Rock and roll singer Tina Turner, right, and Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame awards ceremony in New York City, Jan. 18, 1989. Jagger is one of the inductees. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan)
"Today Show" host Jane Pauley, left plays to the audience while speaking with David Letterman during the taping of Thursday's "Late Night with David Letterman" show at NBC studios In New York December 28, 1989. The two were speaking about Pauley's final appearance on Friday on as host on "To…
No. 98 tie: "Late Night with David Letterman" -- Comedian Richard Pryor shares a laugh with David Letterman during the "David Letterman Show" in New York January 15, 1987. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan)
Jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald, 70-year-old "First Lady of Song," belts out a number during her concert at Carnegie Hall in New York, June 26, 1988. The show was part of this year's star-studded, nine-day JVC Jazz Festival, now underway in clubs and concert halls throughout the city. (AP Photo/…
Arizona's Steve Kerr reaches for the ball as Oklahoma's Mookie Blaylock (10) presses from behind during the first half of their semifinal game at the final four tournament in Kansas City, Saturday, April 2, 1988. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan)
Sendak's obsession with children and their survival fueled his career of groundbreaking darkness in children's literature.
Jonathan Ive, left, Apple's head designer, and Jon Rubinstein,
then Apple's senior vice president of engineering, with an array of
iMac personal computers in 1999.