Consider a list of singers and entertainers that have embodied a wealth of accomplishments for half of a century that are still producing timeless works and garnering achievements, and you will have an exclusive group of individuals that have made indelible marks throughout their career. Ms. Stephanie Mills is on that list.
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By Flashback Tonight — 1 week ago
When Hanson released its Middle of Nowhere album in 1996, the family band became virtually inescapable. First single “MMMBop” was everywhere, while follow-up singles “Where’s The Love,” “Weird,” “I Will Come to You,” and “Thinking of You” also helped led Nowhere to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide. Fast-forward two decades and Hanson – brothers Taylor, Zac, and Isaac still collaborate – is headlining concerts at sold-out venues around the world, while releasing a new studio album every few years. The trio is currently on the road supporting their second Christmas full-length album, the recently-released Finally, It’s Christmas.
Hanson made headlines again a few years back when the brothers launched the Hanson Brothers Beer Company and released its first beer, obviously named Mmmhops. Proving their beer business is not a one-note venture, additional varieties have since come out, including some launched at their annual Tulsa, Oklahoma, beer-and-music festival, Hop Jam Beer and Music Festival.
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By Flashback Tonight — 4 months ago
By the middle of Family Matters’ first season, the world was introduced to Steve Urkel (Jaleel White). The high-pants-wearing caricature of a nerd was like a fourth child for the Winslows—so much so that the producers of the show eventually decided that the Winslows needed only two children. …And to this day in pop culture, many people reference the fact that Foxworth’s character, Judy, was sent to her room and was never to be seen again.
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By Flashback Tonight — 3 months ago
Corey Feldman—the child star of 80’s movies including Stand By Me, The Lost Boys, and The Goonies—is launching a $10 million crowdfunding campaign in order to create a documentary about his life that will include an exposé of the pedophilia he claims is an open secret in Hollywood.
Feldman has previously said that as a child he was preyed upon by older, powerful men in the entertainment industry. His late friend, the child star Corey Haim, was similarly targeted, he said.
“I’m not alone,” Feldman said in a video about the crowdfunding campaign. “I know there are thousands of others that have experienced what I have experienced in the entertainment industry. I also know that there are peers of mine who know exactly what I’m talking about and know all of the details but have been afraid to come forward with their own truths.”
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