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This is hardly a controversial statement, but we're suckers for a creative, well-executed and free live music event. How fortunate, then, that we live in the same city where KCRW, quite possibly the best public radio station in America, makes its home. Even by their standards, the Who Shot Rock & Roll series of outdoor concerts at the Annenberg Space For Photography has been a rousing success, combining top notch new and popular performers like Moby and Portugal. The Man with innovative set lists, themes or tributes to classic work, all set up to intertwine with the Annenberg's extraordinary Who Shot Rock & Roll exhibition of classic music photography. If they were looking to meet the standards established over the previous two installments and end on another high note, Saturday's performance by Raphael Saadiq and Band Of Skulls (honoring Bob Dylan and Amnesty International) was indeed another evening to remember. More»
You might not realize it yet, but you're in a bit of a predicament this weekend. With an almost unbelievable amount of music festivals, big-name tours, free shows and local superstars all playing live in the next few days, how are you ever going to prioritize? Well, to help you get through this, we humbly submit another installment of Go See A Show, our picks for the most kick-ass live music to check out in the L.A. area this weekend. Consider it a public service from us to you. More»
As we've been noting recently, we love summer because it really lets event planners up the ante. Why have a regular pool party when you can have a famous musician DJ'ed theme bash? And by that same logic, why have a regular concert when you can combine it with a Rock & Roll photography exhibit and hold it outdoors and surrounded by skyscrapers? That last one is the logic behind Who Shot Rock & Roll, a new KCRW-sponsored free outdoor concert series in Century City to accompany the group photo exhibit of the same name at the Annenberg Space For Photography, and it kicked off last Saturday with a pretty major night, featuring two sets from Moby. More»
Diane Kruger's latest movie Farewell, My Queen hits theatres; Moby and KCRW DJ Jason Bentley perform at the Annenberg Space For Photography for "Who Shot Rock N' Roll"; Brittany Snow attends the Petunia premiere; Tenacious D Rocks "Ghost Town" in Venice; Corey Feldman hosts a 25th anniversary celebration of his classic (at least if you grew up in the '80s) film The Lost Boys—this past weekend was filled with star-studded events all across L.A., and we have all the delicious details on what went down in the latest installment of Last Night's Parties.
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Seth MacFarlane, Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis attend the L.A. premiere of MacFarlane's first feature film; Quincy Jones joins his daughter Rashida and Andy Samberg at the Downtown premiere and after party for Celeste & Jesse Forever; Heart rocks the first edition of a new music and photography series in Century City. Thursday night's parties had plenty of music, movies and celebrities for everyone, check out all the details in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Seth MacFarlane, Mila Kunis, Mark Wahlberg at the "Ted" premiere More»
Last night, Century City was beaming with star power in a celebration of feminine beauty at the Annenberg Space for Photography's opening of Beauty Culture, an exhibit featuring works by iconic photographers such as Herb Ritts, Man Ray, Bert Stern, and Jean-Paul Goude. See who joined the likes of Gisele Bundchen, Katie Holmes, and Halle Berry for this special night of photography and some burlesque courtesy of Dita Von Teese. More»
Saturday, May 18
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.