Michael Jackson's arms were covered with punctures, his face and neck were scarred and he had tattooed eyebrows and lips, but he wasn't the sickly skeleton of a man portrayed by tabloids, according to his autopsy report obtained by The Associated Press.
The Chelsea Hotel, located on West 23rd Street in Manhattan, opened its doors in 1883. Over its lifespan, the Chelsea has served as a home for hundreds of prominent celebrities. Despite this rich, if sometimes checkered, history, the Chelsea was recently sold to a real estate company which could care less about preserving the place's character...
I recently read the legendary Gladys Knight's comments about hip hop and the culture thereof as it pertains to hindering the growth of Black music. In a lot of ways, present day Black music in a general sense is in a very bad state. From Hip hop to the level of R&B and Soul or the lack of in mainstream media, we are seemingly suffering across the board. However, my concerns are focused on the comments about hip hop.
Once AGAIN, the attempt to separate the generations amongst us as Black Americans is having much success.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- As dozens of buoyant Michael Jackson fans queued up in the Nokia Plaza to be among the first to see their idol's last performance, others watching the scene expressed mixed emotions...
Pierre (Romain Duris) was enjoying a flourishing career as a chorus line dancer until he was diagnosed with advanced heart disease. His plight makes him more appreciative of the little things in life, and he starts observing both neighbors and strangers from a fresh perspective ...
Beyonce Knowles says she will perform in Malaysia in October, two years after canceling a show in this Muslim-majority country after protesters threatened to disrupt the concert because of her sexy image and clothing.
Highlights of President Barack Obama's television interviews broadcast Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation," NBC's "Meet the Press," ABC's "This Week," CNN's "State of the Union" and Univision's "Al Punto."
Equal Time with 'The Empress of Soul'
Whitney Houston took drugs, including cocaine and marijuana, with ex-husband Bobby Brown, who was emotionally abusive during their marriage and at one point spit on her, the singer said during an interview that aired Monday on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."