Tina Turner musical on national tour gains extra meaning in the wake of the rock icon’s death

The national tour of Broadway’s “Tina — The Tina Turner Musical” made its California debut this week, arriving as a poignant, posthumous celebration following the rock music icon’s death last month. “Tina” opened in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre on Wednesday, June 14, steps away from her Hollywood Walk of Fame star and where she recorded for Capitol Records. It plays there until July 9, followed by two weeks at Segerstrom Center the Arts in Costa Mesa and stops in San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose later this summer. “We have always wanted to put audiences in the

Morgan State Alum Dropped Out, Drove for UPS, Presents University with $20 Million Endowment

“Morgan is so proud to call this son and daughter of the great City of Baltimore our own, and through their historic giving, the doors of higher education will most certainly be kept open for generations of aspiring leaders whose financial shortfalls may have kept them from realizing their academic dreams,” David K. Wilson, president of Morgan State University, stated in the release.