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David Shing, AOL's digital prophet, speaks with Performa artist, Molly Lowe, on her performance, her inspiration, and what motivates her to create.
In this first holiday-themed episode of Inspired, Sabrina will share her expertise on everything from decorating for the holidays and gift giving to homemade crafts families can do together and managing holiday stress.
Learn to make a Christmas tree ornament with green felt and minimal sewing.
Katherine Rundell discusses her highly acclaimed debut novel, Rooftoppers.
From weight loss to cholesterol management, the new 17 Day Diet Breakthrough Edition is a research-driven and doctor-created program designed to help you achieve your goals.
David Shing, AOL's digital prophet, speaks with Performa artist, Jennifer Wen Ma, on her performance, her inspiration, and what motivates her to create.
Doctor Proctor, Nilly, and Lisa must save the day in Doctor Proctor's Fart Powder, a fart-tastically funny four-book series from New York Times bestsmelling author Jo Nesbø.
In this interview, dancer and choreographer Judith Jamison talks about studying ballet as a young girl, how she came to join Alvin Ailey's groundbreaking dance company that not only put people of color in the forefront, but did so with excellence, and Ailey's untimely passing that pushed her to into the immense responsibility of running the company.
Artistic Director Emerita of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Judith Jamison talks feminism and how she viewed herself as a dancer on stage.
Alvin Ailey's Judith Jamison talks about designing the Barbie doll for the dance company's 50th anniversary and why she's incredibly happy with the outcome.
Artistic Director Emerita of Alvin Ailey Judith Jamison explains the excitement and surprise at seeing people of color, especially women of color she idolized, on television.
Artistic Director Emerita of Alvin Ailey Judith Jamison shares the story behind her famous solo "Cry," including how she never actually ran the piece in its entirety until the premiere.
Judith Jamison explains that while there was - and still is - little money in dance, she and her company members danced for something more than money; they danced to communicate a culture and a story.
Artistic Director Emerita of Alvin Ailey Judith Jamison talks about leaving Alvin Ailey in 1980 to take on a different kind of performance... Broadway.
Dance icon Judith Jamison talks about women leaders in the dance industry and while doing so, has a revelation.
Judith Jamison talks about the philosophy of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and how it is truly a company, not one single person.
Alvin Ailey's Judith Jamison explains how dancing is one of the ways we tell the stories of our lives.
When a six-year battle with brain cancer stole beloved high school English teacher David Menasche’s ability to continue teaching, he set out on a journey to reunite with his former students, hoping to find out if he made a difference in their lives. Here David discusses his cross-country trip as he reaches the Pacific Ocean for the first time.
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David Shing, AOL's digital prophet, speaks with Performa artist, Ryan McNamara, on his performance, his inspiration, and what motivates him to create.
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From Led Zeppelin to John Lennon, from Elvis to Madonna, Bob Gruen is the world's foremost rock 'n' roll photographer. Bob joins HuffPost Live to talk music, photos, and the new Showtime documentary on his life, 'Rock 'N' Roll Exposed.'
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