(CNN)—On the dawn of the most historic inauguration of our time, we nervously await “change we can believe in.”Keep reading »
Politicians and pundits analyze every pre-presidential utterance and come to quick conclusions about what will happen under the new administration.
Wynton will make guest appearance on “D.L. Hughley Breaks the News” on CNN.Keep reading »
Saturday, January 10, 10pmET and Sunday, January 11, 11pmET
CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute,” launched last year to spotlight ordinary citizens accomplishing extraordinary deeds.Keep reading »
Celebrities who have participated in this year’s initiative through interviews about their own heroes include: Mark Cuban, Dana Delany, Cyndi Lauper, John Legend, Wynton Marsalis, Shaquille O’Neal, Susan Sarandon and Gretchen Wilson.
Here is the transcripts from Larry King Live, aired September 4, 2005 - 21:00 ET:Keep reading »
Before he’d finished high school, Wynton Marsalis was already a legend in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana.Keep reading »
In the years since, he’s become internationally known, leading the New York-based Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and releasing more than 25 albums. His 1997 work, “Blood on the Fields,” won the Pulitzer Prize.