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The workday is finally over and we’re sitting down to watch TV, but to make things even more interesting, we've added in a cocktails worthy of our favorite characters themselves. Whether you’re watching reruns to satisfy your Liz Lemon withdrawals or you're catching up on the latest Game of Thrones adventure, these cocktails, inspired by the show's characters, will make a nice addition to your evening.
As the unrelenting beast known as awards season rolls on, last night's 2013 Writers Guild of America, West Writers Guild Awards honored those responsible for creating the memorable roles that make movie and TV stars. Hosted at the JW Marriot at L.A. LIVE, familiar faces such as Amy Poehler, Jessica Chastain, Francis Ford Coppola, Aubrey Plaza and many more stepped out to celebrate these forces behind the camera. Among the night's winners were Vince Gilligan for "Breaking Bad," Chris Terrio for Argo, "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner, and Mark Boal for Zero Dark Thirty. Keep clicking through the slideshow to see them all on last night's red carpet.
As we see with events like the city-wide celebration of Bastille Day in Paris and the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC, certain cities take specific holidays that hold a special significance to their respective culture and community very seriously. For West Hollywood, it's Halloween. The annual West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval once again returned Wednesday evening, shutting down the area for an enormous block party that drew thousands out to the streets in costumes. As expected, those who dressed up for the WeHo festivities took their looks to the next level with some of the best costumes we've seen yet. From the uncanny Obama, Honey Boo Boo Child and Tupac look a-likes to the straight up outrageous, revealing and otherwise noteworthy getups, here's a look at some of our favorite costumes of the 2012 West Hollywood Halloween Costume Carnaval.
Being right is the best. Especially when your friends are wrong and you can gloat about it, even if it just about televised awards shows for TV programs like the Emmys coming up on Sunday. We realize you may not have gotten around to watching all the different shows to get nods this year because you have life or something but we've put together this little cheat sheet to get you up to speed on the major categories and who is most likely to take home a trophy. So without further ado, we present to you our 64th Primetime Emmy Awards predictions, with both who will win and who we think should really win but probably won't. More»
Being right is the best. Especially when your friends are wrong and you can gloat about it, even if it just about televised awards shows for TV programs like the Emmys coming up on Sunday. We realize you may not have gotten around to watching all the different shows to get nods this year because you have life or something but we've put together this little cheat sheet to get you up to speed on the major categories and who is most likely to take home a trophy. So without further ado, we present to you our 64th Primetime Emmy Awards predictions, with both who will win and who we think should really win but probably won't. MORE>>
Mena Suvari, Jeffrey Deitch, Rosson Crow and James Goldstein celebrate the 15th anniversary of a classic Fendi handbag; RJ Mitte, Megan Tandy and Kurt Yaeger ring in the 4th Annual Burbank International Film Festival with a documentary about disability in film and television; Common, Big Sean, Ne-Yo and Jennifer Williams turn Bagatelle into the Moët Rose Lounge; John Mayer delivers a surprise performance alongside The Wanted (and, far more importantly, Korean rap superstar PSY) at MTV2's pre-VMA party at Avalon. Wednesday night's celeb-packed fun spanned music, fashion, film and luxury, and we've got all the details in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Bryan Cranston, Amy Poehler, Sofia Vergara and more of TV's top entertainers gather at a cocktail reception for the Academy; The Doors' Robby Krieger hosts a celebrity golf game and all-star concert for charity; Alanis Morissette performs an acoustic set at an exclusive listening party for her new album—get the details on Monday's big events in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
David Duchovny, Emmy Rossum, Sophia Bush and many more hit The CW, CBS and Showtime's Summer TCA Tour Party; Claire Danes and Bryan Cranston step out for the 28th Annual Television Critics Association Awards in Beverly Hills; Maria Menounos and Derek Hough show off their fancy footwork at a charity gala; Nigel Lythgoe joins the British Consul at her home for a launch celebration of the London Olympics—get the rundown of the weekend's biggest events around L.A. in today's installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Hey, you with the tan lines and the Corolla that's still sporting Connecticut plates. Welcome to L.A. We know you've been talking up SoCal to all your Emerson buddies ever since you landed an internship in the WME mailroom, but now you're out here and you're trying to mine your extensive knowledge of Entourage to think of things to do this summer. One small snafu: you're not a movie star yet, and that $11.63 an hour that Ari's paying you isn't going to support the groovy lifestyle of bangin' club nights that you had envisioned. Lucky for you, L.A. is chock full of great things to do on a budget and we've got the low-down on 10 full days of fun for under $20. More»
The 2012 Golden Globes drew a serious list of the industry's biggest figures to formally recognize excellence in TV and motion pictures. We know you're anxious to see where everyone celebrated after the show, but first here's a look at the night's winners before they hit the after party circuit. Oh, and while you're at it, take a look at some of the golden moments of the Golden Globes. MORE>>
Are you guys sick of awards season yet? Well, that's irrelevant since Hollywood has only just begun the annual ceremonious patting of itself on the back with more lavish red carpet events and mini statues than we care to try and count, with the first really major one held last night at the Beverly Hilton. The 2012 Golden Globes drew a serious list of the industry's biggest figures to formally recognize excellence in TV and motion pictures. 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.