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As the world awaits Blade Runner 2049... we revisit an LA icon from its past
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Who's up for a day out with King James?
Sitting majestically opposite TCL Chinese Theatre on 7000 Hollywood Boulevard, The Hollywood Roosevelt is as much a part of Hollywood legend as the sign in the hills
It took just two musical notes in John Williams’ famous Jaws score to do it. An alternating E and F that created a fear of sharks in 1975 that exists to this day. But by tracking their movements and learning more about them, perhaps our perceptions can change
The bright, hazy colours of New York, as captured by American photographer Marvin E Newman, reveal what life in the city was truly all about
A bohemian hideaway in West Hollywood, Petit Ermitage is not your average five-star hotel in the city. Whether it’s the creeping vines that adorn the entrance, the poem that’s placed on your pillow before bed or the rooftop garden – a hummingbird and butterfly sanctuary recognised by the National Wildlife Federation – where you’ll take breakfast, this boutique property is part theatre, part hotel. The suites are filled with warm colours, a comfy bed, a fireplace and old tin toys that line the mantelpiece but this place is really all about the rooftop. Whether you’re checking...
For California Seoul, head to Koreatown, where Art Deco buildings, palm trees, and low-rise strip malls line a grid of streets roughly one-third the size of Santa Monica. In place of sunny awnings, signs in Korean – sometimes with English translations – mark the fronts of bakeries, beauty salons, bubble tea shops, clothing boutiques and Korean BBQ restaurants. There’s a significant Latino culinary influence here as well, which extends from the traditional taqueria to the Korean taco truck. Formed in the 1970s and ’80s by Asian immigrants, Koreatown is not only home to the largest Korean population...