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Miley Cyrus joins fiancee Liam Hemsworth to accept his award at the 8th Annual Australians In Film Breakthrough Awards; Joy Bryant, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard hit the red carpet for a screening of their new film, Hit and Run; Mayor Villaraigosa hams it up with entertainment and studio execs at Variety's Venture Capital & New Media Summit; Johnny Knoxville, Travis Pastrana, Steve-O and more attend the premiere of Nitro Circus The Movie 3D at Grauman's—get this and more on all that went down in L.A. Wednesday evening in today's installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
Hey, you with the tan lines and the Corolla that's still sporting Connecticut plates. Welcome to L.A. We know you've been talking up SoCal to all your Emerson buddies ever since you landed an internship in the WME mailroom, but now you're out here and you're trying to mine your extensive knowledge of Entourage to think of things to do this summer. One small snafu: you're not a movie star yet, and that $11.63 an hour that Ari's paying you isn't going to support the groovy lifestyle of bangin' club nights that you had envisioned. Lucky for you, L.A. is chock full of great things to do on a budget and we've got the low-down on 10 full days of fun for under $20. More»
As I sat in a bar last night, no choice but to watch the 2011 X Games, I found myself thinking about just why I feel so negatively towards the whole "extreme sports" thing. It's not that I can't appreciate a death-defying bike stunt; when the guys were actually launching themselves off 25-foot ramps, I was adequately entertained. More»
Some great news for those of you planning to attend this summer's X Games and hate traffic. Rather than splitting the events of the extreme-sports competition between the Staples Center in downtown L.A. and the Home Depot Center in Carson, as has been the arrangement in years past, the games will all take place at venues within close proximity in downtown. More»
Wednesday, June 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.