Sunday: Pop, Lock and SHOP IT sample sale with Hazel and Harlow, Moods of Norway and Hysteric Glamour  [Brand X]

Event: Dog Day at Live! On Sunset [LIVE! Blog]

Pick of the Week: TranzKuntInental Roxy : Fri., April 23 [LA Weekly]

 

“…Quentin Tarantino was across town partying with his Inglourious Basterds star Eli Roth and the actor’s girlfriend, Peaches Geldof, at the Roxy for the Semi Precious Weapons show. Also there were Ke$ha and Macy Gray. The fun continued into the wee hours at the Viper Room, where Tarantino was spotted giving band frontman Justin Tranter piggyback rides throughout the club. [E! Online]

 

“The Desperate Housewives hottie [Eva Longoria] penciled in a little retail therapy on Wednesday, shopping for a new pair of sunglasses at Sunset Plaza yesterday afternoon…” [X17 Online]

 
Katy Perry…joined a guy pal for an afternoon shopping spree at the Sunset Plaza in West Hollywood today (April 21).” [FadedOutYouth]

 
“Poolside at the Mondrian Hotel, West Hollywood, almost every accent you hear is British.” [ThisIsLondon]

 
“…or party at Soho House, the newly opened members-only social club in West Hollywood.” [LA Times]

 
“This fashionable Sunset Strip steakhouse specializes in charbroiled cuts of premium beef, but it’s their Gruyere popovers that make the first impression. … BLT Steak generously provides the recipe with your order.” [Dine LA]
 

“Things are really heating up at the Luckman Plaza building this year—first Soho House was finally born, now BOA is launching brunch below it.” [Urban Daddy
 

“At nightspot Trousdale, [Twilight star Justin] Chon showed for the launch of Capcom’s Super Street Fighter IV. He played the video game alongside "One Tree Hill" actor Robert Buckley and Gregory Michael of "Greek." [LA Times/The Envelope]

 
“…or party at Soho House, the newly opened members-only social club in West Hollywood…” [LA Times]

 
“…the reedy organ, undistorted sun-dappled guitars and harmonies swirled with reverb speak of the bands that proliferated on the Sunset Strip in the mid-60s…” [UK Guardian]