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Prince's Last Days Before His Death, His Private Life
As authorities continue to investigate the cultural icon's death, friends and other artists reflect on what Prince was like off-stage.
Joe Morton Plays Iconic Comedian Dick Gregory off-Broadway
Joe Morton, who plays Olivia Pope's father on ABC's "Scandal," stars in the off-Broadway one-man-show "Turn Me Loose."
Prince's Private Life and the Women He Romanced: Part 3
Growing up in Minneapolis, Prince was the child of a pianist father and a jazz singer mother.
Prince made a big impression on the Warriors
HOUSTON -- In late February, Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green was waiting patiently in the VIP area of Oakland's Paramount Theater for Prince to start what would become one of his last shows. Suddenly, one of Prince's handlers made an urgent announcement to Green and the lucky
Prince Remembered in Impersonations, 'New Girl'
While fans and fellow artists loved the legendary musical style of Prince , comedians loved to imitate the quirky star. Prince, for the most part, seemed to enjoy it. The musician, who died Thursday at the age of 57, famously used comedian Dave Chapelle’s image on the cover of his single “Breakfast
A Look Back at Comedy's Best Prince Impersonations
Comedians like Dave Chappelle famously imitated Prince's unique voice and style in comedy sketches.
Stars Remember an Icon
Don't even know that song but I love it. Does have a lives a little bit I love it. And I felt and found part about a fifth of them at that healing can't not dance to have friends are welcome back into our special friends skinny. And we start with some stern words from those who knew and clearly
'The Dean Scream’: Remembering the Infamous Iowa Caucus Speech
"We're going to Washington, D.C . to take back the White HouseYEEEEEAAAGH!” "The Dean Scream" -- part of former presidential candidate's Howard Dean 's infamous Iowa caucus speech in 2004 -- is back. The 11-minute-long speech (and screech) is being revisited today in the first film of a five-part
Serena Williams, Tiger Woods and racial identity in sports
You can't miss the term "black excellence" pulsating through Claudia Rankine's provocative story on Serena Williams in last week's New York Times magazine. Though Serena never goes there herself, the acclaimed poet and professor takes the journey for her, living vicariously through Serena's sass