Remembering the eloquent observer of movies and of his own tragic illness
Former Chicago “Sun-Times” editor Steven S. Duke reflects on the good-humored, lightning-sharp Roger Ebert, always quick with a joke and quicker with his writing
The death of the MTV reality-show star — reported missing on Sunday — has been confirmed
The Herb Streicher Story: How a serious actor drifted into porn, became notorious and found God
Mary Richards may have been history’s female sitcom heroine of the ’70s, but for Ann Romano, keeping her family together was itself a feminist act.
The most popular female vocalist of the 1950s is dead at 85
The craggy humanity Klugman brought his characters showed the bittersweetness Oscar Madison tried to hide behind his blunt talk, wisecracks and cigar smoke
By the numbers: We examine the accomplishments—and best performances—of the jazz innovator, who died at 91 on Dec. 5, 2012
The love-to-hate-him (her) character is by now a staple of TV. But rarely has there been an actor who so palpably enjoyed being love-to-hated as Larry Hagman.
It’s only fitting that I got news of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger‘s death through a news alert from the New York Times on my iPhone, just as I had brought the Saturday half of the Times’ Sunday edition in from my stoop. (Long-serving …
Upon his death at age 72, TIME recalls Joe South with a few clips that show his songwriting and performing skills
She burst through the sex barrier, and could reel off gag lines with the best of the boys