From poor little rich girl to inspiration for Holly Golightly to '70s blue jeans mogul, Gloria Vanderbilt’s life was rarely boring.
A tribute to the music and legacy of one of the greatest self-made independent Hip-Hop artists of this generation.
Aretha Franklin, who began her singing career at her daddy’s New Bethel Baptist church in Detroit at age 10, died Thursday. She was 76.
Philip Roth, America’s best-known writer of Jewish angst and second-best-known native son of New Jersey, died Tuesday evening at age 85.
Sue Grafton, author of the Kinsey Millhone alphabet mysteries and legendary pioneer for women in detective fiction, died last week at the age of 77.
Tom Petty, composer of the soundtrack to a generation of baby boomers—and beyond—died yesterday.
If anyone exemplified southern music at its '70s best, it was Gregg Allman.
Jonathan Demme, Academy Award winner for Best Director for Silence of the Lambs, died today at age 73.
Carrie Fisher was a broad for all seasons.
It's been a rough week: we've lost some talented people. Longing to know more about Gwen Ifill, Leon Russell, Leonard Cohen, or Janet Reno? We offer these selections.