It was during her last trip here that the rumors regarding Paris' supposed relationship with Kim Kardashian's ex Reggie Bush surfaced. The two both were at two Vegas birthday parties that weekend for Mark Sudach and Jason Strauss where they apparently shared champagne and more But eye-witness Robin Leach assures that the couple didn't even speak to each other, and I'd believe Robin if he told me Johnny Weir was straight. That's how reliable he is.
This Friday, April 30 Community stars Joel McHale and Donald Glover are performing at Mandalay Bay. These two hysterical hotties are both on my list of future boyfriends, so I obviously have spent a lot of time thinking about where to best stalk them during there time here in Sin City. I actually met Donald once, too so I already have an ice breaker prepared. He told me I was a "sexy Fievel" for Halloween, words which I cherish and shall be proudly displayed as my tombstone epitaph. I also know Joel is happily married with two kids, but what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right?
After a ten year hiatus, Pavement has not only returned to the music scene but is returning to Las Vegas.
The celebrated indie label Matador Records is celebrating their 21st anniversary this fall right here on the Strip with a three-day music festival. Most details surrounding the event are still unknown, but we can tell you that the event is called The Lost Weekend and is sponsored by Goldenvoice and FYF Fest. The event will run from October 1-3 and is sure to be filled with some of the hottest names in alternative and indie music.
Paul Banks, the lead singer of Interpol, has announced that he will be touring the US and Europe as his alter ego, Julian Plenti. This is to promote his solo album debut, Julian Plenti is...Skyscraper, which was released in early August from Matador records. While in the US, he will be touring with the Brooklyn-based group I’m In You before setting off to finish his tour in Europe. Julian Plenti, his “mostly-Brooklyn-based band,” and I’m In You are kicking off their tour during the “It Came From Brooklyn” series tonight at the Guggenheim Museum.
The Guggenheim’s It Came from Brooklyn series kicked off on August 14th with sets from The Walkmen (originally from Manhattan) and High Places. On September 25th, fans of indie-rock, literature, art, and walking uphill can continue celebrating the 50th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece. The borough’s artistic and cultural achievements over the last ten years, considered by some to be a "renaissance,” is the inspiration behind artist Mike Paré’s representation of “Brooklyn as a lion, the King, the County of Kings,” as coproducer Bronwyn Keenan told Flavorwire. The next concert, emceed by comedian Eugene Mirman, will feature Julian Plenti (a.k.a. Paul Banks of Interpol, also not from Brooklyn), and I’m In You, as well as readings from Rivka Galchen and Hampton Fancher. For those with museum membership, congratulations—you get a $5 discount off the $45 price of admission.
September 25, 2009
8:00 PM at The Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10128