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Kylie Jenner Biography

Voice Over: “She’s a reality star, a beauty mogul, and a businesswoman. This is the story of Kylie Jenner, the youngest self-made billionaire in history.” [Scene opens with images of Kylie Jenner as a young girl, growing up in the public eye on “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”] Voice Over: “Kylie Jenner was born into […] Read more

Leni Riefenstahl

Leni Reifenstahl was a visionary and the images she created on film proved she was a genius at making motion pictures. She hasn’t directed a movie in more than 50 years but remains the most famous woman filmmaker in history, and the most despised. Leni Reifenstahl was called “Hitler’s director.” Some contend she was also […] Read more

Libby Larsen

Modern composer Libby Larsen creates music covering all types of ensembles including, vocal and chamber pieces, grand orchestral works, and more than 15 operas. As a recognized leader of the generation of Millenium thinkers, she is highly sought after for premieres and commission work. Libby is praised for her inspired, dynamic, and vigorous contemporary music […] Read more

Lincoln: The Untold Stories

Shortly after 10 pm on the 14th of April, 1865, John Wilkes Booth crept quietly through Washington D.C. Ford’s Theater. Since the Civil War began there had been very little time to rest and enjoy entertainment, and President Abraham Lincoln was there to take advantage of the opportunity. Wilkes entered the unguarded presidential box and […] Read more

Lorraine Hansberry

Best known for A Raisin In The Sun, writer, and playwright Lorraine Hansberry was born in Chicago. The novel the play and the movie were based on centers around a black family and their struggles to escape life in the ghetto. She was only 34 when she died in 1965, unable to complete her promise […] Read more

Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott was the second of four daughters born to Amos Bronson Alcott and Abigail May. Her father was a renowned educator and transcendentalist philosopher and her mother was a descendant of a prominent Boston family. Alcott wrote novels and stories for adults and was a pioneer of realistic fiction for children. One of […] Read more

Lucky Man

Lucky Man – Michael J. Fox’s Memoir Excerpt from Chapter One – November 1990 – A Wake-up Call Gainesville, Florida It was Tuesday morning, and I woke to discover that my left hand was sending me a message, even though it was empty. Last night was a fuzzy haze of Monday Night football and the […] Read more

Mae West

As the daughter of a corset model and a boxer, Mae West ventured into vaudeville at age fourteen. In 1926 the thirty-three-year-olds icon wrote, directed, and produced “Sex,” a bawdy Broadway show that got her tossed in jail for obscenity. After taking the breath out of Broadway with “Diamond Lil,” she moved to Hollywood and […] Read more

Mariah Carey

That stunning voice–no one can deny its power. It’s one of the reasons why fans have made Mariah Carey the only artist to have a hit single every year of the ’90s. Born to an opera-singing mother and a Venezuelan father, Carey struggled with identity issues as a young woman. While trying to jumpstart her […] Read more

Mary Pickford

America’s first sweetheart was Mary Pickford, not Julia Roberts. In 1909 she took Hollywood by storm and audiences loved her. At seventeen years old she appeared in a film a week, that’s 51 in her first year […] Read more