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Grammy fashion trends: It's a new brand of sophisticated, flaunting-it femininity for 2019

Grammy fashion trends: It's a new brand of sophisticated, flaunting-it femininity for 2019
  • Grammy fashion trends: It's a new brand of sophisticated, flaunting-it femininity for 2019 FWC: Grammy fashion trends: It’s a new brand of sophisticated, flaunting-it femininity for 2019

    Modern red-carpet watchers can almost play a drinking game to the tropes often displayed during each awards season, year after year (outlandish meat or safety pin or credit card dresses or an overt political statement — check). And that’s why the Grammy Awards typically provide a sartorial reprieve…

  • H.E.R. Performs ‘Hard Place’ at Grammys FWC: H.E.R. Performs ‘Hard Place’ at Grammys

    It was all about H.E.R. at the Grammys. The R&B sensation not only won her first Grammy, she also delivered a show-stopping performance. Taking the stage in a sparkly purple jumpsuit, the artist born Gabi Wilson performed “Hard Place” off her self-titled Grammy-nominated album. Donning her trademark sunglasses, the multi-talented songstress played a translucent guitar while showing off her powerful…

  • Above & Beyond blend edgy and uplifting in new single, ‘Distorted Truth’ FWC: Above & Beyond blend edgy and uplifting in new single, ‘Distorted Truth’

    Months after their new track’s live performance debut, Above &Beyond have released, “Distorted Truth.” In true Above &Beyond fashion, the arrival is a twofold release, with both an extended version and regular edit of the track. The song is a pensive, moody contrast to the group’s recent euphoric release, “Flying By Candlelight.” Rich synth textures serve as the backdrop to…

  • A Grammys without a Mexican, but other Latin music stars get their moment FWC: A Grammys without a Mexican, but other Latin music stars get their moment

    Even A-Rod got TV time. The opening of the 61st Grammy Annual Awards was a powerful and revved-up showcase of Latin music lighted with bright lights and dizzying spins through song and dance centered on “Havana” singer Camila Cabello and other Latin music stars, most notably Puerto Rican star Ricky…

  • Drake disses Grammys during acceptance speech, gets mic cut off FWC: Drake disses Grammys during acceptance speech, gets mic cut off

    Drake has been vocal about his disdain for the Grammys and the lack of diversity among its nominees. He’s been noticeably absent from the last several ceremonies, and passed up an opportunity to perform at this year’s event. So it was somewhat of a surprise when the Toronto rapper took the stage at tonight’s Grammys to accept the award for Best…

  • Bat at Clippers-Pacers game may have exposed fans to rabies FWC: Bat at Clippers-Pacers game may have exposed fans to rabies

    Indiana health officials say people who had contact with a bat last week during an Indiana Pacers game might have been exposed to rabies. The Indiana State Department of Health says anyone who may have touched the bat with bare skin when it flew around during the Pacers’ 116-92 win over the Clippers…

  • Why opioids hit white areas harder: Doctors there prescribe more readily, study finds FWC: Why opioids hit white areas harder: Doctors there prescribe more readily, study finds

    Across California, a blessing has become a curse for patients who dwell in overwhelmingly white communities: their ready access to opioid pain relievers. A new study of prescribing practices across all of California’s 1,760 ZIP codes helps explain why opiates, some of medicine’s most addictive…

  • Behold New Mexico’s ultimate pork fiesta: 43 pigs, 300 gallons of chile and 22,000 tortillas FWC: Behold New Mexico’s ultimate pork fiesta: 43 pigs, 300 gallons of chile and 22,000 tortillas

    It’s 4:30 in the morning, and Anthony Guardian has a problem: His cooking oil is frozen. He’s getting ready for the 19th edition of the World’s Largest Matanza, an annual fiesta in the small city of Belen, N.M., that celebrates the state’s historic nose-to-tail hog-slaughtering festivals. Sixteen…

  • New skipper sought for Mickey Rooney’s onetime berth in Westlake Village FWC: New skipper sought for Mickey Rooney’s onetime berth in Westlake Village

    Mickey Rooney, the late actor whose nine-decade career started on vaudeville and in silent films, probably wouldn’t recognize his old place in Westlake Village these days. The 1976 house was rebuilt from the ground up five years ago. But the view out the back might look familiar. Priced at $2.795…

  • Dodgers Dugout: Offseason moves (or lack thereof) are a puzzle with no solution at the moment FWC: Dodgers Dugout: Offseason moves (or lack thereof) are a puzzle with no solution at the moment

    Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell and I’m trying to make sense of the Dodgers’ offseason. Phillies get Realmuto For most of the offseason I’ve been waiting for the Dodgers to make a big move. Not because I necessarily thought they needed to make a…

  • ‘Vice’ director reveals the elaborate musical scene that didn't make the final cut FWC: ‘Vice’ director reveals the elaborate musical scene that didn’t make the final cut

    Dick Cheney may be one of the most unpopular political figures in recent American history – a CBS News/New York Times poll had him leaving office in 2009 with a staggeringly low 13% approval rating – but the current movie about his life has been an awards-season darling. The honors for “Vice” have…

  • Jason Momoa, Emilia Clarke and Samuel L. Jackson added to list of Oscar presenters FWC: Jason Momoa, Emilia Clarke and Samuel L. Jackson added to list of Oscar presenters

    The second round of Oscar presenters is here, with Samuel L. Jackson, Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa added to the A-list of Hollywood stars. On Monday morning, the academy announced the second batch of scheduled presenters for the 91st Academy Awards on Feb. 24. Javier Bardem, Angela Bassett, Chadwick…