Joan Johnson, Co-Founder Of Johnson Products, Maker Of Afro Sheen Has DiedThe company also helped the growth of another American icon which got its start in Chicago: "Soul Train." In the early 1970s Johnson Products became a sponsor of the groundbreaking TV dance and musical variety program, which went on to run in national syndication for almost four decades.
Printers’ Ball: A Party... But With BooksPrinters' Ball is a party in celebration of everything print! Free beer, free books, free entertainment, what could be better? No, really, what?
'Soul Train' Creator Don Cornelius Honored At MemorialFriends and family members got together Wednesday night for a love-filled goodbye to "Soul Train" creator and Chicago native Don Cornelius.
Museum Of Broadcast Communications To Honor Don CorneliusThe Museum of Broadcast Communications will honor “Soul Train” creator Don Cornelius with a special tribute Wednesday night.
Cornelius' Friends, Family Say They Didn't See Signs Of SuicideFirst came the shock of losing his friend Don Cornelius, then the discovery that just a few hours before his death, Cornelius left longtime friend and radio executive Marv Dyson three voice mail messages.
'Soul Train' Creator Don Cornelius Dead Of Apparent Suicide“Soul Train” creator and Chicago native Don Cornelius was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Wednesday morning in his Los Angeles home.
Don Cornelius Honored At 'Soul Train' Annivesary ConcertDon Cornelius was back in his hometown Monday, as Chicagoans gathered for a free concert to honor the 40th anniversary of “Soul Train.”
Photo Exhibit Commemorates Legacy Of 'Soul Train'The pioneering TV series “Soul Train” is starring once again in Chicago – this time in photographs.