"I didn't know how to move towards someone's face without them being repulsed," says the comedian
The soul legend recorded this version of "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" in April 1966
Selected sports reads from the recently unlocked 'New Yorker' archives
"If I want to see porn, I'll put a mirror next to my bed," says rapper, disputing report that he'll release music through site
The annual benefit will also feature Dave Matthews and John Mellencamp this fall
Singer opens up about chart highs after career lows
Award-winning traditionalist also named the Hall's Artist-in-Residence for 2014
The group alleges that the fan club's poor accounting has cost them $40,000 in damages
Another, more worn copy of the issue sold for $2.2 million in 2011
Parody king is first comedy performer to hit Number One since 1963
Edgar Winter Band and other groups on upcoming tour will play songs associated with Johnny
Legendary singer announces second volume of classic country covers
The Atlanta Falcons' running back – and photographer – is out to prove last year was a fluke
Insane Clown Posse's former publicist is suing their record label for sexual harassment
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When the Yankees great says goodbye, who will become the face of Major League Baseball?
Watch the former First Lady break the playful bad news to her son
In a new statement, Cissy Houston tells the network to "please, please let [Whitney] rest"
Grammy-nominated quartet show their Texas rock roots with gritty performance
From Jackie Mittto's Studio One Sound to Bryan Adams' "Reggae Christmas" and Magic!'s new "Rude"