Sundance opened this week in NorthPark in Dallas. The store, the brain child of Robert Redford, carries unique, boho-western items from clothing to decor.
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Really, there were films shown at the 5th anniversary of the Napa Valley Film Festival, which took place Nov. 11-15 in Napa, Yountville, St. Helena and Calistoga. If you were in the Valley for the festivities like we were, we understand if you got sidetracked from the main purpose of this event which has grown exponentially in its five years. Heck, there was a lot going on—and the celebs loved every minute of it! Two-time Academy Award nominee John Travolta summed up his visit quite well at the world premiere of his new movie “Life On the Line” when he said the Napa Valley is “beautiful and delicious.”
With several new developments underway, one can say that Napa Verasa Westin is having “a moment.” This week, it operates as a headquarters for the 5th annual Napa Valley Film Festival, which is fitting. The hotel’s longtime general manager, Don Shindle, sits on the event’s board and the ski lodge-meets-wine-country lobby—fireplace, comfy furniture and a wooden floor composed of wine barrel ends—suggests an atmosphere vaguely reminiscent of Sundance or Telluride.
Scat Jazz Lounge is like taking a trip back in history with its speakeasy style in downtown Fort Worth.
A haute inside look at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Shangri-La Hotel.
Producer Brian Grazer has a curious mind-and proves it with a book full of his signature “curiosity conversations.”
Julia Hartz elevates Eventbrite to the top floor.
The Mask You Live In explores how America’s narrow definition of masculinity is harming our boys, men and society at large, while urging viewers to take action.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) had a very big night on August 13th as the organization presented over $2 million in funds to non-profit entertainment related organizations, foundations and scholarship programs at its annual Grants Banquet.
San Franciscans don’t have to travel far to soak up Mexican culture this week. That’s because the best of Mexico’s performing arts, fine art, culture and ideas are being showcased at the second edition of MEX I AM: LIVE IT TO BELIEVE IT, a weeklong multidisciplinary art and cultural festival that runs through July 26 at various venues across the San Francisco Bay Area.