While some Southern Nevada restaurants reopened Saturday, the first day they were permitted to do so following the coronavirus shutdown, others were taking a cautious approach.
Andre Harrell, the Uptown Records founder who shaped the sound of hip-hop and R&B in the late ’80s and ’90s with acts such as Mary J. Blige and Heavy D and also launched the career of mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, has died. He was 59.
The debut of “Love” was highly anticipated, to put it mildly. The theater had been dark for nearly three years, and a couple of Beatles were in the house.
Even if you’re lucky enough to still have your mother, and have a good relationship with her, there’s a very real probability you won’t see her this year.
Little Richard, whose piercing wail, pounding piano and towering pompadour irrevocably altered popular music while introducing black R&B to white America, has died Saturday.