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Justin Bieber announces that he may be making a song about his baby-mama-drama situation with Mariah Yeater, Dr. Dre stops rumors about Holopac going on tour, TLC is planning a reunion tour with videos and vocals of late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and more! Check out today's music news. More»
GofG L.A.'s favorite brash, hell-raising infant was back in full effect for Weekend 1 of Coachella. Much like his coverage of Sundance, Party Baby staked out this action-packed weekend and all of its wonders, from the festival to the parties and beyond, documenting his debaucherous journey throughout his very first Coachella experience. Living up to his reputation for being an absolute monster, Party Baby took this assignment on like a true beast without a care in the world. So here, in his own words, is an inside look at how Party Baby went totally H.A.M. all over Coachella 2012. More»
Coachella. Two weekends chock full of absolutely awesome music, non-stop partying, and a desert. Does anyone even remember what happened over this first weekend? Yeah, we don't either -- but don't fret, we've rounded up some of the photos you guys uploaded to your Instagram to remind you (wink). From the performances like Florence and the Machine, to celeb spottings like Lindsay Lohan, fashion mishaps (manks, anyone?), and partying galore, check out photos of what happened over the weekend in Palm Springs! More»
By all accounts, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's headlining Coachella show would have been jaw-dropping even if they had only stuck to bringing out surprise guests who were still alive. After all, Eminem, 50 Cent, Warren G, Wiz Khalifa and others all took the stage during last night's mega-set. But Radiohead had just played an instant classic two-hour set the night before, so Snoop and Dre knew they were going to have to go above and beyond to impress the crowd. I think doing two songs with Tupac Shakur on stage via hologram probably accomplished that. More»
[Photo via] Lil Wayne kept himself busy last night. While most musicians would have probably been satisfied with taking the greatest picture of all time with newly crowned NBA MVP Dirk Nowitzki, as seen here on the left, Weezy was already in the middle of a big night, as his MTV Unplugged special debuted, making Wayne the first hiphop artist to appear on the show since Jay-Z did it ten years ago. And as far as MTV specials go, he didn't disappoint. More»
Saturday, May 25
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.