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Published Date: 5/25/2014
Charles Nelson Reilly was a one-man show. Reilly was a successful Broadway star, picking up a Tony for "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," and appearing in the original productions of "Bye Bye Birdie" and "Hello, Dolly!" He was also a prolific...
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Published Date: 4/23/2014
Poet and playwright William Shakespeare knew how to turn a phrase. Wethinks Shakespeare would have had a lot of fun had he been writing in the age of Twitter...
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Published Date: 4/7/2014
Watching a loved one die is never easy. Fortunately, people who have already said goodbye share some strategies and advice to make the process of comforting someone while they are dying a little easier.
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Published Date: 2/1/2014
Don Cornelius taught America how to dance every week on the nationally syndicated hit "Soul Train." The former Marine from Chicago's South Side had a series of day jobs before he took a chance on a broadcasting course, despite only having $400 to his name and a family...
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Published Date: 1/31/2014
As Super Bowl Sunday nears, we’re remembering legendary football players and coaches, fantastic performers and other greats from Super Bowls past. Browse our special slideshow to see memorable moments in Super Bowl history.
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Published Date: 1/25/2014
The camera loved Ava Gardner. At her first screen test, she had no idea how to act, and her southern drawl made her incomprehensible to the director. Once the film was developed, however, it became clear: A star was born. We remember her remarkable life today and the...
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