Formed in San Francisco in the mid-1980s, Faith No More created a mix of metal, rap and R&B that came to define ‘90s rock ‘n’ roll. After a flurry of lead singer changes, the band teamed up with powerhouse singer Mike Patton in 1989 for its breakthrough album, “The Real Thing,” which featured its top 10 worldwide hit song (and video) “Epic.”
Rufus Wainwright was born into rock ‘n’ roll royalty. As the son of Loudon Wainwright and folk singer Kate McGarrigle, Mr. Wainwright had the spirit of rock instilled in him from Day One. But a troubled youth — and his famous dad being mostly absent after his parents’ divorce — gave him the fuel for his own musical legacy.
True-crime writer Ann Rule, who wrote more than 30 books, including a profile of her former co-worker, serial killer Ted Bundy, has died at age 83.
The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons has finally come to the heart of Mormonlandia, starting a sold-out, two-week run Tuesday at a Salt Lake City theater two blocks from the church’s flagship temple and headquarters.
An autopsy will be needed to evaluate what led to the death of Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of singer Whitney Houston, authorities said Monday, the day after her death.
Rapper Chief Keef’s benefit concert outside of Chicago was shutdown by police minutes after it started after he appeared in the form of a hologram from a remote location.
It was the signature opening of chess’s 19th century Romantic Era, but has become a rare visitor to modern tournament chess. Paul Morphy used it for some of his greatest wins, Bobby Fischer claimed to have refuted it, and even today, some key lines remain a subject of intense theoretical dispute.
The 58th series of Minimates from Diamond Select Toys offered fans of Marvel’s mutants four, two-packs of characters tied to last year’s blockbuster movie “X-Men: Days of Future Past.”
Following widespread criticism after two video clips revealed Planned Parenthood is in the business of selling the organs of aborted fetuses, the organization tweeted an encouraging message to its followers using animation from the new Universal Pictures movie, “Minions.”
The brief, chaotic life of Bobbi Kristina Brown was never really her own. Born and raised in the shadow of fame and litigation, shattered by the loss of her mother, Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina was overwhelmed by the achievements and demons of others before she could begin to figure out who she was.