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Minnesota Man Accused Of Bringing Dead Mother To Bank To Withdraw Money

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RIP Joe Franklin, 1926-2015

The New York broadcasting legend was the first person to feature Woody Allen, Barbara Streisand, and host of other celebrities, and was considered a broadcasting pioneer. . “Like” us on Facebook Now read this:Obama Heads To Saudi Arabia To Offer Condolences (Jan 24, 2015) Alec Baldwin Writing Memoir (Jan 22, 2015) Liberace To Go On […]

RIP Ernie Banks, 1931-2015

Chicago Cubs legend Ernie Banks was the first black player on the team. “Like” us on Facebook Now read this:Lance Armstrong: ‘I Would Probably Do It Again’ (Jan 28, 2015) Je Suis Super Bowl: Why People Are Afraid To Say Super Bowl On TV (Jan 26, 2015) NFL Focusing On Patriots’ Locker Room Attendant (Jan […]

Crown Prince Salman, 78, will be the new king. Saudi state TV says King Abdullah, the powerful U.S. ally who joined Washington’s fight against al-Qaida and sought to modernize the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom has died. He was 90. The TV station said Abdullah died Friday. His expected successor is his 79-year-old half-brother, Prince Salman, who […]

Ethel Lang was born in 1900. Below is a graphic of what occurred during her lifetime. She as the last living subject of Queen Victoria. Her main hobby was dancing, which she enjoyed until she turned 98, despite being registered blind. She was also a keen snooker [it’s like pool]  fan, an “excellent seamstress” and […]

On the heels of the death of Brittany Maynard, who moved to Oregon where there is a “death with dignity” law, two New York state senators want the same provision in their state. “There are only five states in the country that allow for people to make end of life decisions similar to what Oregon […]

The Swedish-born actress was best known for her role in Federico Fellini’s “La Dolce Vita.” The moment where her character Sylvia, wades through Rome’s Trevi Fountain in nothing but a strapless black dress is remembered as one the most iconic scenes ever in a movie and one which turned her into a fully-fledged sex-symbol. Ekberg’s […]

Stuart Scott, a longtime ESPN anchor, died after a long battle with cancer. Among the features of the new ESPN studio in Bristol is a wall of catchphrases made famous by on-air talent over the years. An amazing nine of them belong to one man — from his signature “Boo-Yah!” to “As cool as the […]

Edward Brooke, the first African-American to be elected to the U.S. Senate since Reconstruction, died Saturday at age 95. Family spokesman Ralph Neas and Massachusetts GOP chairwoman Kirsten Hughes confirmed the news to The Washington Post and Boston Globe, respectively. Neas told the Associated Press that Brooke died of natural causes in his Coral Gables, […]

Donna Douglas was best known for playing Elly May Clampett, but had a host of other roles as well. Douglas also co-starred opposite Elvis Presley in the 1966 film Frankie and Johnny (she was Frankie, like Elvis playing a performer on a Mississippi River riverboat) and stood out as the hospitalized woman underneath the bandages in […]

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