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Neil Armstrong, who made the “giant leap for mankind” as the first human to set foot on the moon, died on Saturday. He was 82. Neil Armstrong, First Man on Moon, Dies at 82 - NYTimes.com
Gore Vidal, Elegant Writer, Dies at 86 - NYTimes.com
Nora didn’t just invent love stories. She lived one.
NEW YORK - C. David Heymann, a literary biographer turned best-selling celebrity biographer who came to wide attention in 1983 after his life of the heiress Barbara Hutton was withdrawn by its publisher because of factual errors, died Wednesday in Manhattan. He was 67.
Horst Faas, Pulitzer prize winning photographer.
Myron Leon Wallace was born in Brookline, Mass., on May 9, 1918, one of four children of Friedan and Zina Wallik, who had come to the United States from a Russian shtetl before the turn of the 20th century.
He would not have liked Pinterest. No aesthetics of significance.
Antoni Tàpies, a largely self-taught Spanish abstract painter whose seductive, tactile surfaces, often scratched with mysterious graffiti-like marks, made use of unconventional materials like marble dust, ground chalk, sand and earth, died on Monday in Barcelona. He was 88.
Even if you didn’t know Bob Devin’s name, you knew his voice: Deep, gravelly, and booming from the speakers of every subway station in Boston. Like Sherm Feller at Fenway Park, he cut through the crowd noise with an unmistakable baritone.
Don Cornelius, the producer and television host who created the dance show “Soul Train,” was found shot dead in his Los Angeles home early Wednesday morning in what appears to be a suicide, the Los Angeles Police Department and the county coroner’s office said. He was 75 years old.