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James Richard Sheegog 1954-2013 HARRODSBURG — James Richard Sheegog, 59, of Goodlettsville, Tenn., formerly of Harrodsburg, died Tuesday. Born Jan. 27, 1954, he was a son of the late Robert W. and Gertrude Parson Sheegog. He graduated from...
Robert W. Edgar Six-term Pennsylvania congressman Robert W. Edgar, 69, who represented Pennsylvania for six terms in the House of Representatives, served as president of the Claremont School of Theology and went on to lead the public interest group...
Jonathan Winters, one of the great comedians of the 20th century, died Thursday night. He was 87. Winters, who had been in declining health, died at his longtime home in Encino, said Gary Owens, who was his good friend. “He was one of the...
This post has been updated. See note below for details. Richie Havens, the veteran folk singer whose frenetic guitar strumming and impassioned vocals made him one of the defining voices and faces of Woodstock, and by extension, of 1960s pop music,...
William Wilson, who wrote art criticism for the Los Angeles Times for more than three decades, died Saturday after suffering from Alzheimer's disease for several years. He was 78. Wilson, who was diagnosed with the disease four years ago, passed away...
Newspapers ran through Roni Frye’s blood, first as a linotype operator at papers in her native Ohio, then as the owner of MacCarthy’s, a Fort Lauderdale newsstand on Las Olas Boulevard (next to The Floridian diner) that she ran for nearly...
Newspapers ran through Roni Frye's blood, first as a linotype operator at papers in her native Ohio, then as the owner of MacCarthy's, a Fort Lauderdale newsstand on Las Olas Boulevard (next to The Floridian diner) that she ran for nearly three decades....
Some female singers puff themselves up with bogus titles like Lady Such-and-Such or the Queen of Pop. But unlike those pale pretenders to the crown, Miriam Makeba, the great South African artist who passed away in 2008 at age 76, actually earned her...
Tags: Joan Baez, Entertainment, Music, Google Inc., South Africa
Sara Montiel Spanish actress was 1950s Hollywood star Sara Montiel, 85, a famed, sultry-voiced Spanish actress who achieved Hollywood stardom in the 1950s, died Monday in Madrid, according to her biographer, Peter Villora. The cause was undetermined....
Richard Griffiths, the nimble British character actor best known to American audiences as cantankerous, wizard-fearing Uncle Vernon in the blockbuster Harry Potter films, died Thursday at a hospital in Coventry, England. He was 65. The cause was...
Tags: Heart Surgery, Movies, William Shakespeare, Gandhi (movie), BBC
Bebo Valdes Pianist and bandleader who fled Cuba Bebo Valdes, 94, a renowned Cuban pianist who recorded with Nat King Cole, was bandleader of Havana's Tropicana nightclub during its glittering heyday and was considered the last luminary from the...
If you were a girl in the 1950s, Annette Funicello was the ideal of feminine goodness, your fantasy best friend forever. If you were a boy, she was your dream date, demure, doe-eyed and just different enough to set hearts pounding. The most adored of...
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