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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50.
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50. « Show less

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  • Katy Perry to play Super Bowl halftime show?

    Break out the fireworks, jumbo bananas, spark-shooting bras and pure joy of unapologetic pop music: Katy Perry will reportedly perform the Super Bowl 2015 halftime show. According to multiple published reports, the reigning queen of Southern...
  • William H. Macy directs the music of 'Rudderless'

    William H. Macy directs the music of 'Rudderless'
    To my surprise, before a May interview with William H. Macy about his big-screen directorial debut “Rudderless,” I was told the veteran actor and newbie filmmaker wouldn’t be able to talk much about the film’s plot. The movie,...
  • 'Thriller' dance party channels Michael Jackson, iconic video

    More than three decades after its release, the groundbreaking video "Michael Jackson's Thriller" continues to inspire spooky dances and zombie flash mobs. Chicagoans can learn some of those iconic ghoulish moves this year at the Halloween Thriller Dance...
  • Celebrate Halloween with your furry friends

    Celebrate Halloween with your furry friends
    You scoff and judge and take offense 11 months out of the year when you see a fellow pet-owner with her (or his) furball decked out in a glittered tutu and a T-shirt that reads “Mommy’s Little Princess,” and vow never to dress your four-...
  • Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to headline Moonfest

    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah to headline Moonfest
    When Alec Ounsworth of indie-rockers Clap Your Hands Say Yeah arrives in West Palm Beach to headline Moonfest, Saturday's boozy Halloween street party, he may be looking to crash at a fan's house. Since the sudden departure in 2013 of three of his...
  • Courtney Barnett's 'everyday' songs strike a chord

    Courtney Barnett's 'everyday' songs strike a chord
    Last year, Courtney Barnett released a song called "Avant Gardener" about surviving a near-fatal asthma attack. It describes a moment in her garden in Melbourne, Australia, that landed her in a hospital. "It was scary, I thought I was dying," she says....
  • Dance contract prohibits suggestive moves at Century High homecoming

    Dance contract prohibits suggestive moves at Century High homecoming
    Century High School Principal Troy Barnes concedes that he doesn't see a lot of "Michael Jackson-style crotch grabbing" at student dances anymore. But he does see other suggestive dance moves, including the popular "twerking." That prompted him to...
  • On Theater: 'Beat' earns its foot-tapping

    On Theater: 'Beat' earns its foot-tapping
    Recall any decade in American history over the latter half of the 20th century and chances are you'll conjure up some music to go with it. Each decade has its own definitive sound. This was the reasoning behind "The Beat Goes On," an original show...
  • Weekend festival marks a rebirth for HotHouse

    Weekend festival marks a rebirth for HotHouse
    When a nightclub dies, it's usually gone for good, lamented in fading memories. Such has been the case with the HotHouse. In its heyday — starting in 1987 when it opened as CIPEX (Center for International Performance and Exhibition) on Milwaukee...
  • Recovery exercises are also a controlled workout

    Recovery exercises are also a controlled workout
    Any athlete will tell you: Rest and recovery are critical to any workout regimen. John Platero, director of education for the National Council for Certified Personal Trainers, created this three-move pool circuit to provide a recovery workout that...
  • Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe

    Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe
    The west African nation of Equatorial Guinea ranks among the world's most impoverished places, but oil and gas deposits over the last two decades have led to extensive wealth, corruption and, in at least one case that became public Friday, the high life...