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The legendary Whitney Houston was born on this day in 1963

Singer Whitney Houston accepts her Grammy Award on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1986 in Los Angeles for pop female vocal performance with ?Saving All My Love For You.? Miss Houston was snubbed for the award as best new artist. (AP Photo) Whitney Houston was born on August 9,...

ART: Marlon West’s Ink Tributes to Real Life Heroes Debuts at Museum of Social Justice in Los Angeles on 8/13

by Lori Lakin Hutcherson (@lakinhutcherson) Disney VFX Supervisor Marlon West (Iwájú, Princess and The Frog, Moana, Frozen) will have his own art on display in an exhibition that debuts at the Museum of Social Justice in Los Angeles on August 13. Since 2020, West has...

Kelis removed from Beyonce's song Energy, Chris Brown's racy meet and greet, and Nick Cannon's water park adventure

Beyonce has apparently removed a sample of that 2003 Kelis song “Milkshake” from her song “Energy,” following all of the heat and criticism from Kelis over the sample. Now the song “Energy” from her latest album Renaissance had revised versions on Tidal and Apple as...

Horror Authorities: Five horror podcasts that diversify the genre

The first horror movie was a silent film from the late 1800s called The House of the Devil, and even before that, there are written works that utilize horror as a storytelling device. The concept of tapping into fear as a form of entertainment is a classic...

In one week, three legends lost: Bill Russell, Mary Alice & Nichelle Nichols

FILE - Bill Russell, of San Francisco, wears a Boston Celtics uniform for his first workout with the NBA team shortly after having signed a contract in Boston on Dec. 19, 1956. The NBA great Bill Russell has died at age 88. His family said on social media that Russell...

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