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Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio toast champagne while Charlize Theron and Bill Clinton trade fedoras backstage at the GLAAD Media Awards; Demetri Martin and Molly Ringwald debut their tomes at the Festival of Books; David Arquette and James Van Der Beek attend the Ballet Rubies Gala; Jeffrey Deitch, Ellen Pompeo and Terry Richardson hit up the "Yesssss!" 2013 MOCA Gala; the brothers Hemsworth aren't too cool for school at the City Year Los Angeles' Spring Break: Destination Education Party—were you at Coachella Weekend 2? These celebs weren't either. Check them all out at L.A.'s top events in this weekend edition of Last Night's Parties.
Whether you're back at square one since ESPN Zone at L.A. LIVE will be closed for a private party or simply haven't gotten around to making plans, you may be wondering what your options are for watching the big game on Sunday. Look no further, for we've done the recon and found some of the best Super Bowl viewing parties and sports bars in town to spend this holiest of national holidays. Carry out your duty as an American on Sunday by parking yourself in front of multiple HD plasmas with as much beer, wings and deep fried fare as you can handle at one of these top seven L.A. spots to watch Super Bowl XLVII.
Cash Warren, Jessica Alba via, Jessica Stroup, Carmen Electra
Jessica Alba, Malin Akerman, and Danny DeVito are just a few to walk the green carpet and celebrate the environmental efforts of celebs; the "90210" cast and crew including Carmen Electra get down with some drinks, tacos and dancing to celebrate their 100th episode; Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation raises over $500,000 for cancer research at its third annual event; Lure hosts the "Resident Evil 6" launch party—get the full rundown on weekend events in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, Simon Cowell, and L.A Reid get hand printed outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre; Jack Osbourne, Richard Grieco, Sophie Simmons, Tyler Hoechlin, and a few of L.A.'s finest come together at Pink Taco in preparation for the send off of 10,000 Krispy Kreme doughnuts to soldier's overseas in remembrance of 9/11; Kerry Washington, Sara Rue, Tony Goldwyn, Columbus Short, and other ABC stars arrive at the The Paley Center for Media to preview upcoming series' seasons—check out what you didn't get invited to last night in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Jennifer Garner, Ron Livingston and others hit the red carpet at the El Capitan Theater for The Odd Life Of Timothy Green Hollywood premiere; Johnny Depp joins Aerosmith on stage at the Hollywood Bowl, then helps them celebrate with Jim Carrey, Liv Tyler and Lana Del Rey at a private after part—get the details on Monday night's biggest happenings in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Nobody, anywhere, does Cinco de Mayo like L.A. does. Not in Mexico, where it's really not that big of a deal, nor in New York, where you can't get a good burrito to save your life. No, Cinco de Mayo belongs to us, and while that may seem like something to brag about, it's also a big responsibility. See, we don't automatically get to keep the title of Best Cinco City, and that means we all have to do our part by getting extra crazy on Saturday. Luckily, there's a million places throwing a million parties on Saturday, so whether you're motivated by good food, strong drinks, loud music, or some crazy combination therein, we've got just the fiesta for you in our 2012 Cinco de Mayo Party Guide. More»
Jaime King, Fergie and Chloe Moretz attend JustJared.com founder, Jared Eng's birthday party at Pink Taco; Ke$ha, Rose McGowan and Sophia Bush honor entertainment media that raises awareness on animal issues at the 26th Annual Genesis Awards; Kendra Wilkinson and Kim Kardashian celebrate Perez Hilton's birthday with a Mad Hatter-themed tea party at Siren Studios—the rain didn't stop Los Angeles from partying this weekend and we've got the details on the biggest events and the celebrities who attended them in this installment of Last Night's Parties! 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.