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Wheww. Reading Vogue's profile piece on March cover girl Lady Gaga was quite an emotional roller coaster. One minute we want to barf from the author's unctuous, bull-ridden prose we have difficulty believing aren't a joke, the next we're simply stunned at Gaga's gall and self-righteousness, and then seconds later impressed by her dedication to her image and career—something she herself will remind us of at any opportunity or whenever there's a beat of dead air she can suck dry. Consistent with her persona, the whole article was riddled with highs and lows of WTF moments. To save your lunch you the trouble of reading the whole article like we did, consider this the CliffsNotes version of all the highlights and parts that matter, and of course the pictures shot by Mario Testino. Okay, here we go... More»
The pop culture world is a strange and scary place these days. Pregnant teens get MTV shows, America loves "Glee", and Charlie Sheen is still alive. But all that's nothing compared to halfway around the planet where Paris Hilton poses for Terry Richardson on this month's cover of Turkish Vogue because evidently it's still 2006 there. More»
A true Hollywood anomaly, he may be the only child-turned-adult star in the history of stage moms who has been able to achieve even more fame in his later career and remain on a path to success uninterrupted by 24-hour Vegas marriages, sex tapes, DUIs, rehab, or even so much as a harmless hooker scandal. We've followed him since his days as a Disney Mouseketeer alongside Britney and Xtina through it all. Today marks the 30th birthday of America's golden boy, Justin Timberlake, and we'd like to take this opportunity to reflect on his evolving and often unfortunate style choices (we thought they were so cool at the time!) during his time in the spotlight. Just look how far he's come since his 'N Sync days... Is that jheri curl?? More»
Earlier today, we reported 77-year-old Larry King prowling Trousdale, perhaps in search of a young hipster maiden to line up as the latest edition of Mrs. Larry King. Whatever his motivations, it got us thinking about how awesome it is to party with our seniors. Whether it's getting plastered with relatives at Thanksgiving or just shooting the shit with some random whitebeard who practically lives at your local dive bar, the older generation has better stories, better advice, better taste in music, and an appreciation for life in general that might only come with experience. So other than Larry (and Jack Nicholson, who's just too obvious), who are the aging celebs that we'd most like to run into while out on the town? More»
Although a star on the Golden Globe-winning series for a TV drama, "Boardwalk Empire's" Paz de la Huerta ended last night in a tumbling, slurring, nipple-baring boozy tragedy after a failed attempt at attending her network's own Golden Globes after party. Most of us have had our shining moment like Paz's that we cringe at just the thought of, but we probably never had a herd of paps documenting the whole thing for all the world to see the next day. More»
Nurse Ratched must've worked her magic because in celebration of having just been released from his court-ordered stay in a mental institution, Gucci Mane hit up the tat shop in Atlanta yesterday for some new ink of a three-scoop ice cream cone on his FACE. Talk about a walking holiday, this guy is like Cinco de Mayo on wheels. But I guess the day you wake up and decide to get a frozen dessert emitting lightening bolts (you see that, right?) tattooed on your face is just kismet when you've voluntarily chosen to go by "Gucci Mane." I mean, it's limiting, you know? More»
Death Row in the house! The Roosevelt got a little 'hood this weekend when THE Suge Knight came out for the hotel-wide New Year's Eve party, prompting a resounding wait, he's not in prison?? reaction in all who were there and probably anyone who's seen this photo. Nope, Suge Knight is a free man, just like YOU. In fact, he goes to TEDDY'S. More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.