Haute Living Las Vegas breaks down the five things you don’t want to miss doing during the weekend of November 20-22, 2015.
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Gordon and Ann Getty recently hosted the annual Napa Valley Festival del Sole Fall Appreciation Dinner at their Pacific Heights home to recognize the major donors and sponsors who made the 10th season of the annual arts and culture celebration its most successful yet.
The countdown is on for Super Bowl 50, taking place Feb. 7, 2016 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. In the days leading up to the big game, there will be a slew of haute events taking place from Napa to Carmel. We’ll tell you about at least one different event each week so you can make plans to be a part of the festivities. This week’s news comes from the San Francisco Symphony, which joins the San Francisco Bay Area’s Super Bowl 50 festivities with two events celebrating the intersection of sports and music on February 3-4, 2016 in Davies Symphony Hall.
Haute Living presents the top 5 Las Vegas residencies to see including Elton John, Mariah Carey, Carlos Santana and more.
Whether you are looking to continue celebrating yesterday’s Patriots win or honor our veterans in style, here is a look at some of this week’s hautest happenings in Boston.
The man famous for Spike Lee’s most famous musical scores..
We’re not really into torture, but it may seem like we are if you don’t have already have your tickets to the 16th installment of “Live In The Vineyard,” taking place Nov. 5-8 at the Uptown Theatre in Napa. This year’s edition promises to be the best yet with some of the biggest names in music right now, including Adam Lambert, Rob Thomas, Barenaked Ladies, Nick Fradiani, Leona Lewis, Michael Franti, James Bay, A Great Big World, Gavin James, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness and For King & Country. And—we hate to tell you—it’s not open to the public.
The tech communities in San Francisco and Silicon Valley are often lambasted for not being altruistic enough. However, a percentage of industry members are doing big things in the world of philanthropy.
An NBA Championship and a threesome within a few hours of one another? Life truly couldn’t get any better for Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob on that momentous June evening when his team finished its record-breaking season in grand style with its first league title in 40 years. Ah, but this ménage à trois was hardly what you’re thinking.
Last night, Pharrell Williams sat down for an in-depth career retrospective discussion with Jason King.