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  • Edna Anderson-Owens, assistant to Berry Gordy, dies at 76

    Edna Anderson-Owens, assistant to Berry Gordy, dies at 76
    Edna Anderson-Owens, the longtime assistant to Motown founder Berry Gordy, has died. She was 76.
  • On Theater: 'Motown' delivers a soulful mix of music and drama

    On Theater: 'Motown' delivers a soulful mix of music and drama
    America's popular music from a half-century ago has been big business on the local theater scene. Over the past year, audiences have been treated to "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," the Four Seasons show "Jersey Boys" and now "Motown, the Musical,"...

    'Motown' takes a historical stroll through music

    'Motown' takes a historical stroll through music
    Motown history has a new life. The record company that has been making a mark on the music industry since its beginnings more than 50 years ago on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit, will take the spotlight in "Motown: The Musical," opening Tuesday for a...

    George Clinton's bottomless well of funk

    Over 10 minutes, Funkadelic's "Baby Like Fonkin' It Up" throws in about 17 different types of melody — horns play jazz, singers trill familiar-sounding "da da das," a rapper demands to "promise you'll keep the funk" and George Clinton's unmistakably...

    'Motown' is music to the ears, but the message is missing

    The story of Motown Records is a rich and important one. It's not only the rags-to-riches story of a record label that rose out of inner-city Detroit to become a cornerstone in the foundation of postwar American music, but one in which a body of work...