| Jan 20, 2009
Susanna Foster, a singer and 1940s leading lady whose most famous role was the terrorized prima donna in the first talking version of "Phantom of the Opera," died Saturday of heart failure at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, N.J., according...
| Jun 21, 2008
Wallis Warfield Simpson, the Baltimore divorcee for whom the king of England gave up his throne, used to slip quietly into Sykesville to visit relatives, hoping the press would not follow.
And Betsy Patterson, whose whirlwind romance with and marriage to...
| Oct 6, 2009
43 year old Angela Ward started feeling sick on Monday and by Wednesday night she was admitted to Weatherford Regional Medical Center where her condition got worse. According to Weatherford school officials, Ward suffered two heart attacks and was...
| Oct 12, 2009
The Orleans Parish Crime Sheriff's Office says a man who was being booked into the parish prison died Saturday from apparent natural causes.
Mary Martin, a spokeswoman for Criminal Sheriff Marlin Gusman, said Sunday the man, whose name is being...
| Feb 21, 2005
John Raitt, the ruggedly handsome musical theater leading man who launched his Broadway career in Rodgers & Hammerstein's 1945 hit "Carousel" and later co-starred in "The Pajama Game" on Broadway and in the film version, died Sunday. He was 88.