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Published Date: 8/3/2015
Dolores del Rio was one of the greatest Hollywood stars ever to come out of Mexico. Unlike many Hollywood imports, she had her big break in U.S. cinema and then, after establishing her career, she returned home to become a star there. She got her start in silent films,...
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Published Date: 8/3/2015
Arthur Lee was the leader of the 1960s and '70s band Love, a hard-to-pin-down group that incorporated elements of folk rock, psychedelia, garage rock, and R&B: a potent cocktail that made their music unforgettable. Though the band achieved only moderate success in...
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Published Date: 8/2/2015
Carroll O'Connor helped to redefine television comedy in the 1970s as Archie Bunker, using the medium to tackle issues of race relations, women's rights and other serious topics. On "All in the Family," and later "Archie Bunker's Place," O'Connor spent years as the...
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Published Date: 8/2/2015
Shari Lewis enchanted children for decades with her puppet friend Lamb Chop. She breathed life into the sock-puppet sheep and a host of other friendly creatures, establishing rich characters that endured for decades on her many programs and guest appearances on various...
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Published Date: 8/1/2015
Jerry Garcia led the counterculture of the 1960s in a musical movement that included peace, love and lots of extended musical interludes. As the leader of the Grateful Dead, he oversaw the development of the jam band, a popular genre that continues to grow today, as he...
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Published Date: 8/1/2015
Corazon Aquino went from self-described "plain housewife" to president of the Philippines in 1986, swept into office by the People Power Revolution. She was widowed in 1983 when her husband, Sen. Benigno Aquino, was assassinated upon returning from exile. His death...
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