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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

Top Michael Jackson Articles

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  • How the 'Blurred Lines' case could have chilling effect on creativity

    How the 'Blurred Lines' case could have chilling effect on creativity
    The weeklong trial has featured pop singer Robin Thicke sidling up to a piano to play songs by U2, the Beatles and Michael Jackson. Superstar producer Pharrell Williams attempted under oath to parse the difference between vibe and theft. Testimony in...
  • 'Good Wife' returns; 'Downton Abbey' ends

    This weekend, one of TV's best dramas returns, one of TV best-loved dramas ends its season, and one of TV's most popular dramas rolls on. "The Good Wife," back at 9 p.m. Sunday on CBS, reminds everyone why it's the best showcase for guest stars. The...
  • Arsht Center's 2015-2016 Broadway season includes 'The Sound of Music,' 'Cabaret' anniversary tours

    Arsht Center's 2015-2016 Broadway season includes 'The Sound of Music,' 'Cabaret' anniversary tours
    A mix of classics and new Broadway musicals is coming this year and next to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami. The 10th season of the Broadway in Miami series includes such titles as “The Phantom of the Opera” and...
  • Review: Orlando Ballet's 'Battle of the Sexes IV'

     Review: Orlando Ballet's 'Battle of the Sexes IV'
    The dancers lip-sync to the music of Queen in pre-taped video clips. Principal dancer David Kiyak bounces his pecs on the screen, and is a tap-dancing clown onstage. The audience does the stomp-stomp-clap that opens Queen's "We Will Rock You." This...
  • Erik Spoelstra as Michael Jackson (no, really) at Battioke

     
    Yes, that was Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra as (sort-of) Michael Jackson during Tuesday night's South Beach Battioke fundraiser at the Fillmore theatre in Miami Beach....
  • HPHS grad probes issues of Latino identity in one-man show

    HPHS grad probes issues of Latino identity in one-man show
    Theater students at Highland Park High School got the chance to watch alumnus Brian Quijada perform his one-man show, "Where Did We Sit on the Bus?" March 5, then engage in dialogue with the actor during a master class the next morning. Now 26 and...
  • Robin Thicke dances, plays piano in court over 'Blurred Lines' lawsuit

    Robin Thicke dances, plays piano in court over 'Blurred Lines' lawsuit
    The stage was a witness box barely 3 feet wide, but Robin Thicke sang, played the piano and even danced a little in his seat during his testimony Wednesday for his copyright trial against Marvin Gaye's children. Thicke took the stand in a federal...
  • Hit musical brings Motown to O-town

    Hit musical brings Motown to O-town
    "Motown the Musical," the Broadway hit coming to Orlando next week, boasts one of the most recognizable song catalogs in the world. Warren Adams is one of the choreographers of the jukebox musical, which looks at the founding of the legendary pop-soul...
  • Amid high scoring, defense still a priority

    Amid high scoring, defense still a priority
    Thus far, Goran Dragic has brought everything that was expected. The Heat are scoring at a higher rate, topping 100 points in three of Dragic's first six games. That doesn't mean they are ready to turn into the Phoenix Suns or any other team built to...
  • 'The Voice' recap: Guess who Adam Levine picked as his own coach?

    'The Voice' recap: Guess who Adam Levine picked as his own coach?
    Well, that was awfully cute. Somewhere in the midst of Monday night’s blind auditions on “The Voice,” Adam Levine grew understandably restless and decided to try his hand at an audition himself. “I’m so terrified,” he...
  • Letter: There's more to come at the Alex Theatre

    It is hard to imagine a better place to live than Glendale. From the quality of schools to our beautiful neighborhoods and community institutions, we should all be proud of this place we call home. One major reason to live and work in Glendale is the...