As I walked into the Medusa Lounge I immediately felt like I walked into a classy goth lounge; the place was decked out with arched stone, small black chandeliers, stained glass and intricate wood carvings. Much of Medusa's decor, such as iron gates and a huge crystal chandelier, was collected from movie sets over the years. After dinner hours, Medusa continues to serve cocktails to the hip late-night lounge crowd. Cocktails are $8 and parking can be… Continue
Hailing from the Windy City, Pose started to graffiti in 1992. Although he tried to quit in 2003, he was unsuccessful and has continued to graffiti both nationally and internationally. About four years ago, Pose helped found a creative agency called Supervision and has continued to design original artwork campaigns for just about every corporation and ad agency. Here's some of his street graffiti.
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Bar Lubitsch (pronounced lou-bitch) is a Russian styled vodka bar located in Weho. Inside, red walls are decked out with old school Russian propaganda, antique mirrors, and little red lamps which make it feel like you're really in Moscow. There is are three areas to hang out: an outside patio for smokers, a bar area room, and a dance floor/lounge in the back. I really liked the place because it really had its own unique character and… Continue
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So Sam and I set out for Hollywood & Highland today to check out a few key sights, one of them being The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The Roosevelt Hotel is pretty gosh darn old, having first been built 1927 but it was remodeled in 2005 by designer Dodd Mitchell making it a hot spot now for young celebs. Here's a quick history of the place on… Continue
Have a special occasion coming up or just looking to surprise your special someone with an unforgettable Sunday brunch? Hotel Bel-Air is the perfect place to go! Not too commercialized or trendy, Bel-Air does well to preserve its eloquence and serenity; the gardens within the hotel only add to its tranquility.
The Vista is an ancient Egyptian designed theatre that was built back in the 1920's but was recently renovated and now has a huge screen and new digital surround sound system. The theatre holds multiple functions: audiences have the privilege to watch newly released movies, indie films, and live concerts. The reason that this venue is so awesome is the quality of sound, spacious legroom, plush seats, and the classic vintage ambiance. I watched a show… Continue
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Yesterday, we got our wedding pictures from our wonderful photographer, Jessica Claire, and I wanted to share just a few of them. This really was the best day of my life - a friend once told me that only at your wedding and your funeral will you have all of your loved ones in one place. It was truly magical.
This is one of the pics we got from our surprise wedding… Continue
Creative Review commissioned photographer Jason Tozer to shoot these pictures on behalf of Sony using its new Alpha digital camera.
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So we've all seen the major construction going on Vegas and maybe you even saw the small scale model of CityCenter at Bellagio. But..what are the facts?
Virgin Mobile USA (above) designed by Gensler. Gensler is the company that is bringing Lost Wages (Las Vegas) the MGM Mirage City Center. (That deserves a new post.) Click on the Gensler hyperlink to see a slew of amazing projects.
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The reason that Elevate stands out from the rest is the 360 degree view of Downtown LA. The penthouse that lies on the 21st floor is classy, upscale, and the perfect venue to catch up with friends or meet new people. There is a dance floor to get your groove on, with music ranging from hip hop to 80's pop.
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All summer long the W Hotel will be screening movies every Sunday at sunset in The Backyard restaurant featuring films from Twentieth Century Fox and MGM Home Entertainment. Guests can sip on summer cocktails on chaise lounges, and cuddle in a lovely cabana while wrapped up in a W blanket. The W will also be offering delectable dishes from their fresh new SHOW Movie menu, allowing guests to unwind under the stars while watching their favorite movies… Continue
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Egypt is one of the most fascinating civilizations, in large part because of the great mummies that have been discovered there in modern times.
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One of several hilarious pictures from sloshspot.
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