In the year 1983, a young performer by the name of Michael Jackson changed the way we looked at dancing forever with a set
The Ohio State University marching band celebrated the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson's album, "Bad," during halftime
Well, this doesn't happen every day. In yesterday's post, I talked about Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin's walk across the
As far back as Moonwalk, Michael complained of a biting and penetrating loneliness; despite all his success and fame, he never truly felt loved.
The Apollo Theater's memorial tribute to Michael Jackson might as well have been Mardi Gras in Harlem.
It's a paradoxical move for a man who claimed he never wanted to grow up, and yet moved to prove his manhood by grabbing his, well, manhood.
Dick's progeny didn't fall far from the gnarled, twisted tree. Liz Cheney has unfurled her writhing power-hungry roots, burrowing deep beneath the dirt filled with assorted creepy crawlies to feed her political prospects.
We believe the time is ripe for private industry to assist in creating a new era of sustainable, international lunar exploration -- a "Moon 2.0."
Michael Jackson transcended race. He was truly the first post-racial star. He symbolized America and personified all of her possibilities.
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"Does anyone have the cliffs notes version?" by Ctron Original Caption: A Michael Jackson fan's moonwalk fails to impress
In the 80's and 90's, Saudi record stores didn't sell -- in public -- Michael Jackson material, claiming his albums were banned. Yet, in secret, his music was sold and exchanged extensively.
For those that say reaching for the stars is a waste of time and money, I beg to differ. There is nothing more important than inspiring young people to think big and believe that they can do anything.
"It wasn't easy, but we did some digging and it turns out Walter did mention Michael once or twice," Mr. King said. "This is going to be a real treat for our viewers."
This is truly sad day for all of us who are old enough to remember this special era that Michael, Farrah and David symbolized, and young enough to worry, panic and grieve.
We're lucky to have Jackson back. Sure he's a weirdo, sure he's still afraid of SARS. But he's the best.