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November 2014

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Danny Clinch & Stevie Nicks Photography at Art Basel — Morrison Hotel Gallery

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In connection with Art Basel, the Dream South Beach hosts a fine art music photography exhibition, curated by Morrison Hotel Gallery in combination with D’Angelico Guitars. Founded in 2001 by music industry insiders, the Morrison Hotel Gallery has a vast catalog, representing 90 of the world’s leading music photographers and their archives.

This year’s event will feature work by the legendary Stevie Nicks and famed music photographer Danny Clinch. In addition to his work as a world-renowned music photographer, Clinch is a three time GRAMMY® Award-nominated director. His unforgettable images have also been featured in Rolling Stone, SPIN, Vanity Fair, Esquire, GQ, and the New York Times Magazine. His photographic exhibit at the Dream South Beach will chronicle Clinch’s career with more than 200 images of iconic musicians, along with personal anecdotes and a written contribution by Bruce Springsteen.

The Stevie Nicks exhibit, ’24 Karat Gold,’ will take you into the rock icon’s private world with her personal Polaroid collection. Stevie Nicks herself will also enrich the exhibition with unique recollections.

All of the gallery’s displayed images on December 4th and 5th will be for sale, and clients can view additional images in a separate suite. Clinch’s book, Danny Clinch: Still Moving (Abrams), is also available for purchase, as is Stevie Nicks new album, 24 Karat Gold – Songs From the Vault . You can also catch Fleetwood Mac on tour.

Enjoy images from the event below.

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Danny Clinch/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

© Stevie Nicks/Morrison Hotel Gallery

Monday

24

November 2014

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The Worst Performances of the AMAs — WATCH NOW

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Though I usually refrain from negative commentary, I’ll make an exception for some very awful AMA performances, starting with Iggy, whose choreography idea was so incredibly dated, it’s almost embarrassing. How many paparazzi-based intrusion openers can we see on stage? I’d encourage her team to get a little more creative. As for the jungle gym, no comment. Next, there is Charli XCX, who took prom a little too literally. Retro is fine, but without a twist, it’s just tired. This is also all too close to Katy Perry. It’s time for Charli XCX to re-brand. Third, there’s Selena Gomez, who is slightly tough to support considering her ballad is about Justin Bieber, which makes empathy impossible. The performance gets a pass, but unless Gomez plans to step up her game with a discernible identity, I’m not sure what place she holds in the pop world. Last and certainly least was Christina Milian and Lil Wayne, who struggled from start to finish. The live mix had severe issues, with Milian mixed cartoonishly low, which unfortunately highlighted Lil Wayne’s many struggles.

Enjoy each performance below, and my apologies in advance to any artist reading this that I offended. The goal here was constructive criticism, and hopefully that was accomplished.


Lil Wayne & Christina Milian – Start A Fire… by uploaderdisney

Monday

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November 2014

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Sunday

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November 2014

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Sunday

23

November 2014

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Quote of the Day: Ben Affleck on Bill Maher Spat

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Guest #1- Patrick Ruffini- Republican Political Strategist Guest #2- Jonathan Alter- Senior Editor, Newsweek Guest #3- Dr. Cornel West- Princeton University In Studio Guest #1- Phillippe Cousteau, Jr.- CEO, EarthEcho International In Studio Guest #2- Scot

“I was ultimately making a ‘Sesame Street’ argument. You don’t judge a whole group of people based on the actions of a few . . . . I think I’d rather tell the truth and say what I believe in and make people unhappy than sort of pretend to think something else to accommodate them and try to be liked. That’s just the way it goes and I don’t think I’m any great champion of anything, but if they’re going to put me on a show, I’m going to say what I think.” Ben Affleck, on his very public argument with Bill Maher about Islam.

Sunday

23

November 2014

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Olivia Pope v. Cyrus Beene: #BITCHBABY Scene

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Scandal creator Shonda Rimes has a dream, and it’s to make it possible for the real world to welcome a woman who could successfully call a man a “bitch baby,” and still command respect. In the land of Shonda Rimes, women are powerful, and that power is not associated with stereotypical buzzwords, such as “angry black woman.” Watch as Kerry Washington and Jeff Perry engage in a heated exchange about whether Cyrus Beene has lost his mojo after a humiliating sex scandal.

Saturday

22

November 2014

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Jimmy Fallon Covers U2 in Place of Bono

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When Bono bailed on Jimmy Fallon due to a bike accident, his team quickly turned things around with a set of last-minute sketches that proved his prowess as the top late night host. Fallon used Bono’s planned wardrobe and sang ‘Desire’ alongside The Roots. Though the entire week was set aside for Bono’s residency to promote U2’s new album, a curve ball won’t stop the man with many talents. Watch below to see Fallon kill it  while wearing the Irishman’s signature shades.

Saturday

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November 2014

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Weekly News Rundown: Your Week of Links

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Winnie from ‘The Wonder Years’ has wed. Rumor Fix

Kendall Jenner is not dating Justin Bieber. Billboard

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick might be done. Contact Music

Parenthood’s Erika Christensen is engaged. Digital Spy

Khloe Kardashian still wants to be married to Lamar Odom. E! Online

Ricki Lake’s husband is protesting their prenup. TMZ

Cody Simpson and Gigi Hadid are getting cozy. Just Jared. 

Kim Kardashian got Dave Grohl sober. Fish Wrapper

Kelsey Grammer’s daughter Greer is Miss Golden Globe. Us Mag

Friday

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November 2014

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tUnE-yArDs Ticket Giveaway! Live at The Wiltern

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IMG_1114.JPGAngelinos are in luck! tUnE-yArDs will visit The Wiltern for a highly-anticipated performance on December 10 with special guest Cibo Matto, and I’ve got two tickets to give away! The indie-pop, afrobeat influenced band is the brainchild of the very memorable Merrill Garbus, and her eclectic musical mix cannot be missed.

FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK for your chance to win two tickets to what’s guaranteed to be an unforgettable evening.

Friday

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November 2014

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Don Lemon Questions Bill Cosby’s Rape Accuser: “Use Your Teeth?”

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CNN has long been the source of scathing public criticism considering their choice of “news” topics and corresponding left-leaning coverage, but Don Lemon elevated that status to the danger zone with his blame-the-victim comments during an interview with one of Bill Cosby’s alleged victims. Lemon suggested that “forced” oral sex is questionable and implied that Joan Tarshis could have simply used her teeth to end the abuse. I need not explain the offense here, because it’s obvious through many years of empirical evidence that victims don’t always fight back for a plethora of reasons. I’m guessing Lemon’s ignorance was a veiled attempt to question the truth of her claims, but it did not go over well. Watch the ridiculous interview below.

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