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See the group show contrasting vibrant images of fantasy with darker, morbid pieces at La Luz de Jesus Gallery. Step into a winter wonderland of with Phranc's cardboard constructions of sleds and snow shoes at Craig Krull Gallery. Check out the works of legendary abstract expressionist painters Helen Frankenthaler and Robert Motherwell at Leslie Sacks. Get an up-close look at the photographs of Richard Avedon, Ellen Von Unwerth, Michael Kenna and Pentti Sammallahti. L.A.'s art scene isn't slowing down one bit, so take a breather from holiday madness to check out the works of some truly inspiring, creative minds using our guide to L.A.'s best art shows this weekend.
Can we all just accept that a Kennedy movie isn't going to work? Despite the ratings, National Geographic's Killing Kennedy missed the mark. More»
Celebrate the 125th anniversary of National Geographic by going to a free exhibition of iconic photographs at The Annenberg Space for Photography. From clown funerals to three-dimensional effects, spend a day at MOCA's Room to Live exhibit showcasing room-sized installations. See how Tim Biskup combines his Cartoon Network and Disney animation experience with his toy production skills in colorful canvases at Martha Otero gallery. It's all going down right here, right now, so plan your gallery and museum visits using our guide to this weekend's best L.A. art shows.
National Geographic Traveler threw its 25th annual photo contest, and received more than 15,500 entries from all over the world. They narrowed those down to a premiere 11. Photographers included some brief and nondescript captions to accentuate their travel snaps, but we're offering our own travel snap tips so you, too, can fill your feed with "travel p*rn". More»
Once again, it's time for another portrayal of JFK, this time featuring Rob Lowe as the fallen President. More»
This weekend in Washington, Opera lit up with a fashion-and-lights show, NMWA hosted a Gatsby Ball, bikini-clad partiers spent Sunday at the Adult Swim Pool Party and more:
Here come the Kennedys! Filming has begun on the new Killing Kennedy film, a docu-drama chronicling the assassination of the John F. Kennedy starring Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin as the titular president and his wife. More»
Our official picks for the best celebrations, soirees, fetes and functions happening in and around Washington, DC this weekend! Stay in the know all summer long by checking out our calendar page.
This week in Washington, high society was serenaded by Jennifer Hudson at the Hamilton, DC's hottest athletes partied for the sake of fashion, and more:
Put down that take-out menu! Guest of a Guest visits Sri Lanka this week to investigate some of Asia's best-kept culinary secrets. Avid travelers have long regarded Sri Lanka as a diamond-in-the-rough, but now the secret's out: within the last three years, the New York Times, National Geographic and Lonely Planet have all named Sri Lanka their number one travel destination. More»
Planning for the weeks ahead? Vera Wang will sit down for a chat with Fern Mallis, Barneys New York will kick off its annual warehouse sale, and the New Museum will host its '90s Members' Party. Here are 10 upcoming parties to put on your radar.
Tuesday, March 11
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.