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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP)
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Jacqueline Kennedy is heard anew in Diane Sawyer's ABC special

    Diane Sawyer has known a lot about one of America's most prominent families, but she admits she's learning more now. As will others, and very soon. Given the personal friendships she's had with Kennedys over the years, the weeknight "ABC World News"...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    MOVIES OPENING (Friday) I Don’t Know How She Does It Drive The Lion King 3-D Straw Dogs NOTABLE TV Monday: Anderson (talk-show premiere; syndicated) Monday Night Football: New England at Miami (season premiere; 7 p.m.; ESPN) Bachelor Pad...
  • Close ties with the Kennedy family: Why Archbishop Hannan presided over JFK's funeral

    Close ties with the Kennedy family: Why Archbishop Hannan presided over JFK's funeral
    Phillip Hannan is not only widely known in New Orleans, but around the world for his close relationship with the Kennedy family. Hannan recounted his experience presiding over the late President John F. Kennedy's funeral mass to WGNO News before he died....
  • Charles Leo Coyle

    Charles Leo Coyle
    Charles Leo Coyle, a retired advertising executive for the Hecht Co. and the News American who was a World War II dive bomber, died of kidney disease Sept. 23 at the Hospice House of Williamsburg, Va. He was 88 and had lived in Towson for many years....
  • Smithsonian exhibit details White House furnishings

    Smithsonian exhibit details White House furnishings
    It is hard to believe, considering our national fondness for the White House and its history, but new presidents used to sell off the furnishings from the previous administration in something like a garage sale. In an attempt to make "the people's house"...
  • American Chronicler Gore Vidal Dies at Age 86

    American Chronicler Gore Vidal Dies at Age 86
    LOS ANGELES -- Gore Vidal, the eclectic author who faithfully chronicled the major shifts and upheavals in the United States in books, essays and plays, has died. He was 86. Vidal died at his Los Angeles home Tuesday evening of complications from...
  • Marilyn Monroe's Star Shines Bright 50 Years After Her Death (PHOTOS)

    Marilyn Monroe's Star Shines Bright 50 Years After Her Death (PHOTOS)
    Americans idolize their movie stars. They're a part of our pop culture. But few have earned the distinction of being timeless icons...like Marilyn Monroe. She died exactly 50 years ago -- August 5th 1962 -- but she remains very much alive in the minds...
  • Local wares put the 'Baltimore' in summer antiques show

    Local wares put the 'Baltimore' in summer antiques show
    Tens of thousands of shoppers are expected to converge on the Baltimore Convention Center this week for the 32nd Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, an event that has grown to become the largest indoor antiques show in the country. Serious collectors,...
  • The world of incoming college freshman, and other talkable stories

    The world of incoming college freshman, and other talkable stories
    Talk stories make you call a friend, tap a co-worker on the shoulder or send an email to a buddy: “Hey, did you see that story in the Tribune about the guy who stole Steve Jobs’ iPad?” Or the one about the historical marker installed...
  • First-family-to-be gets code names

    The Secret Service traditionally has given pithy, private names to those whose lives they protect. The monikers are a throwback to a time when electronic communications were not encrypted, and they no longer serve a security function. Still, they give...
  • 'Renegade' joins 'Twinkle,' 'Rawhide,' 'Lancer' on list of Secret Service code names

    When John Kerry was running for president, his daughter Vanessa joked that if her father beat George W. Bush she wanted her Secret Service code name to be "the hot one." Dad didn't come through for her, and the Bush twins probably got a good laugh out of...