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You grew up with TV dinners, but now it's time for some grown-up TV desserts. We thought that we'd mix things up, so we're bringing you drunken cupcakes inspired by some of our favorite cult comedy shows. From a Bluth-inspired banana daiquiri dessert to some pink champagne cupcakes that'll make you want to Party Down, these treats will keep you going through commercial breaks! More»
Sundance 2013 kicked off this weekend, and film buffs flocked to Park City again this year. From Dave Groh's sold-out concert at Park City Live with Stevie Nicks, to Jessica Biel and Ringo Starr hanging out at The Westway, to Avicii and Matisyahu's blow out performances, here is a round up of some of the top bashes from Sundance's first weekend.
Jessica Chastain, Milla Jovovich, Anna Faris and more gather at the Dolby Theatre for the Zero Dark Thirty premiere; Will Ferrell, Sarah Silverman, Aziz Ansari and Jon Hamm perform at the WE HATE HURRICANES Comedy Show to benefit AmeriCares; Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor and other cast members hit the red carpet premiere of The Impossible at the Hollywood ArcLight; Alison Brie, Lizzy Caplan and Martin Starr attend a screening of Save The Date—Monday's events in L.A. brought out some of Hollywood's most talented stars, check them out in today's installment of Last Night's Parties.
As any late night television viewer can tell you, Adult Swim is not exactly a bastion of taste or restraint. Not that we're complaining; the absurd free-association lunacy that's a common thread throughout all Adult Swim programming is its calling card, and certainly what makes it so popular amongst its key demographic of intoxicated man-children. Another place where the drunk and emotionally underdeveloped often come out to play is the Hollywood party scene, which is what makes this week's team-up between Adult Swim and the Tropicana Bar at the Roosevelt's Nightswim the kind of perfect combination that most parties only dream of. More»
Courtney Hansen, David Burtka, Sharon Needles and other stars beloved by the gay & lesbian communities strut their stuff at a Logo-sponsored party to celebrate their inclusion in the "Hot 100"; Disney Animation stars Andreas Deja and Mike Giaimo present a special 70mm film print screening of Disney's classic film Sleeping Beauty; Jason Ritter, Martin Starr, Kim Yutani and other Sundance Institute alumni and staff party at Outfest. Monday night never sleeps in L.A., so neither does our Tuesday edition of Last Night's Parties!
Imagine Napoleon Dynamite break-dancing in mom jeans. Yes, hold that image for a moment -- and voila! You've got Nathan Barnatt. An internet sensation known for his dancing videos on YouTube, Barnatt choreographs each dance in an online series, and performs solo pieces under his many alter-egos. For those of you who aren't too familiar with this musical/dancing/comedic genius, (or if you are just looking for a good laugh), get the 411 on this hilarious hipster here... More»
[Lindsay Sloane, Lake Bell] Lake Bell, Leslie Bibb, Will Forte and a pregnant Lindsay Sloane celebrate the premiere of A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, but where was Jason Sudeikis?; Garcelle Beauvais, Cameron Silver and David Meister attend Vogue's celebration of Gap 1969 event in West Hollywood with stylist to the stars Tod Hallman—it all happened Thursday night so get your final dose of L.A. party roundups before the weekend in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Paul Rudd teams up with Marvin Scott Jarrett and WeSC as the host for a private dinner in Venice for NYLON Guys; Mekhi Phifer, Aubrey O'Day and of course David Arquette attend a lackluster LG Revolution launch by Verizon at Sayers; Dave Franco (James' baby bro!), Anton Yelchin and Christopher Mintz-Plasse step out for a special screening of Fright Night—it all went down on Wednesday night in L.A., get all the details in this addition of Last Night's Parties. [Tracy Anderson, Eric Ruhle, Paul Rudd, Adrian Grenier photo courtesy of People's Revolution] More»
Sunday, May 19
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.