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Read Michael Jackson Remembered At L.A. Memorial

July 7, 2009 – Friends, family, fans and luminaries remembered the King of Pop and performed his songs.

Listen L.A. Braces For King Of Pop's Public Memorial

July 7, 2009 – Thousands of Michael Jackson fans have descended on Los Angeles.

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Listen Law Students Study Jackson's Dance-Move Patent

July 7, 2009 – The patent was for an illusion Jackson performed in the video for his song "Smooth Criminal."

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Read Jackson Memorial: Read The Chat

July 7, 2009 – Read the chat that look place while the service was streaming on NPR.org.

Listen How Much Is Jackson's Share of ATV Worth?

July 6, 2009 – His most valuable asset is likely his 50 percent share of Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

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Listen For Sale: Your Michael Jackson Memorabilia

July 3, 2009 – Since Michael Jackson died, his signed letters, albums, trading cards are selling for huge amounts.

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Read Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough Michael Jackson

July 2, 2009 – Each day brings new revelations — and questions — about Michael Jackson's death and life.

Listen Apollo Holds Tribute To Michael Jackson

June 30, 2009 – It's been an ongoing street wake since Thursday under the Harlem theater's big red art deco sign.

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Listen Harlem's Apollo Theater Honors 'King Of Pop'

July 1, 2009 – The theater admitted 600 people at a time for a series of tribute videos and eulogies.

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Listen Which Michael Jackson Will You Remember?

June 29, 2009 – Michael Jackson's death shed light on the many conflicting images the public has of him.

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Listen Memories Of Michael Jackson's Music

June 27, 2009 – Youth Radio's staff, students tell personal stories about their relationship with Jackson's music.

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Listen Africans Mourn Michael Jackson's Death

June 27, 2009 – Dakar, Senegal, was the first stop on Jackson's tour of Africa when he was with the Jackson 5.

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