Located in the heart of Beverly Hills, The Paley Center for Media is the foremost public archive of television and radio programming, with an international collection of nearly 150,000 programs spanning almost 100 years. Throughout the year, the Paley Center celebrates television with a wide range of events that examine the creative process behind great entertainment.
Beverly Hills is synonymous with luxury, from world famous Rodeo Drive to five star restaurants and hotels. From Anne Fontaine to Saint Laurent Paris, more than 100 retailers are located on Rodeo Drive, one of the world’s great streets for designer label and haute couture boutiques and shops. Near Rodeo Drive is another popular tourist attraction, the Paley Center for Media, where visitors can select, view and listen to titles from a library of 120,000 TV shows and radio programs. Many of LA’s best restaurants are in Beverly Hills, such as Thomas Keller’s Bouchon and Scarpetta at the Montage. Explore the top Beverly Hills hotels and experience some of LA’s most luxurious hotels, including the Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Wilshire, Four Seasons, L’Ermitage, Montage and Peninsula.
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The Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® was introduced in 2003 by the City of Beverly Hills and the Rodeo Drive Committee to honor style legends for their contributions to the worlds of fashion and entertainment. The Rodeo Drive Walk of Style® honors industry leaders with a lasting tribute that commemorates their life-long achievements. Honorees are presented with permanent plaques featuring their personal quotes and signatures, which are then embedded into the sidewalks along Rodeo Drive. The symbol...
In the heart of Beverly Hills, three blocks of Rodeo Drive are home to the epicenter of luxury, fashion and lifestyle. It's home to some of fashion's most celebrated brands including Gucci, Valentino and Chanel.
Thomas Keller has enjoyed a triumphant return to Los Angeles since opening an elaborate two-story branch of his once-humble bistro. Expect plenty of French classics, a knockout raw bar, a deep wine list and of course plenty of bouchons, the chocolate “corks.” Photos by Deborah Jones.
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