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Weekend 1 of Coachella 2013 is officially here! If you aren't totally turnt about it, we'd like to remind you why you should be with a look back at last year's festival highlights. From The Black Lips' Cole Alexander giving full frontal on stage to Katy Perry crowd surfing at the Calvin Harris set with a surprise Rihanna performance, and the Tupac hologram, Coachella 2012 was filled with the magical moments that make us want to come back for more each year. So throw on your manks and flower crowns as we get nostalgic in this special Flashback Friday with the top highlights and surprises from last year's festival to get you pumped for Coachella 2013.
We are one week out from Weekend 1 of Coachella 2013 and if you aren't totally turnt about it, we'd like to remind you why you should be with a look back at last year's festival highlights. From The Black Lips' Cole Alexander giving full frontal on stage to Katy Perry crowd surfing at the Calvin Harris set, and the Tupac hologram, Coachella 2012 was filled with the magical moments that make us want to come back for more each year. So throw on your manks and flower crowns as we get nostalgic in this top highlights and surprises from last year's festival. More>>
Christina Applegate attends the premiere event for Kumpania: Flamenco Los Angeles at El Cid; Stevie Nicks, Dave Grohl, Joan Jett and other rock legends play an all-star concert in honor of the Sound City premiere; Bruce Willis and daughter Rumer Willis step out for a mural unveiling to commemorate 25 years of Die Hard; Dr. Dre, Kevin Connolly, Rosanna Arquette and many more hit the RivaBella Ristorante grand opening; Joaquin Phoenix and Paul Thomas Anderson help honor Amy Adams at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival—get your final rundown of the week on who was out on the town Thursday night in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
Keira Knightly and costars step out for the Hollywood premiere of Anna Karenina; Drew Barrymore, Ben Stiller, Dita Von Teese and more help Kimberly Snyder launch her new juice bar in West Hollywood; Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Aisha Tyler, Julie Bowen and others celebrate marriage equality; Johnny Depp, Sarah Silverman and Nick Valensi cover Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers hits for charity; GQ hosts their annual "Men of the Year" party at Chateau Marmont with guests Rihanna, Ben Affleck, Aaron Paul and many more; Stevie Nicks performs at The Women's Guild Cedars-Sinai 55th Anniversary Gala—get the rundown on who was out at Tuesday and Wednesday's top events in this double dose of Last Night's Parties.
Last night the Writers Guild Theater rolled out the red carpet for the star-studded premiere of PBS documentary Inventing David Geffen as part of their "American Masters" portrait series. The special, airing November 20th, follows David Geffen's unique journey from the William Morris mailroom in the 60s to becoming one of the most powerful pop culture influencers, philanthropists and forces in Hollywood. From Tom Hanks, Ron Howard and Tom Ford to Dr. Dre and Cher, here's a look at the supremely A-list crowd of movers and shakers who stepped out to honor the highly esteemed entertainment mogul.
If you know us, you know that we're all about keeping our readers happy. How do we accomplish that? Well, we keep your social calendar full by letting you know about the greatest music, club, bar, sports and social events going down every day here in the City of Angels. All of which brings us to our ticket giveaway for lyrical super-group Slaughterhouse, who are set to blow the roof off of the El Rey tonight. Are you the lucky winner who we're blessing (with the help of our good friends at Goldenvoice) with a pair of free tickets, just for a simple "Like" on Facebook? Read on to find out! More»
Fans have been closely following the ongoing evolution of Slaughterhouse, the hip-hop supergroup featuring respected rhymers Joell Ortiz, Joe Budden, Royce Da 5'9" and Long Beach's own Crooked I, with great interest. And it just so happens we're giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky reader to see Slaughterhouse live TONIGHT, August 24th at the El Rey. So whether you're already a devotee or are curious to see why people are raving about this group, keep reading to find out how you can enter to win tickets to the show! More»
Lollapalooza ends in Chicago with a splash, the Hard Music Festival comes to LA, and much more on today's Music News Round Up. Get your weekly dose! More»
Justin Bieber announces that he may be making a song about his baby-mama-drama situation with Mariah Yeater, Dr. Dre stops rumors about Holopac going on tour, TLC is planning a reunion tour with videos and vocals of late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and more! Check out today's music news. More»
We're back with more Coachella coverage because we had so much fun this year and still have lots of cool photos to share. Whatever, deal with it. This year's pilgrimage spanning two weekends with identical lineups brought new meaning to the expression "different, but the same," with Weekend 1 so cold and rainy I had to buy kids jeggings at Wal-Mart to stay warm, and the majority of Weekend 2 as the mother of scorchers hovering somewhere north of 100º almost the entire time. Come with us as we show you everything from the pool parties, people (pretty, not pretty and just plain weird), performers and crowds in this visual journey through Coachella 2012, Weekend 2. More»
We know we're the wrong people to be delivering this message, but it's rapidly approaching the time that we're all going to have to let Coachella go. You can continue to treasure your experiences, but after a week or two nobody really wants to hear your story about how your Ecstasy trip peaked at the top of the Ferris wheel right when Gotye hit that high note. Sorry! The good news is, there are wonderful local traditions like Steve Aoki's annual post-Coachella rager at Dim Mak Studios to help reintegrate you into society by giving you a healthy combination of things that are the same as they are at Coachella, and things that are different. We'll explain. 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.