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  1. Elizabeth Taylor Dies at 79

    6:10 am 3/23/2011

    Surrounded by her four children, the screen legend passes away of congestive heart failure early Wednesday morning in L.A. Read more

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  2. Music Exec Joey Averback Dies at 59

    2:46 pm 3/22/2011

    Averback was vp sales and marketing at Westwind Media.Read more

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  3. Director-Producer Kip Gowans, Husband of Lee Remick, Dies

    5:45 pm 3/21/2011

    He worked on John Schlesinger's "Darling," Joseph L. Mankiewicz's "Sleuth" and "Norman Jewison's "Rollerball."Read more

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  4. Veteran TV News Exec Patrick Casey Dies at 54

    4:16 pm 3/20/2011

    Casey, who spent 30 years invigorating television news programs around the country, most recently was executive news director overseeing both ABC affiliate WKEF and Fox affiliate WRGT in Dayton, Ohio.Read more

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  5. Billy Elliot Dancer, 12, Killed by London Bus

    9:30 am 3/20/2011

    Charlotte Leatherbarrow had appeared in the West End musical hit before the accident near her London home.Read more

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  6. Michael Gough Tribute: 'Batman' Michael Keaton Pays His Respects to 'My Alfred'

    11:04 am 3/18/2011

    The "Batman" star tells THR about his "charming" co-star who died this week.Read more

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  7. Ferlin Husky, Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee, Dies at 85

    6:39 am 3/18/2011

    The singer, who sold more than 20 million records and once had Elvis Presley open for him, suffered from heart disease.Read more

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  8. Nate Dogg Honored by Rapper the Game in Tribute Song

    4:54 pm 3/17/2011

    "All Doggs Go to Heaven (R.I.P. Nate Dogg)" chronicles the rapper's friendship with Nate Dogg, who died Tuesday. Read more

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  9. 'Batman's' Alfred, Michael Gough, Dies at 94

    11:28 am 3/17/2011

    He appeared in more than 150 films over a 65-year career.Read more

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  10. Longtime CBS Publicist George Faber Dies at 89

    11:49 am 3/16/2011

    He was involved with more than 80 TV programs, including “Gunsmoke,” “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and “The Beverly Hillbillies.”Read more

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