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Chaka Khan celebrates her 60th birthday with Quincy Jones and other friends at Yamashiro; Julie Bowen, Aaron Sorkin, Heather Graham, Seth Rogen and more show support at an Evening Benefiting the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center; Marisa Tomei, Emily Mortimer and Mena Suvari have dinner with Mulberry at Chateau Marmont; Anthony Kiedis, Flea and Rose McGowan are among the many to step out for opening night of Charming Baker's art show at Milk Studios in Hollywood; Jason Reitman directs Nick Kroll, Mark Duplass and Michael C. Hall in a live read at LACMA—get the inside scoop on who was out and about at Thursday's top events in today's installment of Last Night's Parties.
The actual bridge from Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Under The Bridge" is located in Downtown L.A.'s MacArthur Park; Rolling Stone asks what the best graduation song of all time is; why Beck's son's dancing on stage makes me excited to have children; a new Israeli spider is named after Lou Reed; a vintage Lana Del Rey Keds commercial surfaces—so many fun things have happened in the music world today, let's discuss. More»
Common performs for Olivia Munn and Kim Kardashian to celebrate the USA Basketball team and Jeep; Will Ferrell, Michael Chow and other big supporters of LACMA attend the annual Collectors Committee dinner gala and view the new works of the permanent collection; Tobey Maguire, Ben Affleck and more show support for arts education at the Children Mending Hearts Spring Benefit; Ian Somerhalder hosts a private charity dinner event in Bel Air; Johnny Knoxville, Julie Bowen and Anthony Kiedis celebrate Earth Day at the Annenberg Community Beach House—it was another busy weekend of events and fundraisers here in L.A. and we have the details on what went down in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
How do cool parents celebrate Earth Day with their kids? With live performances by very famous musicians, edible art projects, fossil digs, manicures and DJ lessons on the beach in L.A., as was the case at the book launch of Last Night I Swam With A Mermaid yesterday at the Annenberg Community Beach House where hip moms and dads like Julie Bowen, Jason Bateman, Johnny Knoxville and others stepped out for the family friendly occasion. More»
Spring signifies many things, from rebirth and new beginnings to a whole new mank bro season of exposed feral pit hair. And as we examined last year in our pioneering studies of bro on bro love at Lakers games, for the Staples Center, it means a season of fertile grounds alongside the Lakers' home court for budding celebrity bromance. Tuesday night we got some frisky business with Jack Black, Ashton Kutcher and Jeffrey Katzenberg (poor guy was hardcore third-wheeling them) but we could not have predicted the surprise MVP of the night when Josh Brolin stepped onto the scene like a fratboy on Spanish Fly at homecoming weekend. But on the real, sorry Leo, you've been topped; homie bro'ed the shit out of you. Let's take a look. More»
Lily Collins is honored at Scarpetta by NYLON + Coach for her lovely appearance on the March cover of NYLON magazine; Magic Johnson reveals never before seen details about living with HIV with the release of his ESPN film The Announcement; Bai Ling takes to the red carpet at the Landmark Theatre for the DVD and Blue-Ray launch of High Road—Tuesday night, Los Angeles was buzzing with film releases, magazine celebrations, charity functions, and what might be the very last award show of the season and we have the lowdown for you on all of it in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
I know you guys probably assume I survive on only art and creativity, but alas, I need food, shelter and full time employment to support it. This week in said job, I have been super busy! It's great, but it has kept me from really being able to do a full awesome weekly update! So I'm doing something a little different. More»
Patti Hansen, Alexandra Richards, Rebecca Romijn, Pamela Skaist-Levy, Gela Taylor, Theodora Richards
While America's distinguished members of the White Trash Party were busy punching each other in public last night, a more civilized, non-violent event was happening at Barney's in Beverly Hills in honor of Patti Hansen's Hung On U launch, a new line of cross-body bags. More»
Flea, Anthony Kiedis [via]
Like Iggy Pop before them, Anthony Kiedis and Flea are two of the only dudes on earth approaching 50 who can still rock with their shirts off without offending people AND look cool doing it. On Saturday, while many were getting in touch with their teenage selves at L.A. Rising with Rage Against the Machine, the legendary Red Hot Chili Peppers performed on a rooftop in Venice, giving locals of their hometown a free sunset show. More»
Don't even get me started on Ron Artest's suspension from tonight's game against the Mavericks. Let's just not even talk about how he benched himself for a critical playoff game because he decided to bust THIS MANEUVER that earned him a flagrant foul. Bless his heart, but I never know what I'm going to get with that guy. Like, are we going to play basketball like a well-paid professional, talk about how our therapist gave us a pre-game pep talk and hit game-saving threes on the buzzer, or are we going to dance around like we forgot which team we're playing for and blatantly clothesline players in the face? More»
vi la.guestofaguest.com: Whether or not the Lakers are winning or losing, their games are a breeding ground for budding bromances. Just last night Jon C. Reilly and Will Ferrell heated things up with a hot and steamy court side man kiss. We take a look back at celebrity bro-feection at Lakers games through the years... MORE>>>
Thursday, May 23
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.