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Your morning-after report on the Grammys: Arcade Fire, Gaga, Lady Antebellum, and all those amazing outfits

February 14, 2011 |  6:00 am

Well, it's the morning after the Grammys and we all survived, despite some close calls. Eminem raged onstage with burning flames in the background and didn't crack a smile once, even after he won best rap album. Confounding the major label system, a Canadian band on an indie label won album of the year, smoting out Lady Antebellum's hot streak. But thankfully, most of all, the Bieber ninja drummers didn't attack downtown Los Angeles, as some predicted. It's a good day!

As just reward for your perseverance in the face of such dangers, we recommend catching up on the slew of coverage we provided for you on Pop & Hiss, Awards Tracker and Ministry of Gossip. Some specific links for you to check out:

Critic's Notebook: A night of bold moves and noisy risks at Grammys

Arcade Fire shocks Streisand, the universe, with Grammy win

Esperanza Spalding's win adds up to a big night for jazz -- mostly

Dylan, Mumford & Sons and the Avett Brothers bring an acoustic fury

Happy Valentine's Day! The bromance between Usher and Justin Bieber

Barbra Streisand stars at MusiCares concert, R. Kelly stars at Clive Davis' party

Aretha Franklin promises to be at next year's Grammy's

Lady Gaga has all eyes on her egg

Red carpet photos

Don't worry, we won't judge you if you click only on the last link ... but you'd be missing out, that's all.

— Margaret Wappler

Photo: Lady Gaga. Credit: Los Angeles Times.