[Photo via] We are almost exactly a week away from Coachella, and as we've learned, the event has become just as much about the pool parties happening that weekend as it is about the music festival. Are you prepared to strip down in broad daylight in such a social setting? We certainly aren't. But there's still time to tone up and get there. We've done the research and looked outside the box to bring you this roundup of six fitness programs and exercises beyond the tired gym that will get your body pool party-ready for Coachella and let you have fun in the process.
Calling all beauty lovers! ELLE Magazine and Wella Professionals are hosting a springtime soirée and you're invited! Enjoy some bubbly, hors d'oeuvres, desserts, music by DJ Tessa Young, as well as complimentary hair styling and consultations. Guests will receive a gift bag plus $35 off any future service booked during this event!
Derek Hough, Jenna Elfman, Adam Shankman, and more step out to the screening and after party for Make Your Move; Jenna Fischer helps celebrate Jennifer Love Hewitt's new clothing line for A Pea In The Pod; The Music Center hosts a party for its 50th Anniversary launch—catch up on Monday and Tuesday's top L.A. events in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
You may not know his name but you're probably quite familiar with John Terzian's thriving L.A. nightlife repertoire. A native Angeleno (yes, one of the few), Terzian began his career as a student at USC where he formed an events company. After earning his law degree, he founded The h.wood Group in 2007 which has gone on to produce events for Paris Fashion Week, Art Basel, the Super Bowl, Coachella, and Bill Clinton, and is behind top after dark destinations such as Bootsy Bellows, Hooray Henry’s, and SHOREbar, plus a new lounge-club hybrid project in the pipeline. What has made Terzian successful and somewhat of an anomaly in the nightlife world is his unparalleled work ethic, his desire to reinvent L.A. nightlife and his steadfast humbleness. We had the chance to talk with Terzian about how he built his business, his projects and charity work, Coachella, and his favorite date spot...
[Photo via @bonappetitmag, Facebook] Feeling that brisk chill in the air, Los Angeles? We have no right to complain since we enjoyed a March with nicer weather than July, but we can offer some ways to stick it out and suggest keeping warm with a jolt of caffeine in a hot cup of joe. Allow us to assist you with this list (it goes to 11!) of L.A.'s top destinations for expertly crafted cappuccinos, macchiatos, espressos and more you can't get at Coffee Bean. More»
GofG L.A. is looking for photographers who are going to Coachella and are interested in shooting the festival and all its wonderment, from the shows in the tents and festival fashion to the pool parties and awesome weirdness and revelry in between. If you're a photographer going to Weekend 1 or 2 of the festival (and parties), keep reading to find out how you can be a GofG L.A. Coachella photog!
Another weekend in March means a whole new slew events in L.A. for the ladies of Hollywood to showcase their spring style. Check out the floral prints, colorful details, and loads of sheer, lacy fabrics rocked by this batch of Best Dressed Guests in our top 10 party looks of the weekend.
[Photos via, via, via, via] L.A. is becoming one of the country's top food cities offering the best of practically every kind of cuisine and fusion under the sun. It's hard to go two blocks without hitting an Italian or sushi place these days, but one of the greatest American cuisines we don't find too much of in these parts is BBQ. It's definitely out there, you just need to know where to find it and we're here to help. From Texas style to Louisiana Creole and the Memphis tradition, click through for a roundup of nine spots to score delicious ribs, brisket, and pulled pork, plus all your favorites fixins' in this guide to L.A.'s best BBQ.