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  1. Jerry McNeely, Creator of TV’s 'Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law,' Dies at 86

    12:20 pm 7/18/2014

    He received an Emmy nom for writing the emotional 1977 telefilm "Something for Joey," based on the true story of a Penn State football star and his cancer-stricken kid brother.Read more

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  2. Elaine Stritch: An Appreciation

    6:09 pm 7/17/2014

    THR's lead theater critic pays personal tribute to the legendary Broadway performer, whose exacting professional standards were as renowned as her tart tongue and eccentric style.Read more

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  3. Broadway to Dim Its Lights in Honor of Elaine Stritch

    2:38 pm 7/17/2014

    The Great White Way will go dim on Friday, July 18, in honor of the four-time Tony nominee who died on Thursday at the age of 89.Read more

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  4. Elaine Stritch Dead: Stars Mourn Broadway Legend on Social Media

    11:33 am 7/17/2014

    Stephen Sondheim, Lena Dunham, Anna Kendrick and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were among those paying tribute to the late actress.Read more

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  5. Broadway Legend Elaine Stritch Dies at 89

    10:07 am 7/17/2014

    The four-time Tony nominee and three-time Emmy winner died Thursday at her home in Birmingham, Mich.Read more

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  6. Blues Guitarist Johnny Winter Dies at 70

    8:24 am 7/17/2014

    He was one of the most popular live acts of the early 1970s, when his signature fast blues guitar solos attracted a wide following. Read more

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  7. 'Downfall' Editor Hans Funck Dies at 61

    5:29 am 7/17/2014

    The German editor worked on such films as “The Experiment," the Oscar-nominated “Sophie Scholl: The Final Days" and Naomi Watts-starrer "Diana."Read more

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  8. Tom Rolf, Oscar-Winning Editor of 'The Right Stuff,' Dies at 82

    4:49 pm 7/16/2014

    UPDATED: He's also known for his work with Martin Scorsese on "Taxi Driver" and with Michael Mann on "Heat."Read more

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  9. Nobel Prize-Winning Author Nadine Gordimer Dies at 90

    8:59 am 7/14/2014

    The South African writer explored the cost of racial conflict during apartheid through several novels, short stories and nonfiction works. Read more

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  10. Lorin Maazel, Former New York Philharmonic Conductor, Dies at 84

    7:29 am 7/14/2014

    He guided nearly 200 orchestras in at least 7,000 opera and concert performances during 72 years at the podium.Read more

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