Berry Gordy Jr. brought Motown Records to life, but his sister Esther Gordy Edwards preserved its legacy.
Esther Gordy Edwards, who helped build Motown Records alongside her brother Berry Gordy Jr. and led efforts to turn its original Detroit headquarters into a museum, has died. She was 91.
For his 50th birthday, President Obama danced barefoot in the Rose Garden with a group of friends on Thursday. The stock market had just closed at a two-year low, so the posh White House shindig was kept off the schedule. No photographers were allowed to capture images of celebrities and wealthy Democratic Party leaders living it up while the economy sinks just outside double-dip territory.
When Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee spoke at a House hearing last year, she made clear the federal government needed to do more to help disabled Americans and even talked of plans to introduce legislation named after singer Stevie Wonder to help disabled schoolchildren.
Laura Ziskin was a "Spider-Man" novice when she first met with her future producing partner on the blockbuster film franchise.
There are different levels of celebrity at Bonnaroo and Warren Haynes belongs in the elite group.
In the end, it was just Oprah.
Hundreds of giddy fans struck by their luck at getting tickets to be a part of history gathered outside Oprah Winfrey's television studio in Chicago Tuesday awaiting the taping of her final talk show.
After five years of dormancy, the Billboard Music Awards were revived Sunday with a major dose of star power.