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Published Date: 4/16/2014
Robert Urich was practically inescapable on television from the 1970s through the 1990s. He turned up in everything from a "Bewitched" spinoff to gritty detective shows, a "Love Boat" reboot and even a made-for-TV film about a murderous bulldozer. His greatest success...
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Published Date: 4/5/2014
Kurt Cobain was only 27 when he died April 5, 1994, but the music he created has long outlived him...
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Published Date: 3/28/2014
March 30, 2014, marks the 50th anniversary of the addictive television game show "Jeopardy!" How much would you wager you know about America's Favorite Quiz Show®?
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Published Date: 3/10/2014
Corey Haim was 38 when he died, four years ago today. It was a life ended much too soon after struggles with drug addiction. But while some will memorialize Haim with stories of his difficult life, we prefer to remember him for his true legacy: the movies he made.
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Published Date: 3/9/2014
Robert Pastorelli, who died 10 years ago, was all over the silver screen and our television screens in the 1980s and '90s. His best-known role was Eldin Bernecky, the ever-present house painter on the hit sitcom Murphy Brown...
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Published Date: 2/18/2014
George Harrison was the youngest of the Beatles, just 14 when he began playing with a group of lads then known as the Quarrymen. He matured into an unmatchable guitarist, a talented songwriter and an open-minded seeker of peace who introduced Eastern music and...
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