- By The Culture Desk
From Amanda Gorman's reading of her poem, "The Hill We Climb," to Gaga's emotional performance of the national anthem, here are the standout cultural moments from the inauguration. Plus, the significance of the color purple and that "Hunger Games"-esque outfit, and the 10 best inauguration performances of all time.
- By Grunge
Bonnie and Clyde are perhaps the most romanticized outlaws of all time. At a time when gangsters and bad guys were celebrities, they stood out. No one knows who Al Capone's or John Dillinger's lady friends were off the top of their heads; the fact that Bonnie and Clyde committed crimes as a couple made them special. Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker met in 1930, and later went on a 21-month spree. Once they got started, they tore across various Southern states, leaving death and destruction in thei