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Twenty-five good ol' years ago today our favorite hipster-razzi was set forth upon this earth. Although it was his birthday, Mark "The Cobrasnake" Hunter still remained behind the camera. He had a few moments in the spotlight but mostly those crazily celebrating with him were the focus. More»
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There's no better reason to justify prancing around half naked while getting shitty for an entire Sunday in the desert than charity, right? That was the genius behind Sunday's 3rd annual P.L.A.Y. In The Jungle 2010 event, a giant pool party put on by P.L.A.Y., an organization that raises funds and goods to provide less fortunate children with toys and books. More»
Jewelry and cocktails? Check. Makeovers and products? Check. All were the makings of the Amica Style Trunk Show on Thursday evening, where beauty and style lovers gathered at the Warren Tricomi Salon from all corners of L.A. for a night of girly glam and pampering. More»
NYLON Magazine seems to have the Midas touch, as everything the fashion-forward Empire of Cool embraces turns to style gold. That was certainly the case at last night's NYLON + Sebastian party hosted at Studio DNA, where the style bible and hair care giant teamed up to present an evening revealing the latest and most coveted hair secrets in the industry. More»
Now that June gloom is finally behind us (hope I didn't jinx it!), it's starting to feel like a true L.A. summer, the best time for evening rooftop parties like last night's Bunker Hill Magazine fete. Hosted by this month's cover boy, Steve Aoki, the bash celebrated the release of the Downtown L.A. publication's July issue atop the Los Angeles Athletic Club. More»
A decked out crowd was all smiles last night at the "Knock-out Night of Comedy", featuring stand-up sets by Charlie Murphy and Corey Holcomb. Guests packed downtown’s Conga Room for the event, put on by Fight For A Cause and the Berto Dynasty Foundation to raise funds for earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. More»
Gallery girls Jaclyn Johnson and Chelsea Matthews proudly presented their new creative space (No Subject) last week. The launch had a huge turn out of L.A. tastemakers who all wanted to take part in christening the downtown space. The (No Subject) gallery aims to house events that evoke ingenuity, creativity, and forward thinking. More»
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The Roosevelt ballroom was transformed into the ultimate dance off when The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers a.k.a. The LXD took over last Tuesday night. More»
Our hearts broke when news of Dennis Hopper's death arrived on Memorial Day Weekend, just days after a press release for his one-man art exhibition at MOCA to be curated by Julian Schnabel was disseminated. With even more awareness of the show as the result of the artist's passing, Jeffrey Deitch opened his first undertaking as the new director of MOCA on Saturday with Dennis Hopper Double Standard. More»
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.