The teens and tweens came out in droves to the Xcel for heartthrob Justin Bieber, Minnesota's Owl City, Colbie Caillat, Jordin Sparks, Boys Like Girls, 3Oh!3, Pitbull and Jay Sean. Each put on short, hit-packed sets with Adam Lambert of American Idol presiding as special guest host. PHOTOS BY TONY NELSON on December 5, 2009
Adam Yauch, Beastie Boy founder, political advocate and lifetime New Yorker, died on May 4, 2012.
For more on Adam Yauch's life and death, check out obituaries from the Village Voice, L.A Weekly and OC Weekly:
Adam Yauch, R.I.P.
Adam Yauch is Dead: RIP Beastie Boy MCA.
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Har Mar Superstar graced the Weisman Art Museum on Saturday night with tall boys and a half-naked performance. The sold out crowd dined on snacks & free alcohol before belly-ing up to the stage to cheer on their hometown hero. Even the guitar player was wearing a cape. PHOTOS BY STACY SCHWARTZ
In the venn diagram of spring festivities, Cinco de Mayo and the Kentucky Derby have a lot in common, and day-drinking is just the beginning. This year, they both fall on Saturday. Whether you're fighting your hangover with tacos or a hot brown, here's your guide to celebrating them...
Twin Cities Hip Hop stalwarts Doomtree celebrated their fifth consecutive "Blowout" at First Avenue on Saturday night. The sold out performance brought the collective all together for the first time in a year - and the good friends immortalized their reunion with an energy packed show. PHOTOS...
As the sun beat down on the Empire Polo Fields, people took shelter under umbrellas or just stripped down and enjoyed the heat. Meanwhile, the Sahara tent was a sweatbox of EDM madness. All photos by Timothy Norris.
Sauce paid homage to the cozy face decoration this week and featured Gystorm on stage with many beardos in the audience. We paid homage with our post about celebrity beards. PHOTOS BY DENIS JEONG PLASTER on March 31, 2010
SXSW concludes in Austin, TX. Time to shower, sober up, get a good night's sleep, and get back to the real world. Depressed yet? Have a look at this chronicle of day four and relive the good times, with Ian Moore, Plush, The Tontons, and more. PHOTOS BY MARK C. AUSTIN
Zero 7 showcased tracks from their new album Yeah Ghost at Epic this past Saturday, December 5th, bouncing from soulful trip-hop to toe-tapping tracks like "Mr. McGee," with drifting atmospheric instrumentals and fan favorites like "Destiny" in between. PHOTOS BY ANNA GULBRANDSEN