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Video:: Unreleased Beastie Boys Performance from the Chappelle’s Show

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New Video:: "Where Have You Been" by Rihanna

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Fashion Editorial:: Vogue Italia Prom Night

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Nike Air – The History behind Tinker Hatfield designing the Nike Air Max

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Fashion:: Met Gala 2012 Red Carpet Looks

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Beyonce in Givenchy Haute Couture

See everyone's looks after the jump

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The Lounge 5/6/12 ft. @NextByRaphael @ChellzIsWinning @BGRZB @RummiKhan @SingleGrlSummer @Memobrown4 @iknowred

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Featured Topics:

  • Presidential campaign. How do we feel at this point? & the reaction to Amy Romney’s Commercial
  • Love/Hate: Social Network
  • MCA from the Beastie Boys death and the effect the group had on Hip Hop.
  • Has R&B gone POP?
  • Online dating would you do it? Pros & Cons.
  • Type of people
  • Meeting people you wouldn’t normally
  • Do men discuss feminism?
  • Would you date a feminist?
  • Is there anything sexist that pisses you off?
  • How do we know what real happiness is?
If you want to give your opinion about any of these topics hit us up on Twitter @lerockbox or use the hashtag #LRBLounge also hit us on Facebook and we will discuss your replies on next week’s show.
Catch The Lounge – Sundays at 6pm on http://radio.lerockbox.com
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Fashion:: McQ 2012 Fall/Winter Collection Lookbook

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Fashion:: Trussardi 1911 Camouflage Duffel Bag

If you’re planning a weekend getaway, this camouflage duffel from Trussardi 1911.

Fashion:: adidas SLVR 2012 Fall/Winter Lookbook

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Alex Israel Interviews Quincy Jones & Rick Rubin for Asitlays Project

Alex Israel’s debut exhibition in New York has everything to do with his opinion of Los Angeles, and more specifically, the innovators that gave LA its reputation for fame, success, and eccentricity. Israel interviews a range of celebrities such as Quincy Jones, Rick Rubin, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Rachel Zoe, asking them odd questions like “In the movie theater, where do you like to sit?” or “What do you order at McDonalds?” In this bizarre, artistic manner that strays from the typical “how you made it” interview format, you learn a ton about the high-profile subjects he’s chosen (and perhaps more than you wanted to know).

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