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Published Date: 7/7/2015
Mary Ford's name goes hand-in-hand with Les Paul's – and the two went hand-in-hand, too, as husband and wife as well as musical duo. Ford sang and both played guitar, racking up No. 1 hits including "How High the Moon" and "Vaya con Dios." Ford also sometimes performed...
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Published Date: 7/7/2015
Veronica Lake remains an icon of Hollywood glamour and beauty, in addition to her success as an actress. She won acclaim for the comedy "Sullivan's Travels" and the thriller "The Blue Dahlia." She was one of the most bankable stars of the 1940s as the quintessential...
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Published Date: 7/6/2015
Frida Kahlo's best-known paintings are self-portraits – with flowers, with monkeys, and always unflinchingly depicting her famously heavy eyebrows. Kahlo explained her frequent self-portraits by saying, "I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the...
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Published Date: 7/6/2015
Louis Armstrong was one of the most popular and influential entertainers of the 20th century. Known as Satchmo, he was famed for his trumpet playing, his gravelly voiced scat singing, and his big smile. His rendition of "What a Wonderful World" is a timeless classic....
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Published Date: 7/5/2015
You may know Warren Oates from cult classic movies like "Two-Lane Blacktop" and "Race With the Devil" or from his work in Sam Peckinpah films including "The Wild Bunch" and "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia." Not long before his death, he gained more fame with a...
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Published Date: 7/5/2015
Ted Williams, aka the Kid, the Splendid Splinter and the Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived, won dozens of awards for his prolific hitting and excellent overall baseball skills. We remember Williams' life today as well as the lives of other notable people who died this day...
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