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In the 1940s and '50s, photographer Herman Leonard found himself at the center of the jazz universe, front row to some of the most iconic performances by artists like Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, and Miles Davis. A new exhibition of his work, titled Herman Leonard: The Rhythm of Old New York, is currently installed in New York's Robert Mann Gallery. The series takes a comprehensive look at the artist's prolific career as witness to jazz history.Here, gallery owner Robert Mann shares his thoughts on the historic significance of Herman Leonard's work and little about the rhythm of old New York:I’m a native New Yorker. In high school, my friends and I used to travel down to Greenwich Village to hear jazz performers at clubs like the Village Gate and Village Vangu
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Just two weeks after Blac Chyna dropped her domestic abuse case against Rob Kardashian, the ex fiance has filed a lawsuit accusing her of attacking him and trying to use his family for financial gain.Kardashian filed the lawsuit Wednesday with his sister Kylie Jenner, who claims a home she owns suffered significant damage when Chyna allegedly went on a drug- and alcohol-fueled tear. Kardashian and Chyna had been renting the house from Jenner, who the suit notes once dated rapper Tyga, the father of Chyna's son."Rob and Kylie are compelled to seek legal recourse against Chyna for enduring several months of injuries in Chyna's deliberate attempt to extort the Kardashian family for her own monetary gains," the complaint states. "Chyna's desire to pursue a relationship and have a ba...