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Oscar hopefuls, a holiday pop-up, and The Rolling Stones hit half a century.
November 16, 2012
Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones celebrate 50 years with a new movie The Rolling Stones Crossfire Hurricane. They are pictured here at the premiere.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year—that is, the time when Oscar best-picture hopefuls start coming to theaters. [Hollywood Reporter]
Speaking of seasonal happenings, LA brands Cult Gaia, Crybaby Presents, and The Tappan Collective have joined forces for a holiday pop-up. [Racked LA]
Meanwhile, Century City’s Avenue of the Stars gets a makeover with the installation of 22 animal sculptures by artist Gwynn Murrill on its median. [Herald Online]
For a sweet treat, head to the grand opening of Georgetown Cupcakes on Saturday—the DC-based brand will impress West Coasters with complimentary cupcakes all day long. [Eater LA]
While new is always good, we're impressed that The Rolling Stones are celebrating 50 years together...and still making music. [LA Times]
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