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There's an old Jerry Seinfeld bit about the life of an Olympic athlete: countless thousands of hours of hard work (as he puts it, "doing pushups since I was a fetus") that can be ruined by a single false start, a stumble, or mental mistake on the big stage. What that means is, even as world-class hurdler and Olympic hopeful Jason Richardson was celebrating his 26th birthday at MyStudio with some of the fastest humans on the planet last night, he was still fully in training for the big Games less than four months away. Let's examine... More»
Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy attend the premiere of their new movie This Means War at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre; Lana Del Rey performs at the Grammy Awards' Producer's and Engineers Wing Event; The Jonas Brothers and Bryan Greenberg kick off "Rock The Vote" at Fred Segal; Essence Magazine honors Kelly Rowland and Sylvia Rhone in the 3rd annual Black Women In Music Event; Courteney Cox and the cast of "Cougar Town" attend their premiere screening in Beverly Hills; The Grammys celebrate themselves with a Grammy Glam party featuring Erykah Badu and DJ Spinderella—the parties kept on rolling through Tuesday and Wednesday here in Los Angeles and we've got the details on what went down in this installment of Last Night's Parties! More»
Are you sick of awards season yet? Well jeez, let's hope not, because it's basically just getting started. And this week in particular marks one of the heaviest weeks on the calendar, as we briefly tear our attention away from movie stars to focus on the precious angels of the music industry. It all got started last night, as Cover Girl, Olay and Venus hosted the "Grammy Glam" event at MyHouse in Hollywood. Did the big names show up? Well, that depends- do you consider Salt N' Pepa's DJ to be a big name? More»
Monday, May 20
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.