Ah, the new Facebook and what your "likes" say about you. As you've (hopefully) read by now, Facebook's new API turns the social networking site into a bargain bin of users' tastes to sift through, store and sell to companies like Microsoft, Yelp and Pandora. Facebook assigns marketing information to your stats, photos and any update you and your friends "like," and then shares that info with other companies so they can target you elsewhere on the Web. One giant step for Facebook world domination, one small step for personal privacy. You are being watched. Read more in Alexia Tsotsis' "What Privacy Settings?" and click through for examples of what Facebook sees when you "like" something.
Check out scenes from the 2010 Air Guitar Los Angeles Regional held at The Troubadour on Saturday night. The nights' winner, Bride Of Rock, whose back fall from the balcony into the crowd that left everyone in awe, will be heading to New York for the finals.
Sick of festival coverage yet? Wait until you see Nightranger's pics from the pit, the VIP section, parties (Anthem Lagoon and 944's Neon Carnival) and beyond. Read more in Lina Lecaro's latest column.
L.A.-based performance group Aqualillies combines synchronized swimming and dance to reinvent old Hollywood glamor in the vein of Esther Williams for the 21st century. Read more in Liz Ohanesian's interview with Aqualillies founder Mesha Kussman.
Need a visual aid for your print edition? Jonathan Gold visits Mac & Cheeza in downtown L.A. ("Are there a hundred kinds of macaroni and cheese here, ones made with exotic cheeses and arcane noodles? There are not: You have it Mac & Cheeza's way, stirred with a slightly grainy cheese sauce and...
The Ali G Guy. The Antler Woman. The Squirt Gun People. The Girl with the Neon Hula Hoop. The Angry Luchador. The Celebrity. Everyone has that one person they remember from Coachella. Here are 40 of our most memorable.