Obituaries

Adolfo "Shabba-Doo" Quiñones, famed dancer and star of the films "Breakin'" and "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo" has reportedly passed away.

The comedian mourns the loss of his mother days after Christmas.

Together, Fletcher along with Jalil Hutchins dropped two gold and one platinum album as members of the group Whodini.

The Alexandria, Louisiana born actress was known for hit films such as 'B.A.P.S.,' 'How To Be A Player' and 'Cinderella.'

The legendary game show host was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2019.

Allen, who rose to gospel fame as a member of The Rance Allen Group, was known for a string of hits such as "Miracle Worker," "Something About The Name Jesus" and more.

The Scottish-born actor is best known for being the first actor to bring the character of famed international spy, James Bond to film. Connery played Bond, beginning in 1962 with the film "Dr. No." He would continue until 1967 and return for the films "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971) and "Never Say Never Again" (1983).

One of the greatest running backs of all time has passed away.

If you ever wore clothing specifically made for the outdoors then you need to take a moment of silence. The father to one of the greatest fashion inventions is no longer with us. As spotted on High Snobiety Bob Gore, the inventor of GORE-TEX, has passed away on Thursday, September 17. In 1969 Bob Gore stretched […]

The Emotions were best known for the hit "Best Of My Love" and singing backup on Earth Wind & Fire's "Boogie Wonderland"

Ginsburg served 27 years in the nation's highest court and was a champion for gender equality. 

The band won a Grammy Award in 1978 for their work on 'Saturday Night Fever' and Bell co-wrote hits such as "Ladies Night," "Summer Madness" and more.