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Many tourists travel to Los Angeles, California, hoping to snap a selfie in front of the Hollywood sign, only to discover getting near the famous... Read More

W Hotels and Rent the Runway want you to leave all your clothes at home and use their closet instead.The two iconic brands introduced a new... Read More

Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, the banner attraction that opened today at Disneyland after opening last month at Walt Disney World Resort,... Read More

Cannabis culture seems to be taking the country by storm, with hotels across the U.S. offering CBD products and cannabis cafes popping up all over... Read More

There’s nothing that can warm the cockles on a cold winter day like a visit to the imaginary city of Stars Hollow from the hit series Gilmore Girls —... Read More

For the well-heeled traveler who prefers homestays to hotels, there’s a lesser-known — but more luxurious — alternative to Airbnb.onefinestay, a... Read More

Jurassic World: The Ride is back and better than ever.After undergoing major reconstructions in September 2018, the popular Universal Studios Hollywood... Read More

What’s old is new this summer at Universal Studios Hollywood — and much, much scarier.The transformation of Jurassic Park: The Ride into 2019’s Jurassic... Read More

Vacation season is officially here, and even if you haven’t booked a getaway or mapped out a road trip, there’s still time to get one on your calendar.... Read More

Thanks to its supposed calming and anti-inflammatory effects, cannabidiol, better known as CBD, seems to be appearing in everything these days, from... Read More

Don’t just take a theme park vacation before the year’s end — cheers to Christmas and join a yuletide gathering at Universal's theme... Read More

When it comes to the crème de la crème of recording studios, music lovers will recognize names like Abbey Road, Electric Lady, and Motown as places... Read More

If you’re itching to own a bit of cinema history, you’ll be excited to learn that Marilyn Monroe’s iconic white dress (yes, that dress) is going up for... Read More

Sure, Halloween may still be months away, but that's actually a good thing, as it gives you plenty of time to plan your trip to Singapore,... Read More

The tale as old as time is being spun once again, this time as a live concert at the Hollywood Bowl with Zooey Deschanel playing Belle.Beauty and... Read More

In 1979, Debbie Reynolds called her personal assistant, Margie Duncan, and asked if she knew the big, brick building on Lankershim Boulevard in North... Read More

Tia and Tamera Mowry just threw it back to 2005.Earlier this week, the twins (and former Disney Channel stars) visited Universal Studios Hollywood.... Read More

Like any iconic tourist attraction, the Hollywood sign—overlooking the City of Angels from a hill in Griffith Park since 1923— has both benefits and... Read More

Universal is teaming up with Nintendo to bring a nostalgic treat to its theme parks in Osaka, Orlando, and Hollywood. The new immersive attractions... Read More

When the Hollywood sign was first erected, it was meant to be a temporary fixture on the face of Mount Lee — and it read “Hollywoodland.”Local real... Read More

Harry Potter fans better be quick because tickets are magically disappearing for the first few opening days of the new Wizarding World of Harry... Read More

Next time you’re in Tinseltown, go beyond Hollywood’s gleaming facade to look inside the neighborhood’s hidden history, from its surprising origins to... Read More

Video: Go Behind the Scenes at T+L’s Photo ShootLast month I was politely asked to leave the French Laundry restaurant, in Napa Valley. Apparently I’m a... Read More

The house on Doheny Road in Beverly Hills is barely visible from the street. But beyond the high wooden gates and the even higher, immaculately... Read More

“I have vivid memories of staying at the Chateau Marmont with my father when I was a little kid. This was in the early eighties, before André Balazs... Read More

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