Mr. Clifton’s Neighborhood [LA Weekly]

Robbie Conal book signing at Book Soup  [Brand X]

Historic Billboards of the Sunset Strip [LA Independent]

West Hollywood Structures & Style: Taste & Space Tour [NBC Los Angeles]

Designer Spotlight: Genetic Denim [LIVE! On Sunset]

Tony Clifton! Tony Clifton! Tony Clifton! [The Comedy Store Tumblr]

 

"On Friday night, Katy Perry hit L.A. hotspot Trousdale with her fiance, Russell Brand…while at a separate table, Avril Lavigne partied with her new beau, Brody Jenner, in the company of her ex Deryck Whibley …who was gallivanting with sisters Nicky and Paris Hilton at another booth. Also spotted at Trousdale were Hilary Duff with her beau Mike Comrie, and Usher Raymond." [LA Times]

 

"Hollywood.TV ran into Motley Crue singer Vince Neil outside BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood, California earlier this week…" [Blabbermouth]

 

"Colin Hanks is now a hubby. The actor son of Tom Hanks married publicist Samantha Bryant earlier today in Los Angeles, his rep tells us. The wedding took place at the London West Hollywood hotel…" [E! Online]

 

"Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth are heating up. They were among the guests at Colin Hanks’ wedding to Samantha Bryant at the London Hotel’s rooftop in West Hollywood Saturday. Sitting next to Alyssa Milano and her husband and a few rows behind Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson…" [US Magazine]

 

"Kevin Jonas and wife Danielle enjoyed a late-morning meal at Dukes West Hollywood, an old-school coffee shop and diner on the Sunset Strip." [People]

 

“She [Lena Horne] created a similar response, performing at the Little Troc, a small club on the Sunset Strip, where, according to one news account, ‘she has knocked the movie population bowlegged and is up to her ears in offers.’” [LA Times]

 

“On Sunday, May 16, at The Comedy Store in Los Angeles, California, either comedian Andy Kaufman will make his first public appearance since his documented demise from lung cancer in 1984 or he simply won’t.” [Cinematical]

 

“More than 20 years later, it is apparent that history may hold Slash as the single most influential guitarist to emerge from the Hollywood/Sunset Strip guitar-hero scene …” [Gibson]