Histoires de Parfums masters Gérald Ghislain and Magali Sénéquier inspire the ultimate scent-driven dinner party, proving "without the aroma, there is no flavor."
Mayer Rus visits artist Clare Graham’s Highland Park studio MorYork (originally a 1933 Safeway supermarket) and examines his inspired art, an extreme exercise in repurposing.
Richard Shapiro’s Holmby Hills manse delivers an object lesson in the masterful pairing of art and design.
The perfect storm of global influences, post-Obama acceptance and all-age music clubs is leading Los Angeles into a true indie renaissance, with bands like the Knux, Dengue Fever, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Very Be Careful.
At his rented house across the street from Rick Rubin, Jonathan Wilson has again made Laurel Canyon into rock 'n' roll haven, with loose jams that include everyone from Elvis Costello and Jenny Lewis to Van Morrison and Wilco.
An array of wedding cakes—Hummingbird, Green Tea, Old-Fashion, Croque en Bouche, Coffee Crunch, Imagawa-yaki—from some of L.A.'s best bakeries, such as Patticakes in Altadena and Jin Patisserie in Venice.
The best and the brightest in wedding wear.
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.
Lora Zarubin's love of all things citrus leads to some inspirational cooking with tangerines, grapefruits, oranges and more. Recipes for spot prawn paella and tangerine negronis included.
Embrace you inner rocker. Share your hippie fantasy. If there's one lesson in fashion today, it's YES YOU CAN!
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.
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.
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.
Kathy Freston celebrates the holidays with friends over a sumptuous vegan meal prepared by famed chef Tal Ronnen.
How a journey to Rwanda opened Janie Gale's eyes to the beautiful creatures in her midst. See photos of five of the country's 300 gorillas.
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.
See photos of the refurbished Garcia House, one of John Lautner's midcentury gifts to L.A. in addition to his landmark projects like the Chemosphere and the Elrod houses.
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.
Inside Kid Rock's unexpectedly serene Malibu hideout, described as "luxury and practicality with a naughty rock-star twist."
Beneath its spiky exterior, the California sea urchin has a velvety, delicious heart of gold.
Fashion designer Rick Owens opens up about his early days in Los Angeles and his sources of inspiration.