Jazz legend Dave Brubeck roars into his 90th year like a young lion.
Barbara Walters is shown with pop sensation Justin Bieber during an interview for 'Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2010,' an hour-long ABC News special which aired Dec. 9.
Kennedy Center honors five in 2010, including Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, Bill T. Jones, Merle Haggard, and Jerry Herman.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (l.) talks with Kennedy Center honorees for 2010 Jerry Herman (Broadway composer and lyricist of 'Hello Dolly!' fame), country music legend Merle Haggard, dancer-choreographer-director Bill T. Jones, and former Beatle Paul McCartney while waiting for multimedia impresario Oprah Winfrey to arrive for a group photo after a dinner held at the State Department honoring the recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington on Dec. 4.
George H.W. Bush, along with Maya Angelou, Stan Musial and a dozen others, will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom early next year. George H.W. Bush was the 41st President of the United States.
Robert De Niro will receive the honor at the Golden Globes awards ceremony Jan. 16, actor Kevin Spacey announced at a news conference Tuesday.
Tina Fey is the youngest (and the third woman) to win of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Soul music singers Mavis Staples and Bettye LaVette bring a rare maturity and authority to the age of 'American Idol.'
Haitian-born singer and activist Wyclef Jean performs in New York City in February at The Standard Hotel as part of the launch of Hope, Help & Relief Haiti - A night and Humanity After Party. Wyclef Jean on Tuesday announced his bid to run for president of Haiti in the country's Nov. 28 election.
The former Beatle performed at a private concert for Nancy Pelosi, Stevie Wonder, and Jerry Seinfeld. He will play for President Obama at the White House Wednesday.