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Justin Timberlake, Steven Tyler, Britney Spears, 2001 Super Bowl [via]
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. Here are five of the top 10 most ridiculous Super Bowl Halftime Shows ever, from Prince passionately stroking his "guitar" to N'SYNC trying to rap with Aerosmith. Yes, yes they did.
[Sundance Film Festival Awards After Party via]
We've spent many a winter evening cozying up to our fireplaces and flipping through our never-ending Netflix queue in search of the perfect film. But winter nights aren't just for at-home screenings. This week, the Sundance Film Festival returns for another year, and beyond movie watching, there will be a lot of party hopping. We've rounded up the best events, lounges, and entertainment that Sundance attendees will enjoy in between screenings!
-Foster the People frontman Mark Foster was kicked out of a private Prince show at The Sayers Club in Hollywood last night for using his iPhone, but then security let him back in after they made him check his phone at the door. [TMZ]
Just because you're not a video gamer, that doesn't mean you shouldn't drop everything when you get invited to a big fancy video game launch party. After all, video games are the new blockbusters, with major titles making comparable money to major movie releases– only their parties are way less stuffy than the typical red carpet zombie shuffle we've all grown bored with. It's how we end up with things like The Black Keys rocking out in Chinatown, or in this particular instance, Dim Mak Studios getting a far East makeover to celebrate the upcoming launch of the Hong Kong-set crime action title, Sleeping Dogs. More»
Summer is here and what better way to party than outdoors. The city is our playground, but it looks so much better from up high. For the people with building roof top access (or the rule breakers ready to go against management rules) here is a quick and easy guide on how to throw a successful summer rooftop party. More»
If you haven't heard of Taz Arnold, you've definitely seen or have heard of his brand, TI$A (pronounced "Teesa"). Originally starting as a recording artist and producer with Sa-Ra, Taz has now become a fashion icon, deemed as a luxurious-vintage-hippie of sorts. While Taz was establishing his own brand, he pioneered to collaborate with various brands, such as MCM (Mode Creation Munich). He doesn't limit himself to fashion and design, however, Taz's most recent endeavor is his record label, TI$A Records.
Blake Lively, Nicki Minaj and Prince hit up the Versace for H&M runway show, Jay-Z and Kanye rocked out MSG for the second time in a row, Marc Jacobs and Winona Ryder attended the Aids for AIDS My Hero Gala, The American Ballet Theater held their Fall 2011 Opening, STK had its 5th Anniversary and so much more. Last night's parties were all about fashion and the arts.
Last night the best of the best showed up for the Versace and H&M runway show and party to celebrate their collaboration (which will hit stores November 19). "Versace Hall," otherwise known as Pier 57, had everything you could ever want in a party: a cocktail lounge, a Greek themed runway, performances by Prince AND Nicki Minaj, and amazing shopping. More»
Thursday, May 23
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.