Bob Marley, the internationally famous and influential performer of reggae music, was born in northern Jamaica on this date in 1945.
Sixty-five years ago, at 8 pm Eastern time on February 2, 1950, the game show What's My Line? debuted on CBS-TV.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of Superman's first appearance in DC's Action Comics No. 1, published April 18, 1938.
Bob Marley, who introduced reggae to the world and gave voice to the passion of oppressed people, was born 68 years ago in the Jamaican village of Nine Mile.
As Bruce Springsteen, Jay-Z and Beyonce campaign for Barack Obama in swing states, Connecticut performing and visual artists are reaching out to voters here.
Upton Sinclair, a poor young socialist determined to do his part to make a better world, wrote his incredible book in the tarpaper shack that was his home.
Among the traditional union singers were professionals Matt Taylor of New Mexico, JD Thompson of Oklahoma, and Kenny Winfree of Tennessee.
The contract covers performers, recording artists and other broadcast professionals who work for ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox.
New York City Opera, one of the city's cultural treasures, stood at a crossroads this week, after contract talks broke down Nov. 30 between management and its two main unions.
Whole industries have grown up which hire writers into "content farms," paying them pennies to create verbal statements on virtually every subject.