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June 17, 2008 Rapper, producer, fashion designer, restaurateur, grass-roots organizer and Broadway actor? Sean "Diddy" Combs might be the hardest-working man in hip-hop. He talks to Terry Gross about his career — and the "characters" behind his ever-changing names.
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October 30, 2006 Sean Combs, known as "Diddy" to his fans, has released his first album in five years. The rap star and entrepreneur has a net worth of more than a quarter of a billion dollars. He hopes to add to his wealth with his new CD Press Play.
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October 11, 2006 The fashion sensibilities of African-American tastemakers, from Cab Calloway to Beyonce have had a major influence on the global fashion industry. A new museum exhibit charts the evolution of black fashion.
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March 13, 2001 Noah Adams talks with Ralph Gardner Jr., who is covering the Puffy Combs trial for the New York Observer about closing arguments in the Puffy Combs trial. Yesterday, the defense made their closing arguments, and today was the prosecution's turn. Gardner says today prosecutor Matthew Bogdanos started his summation of the state's case by playing recordings of emergency telephone calls after 3 people were wounded by gunfire on Dec. 27, 1999.
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