| Nov 3, 2011
Ann Rochford, of Columbia, and Klaus Deutsch, of Berlin, Germany, announce the marriage of their daughter, Jessie Anne Rochford, to Tyler Petrini, son of Janis and Andrew Petrini, of Grand Rapids, Mich., on Oct. 1, 2011, in Traverse City, Mich.
| May 30, 2011
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They risk their lives on the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, but as dangerous and difficult as that is, it's just as hard, if not harder, for many combat veterans after they get back stateside. However, for the first time in 17 years, a new facility...
| Aug 2, 2010
When you walk into the Taschen bookstore in Beverly Hills, it feels as if you are entering the lavish private library of an art scholar. Illuminated shelves are lined with stunning and elaborate volumes on artists, architects, photographers and designers....
| Dec 21, 2008
Robert Mulligan, who was nominated for an Academy Award for directing the 1962 film classic "To Kill a Mockingbird," died Saturday at his home in Lyme, Conn. He was 83.
Mulligan had heart disease, his nephew Robert Rosenthal said.
The director began...
| Apr 15, 2009
Simon Channing Williams
British film producer
Simon Channing Williams, 63, a British film producer who made a string of acclaimed movies with director Mike Leigh, died Saturday after battling cancer for several years, his London production company...
| Aug 6, 2009
Budd Schulberg, who exposed the dark side of American ambition in his acclaimed Hollywood novel "What Makes Sammy Run?" and won an Academy Award for his screenplay depicting the mob-controlled longshoremen's union in the film classic "On the Waterfront,"...
| Jun 13, 2009
Thomas Berry, a cultural historian and specialist in Asian religions who in his later life became a leading thinker on religion and the environment, has died. He was 94.
Berry died June 1 at the Well-Spring Retirement Community in Greensboro, N.C.,...
| Jun 11, 2009
Luke Cole, a leading theorist and practitioner of environmental justice law, who battled toxic waste facilities, mega-dairies, mining companies and other pollution threats in poor and minority communities in California and Alaska, died Saturday in a car...
| Nov 6, 2009
Thomas P. O'Malley, an engaging and scholarly priest who headed Loyola Marymount University during a period of significant expansion in the 1990s, died in Boston on Wednesday, apparently of a heart attack. He was 79.
His death was announced by Boston...
| Feb 2, 2010
Grammy viewers might have wondered what the bleep happened to the music.
During a medley performed near the end of Sunday's award show by rappers Lil Wayne, Eminem and Drake, CBS silenced the audio at least 10 times, presumably due to salty language....
| Dec 28, 2007
She was, by her own account, a "daughter of destiny," a pampered girl from an aristocratic Pakistani family who inherited her father's political mantle and went on to become the Muslim world's first female prime minister. But in the end, that destiny...