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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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  • William Hymanson, violinist, dies

    Violinist William ("Bill") Hymanson, the father of Marsha Hymanson of La Caņada Flintridge, passed away Jan. 11 in Montecito at the age of 100. Hymanson, a native of New York, had a long career performing for the film industry, according to his family....
  • Vacation! The mystery and magic of Mustique

    "THE evidence overwhelmingly suggests that money above a certain modest sum, does not have the power to buy happiness and yet even very rich people continue to believe that it does: the happiness will come from the money they don't yet have. ... While...
  • Aaron Hernandez Trial Opens Friday; Jury Selection Critical, Expert Says

    Aaron Hernandez Trial Opens Friday; Jury Selection Critical, Expert Says
    The trial of Aaron Hernandez gets underway Friday, more than 18 months after the former New England Patriot tight end was charged with murder in his friend's slaying. Starting at 9 a.m., groups of prospective jurors will report to the Fall River (Mass.)...
  • Joe Franklin dies at 88; interviewed 'plate twirlers' and stars

    Joe Franklin dies at 88; interviewed 'plate twirlers' and stars
    Joe Franklin, an institution of New York City broadcasting and self-crowned "king of nostalgia" who bantered on radio and television with celebrity A-listers and D-listers alike, has died. He was 88. He died Saturday at a hospice in Manhattan, according...
  • The 'Dedication' of a young pianist

    Justin Kauflin is a 28-year-old jazz pianist from Virginia Beach. Quincy Jones is a 79-year-old legend – winner of 27 Grammy Awards, producer of singers ranging from Sinatra to Michael Jackson, with a net worth measured in the hundreds of millions....
  • HSO Hosting Dance Contest For 'Music Of Michael Jackson' Concert

    HSO Hosting Dance Contest For 'Music Of Michael Jackson' Concert
    How are your moonwalking skills? If they are good you could find yourself on the Bushnell Stage. The Hartford Symphony Orchestra is inviting dancers of all ages to enter an online contest for the chance to perform during the song "Beat It" when HSO...
  • Paul Serrano, musician and recording engineer, dies

     Paul Serrano, musician and recording engineer, dies
    Musician Paul Serrano was a jazz trumpeter and recording engineer whose work included recording top artists across a broad cross-section of contemporary music in his South Side P.S. Recording Studios. Mr. Serrano, 82, died Thursday, Jan. 15, in...
  • 'American Sniper' fame could complicate Chris Kyle murder trial

    'American Sniper' fame could complicate Chris Kyle murder trial
    Court staff is preparing for the first day of jury selection here Thursday in the trial of the man accused of killing Navy SEAL and “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle, a task legal experts said is complicated by Kyle’s fame. Kyle, 38,...
  • Elvira set to meet fans at Shock Pop Comic Con

    Cassandra Peterson is just as bubbly and delightful over the phone as you'd imagine she'd be. Fresh from a morning run in Hollywood, Calif., Peterson phoned Take 2 to chat about her lifelong friendship with Paul Reubens, her funniest fan encounters and...
  • New Kids on the Block adds second show at Sands Bethlehem Event Center

    New Kids on the Block adds second show at Sands Bethlehem Event Center
    New Kids on the Block are taking over Sands Bethlehem Event Center, step by step. The group, which sold out its June 13 show at the venue in a record 45 minutes, just announced a second concert at 7 p.m. June 11. Like the first announced show, the new...
  • Grammys 2015: Weird Al Yankovic isn't just the comeback kid anymore

    Grammys 2015: Weird Al Yankovic isn't just the comeback kid anymore
    "Every time I put out an album," says Weird Al Yankovic, "people call it a comeback." Known for his parodies of pop songs like Michael Jackson's "Beat It" (which he remade as "Eat It") and Chamillionaire's "Ridin'" ("White & Nerdy"), the singer adds...