Donald Trump, posing with a golden shovel marked with his brand name, broke ground last week on what will be a new addition to his hotel chain: renovation of the hulking Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C.
I don't know whether art can salve recent violent faceoffs around the world coupled with the horrifying sight of crashed airplanes, but it's worth a try. I found two new go-to places for hope not far from each other on L.A.'s Miracle Mile.
Manhattan is known for its pricey hotels, but in August a small Long Island town claimed the title as most expensive New York hotel destination.
You can get acquainted with various sea creatures without ever traveling to Hawaii or the Caribbean?or even getting wet, for that matter. In fact, it?s happening in desert Las Vegas.
Feel free to snub the hotel lobby staff. Hilton Worldwide hotels announced a plan that by year's end will allow guests to use mobile devices to check in, choose the room they want and check out ? all without any human contact.
Year in and year out, Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood is the best haunted theme park event in Southern California and quite possibly the country.
Elliott Carter, the great American composer who was born in the horse-and-buggy era but whose music persistently looked ahead by reflecting and unabashedly celebrating the intricacies of modern life, died Monday of natural causes at his home in New York, according to his close friend and assistant, clarinetist Virgil Blackwell. He was 103. Not only did Carter long outlive all of the significant composers of his generation, he astonished the musical world by remaining inventive and prolific up to the end. On Oct. 25, Los Angeles Philharmonic musical director Gustavo Dudamel conducted the world premiere of Carter's most recent piece, "Dialogues II," at La Scala in Milan. ...