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Published Date: 2/27/2015
Screen legend Elizabeth Taylor once said, "Everything makes me nervous – except making films," and making films was something at which she excelled. The two-time Oscar-winner spent six decades in front of the camera, taking on roles as diverse as Cleopatra and Maggie...
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Published Date: 2/27/2015
Fred Rogers hated television when he first saw it. That's why he devoted his life to working in the new medium, finding a way to turn TV into a means to educate and nurture audiences, particularly children. His landmark Public Broadcasting Service program, "Mister...
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Published Date: 2/26/2015
Johnny Cash was the Man in Black, one of the greatest and most influential country musicians of all time. His fame spanned half a century, from early singles "Cry! Cry! Cry!" and "I Walk the Line" in the 1950s to his haunting covers of popular singles like "Hurt" and...
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Published Date: 2/26/2015
Trayvon Martin grew up in Florida, dividing his time between his parents, who divorced when he was 4. When he was 9, Trayvon saved his father's life, pulling him from a burning apartment after the elder Martin was injured and immobilized. He enjoyed sports, both in...
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Published Date: 2/25/2015
Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz rewrote the book on television. As the married stars of their own TV sitcom, I Love Lucy, they broke taboos becoming one of television’s first bicultural couples and by openly acknowledging Ball’s pregnancy and incorporating it into the...
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Published Date: 2/25/2015
George Harrison is one of four names that have gone down in history as some of the very greatest in rock 'n' roll. As one of the Beatles, Harrison helped change the face of popular music – and though his compositions sometimes played second fiddle to those of John...
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