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Courteney Cox and Ashley Benson attend a lavish Forevermark cocktail party at Chateau Marmont; Skid Row's Sebastian Bach rocks Revolver's Golden Gods Awards press show; Quentin Tarantino and Ryan Phillippe hit events at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival; "True Blood's" Bill Compton and Sookie Stackhouse prove they're fans of The Who at STAPLES—see who was out playing at the top destinations of Wednesday night in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
We live in an era wrought with conflict, when even a moment of peaceful introspection can be hard to come by. We have stress and we have joy, we support our close friends and chosen charities, and we always have spare time (and a spare fork) for a slice of cake. But it's less often that we take time out of our schedules to stand in solidarity for peace with our families, friends, and neighbors. Today, however, is the United Nations' annual International Day of Peace (sporting a theme of "Sustainable Peace for a Sustainable Future") and you're invited to the celebration. From Yoko Ono's IMAGINE PEACE films in Times Square to a Peace Day concert in Baghdad, here are some of our favorite peace-promoting celebrations across the globe! More»
Who said you can't make a fortune doing what you love? This following list features the ten wealthiest DJ's from around the world who have achieved their hard earned millions by playing their favorite tunes. The guys behind our favorite dance tracks include Moby and Daft Punk, but who did Celebritynetworth.com figure out to be the richest DJ in the world? Keep reading to find out a little more about these DJ's and how they earned their spot on the top ten. More»
It's sad to say this, but the days when hard rock music dominated the charts are a clear thing of the past. Do you know the last time a rock song was #1 for the year on the Billboard Top 100 charts? It was 2002, and it was Nickelback's "How You Remind Me", which doesn't even count because Nickelback is the musical equivalent of Nutraloaf. Still, we were at least able to briefly turn back the clock last night, as a slew of Rock Icons from years past (and a few movie stars, as well) showed up to rage last night at Club Nokia for the 4th Annual Revolver Golden God Awards. 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»
If you observed the glorious made-up holiday yesterday known as National Absinthe Day, a) good for you and best of luck recovering, and b) we totally feel you on not trying to hit the bottle (or the club) too hard this week. But in no way are we suggesting you stay in the rest of the week because there are too many good shows going down all over town between now and Monday. From Mobb Deep to Guns N' Roses, we've selected the best upcoming music happenings in L.A., so sit back and check out our guide to the live shows not to be missed this week. More»
Last night, DeLeon Tequila hosted the Guns N' Roses performance at the Hiro Ballroom, Jenne Lombardo, Hilary Rhoda, and Mazdack Rassi played some Tonsil (ice) Hockey at the Standard, Mick Jagger was at the Gramercy Park Hotel for L'wren Scott's after party, Sigourney Weaver hosted Nomad's Way Charity Gala at the New York Public Library, and so much more! Last night was all about getting wild for the end of fashion week!
It wouldn't be a NYC fashion week with at least one rock n roll show from Nur Khan (reference). And last night's party at Hiro Ballroom, hosted by Deleon Tequila, underneath the Maritime Hotel will go down as not only one of the major highlights of Fall FW12, but as one of the major shows in the history of the space that has hosted legendary rock-stars for the better part of this decade. You may be wondering what Khan, owner of the Electric Room underneath the Dream Hotel, just steps away from the Maritime, was doing hosting this epic event at Hiro. Here's what Nur told Steve Lewis yesterday:
"I'm doing this at Hiro; it's sort of my two cents into the goodbye. The town is losing another rock and roll room. I'm going to have to build another. We'd still be at Don Hill's if he hadn't died. This show at Hiro is all out ...confetti canons, arealists. It's the last hurrah before Mark Packer takes Hiro and Matsuri over and does what he does to it"
Wednesday, May 22
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.