This post was updated Feb. 19 at 8:28 p.m.
With the ever-growing surge of the female gaze, the era of the “Girl Crush” has begun.
Held at Heavy Manners Library in Echo Park, “Girl Crush” was the debut event for Heart House – alumnus Maya Man’s newly established curatorial endeavor.
This post was updated Feb. 6 at 8:22 p.m.
Embodying their distinct experiences, these artists are the melodies of the globe.
Taking place last night at the Crypto.com Arena, the 66th Annual Grammy Awards saw a range of historic moments, including the award show’s first performance in the Afrobeats genre and the introduction of the Best African Music Performance category – whose nominees comprise a total of two countries.
This post was updated Feb. 6 at 8:15 p.m.
Painted in rose gold, the Grammys were a night for the vibrance of women.
Dangling from a cube and in a sultry mesh ensemble, Dua Lipa ushered in the 66th annual Grammy Awards ceremony with a reflective disco-pop mashup including “Training Season,” “Houdini” and “Dance the Night.” Quipping that the economy surrounding Taylor Swift’s tables has blossomed, Trevor Noah warmed up the crowd with feel-good comedy, while also highlighting notable achievements in terms of diversity, including the majority of female nominees for the Album Of The Year category.
Trilling that all nominees for the category are women, Mariah Carey presented Miley Cyrus with the Best Pop Solo Performance award for “Flowers.” After Luke Combs’ duet of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car,” Karol G won her first Grammy Award, Best Música Urbana Album, for “Mañana Será Bonito.” Also winning her first Grammy, Lainey Wilson won Best Country Album for “Bell Bottom Country.” SZA then set the stage aflame for the second performance of the night with “Snooze” and a gritty rendition of “Kill Bill,” accentuated with sword-fighting.
Afterward, Billie Eilish serenaded the Crypto.com Arena with an airy, orchestral rendition of “What Was I Made For?” Performing “Flowers” live on television for the first time, Cyrus relished the milestone with a fierce stage presence and her infamous adlibs.
This post was updated Feb. 1 at 8:03 p.m.
This season, winter chill meets video game thrill.
As the frost sets in, gaming enthusiasts can escape the cold with a retreat into the digital universe.
This post was updated Jan. 15 at 7:42 p.m.
The weight of history cannot stop Althea Waites’ momentum.
Taking place tomorrow evening at The Nimoy, the acclaimed pianist’s “Momentum: Time and Space” performance will include works from underrepresented Black composers, including recently discovered pieces from Margaret Bonds.
For its diamond anniversary, the Emmys are brimming with shining stars.
On Monday night, the 75th annual Emmy Awards will once again applaud excellence across the television industry, live from Los Angeles’ Peacock Theater.
Tod Machover is generating new collaborations.
On Wednesday evening, the MIT Media Lab faculty member and Musical America’s 2016 Composer of the Year gave a two-hour presentation at the Herb Alpert School of Music.
This December, a flurry of musical knowledge falls over Schoenberg.
Following a weeklong residency at the Herb Alpert School of Music, Grammy Award-winning vocalist Hilá Plitmann will premiere new student works in concert at Schoenberg Hall.
This post was updated Nov. 14 at 8:49 p.m.
Tucked away from the bustling city, Smorgasburg offers a taste bud traversal.
Home to some of the world’s biggest open-air food markets, the Smorgasburg lineup welcomes foodies in several major cities, including New York City, São Paulo and Toronto.
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