Here they are in their visit to Six Flags Great America.
There's Blanket (age 10; second from left), Prince (15, fourth from left), and Paris (14, third from right), with co-guardian T.J. Jackson (Tito's son) and other friends.
Off the top of my head, I can come up with more "controversial" stances Katy Perry has taken than I can count on one hand: "Ur So Gay" being mean, homophobic, and seemingly aimed at Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz; "I Kissed a Girl" being shock-Sapphic and heteronormative; "You / PMS / Like a bitch / I wo ... More >>
The animated-film nominators have a lovely habit of not just going for blockbuster Hollywood fare all the time.
In fact, The Adventures of Tintin wasn't even nominated, possibly because of a bias against stop-action technology (though it was amazing-looking, no matter what you thought of the storyt ... More >>
Say what you will about Lana Del Reyand boy, have you ever, Interneteven her most devoted fans would be hard-pressed to call her "profound." Amidst the embarrassing-for-everybody controversy over her Saturday Night Live performance, her lips, her name, her dad, her shelved first album ... More >>
The video for Jay-Z and Kanye West's "Paris" has finally come out, and it's probably not surprising that the setting is one of the giddy live performances of the track that closed the Watch The Throne Tour last year. This is no straight-up "check us out live" video interspersed with shots of the two ... More >>
That's what her husband, the Prince von whatever, told CNN, in a fit of crazy optimism!
Apparently, it's going to involve all kinds of egg donors, surrogate mothers, sci-fi plot twists, and CGI special effects, but hey, it could happen, as sure as her great niece Paris could become a Mother ... More >>
Dance-rock that actually makes people dance. Pics by Rob.Friendly Fires/The Hundred in the Hands
Monday, February 7
Better Than: Sitting around depressed that you didn't get to see Robyn at Radio City.
"Oh! I want to feel true love!" moans Ed Macfarlane, perched precariously ... More >>
In this week's issue of the Voice, Steven Thrasher takes on the supposed racial discrimination of the New York City "6019" firefighter's exam. Black candidates have passed the test with flying colors and yet have been prevented from joining the FDNY after the test was deemed racist by federal ... More >>
Just when you think New York has everything, an idea morphs into reality that makes people wonder, "What the hell took so long?" This, my friends, is the definition of one of those ideas. At 510 West 42nd Street, appropriately sandwiched between Chelsea and the Theater District, a hotel calle ... More >>
Women's Wear Daily reports today that NY-born author Danielle Steel, purveyor of lurid bubble-bath scenes and star-cross'd cosmopolitan love affairs (not that we would know, okay?), owns "at least" 6,000 pairs of Christian Louboutin shoes. WWD reports that the designer tells an upcoming issu ... More >>
All images courtesy Brooklyn MuseumGustave Caillebotte, Oarsmen Rowing on the Yerres, 1877
French Impressionism has a remarkable and, it seems, endlessly renewable currency in contemporary museum culture. The recent show of Van Gogh nocturnes at MoMA spawned an agitated, gelatinous daily mob of fan ... More >>
Ladyhawke makes her New York debut tonight at the Bowery Ballroom and at Studio B on Thursday, March 26.
Taking her name from the 1985 Richard Donner film, New Zealand's Ladyhawke is next in a line of dance-wave acts that've recently surfaced. Although she's played "dirty rock and roll" with he ... More >>
Last week's prediction: Nothing like this again, unless iTunes wants a revolt.
Sometimes, you get a real child-slavery vibe from these young, recently formed Nashville acts. From the official Gloriana bio: "We spend most of our time rehearsing and writing at our band house in Nashville. Most nigh ... More >>