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  1. Annette Funicello Dies at 70

    10:16 am 4/8/2013

    UPDATE: The wholesome star of Disney's "Mickey Mouse Club" and several 1960s beach movies with Frankie Avalon was 70.Read more

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  2. Westboro Baptist Church to Picket Roger Ebert's Funeral

    10:51 pm 4/7/2013

    The anti-gay group says it will protest outside the movie critic's memorial service Monday in Chicago.Read more

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  3. Pastor Rick Warren's Son Commits Suicide

    5:02 pm 4/6/2013

    Matthew Warren, 27, battled depression and mental health issues.Read more

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  4. DC Comics Editor Carmine Infantino Dies at 87

    9:20 pm 4/5/2013

    The legendary artist's 1956 reboot of the Flash ushered in the Silver Age of comics.Read more

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  5. Robert Linden, Music Exec at CBS, Dies at 57

    1:22 pm 4/5/2013

    He worked with performing rights organizations to fulfill the company’s legal obligations.Read more

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  6. Roger Ebert's Film Festival Still Set for Mid-April

    9:55 pm 4/4/2013

    Ebertfest will go on as planned despite the death of its founder/programmer on Thursday.Read more

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  7. Obama: Movies Won't Be the Same Without Roger Ebert

    2:58 pm 4/4/2013

    Updated: Reacting to news of the film critic's death, the president said: "For a generation of Americans -- and especially Chicagoans -- Roger was the movies."Read more

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  8. Screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Dies at 85

    4:08 pm 4/3/2013

    She won Oscars for the Merchant Ivory British classics “A Room With a View” and “Howards End.”Read more

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  9. Jim Mees, Set Decorator for Three 'Star Trek' Series, Dies at 57

    1:02 pm 4/3/2013

    The Emmy winner also worked on several sitcoms and movies and on live shows for such acts as The Beach Boys and Diana Ross.Read more

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  10. Muppets Co-Creator Jane Henson Dies at 78

    3:33 pm 4/2/2013

    She and future husband Jim Henson created "Sam and Friends," a forerunner of the famous puppets, for a TV station in Washington, D.C., in the 1950s.Read more

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