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Thomas Wolfe’s Family Home

Considered by many to be one of the giants of 20th-century American literature, Thomas Wolfe immortalized his childhood home in his epic autobiographical novel, “Look Homeward, Angel.” Functioning as a state historic site, the Old Kentucky Home is a memorial…

Nirvana Live at Rhino Records in 1989

On June 23, 1989, a young version of Nirvana, the seminal pop punk rock group from Aberdeen, Washington, played lived at Rhino Records in Los Angeles. The Smithereens + Black Sabbath = Nirvana.

Showtime’s Richard Pryor Doc Forgets the Comedy and Humanity

I laughed hard at the start of “RICHARD PRYOR: OMIT THE LOGIC.” But as the documentary got rolling it turned into more of a tabloid take on the comedian’s harrowing life — one packed with drugs, alcohol and numerous marriages…

Kurt Cobain Signs Autograph for Boy Backstage at Reading Music Festival

A boy named Craig is anxious to meet Kurt Cobain. His father stops Kurt after a live show in 1992 to get an autograph for his son Craig. “Did he make it here?” Kurt asks. “Don’t smoke. Take care.”

12 Questions for Woody Allen

Director and comedian Woody Allen is interviewed by filmmaker Robert Weide, who made a documentary about Mr. Allen.
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