Madonna, Elton John, Quentin Tarantino and more hit Soho House for a star-packed pre-Oscar party in WeHo [The Envelope]

Oprah Winfrey Does Lunch, Post-Oscar Style  [E! Online]

Blinded by the sight: Post-Oscars, Vanity Fair’s Sunset party brings out stars [Washington Post]

PHOTOS: The Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Sunset Tower Hotel [Vanity Fair]

PHOTOS: Weinstein Co.’s Montblanc Charity Cocktail Party at Soho House, benefiting UNICEF [The Hollywood Reporter]

Oscar Party: The Preparations (Sunset Tower) [Vanity Fair]

Trousdale A new ultra-lounge from one-half of a classic nightlife duo [Thrillist]

Trou Hollywood Story: The New Trousdale Lounge Opens [Daily Candy]

Inside Soho House West Hollywood [Curbed LA]

Brat Pack Memories at Book Soup [NBC LA]

Travis Barker And DJ A-Trak AT The Roxy: In Pictures [Anorak UK]

Ratt Return To The Sunset Strip For Album Release [Rockstar Weekly]

Eye Nosh: The London’s Boxwood Cafe’s Alice-Themed Tea [LAist]

How The Roxy Became the #1 Venue on Twitter [Mashable]


Gabourey Sidibe blowing a kiss to Lenny Kravitz at the Moet and Chandon-sponsored Precious luncheon at Asia de Cuba in the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood… Jeremy Renner toasting his film’s success at the Summit/Vogue Pre-Oscar Party for The Hurt Locker at SKYBAR.” [Us Weekly]

"Precious took home two Oscars, so the next day Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry collaborated again by having a celebratory lunch at BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood on Monday." [TMZ]

Lady Gaga got the best seat in the house for opening night at L.A. nightspot Trousdale. …Meanwhile, Hayden Panettiere worked the room, chatting at friends’ tables when she wasn’t hitting the dance floor with a girlfriend.” [People]

Audrina Patridge took a break from hanging out with new beau Ryan Cabrera at L.A.’s Red Rock Bar and Grill for a little shopping. And she was picking out clothes she thought her boyfriend would like, a source says. The Hills star walked across the street to Live! On Sunset, where she bought a pink miniskirt, a blazer and two Superdry shirts.” [People]

Nicholas Sparks has no love for people who call his stories "romances." The mega-best-selling author of The Notebook, A Walk to Remember, Nights in Rodanthe, Dear John and Message in a Bottle stands in the aisle of Book Soup, literally and figuratively defending his turf.” [USA Today]

“And when I go to Los Angeles, I like to go to the SkyBar and just hang out.” – Tracy Morgan [The Aquarian]