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Miley Cyrus joins fiancee Liam Hemsworth to accept his award at the 8th Annual Australians In Film Breakthrough Awards; Joy Bryant, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard hit the red carpet for a screening of their new film, Hit and Run; Mayor Villaraigosa hams it up with entertainment and studio execs at Variety's Venture Capital & New Media Summit; Johnny Knoxville, Travis Pastrana, Steve-O and more attend the premiere of Nitro Circus The Movie 3D at Grauman's—get this and more on all that went down in L.A. Wednesday evening in today's installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Pet ownership, and particularly dog ownership, is a rich and rewarding part of modern life that provides companionship, entertainment, and an excellent way to assure potential mates that you can care for living things without incident. Unfortunately, not everybody is actually capable of fulfilling their end of this arrangement, and thus thousands of abandoned and stray animals end up in shelters every year. More»
The 10 Freeway. Universally beloved, right? Whether you're stop-and-go'ing it all the way to Dodger Stadium (I know, bad example, who goes to Dodger games anymore?) or sitting at a standstill under one of many scenic overpasses, praying The Big One doesn't hit, can you think of a possible better time? More»
"There's gridlock on the 405 virtually any time of the day, but particularly during the rush hour, and if you think it's bad now, let me just make something absolutely clear: On July 16 and 17, it will be an absolute nightmare."
The quote above comes from the mouth of none other than our dear Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa at a news conference regarding the upcoming temporary closure of the 405. We have to hand it to him and the other L.A. County officials for getting realer than real about the mother of clusterfucks scheduled to befall this city. A brief perusal of their thoughts on the traffic horrors and advice on what to do about it helps paint the picture of "car-mageddon"... 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.