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Thousands flocked to Miami this weekend for the 15th year of the Ultra Music Festival. It has come and gone, and left in its trail a number of unforgettable moments. Whether you were in the front row at Bayfront Park or watching the live stream at home, you witnessed some crazy shots. Relive the weekend by looking through our round up of the best Instagrams from Ultra's closing weekend. More»
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.
There were a lot of parties going down on Tuesday night, but only one of them combined emerging music, art and fashion for a unique and unforgettable night. Project Ethos, the quarterly event showcasing rising talent across the creative spectrum, lit up the Avalon for a full evening that transcended a normal fashion show. With several runway shows, live art, music and plenty of top-flight drinks and treats, Project Ethos's Back For Summer event provided a party experience that celebrated all categories of creativity and once again proved L.A.'s indispensable spot atop the list of art, fashion and music cities in the world. More»
If you're among the plurality of Americans who feel like Twilight and The Hunger Games just don't get enough credit, then hopefully what went down at the Gibson Amphitheater last night has brought you back from the abyss. Yes, folks, another MTV Movie Awards has come and gone, and while it would be something of a stretch to say that we as a general public are better off for it, it was not without its moments. From male strippers to a Johnny Depp/Black Keys jam session, we break it all down. More»
Mick Jagger sends Kristen Wiig off in style in the season finale of Saturday Night Live -- and she sings at the after party, Pearl Jam will be a headliner for Jay-Z's "Made In America" music festival, Adele racks up 12 awards at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, and more on today's Music News Round Up! Check it out.
Wow, so it's been a while since we all had an awards show, right? That's just about the only explanation I can muster for the general positivity surrounding the Billboard Music Awards, which folks were pretty jazzed on last night despite the mediocre lineup, meandering pace, and schizophrenic attempt to stay positive despite a raft of tributes to recently deceased musical icons. Still, the evening wasn't without its charms, to say nothing of the moments so forehead-smacking tone-deaf that they also warrant acknowledgement. Let's take a good look at both! More»
Jay-Z debuts new logo for newly re-located Brooklyn Nets, Santigold performs at Bowery Ballroom and released her album, Rihanna shows off her dry-humping in "Where Have You Been" video and so much more! Check out today's music news round up. More»
On Tuesday night, The Chandelier Room celebrated their 3 year anniversary at the W Hoboken. The night featured a surprise performance by "Notorious" actor Jamal Woolard, performing as Notorious B.I.G., and a DJ set by LMFAO's Sky Blu and Shwayze. EMM Group's Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum hosted the blowout bash with W Hoboken owners Michael and David Barry. More»
Coachella-goers: by now, hopefully, you've got yourself together. You're dressed, ready, you've studied the setlist, maybe you're even at the gates already. But, tragic as it is to admit, you can't be everywhere at once, so you've still got some tough choices to make. Well don't worry, we cover Coachella year-round around these parts, and that means we've already prepared a day-by-day breakdown of our top picks for unmissable shows– some headliners and some more obscure. More»
Thursday, June 20
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.