Thai Street Food on Sunset [Urban Daddy]

A Look Into Night Market, Open Tonight in West Hollywood for Thai Street Food [Grubstreet]

Celebrate The Holiday Season on The Sunset Strip [Kix Axe]

Watch Sunset Tower’s Holiday Video Card – Made by ‘SNL’ Stars [Hollywood Reporter]

Hollywood Starlets Flock to Trousdale in L.A. [OK! Magazine]

Sunset Plaza: A strip of Hollywood history retains its sophistication while welcoming a new generation of pleasure seekers [Los Angeles Magazine]

Brad Elterman: Rock ‘n’ roll shutterbug [LA Times]

Live Review: My Chemical Romance — House of Blues, Sunset Strip [Artist Direct]

Christina Aguilera & Nicole Richie: Boa BFFs [Just Jared]

Steal Sally Draper’s Cocktail Menu, Have Your Way with Joan and Cure Your 60’s Hangover at Book Soup [LAist]


“…Ryan Phillippe was seen goofing around at the BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood on Saturday.” [The Fan Carpet]


Jessica Simpson arrived at Trousdale Lounge in L.A. on the arm of her fiancé Eric Johnson after dining together at Boa Steakhouse.” [People]


“Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson and Josh Duhamel were spotted out on a dinner date…Wednesday evening (November 17). Both well dressed, the Black Eyed Peas frontwoman and her "Transformers" hubby walked hand-in-hand after chowing down at the popular BOA Steakhouse.” [The Gossip Girls]


“The actress [Mena Suvari] turned heads as she arrived at Trousdale nightclub in West Hollywood wearing a sequinned little black dress, white blazer, trilby hat and lashings of red lipstick.” [Daily Mail]


“Blogs were abuzz this week that Olympic Medalist Michael Phelps and Brittny Gastineau are dating after they were spotted last Friday at L.A.’s Mondrian Hotel and shopping the next day.” [US Weekly]


“On Tuesdays and Wednesdays through the winter, Sébastien Archambault is preparing a traditional cassoulet at RH, the restaurant in West Hollywood’s Andaz Hotel. Perhaps if cassoulet had been available during the ’70s, when the hotel was nicknamed the Riot House, Led Zeppelin would have been too logy to toss all of those TVs out the window.” [“Ask Mr. Gold” LA Weekly]