National Geographic Traveler: Beijing presents a comprehensive portrait of the city, including the dramatic changes it is undergoing for the Olympics. Detailed maps as well as specifics about the new transportation system help visitors navigate this intriguing capital city, plus interesting excursions beyond.
Paul Mooney (1941–2021) was a comic legend who wrote for Chappelle's Show, In Living Color, The Richard Pryor Show, Saturday Night Live, Good Times, and Stanford and Son. He played Sam Cooke in The Buddy Holly Story. His first comedy album, Race, was nominated for a Grammy, and he appeared in his own comedy special, Know Your History: JesusWas Black...So Was Cleopatra. He performed stand-up comedy to sold-out crowds around the country.
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