Hedberg was an old-fashioned one-liner spitter like Henny Youngman, and an observer of the foibles of everyday life, like Jerry Seinfeld. But the simplicity of his format obscured the qualities of his work that make him a comic legend.
Whether you’ve seen the 2013 period drama “Saving Mr. Banks,” starring Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks as filmmaker Walt Disney or not, we thought we’d kick it up a notch and hear from the people who were actually there.
The story of America's most popular hymn, Amazing Grace, actually didn't come from America. It's the life story of English slave trader John Newton.