We are almost exactly two weeks 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 we have a little over two weeks to get there, and with the right exercise and motivation, dream bikini figures are within reach. Following the six previously mentioned outside-the-box workouts to whip your booty into shape, we're bringing you five more of the best alternative 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.
[Photos via, via, via, via] Pizza, tacos, beer, corn dogs, beer, churros, pizza, and beer typically cover the extent of culinary offerings at music festivals. But this year, Coachella is redefining the polo field food scene in a major way with a lineup of vendors that includes some of L.A.'s finest and most popular dining establishments, craft food makers and bars, many of which happen to be some of our favorites. Start saving up now because your favorite items from Sugarfish, Night + Market, Baco Mercat and Salt & Straw Ice Cream are going to look extra appetizing once you've retreated from the sweaty tents seeking shade and sustenance. Click through to see where you'll be getting your gourmet on with a closer look at Coachella's all-star food lineup.
Executive Producer Brad Pitt steps out for a special screening of his new film, Big Men; Beth Behrs, John Stamos, Lizzy Caplan, Kaley Cuoco, and more support the Alzheimer's Association at the 22nd "A Night At Sardi's" benefit; Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, and fellow castmates hit the "Community" panel at PaleyFest—get a look at all this L.A. action and more in today's edition of Last Night's Parties.
[Photo via Facebook] Happy #ThrowbackThursday, friends! We're throwing it way, way back to Hollywood Boulevard 84 years ago, long before it was the all too familiar jungle of unst unst nightclubs and crawling with people trying to get blackout. Musso & Frank Grill, however, pictured above in 1930, still stands despite nearly a century since it opened its doors and the dramatic transformation of the infamous Hollywood drag on which it sits. Keep reading to see more iconic institutions like this that will transport you to a bygone era in a tour of L.A.'s oldest places to drink. More»
Mindy Kaling, Ed Weeks, and fellow castmates sit on "The Mindy Project" panel at PaleyFest; Camilla Belle, Alessandra Ambrosio, Emmy Rossum, and other fashionable ladies celebrate the launch of Christian Louboutin's 'Passage' handbag collection; Ed Helms, Busy Philipps, Darren Criss, and more enjoy a live performance by The National at the Mistaken For Strangers screening—see where stars were out and about Tuesday in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
[Photos via, via] Sure, it's nothing like the bitter, icy misery that's happening on the other side of the country, but anything other than shorts weather feels a little chilly for L.A., no? Let’s embrace our own brand of cold weather by indulging our sweet tooth with some hot chocolate. As great lovers of all things chocolate, we know where to find the best cups of cocoa in the city and are here to let you in on our favorites. From authentic Oaxacan and spiced up chili versions to hints of lavender and even whiskey flavors, click through to see our guide to L.A.'s best hot chocolate.
A slew of TV's leading ladies hit the town last night to celebrate their series such as "Veep" and "Masters of Sex" looking fresh for spring in their evening ensembles. From floral prints and lace to how to do black for spring, see who stepped out in winning looks for the season in our roundup of last night's Best Dressed Guests.