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Planning for the weeks ahead? Dine at the Domino Sugar Factory for Creative Time's Spring Gala, honoring artist Julian Schnabel, join the Food Bank of New York at its biggest fundraiser of the year and enjoy a special performance by Bon Jovi, and preview Marco Brambilla's new exhibition at the Basilica of St. Patrick's Old Cathedral. Here are 10 parties to put on your radar.
2012 proved to be a pivotal year in music. Lana Del Rey continued to explode on the blogosphere, and Azealia Banks brought seapunk to the mainstream (with help from Rihanna). Additionally, multiple artists from the late 90's created new albums for the first time in over a decade. No Doubt's latest release "Push and Shove" was their first recording in 11 years. It's no surprise that 90's nostalgia provided inspiration for 2012. We've compiled a list of the top 10 albums to sum up our year of partying.
August is coming to a close, and so are many of the summer exhibitions, so be sure and take one last stroll through your favorite Chelsea galleries before the season comes to a close. In other news, Liz Laser Magic plays an anchorwoman at Forever & Today, Frédéric Moffet organized a film series at New Museum, Gym Class Heroes headline this year's Afropunk Festival, and two brothers from Iran bring their art to Openhouse. Let's get this pARTy started. More»
Last night in NYC, Jude Law made a surprise appearance at 3x1 for Ben Watts' skateboard series charity event, Vice Magazine presented "Slutever" screening at Westway, 2012 NY International Auto Show held a special preview gala, Uma Thurman hosted the Lanvin collection preview at Barneys, and so much more! Last night's parties were all about the artists and designers. More»
A genius parody "Will The Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up (feat. Eminem)" music video surfaces; Lana Del Rey's new official music video is here, plus her upcoming NYC and L.A. residencies are announced; The Flaming Lips' new limited edition album of collaborations with a diverse group of their closest "fwends"; the truth about the new Daft Punk album; Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp record a cover of Carly Simon's "You're So Vain"—get all of this and more on what's been going down in the wacky world of music so far this week in this Tuesday music news roundup! More>>
Lana Del Rey's new official music video is here, plus her upcoming NYC and L.A. residencies are announced; The Flaming Lips' new limited edition album of collaborations with a diverse group of their closest "fwends"; a genius parody "Will The Real Mitt Romney Please Stand Up (feat. Eminem)" music video surfaces; the truth about the new Daft Punk album; Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp record a cover of "You're So Vain"—get all of this and more on what's been going down in the crazy music world so far this week in this Tuesday music news roundup! More»
Including Kanye West's extravagant after party at Paris Fashion Week, Tyler, The Creator's, $8,000 bill to club Roxy for damages, Katy Perry's sultry old Hollywood spread in Interview Magazine, Kanye West's reaction to Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose's engagement, and more! Check it out on today's music news round up. More»
L.A. Confidential Magazine and Tony Bennett enjoy an elegant dinner at Crustacean in Beverly Hills to celebrate the Grammys; Jerry Ferrara and P. Diddy showed up for the premiere of Think Like A Man; Mary J. Blige rocks the Avalon for the (Belvedere) RED Pre-Grammy Party; Mark Ronson DJs the Re:Generaton Music Project World Premiere; Paris Hilton and The Black Eyed Peas hit the 1st Annual Trans4Mation pre-Grammy party; Kelly Price and Whitney Houston take the stage at For The Love of R&B Grammy party before Whitney is angrily escorted out; Christina Milian and Eric Stonestreet of “Modern Family” celebrate L.A.’s music industry with a party at The Getty House; Lily Aldridge shows off her baby bump at HBO's "Eastbound and Down” season three premiere; Bill Nye the Science Guy and Chris Evans, celebrated the worldwide debut of a new 100% electric Tesla SUV—from Whitney Houston's latest public adventure in being a hot mess to new electric cars, we've got the details on what went down Thursday in Los Angeles in this edition of Last Night's Parties! More»
As the multitude of amazing, exclusive Grammy parties going down this weekend surely proves, we love our music stars out here. But this is Hollywood, first and foremost a movie town, so what better way to celebrate the Grammys than with a movie about music? That must have been the thought process behind Re:Generation Music Project, a documentary that challenged music producers Mark Ronson, DJ Premier, Skrillex, Pretty Lights and The Crystal Method to compose and produce a song from a completely different genre. They all showed up to last night's premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, and it looks like it was a hell of a party. 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»
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.