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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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  • Michelle O. vs Jackie O.

     
    by Rebecca Cole Michelle Obama departs Tuesday for her inaugural European trip as First Lady, joining husband Barack as he makes the rounds during the G-20 summit in London. With much ink already spilt over the first lady's style -......
  • Michelle Obama: Defining the first lady

     
    by Mark Silva In her short time on the national stage, Michelle Obama may have gone a long way to redefine the role of the first lady. President Barack Obama promised "change.'' Michelle Obama represents it - according to 44......
  • Michelle Obama 'taken country by storm'

     
    by Mark Silva Michelle Obama has "taken the country by storm.'' When a serious-minded pollster such as Andrew Kohut offers that explanation for the first lady's soaring approval ratings, it's time to take a closer look: The public's opinion of......
  • Obama's Italian rep: Kerry's old friend

     
    by Mark Silva In the diplomatic trade, the hardship embassies go to career diplomats. The posh posts often go to the privileged and campaign contributors. So it goes in Rome, where the American ambassador resides in a gardened villa the......
  • Arlington burial: Kennedy near brothers

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 5:30 pm EDT Sen. Edward M. Kennedy will be buried Saturday at Arlington National Cemetery near his brothers, former President John F. Kennedy and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, the Pentagon said today. Kennedy, 77,......
  • A dreamy night with Mary Costa and 'Sleeping Beauty'

     
    DISNEY'S D23 EXPO Say what you will about the Mouse House, but no Hollywood power holds onto its heritage with the fervor of the Walt Disney Co., which means a lot to the stars and artists of past classics still......
  • 'The Amazing Race': Zev and Justin's heartbreaking exit

     
    I am absolutely devastated. I had intended to write this week's 'Amazing Race' column about the scary fact that most of the contestants couldn't recognize Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis from a photograph (with various competitors saying that she was either a....
  • Nicole Richie gets restraining order against two paparazzi

     
    A Los Angeles judge today granted a temporary restraining order against two paparazzi accused of stalking Nicole Richie and her young children. The restraining order, which was signed by L.A. Superior Court Judge David S. Cunningham III, requires that...
  • Congratulations

    Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
  • Rare Photo of Marilyn Monroe with JFK, RFK Unveiled to Public

    Rare Photo of Marilyn Monroe with JFK, RFK Unveiled to Public
    LOS ANGELES -- A rare photo was unveiled to the public Tuesday, showing Marilyn Monroe with President John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert F. Kennedy at JFK's 45th birthday celebration. It was the same night, May 19, 1962, that Monroe sang her sulty...
  • The Day New York Cried: Remembering The Death Of Bobby Kennedy

    The Day New York Cried: Remembering The Death Of Bobby Kennedy
    The pall of grief hanging in the air was as oppressive as the heat that had been baking the city for two days. New York and the entire nation remained in a numbed state of shock as reality sunk in that history had repeated itself. Another Kennedy had been...
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Island Park

Island Park
Beginnings: Rockaway Indians raised pigs and cattle and made wampum from clam shells on the island until Europeans arrived in the mid-1600s and the Indians moved eastward.
Photo: Houses on Suffolk Rd. along a canal. (Newsday / David L. Pokress)
Beginnings: Rockaway Indians raised pigs and cattle and made wampum from clam shells on the island until Europeans arrived in the mid-1600s and the Indians moved eastward.
Photo: Houses on Suffolk Rd. along a canal. (Newsday / David L. Pokress)
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  • Electric Zoo 2012 *THIS WEEKEND*

    Electric Zoo 2012 *THIS WEEKEND*
    ELECTRIC ZOO 2012
  • Hundreds of Firefighters Battle Brush Fires At Staten Island Park

    Hundreds of Firefighters Battle Brush Fires At Staten Island Park
    FDNY officials are battling two brush fires in Great Kills Park in Staten Island. One of the fires -- categorized as a six-alarm blaze -- was reportedly burning in the Fresh Kills section of the Gateway National Area. The other blaze -- categorized as a...

    Budget Cuts Mean New LIRR Schedule, Trims To Service

    Budget Cuts Mean New LIRR Schedule, Trims To Service
    Budget cuts mean five weekday trains on three branches and some weekend service to Freeport will be canceled this summer, the LIRR announced Thursday. The new schedule, which takes effect Monday, includes additional revisions on several branches that...