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We don't know if the Ravens or the 49ers will be victorious at this weekend's Super Bowl XLVII, but we do know Beyonce is likely to put forth the best performance of the day. We commend Pepsi's choice of performer as Super Bowl halftime shows have a tendency to be uniquely horrifying mashups of pop culture that are as awkward and uncomfortable to watch as they are compelling for their overwhelming awfulness. How bad could they really be? Let us count the ways. Following up yesterday's bottom five on our list with Part 1, we bring you our top five of the 10 most ridiculous Super Bowl Halftime Shows ever, from Bryan Boitano gracefully figure skating on the fifty yard line to M.I.A. flipping America the bird, and of course nipplegate.
Gays and the people who love them gathered together at the Convention Center on Saturday for the annual Human Rights Campaign National Dinner. The event is unarguably the biggest fundraiser for the HRC's initiatives for homosexual equality in the United States. With the important election this year, people came ready to open up their wallets and raise some money! More»
On Wednesday night, TOTEM by Cirque du Soleil comes to town at the National Harbor. The popular acrobatic touring show, which first premiered in 2010, is a "fascinating journey into the evolution of mankind." More»
This summer's not over yet and here in NYC, you can never get enough of the theater. Luckily, we've rounded up the best of musicals, plays and other theater events you should check out before the summer ends. More»
Much like the Olympics and presidential elections, we get this extra day known as Leap Day on the calendar once every fourth year which doesn't really mean much to me but a prolonged February. And although not a festive holiday since it's essentially a day created for calendar maintenance, our culture has deemed it cause for celebration. Far be it for us to deny any excuse to celebrate, so we've gathered the various things happening in and around the greater Los Angeles area in honor of this addition to the calendar for you to join in observing its specialness. Please note that there is absolutely no theme, sentiment or commonality between these events other than the day they on which they fall. Happy Leap Day, everyone. More»
Thanks to Billy Crystal and an Academy comprised of old, humorless, white men, the Oscars was a night where the microphone feedback was far louder than the laughs. But have no fear, Twitter saved the day, boasting not only new accounts from Angelina Jolie's right leg and JLo's nipple, but a semi-offical #tweetroast by funnier comedians lambasting Tinseltown's favorite PR campaign. Here are some humorous highlights. More»
After last year's James Franco high-as-a-kite fiasco, the Oscars decided to keep things especially PG this year with Billy Crystal, Justin Bieber, Cirque du Soleil, and the theme of "At The Movies." But live TV spares no one, and even though the ceremony lagged (as per usual) and was severely disappointing in terms of Scorsese's Hugo sweeping the heap, there were some very awesome moments that need to be discussed. From Angelina Jolie's right leg, to J.Lo's nipple/non-nipple, and Bridesmaids taking shots, check out the very best of the Oscars 2012.
Jean Dujardin beats George Clooney for best actor and Mary Tyler Moore receives lifetime achievement award at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards; Sofia Vergara and Meryl Streep have fun with friends at the Weinstein Company and Dewar's post-SAG Awards cocktail party at the Chateau Marmont; Amber Heard dazzles fans on the red carpet as Kelsey Grammer hosts the 64th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards; Katy Perry and professional party girl Paris Hilton kick off the grand opening of 1 OAK Las Vegas; More»
Jenny McCarthy hosts a World Series of Boxing match; The Producer's Guild honors Angelina Jolie in a celebrity filled night; Kate Beckinsale, Ali Larter and HIMYM star Neil Patrick Harris come out for a legen—wait for it —dary opening night of Cirque du Soleil's OVO in Santa Monica; Selena Gomez sings for UNICEF; The Wonder Girls come to America under the guidance of Nick Cannon—Sundance wasn't the only thing going on over the weekend, see what went down in L.A. in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Wednesday, June 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.