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September 24, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Nothing Miley Cyrus does shocks us anymore. No, seriously, nothing does. We just read all the way through her new Rolling Stone interview - in which she gets the bottoms of her feet tattooed, drinks booze underage in a club, cusses nearly nonstop and jumps out of a perfectly good airplane - and the impression we're left with is a distinct "meh. " Did we mention the 20-year-old poses topless for the cover? Yeah, that too. But the piece did find her dishing on some of the men in her life, and that was kind of interesting.
July 29, 2013 | By Mikael Wood
After zooming back into public view last week with the Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for her song "Hot Knife," Fiona Apple announced Monday that she'll tour the United States this fall. Set to launch Oct. 3 in Portland, Ore., the trek is billed as Anything We Want: An Evening with Fiona Apple & Blake Mills. Mills is the L.A.-based guitarist who worked as a member of Apple's live band during shows in support of her 2012 comeback record, "The Idler Wheel... "; he's also played with Jackson Browne, Sara Watkins and Julian Casablancas of the Strokes, and co-founded Simon Dawes, which following his departure became the L.A. band Dawes.
November 25, 2011 | By Matt Donnelly, Los Angeles Times
New Irish pub alert: Rock & Reilly's on Sunset Boulevard (a Blarney stone's throw from the Viper Room) has attracted curious visitors Zooey Deschanel, Jeremy Piven, Geoff Stults, Darren Criss and Lauren Conrad .... Glamour magazine hosting a book party for Mindy Kaling's "Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?" at the Roosevelt's Spare Room, drawing Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt, Aziz Ansari, Nicole Richie and Anna Faris .... Beverly Boulevard eatery Sherbourne hosting American Eagle's celebration of Nylon magazine covergirl Rachel Bilson , with Ashlee Simpson and her "Boardwalk Empire" beau Vincent Piazza, Trevor Donovan and night life player Scott Sartiano .... The Black Eyed Peas ( Fergie,, and Taboo )
September 8, 2013 | By Alice Short
Poor Miley Cyrus . Apparently, she's been kicked off the cover of December Vogue. Unless you've been, say, trekking for several weeks in Bhutan, you undoubtedly recall her rather infamous performance at the recent MTV Video Music Awards . Her jam with Robin Thicke and that giant foam finger was rather ... lascivious. At the time it seemed she wasn't really worked up about the controversy. Ministry of Gossip columnist Christie D'Zurilla reported her as saying: "Me and Robin, the whole time, said, 'You know we're about to make history right now.'" But it sounds as if Vogue editor Anna Wintour was making a little history herself.
August 6, 2013 | By Mikael Wood
Last week, we brought you news that Robert Glasper, the wide-ranging jazz pianist, would release a new album by his band the Robert Glasper Experiment on Oct. 29. Now you can hear the album's lead single, "Calls," below. A luscious neo-soul cut with vocals by R&B singer Jill Scott, the track comes from Glasper's sequel to last year's "Black Radio," which won the Grammy Award for R&B album. In addition to Scott, "Black Radio 2" is to feature guest spots by singers and rappers including Anthony Hamilton, Snoop Dogg, Common and Faith Evans, as well as Patrick Stump of the emo-rock band Fall Out Boy. (That one should be interesting.)
July 31, 2013 | By Mikael Wood
“Almost everything could be forgotten,” Alex Kapranos sang Tuesday night at the Echoplex, and that's a truism he's observed firsthand. The stylish frontman of Glasgow's Franz Ferdinand is the rare survivor from the dance-rock revival that occupied hipsters in the mid-2000s before giving way inevitably to subsequent trends; Kapranos and his bandmates have outlasted comrades from Radio 4 and Moving Units and the Dead 60s, and they've done it...
September 14, 2013 | By Ryan Faughnder
Hate those "Blurred Lines"? Gotten over "Get Lucky"? Those songs have been crowned the "song of the summer" by various taste-makers. But according to analysis by the music data mining company the Echo Nest, neither of those tunes, nor the ubiquitous One Direction smash "Best Song Ever," truly deserve the coveted title.  The Echo Nest's Paul Lamere, director of the company's developer platform, looked at what songs were played the most times...
January 4, 2013 | By Greg Braxton
The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Miami and Beverly Hills will soon have some competition in the fighting ring of reality television. The "Real Husbands" are climbing into the arena, and they have their own scores to settle among each other. BET's "Real Husbands of Hollywood" spoofs the long chain of "Housewives" programs, and zeros in on celebrity friends who hang out together, usually when their famous wives are working. The semi-scripted series stars Kevin Hart, Boris Kodjoe, Nick Cannon, J.B. Smoove, Robin Thicke and Duane Martin, and like the Bravo series, features a lot of screaming, cursing and fighting.
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