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-Large airports are getting rid of those TSA X-ray body scanners everyone was all up in arms about, swapping them out for machines said to be less revealing, safer and more efficient. [KTLA]
-Even after three rounds of Patron shots, it's still not a good idea to have sex at a restaurant table in plain sight of families with children dining or you'll probably get arrested like this fine young couple in where else but Florida. [KTLA]
-Following the release of its December 31st print edition, Newsweek will shift to an all-digital paid subscription format with the new name Newsweek Global after over 80 years as a print publication. [KABC] More»
-Nelly is insisting he had no idea there was any such contraband on his tour bus when authorities busted him and his entourage yesterday in Texas after discovering 36 bags of heroin, over 10 POUNDS of weed and a loaded gun on board. Not a clue. [TMZ]
-OH HELL YES. You must hear the brand new song "Doom & Gloom" from The Rolling Stones just released today. It's one of two new tracks on their upcoming hits album, GRRR!, dropping on November 12th. [NME]
-An upcoming tell-all on Elizabeth Taylor's love life and sexual encounters reveals she slept with Ronald Reagan, had a threesome with John F. Kennedy and another man called Robert Stack in JFK's pool, and other such nuggets. [Express via Jezebel] More»
-In an interview with Jay-Z included in Pharrell's new coffee table book, Pharrell: The Places and Spaces I've Been, HOV reveals he was a big Nirvana and Kurt Cobain fan and the hugeness of the band as grunge pioneers stopped the evolution and commercial expansion of hip-hop which had to wait its turn to become the dominant sound of youth culture. [CBS]
-Gas in L.A. is really expensive right now with a 19.2 cent overnight price hike that's brought today's average to $4.58/gallon. [KTLA]
-Per bassist Tim Commerford, Rage Against The Machine may or may not be recording a new album in between his radical schedule of removing his own teeth and lunches in Malibu. [NME]
-A false 911 report of a break-in and shots fired brings cops to Ashton Kutcher's Hollywood Hills home to interview all his house minions for no reason. Just another meaningful day on the job with LAPD. [KABC] More»
-Incredibly, there's such a thing as "gay conversion therapy," a type of treatment meant to turn gay teenagers straight, and California is now the first state to pass a bill banning such de-gaying "quackery." [KABC]
-Yesterday was Lakers Media Day and there are a bunch of fun photos of Steve Nash, Kobe Bryant, Dwight Howard, Pau Gasol and Metta World Peace together as your new starting five. Are we pumped? [Daily News]
Sunday, May 19
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.