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Last night when Jack White took the stage at downtown L.A.'s historic Mayan Theater, he was accompanied not by Meg White, Dead Weather partner Alison Mosshart, nor fellow Raconteurs bandmates, but the all-girl band called The Peacocks with a pregnant stand-up bassist before an audience of adoring fans that included the likes of Rod Stewart, Axl Rose and Gary Oldman. By all accounts, the highly anticipated show—a somewhat last minute gig tacked on to the living legend's Blunderbuss world tour—was nothing short of extraordinary. If you weren't there, here's a look at what you missed. More»
via la.guestofaguest.com: The Kills took to the stage at the Chateau Marmont for DeLeon Tequila's anniversary. Saying happy birthday to the booze brand was sober sister Lindsay Lohan, who played peek-a-boo while hugging it out with shock rocker Marilyn Manson, as well as Mischa Barton, Sophia Bush, Adrian Grenier, Jared Followill, Shia LaBeouf, Joaquin Phoenix, Casey Affleck, and more. MORE>>>
[Lindsay Lohan, Marilyn Manson via] Lindsay Lohan and Marilyn Manson having a snuggly peek-a-boo moment together as one of indie rock's hottest bands The Kills gives a rare intimate performance at a tequila party? Oh you know, just another Sunday night at Chateau Marmont, NBD. Last night, to celebrate the second birthday of DeLeon Tequila, the spirit brand threw a swanky, private VIP soiree at the self-proclaimed destination for celebs to behave badly, featuring a live performance by The Kills fresh off their US tour. More»
Fresh off their performance at the Mondrian Soho, The DeLeon Rock Lounge & Nur Khan Sessions brought The Kills to Don Hill's. Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince took the stage around midnight this Saturday to play a packed house of A-list scenesters. DeLeon tequila flowed as the crowd danced, stood on banquettes, and had a generally raucous time. It may not be Fashion Week but it certainly felt like it. More»
Wednesday, May 22
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.