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Eminem

Eminem
Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on Oct. 17, 1972, is an oft-times controversial rapper who made his major label debut in 1999 with the Slim Shady LP. To date, he has released 10 number-one singles and six full-length albums in his career. He also has branched into acting, most notably in the lead role in the movie 8 Mile. (Photo KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL / DETROIT FREE PRESS)
Eminem, born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on Oct. 17, 1972, is an oft-times controversial rapper who made his major label debut in 1999 with the Slim Shady LP. To date, he has released 10 number-one singles and six full-length albums in his career. He also has branched into acting, most notably in the lead role in the movie 8 Mile. (Photo KIMBERLY P. MITCHELL / DETROIT FREE PRESS) « Show less

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  • Virgen: Ballentine goes for a ride

    Virgen: Ballentine goes for a ride
    Lonnie Ballentine had plenty of motivation when he went for a one-hour spin workout at GRIT Cycle on Thursday morning. It wasn't all about Mr. Irrelevant's thoughts of making the Houston Texans team. It was more about Orange County women turning into...
  • Celebrity calendar: A guide to celeb appearances in Chicago

    Celebrity calendar: A guide to celeb appearances in Chicago
    Want to know which celebrities are coming to Chicago? Here's a list of upcoming appearances -- from concerts and book signings to charity events and red carpets -- in and around the city. And if you know about an appearance that isn't listed below,...
  • Cutting off water to Detroiters another wrong turn for Motor City

    Cutting off water to Detroiters another wrong turn for Motor City
    A few years ago Chrysler made a splash with an Eminem-narrated ad for one of its cars billed as “imported from Detroit,” a clever play on the market-share battles between the domestic automakers and the Toyotas, Hondas and Mercedeses of the...
  • Dr. Dre moves his money around L.A.'s Westside

    Dr. Dre moves his money around L.A.'s Westside
    Dr. Dre has popped his Hollywood Hills West home on the market at $35 million. He's selling because he recently dropped $40 million on the four-acre Brentwood estate of supermodel and actress Gisele Bundchen and her husband, New England Patriots...
  • Facebook case presents challenge to free speech

    The U.S. Supreme Court announced this week that it will hear the appeal of one Anthony Elonis, a Lower Saucon Township man who is serving a 44-month federal prison sentence for posting on his Facebook page threats against his ex-wife. Although few...
  • Ed Sheeran multiplies his star quotient

    It's a story as old as Bob Dylan: a guitar-toting young troubadour heads to the city, gets a deal, hits it big and then goes electric. In 2014, his name is Ed Sheeran, he's 23 and from a coastal town two hours from London. His new record, "x," arrives...
  • Dr. Dre lists his place in Hollywood Hills West for $35 million

    Dr. Dre has popped his Hollywood Hills West home on the market at $35 million. The contemporary estate he just listed has 9,696 square feet of living space including a library/media room, a den, a wine cellar, six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. There&...
  • Pop music still lacks a gay breakout star

    Pop music still lacks a gay breakout star
    Frank Ocean made a bold, career-defining decision ahead of his 2012 debut album. Before "Channel Orange" was released, the R&B singer silenced the growing speculation about his sexual orientation. In a poignant letter, posted on Tumblr and initially...
  • Re-imagined Covers of Familiar Tunes Breathe New Life Into Trailers

    A creepy lullaby rendition of Disney's classic "Once Upon a Dream," a grungy version of Ben E. King's feel-good "Stand by Me," and a brooding interpretation of Robert Palmer's bouncy '80s anthem "Addicted to Love" all exemplify a growing trend: songs...
  • And the Beats Go On: Dr. Dre Buys and Sells

    SELLER: Dr. Dre and Nicole Threatt LOCATION: Los Angeles, Calif. PRICE: $35,000,000 SIZE: 9,696 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: Now that music industry mogul Dr. Dre has done dropped an eye-popping $40 million on Giselle...
  • On The Fly

    Should 11-year-olds be allowed to play in the U.S. Women's Open? Well, Lucy Li, a sixth-grader from California, qualified last month and will play in the Open starting Thursday. Stacy Lewis, the top-ranked player in the world, told USA Today that she...