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What’s left to say about the UCLA basketball coach? We ask author Seth Davis
If laughter is anarchy no comedian was more radical than Richard Pryor, a kid who grew up in a Peoria whorehouse to become the funniest—and most trenchant—observer of race in America.
We found an eerie resemblance between these authors and the people they devote themselves to researching
James Brown liked Los Angeles without ever exactly feeling comfortable here. It was a place he kept coming back to, sizing up from various angles. In the early 1960s...