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  1. Former ESPN Broadcaster, NBA Hall of Fame Coach Jack Ramsay Dies at 89

    7:47 am 4/28/2014

    UPDATE: "Dr. Jack," a basketball Hall of Famer and championship-winning coach, worked as a broadcaster for local teams and ESPN for decades.Read more

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  2. DJ E-Z Rock, Hip-Hop Pioneer Who Recorded 'It Takes Two,' Dead At 46

    7:05 am 4/28/2014

    The song peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Club Songs chart in 1988 and helped its parent album to platinum certification. Read more

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  3. Writer Stefanie Zweig Dies at 81

    6:32 am 4/27/2014

    A movie adaptation of her novel "Nowhere in Africa" won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film in 2003.Read more

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  4. Actor Dana Craig Dies at 68

    10:13 am 4/23/2014

    The veteran theatrical performer also appeared in the film "Chaplin" and on such TV shows as "The Waltons" and "Murder, She Wrote." Read more

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  5. Barack Obama Pays Tribute to Frankie Knuckles in Letter to Late DJ's Family

    1:39 pm 4/22/2014

    In the April 17 letter, Obama called Knuckles -- who died at 59 three weeks ago -- a "trailblazer in his field."Read more

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  6. 'Whirlybirds' Star Craig Hill Dies at 88

    2:58 pm 4/21/2014

    The actor also appeared in "Detective Story" and "What Price Glory" and in a series of 1960s Westerns filmed in Europe. Read more

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  7. Julia Roberts Breaks Silence on Half Sister Nancy Motes' Death

    12:40 pm 4/21/2014

    "It's just heartbreak," says the actress, tearing up.Read more

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  8. Country Singer Kevin Sharp Dies at 43

    2:11 pm 4/20/2014

    The artist passed away Saturday evening due to ongoing health complications.Read more

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  9. Producer, Friars Club Member Ken Greengrass Dies at 87

    9:10 am 4/18/2014

    He was behind the 1998 deal that put the legendary club's once-private roasts on Comedy Central.Read more

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  10. Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies at 87

    1:34 pm 4/17/2014

    Widely considered the most popular Spanish-language writer since Miguel de Cervantes in the 17th century, Garcia Marquez also wrote numerous screenplays for film and TV.Read more

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