We might be just a few days into December but I've been thinking about this year's Pop Culture Christmas List.
The celebrity quotient at this week's Chanel runway show in Paris was sky high. And as in Los Angeles, they're easy to spot. How can you not notice someone like Courtney Love amidst a sea of classically dressed and coiffed Parisians?
You'd think after touring for the better part of this year, rockers Semi Precious Weapons would use their time off the monster Lady Gaga Monster Ball Tour to chillax. Far from it.
Many people who'd been to Chanel for years noted it was the best, most elaborate show in Chanel history. Quite frankly, it was a spectacle more than an event.
Only two shows into Season 8, I'm hooked all over again. I already have my favorites, I already know who's going home sooner than later, and I think Season 8 has the makings of a really strong season.
Since the artist is using a pseudonym, the assumption is that there is a desire to have her work judged free from the context of her famous father, Kurt Cobain, and famous mother, Courtney Love.
Frances Bean Cobain-the daughter of the late Kurt Cobain and comeback queen/Meghan McCain bestie Courtney Love-stepped out on her own as an artist F...
Courtney Love, 45, has posted some outrageous photos of herself on Facebook. Love appears topless in some of the shots which are thought to have been taken a few years ago.
So for the men out there who really feel the need to date women 20 years their junior, I would ask them this: Why do you want to relive some of the most painful and difficult life lessons?
Melissa Etheridge yearns, Peter Frampton gets autobiographical, Mary Chapin Carpenter gets reflective, and Courtney Love is... well... Courtney Love.
Last winter, Mary Forsberg Weiland, the ex of Stone Temple Pilots frontman Scott Weiland, released her autobiography Fall to Pieces: A Memoir of Drugs, Rock 'n Roll and Mental Illness.
For the first time, Music Unites went down to South by Southwest to scope out the scene and lay the foundation for next year.
While I have never posed nude myself, I certainly enjoy such photos like any other red blooded male (and am programmed to do so according to scientists), and musicians are within their rights to present themselves as they see fit.
With the explosion of blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and the like, it is easier than ever for people to vent their frustrations and anger about each other and companies.
I spoke with two of the three Nico "Vegas" (Aja Volkman, guitarist Rich Koehler and drummer Dan Epand) about commercial success and what's up next.
It's one of the great philosophical questions of the ages: Is a band really a band when nearly all of its original members have left? This year has b...