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  • Robin Williams: Should Hollywood Do More to Help Stars in Dark Places?

    Robin Williams battled drugs and depression for almost as long as he was famous. Although he maintained his sobriety for nearly 20 years, friends say he slipped into a dark place over the summer, following the cancellation of his CBS series "The Crazy Ones." He checked into rehab in June, and on Aug. 11, at the age of 63, he hanged himself in his home in Tiburon, Calif. His wife, Susan Schneider, said that while Williams had stopped using drugs, he had been struggling with depression, and was suffering from the early stages of Parkinson's disease.
  • Martha Grieashamer, Chicago

    Martha Grieashamer, Chicago
    Age: 58 Writing letters since: The great Chicago blizzard of 1967 and the race riots of 1968 (more than 15 published pieces in the Tribune). Life Story in 50 words or less: Born and raised in Chicago's Jefferson Park; graduated from Steinmetz High...

    Davy Jones: 'Brady Bunch' star Maureen McCormick reacts to his death

     
    The Monkees singer Davy Jones passed away from a heart attack on February 29th at the age of 66. He's been remembered by fans, family, friends and co-stars. Today (Mar. 1), "The Brady Bunch" star Maureen McCormick talks about Jones and says a public...

    Davy Jones' death: A chance to say thanks to our heartthrobs

     
    Davy Jones death: Remembering Bobby Sherman, Tony Dow, Leif Garrett and other heartthrobs from back in the day.

    'The Beverly Hillbillies' and other great storytelling TV themes

     
    "The Beverly Hillbillies" theme song featured great banjo playing by Earl Scruggs. It also nicely set up the world of "The Beverly Hillbillies." But it isn't the only TV series to tell a tale in its opening moments.