The singer, who died April 21, began requesting foods that were easier to digest, chef Ray Roberts told the AP. He was also fighting off “waves of sore throats and frequent upset stomachs.”
Prince‘s longtime lawyer, L. Londell McMillen, vehemently denied rumors that the artist was a drug abuser, arguing that he led a clean and healthy lifestyle, reports The Associated Press: McMillan told the news outlet in a phone interview Monday night that he “spoke to Prince the Sunday before he died, after it was reported that […]
The museum — which is free to the public from April 19-21 — will take place on Park Avenue during the United Nations General Assembly Meeting on the world drug problem.
The exhibition, dubbed “Taking the Stage,” will include the cover from his 1964 album “I Started Out as a Child” and an “I, Spy” comic book.
New drug reforms are slated to be presented to the United Nations in April.
Bobby Brown’s latest baby news might have caused him to seek help for his former addictions. According to the New York Daily News, the singer has allegedly returned to rehab following the news he is expecting a seventh child with wife Alicia Etheredge. The two have been married since 2012; Etheredge gave birth to their daughter Bodhi in […]
It’s important for us to remember that El Chapo’s biggest impact on today’s world, whether the nation wants to admit it or not, is destroying communities in one of our most treasured cities — Chicago.
The discovery occurred last Sunday when agents noticed something peculiar about the tractor-trailer. After a detailed search, over a ton (3,000 lbs) of carrot-shaped packages were found mixed in with the real vegetable.
When Chicago community activist Andrew Holmes was sent a video of a child smoking marijuana, he quickly notified police.
Investigators in the case pondered whether founding members of the famed rap group, RZA and Raekwon, are linked to murders that occurred more than 15 years ago.