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By Renee Lucas, May 29th, 2012
Anyone looking for a good time on the east coast this summer is going to want to check out Revel in Atlantic City. The property is modern and grandiose with a Las Vegas caliber casino, rooms, dining and entertainment. Beyoncé took the stage for four nights in a row this past weekend for Memorial Day where she wowed the crowd with chart toppers like “Single Ladies,” and “Crazy in Love,” but also showed a more emotional side, singing “I Will Always Love You” before thanking her “girls” (Destiny’s Child’s Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams) and her husband Jay-Z for their support.
By Mackenzie Gavel, March 1st, 2011
Just two short weeks ago, we were all blown away by her crazy, fun-loving, dare we say eccentric Valentine’s Day Party, and now, we get to marvel in awe at her intricate, inspiring collection of handbags. Ladies, Patricia Field is at it again with her new collection for MCM. Her deep designs make the handbags both chic and practical, with their adorable detailing and dynamic color tones.
By Eva Medoff, May 6th, 2010
Music videos, thanks to Lady Gaga, are more and more often starting to resemble short films rather than disjointed segments of dancing and costume changes. After appearing in a Lady Gaga video herself, Beyoncé has jumped on the bandwagon with the video for her single, “Why Don’t You Love Me,” which premiered two days ago. This time, however, the twist is time period: Beyoncé prances about not as 2009’s Sasha Fierce, but as 40s/50s character B.B. Homemaker. There’s lots of floral scarves, smoking and martinis—showcasing Beyoncé as some sort of R&B Betty Draper.