Celebrities took zombies and skeletons to the extreme this year, but we're afraid no one can top Katy Perry's Cheeto get-up. Here's a round up of what celebrities wore this year, from Beyonce and Blue Ivy as Janet and MJ to Justin Bieber as a Power Ranger.
Welcome to New York, Taylor Swift! The locals are kvetching about you already. Swift’s new gig as New York City’s global tourism ambassador is getting a Bronx cheer (not that she knows what that is) from locals who questioned her street cred and mocked the videos she made for the city’s tourism agency, NYC & Co.
Jamie Searle and his band will perform music from several Burton films — including “Beetlejuice,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Edward Scissorhands” and “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure” — during a lavish Halloween show at 7 p.m. Friday at the Riot Room.
Greg Cartwright’s band has released five studio albums, each one different from the rest. But they all bear the heritage of his hometown. The band performs Friday night at the RecordBar. Spider Bags and the Josh Berwanger Band open, starting at 9:45 p.m.
So what was it like to perform the national anthem before Tuesday’s World Series game? “It was fantastic,” said music director Michael Stern, who led 63 members of the Kansas City Symphony at Kauffman Stadium, before the Royals took on the San Francisco Giants in game six. “The energy was amazing.”
They came from Bakersfield, San Diego, Long Beach and elsewhere across the Southland, about three dozen young women plus a handful of young men who had caught the eye of the gathering's host with posts about her on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and other social media sites.
We feel your pain, Aaron Lewis, we feel your pain. Singing the national anthem is not an easy gig. Lewis bungled his moment in the sun before Game 5 of the World Series by getting some of the words wrong.