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Busy Philipps, Zoe Deschanel, Ginnifer Goodwin [via]
Ginnifer Goodwin, Christina Hendricks, Zoe Deschanel and Judd Apatow help honor the finest achievements in TV; Alessandra Ambrosio and Christina Milian have their tots in tow at the Brave premiere; Keira Knightley, Drew Barrymore and Steve Carell step out for a screening of their new film; Ashley Tisdale and more hit the viewing party for Bravo's "Miss Advised"—it was another busy Monday in L.A. with various events all over town, and we have all the details on what happened in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
So maybe you have a niece or a younger brother or a cousin or something with a birthday coming up, and you fancy yourself a cool, older role model, so you want to buy them something the kids love these days, like a Twilight book or a Hannah Montana or something? God, you are so stupid, that stuff hasn't been cool for months now. No, it's all about The Hunger Games, the über-bestselling young adult novel and movie adaptation, which began its methodical annihilation of all box-office challengers last night by taking in a staggering $19.7 million in midnight screenings last night. Like it didn't suck enough already to be the guys who made John Carter. More»
Jessica Alba, Alexa Vega, Mason Cook, and Rowan Blanchard walk the red carpet at the premiere of the latest Spy Kids installment, Spy Kids: All The Time In The World In 4D; Maria Menounos frolics around Malibu in a white romper at Lisa and Brittny Gastineau's beach-side party for their new jewelry line; More»
[Photo of Lil Jon, Lee Tamahori via] Last night, as is the case of many here in Los Angeles, was all about The Industry. But unlike most industry-dominated nights, the events had a touch of unexpected quirkiness to them. From naked Danny DeVito-birthing upholstered furniture at the Beverly Hills Hotel to uncanny Sarah Palin impersonators and Lil Jon on the red carpet for the 2011 L.A. Film Festival, it all happened at Last Night's Parties. More»
Tuesday, May 21
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.