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Charles Manson goes to Hell at age 83

November 20, 2017

Manson, the man who struck a violent coda to the era of peace and love, met his end in a Bakersfield hospital at 83.

Legendary musician Fats Domino dead at 89

October 25, 2017

Mr. Domino and his band carried New Orleans parade rhythms into rock ’n’ roll and put a local stamp on nearly everything they touched

Rock legend Tom Petty dead at 66

October 2, 2017

Rock legend Tom Petty was rushed to the hospital Sunday in cardiac arrest and is currently on life support, TMZ reports.

Game Show Legend Monty Hall dead at 96

October 1, 2017

“They came to the show in the first week in suits and dresses,” Mr. Hall told The Los Angeles Times in 2013.
Monty Hall was born in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada on August 25th 1921 as Monte Halparin
Within weeks, however, things had changed.

By one account, the turning point came when a woman in the audience, vying for Mr. Hall’s attention with hopes of being chosen as a contestant, wore a bizarre-looking hat.


September 30, 2017

Tobe Hooper passed away the same night Hurricane Harvey hit Texas – making it impossible for him to be properly honored in Austin or anywhere else

Groundbreaking Texas director Tobe Hooper dead at 74

September 29, 2017

That doesn’t diminish his brilliance. Hooper’s signature film, produced for $60,000 raised from Austin good-ole-boy politicians in 1973, was the revolutionary “angry youth” picture that Hollywood had been trying to make for several years—perhaps explaining why it was shunned by his fellow filmmakers. Besides being a horror classic, Chain Saw is a powerful antiestablishment screed at the tail end of the Vietnam era, when emotions were still raw and Nixon had just left office. Almost everyone associated with it—the notable exception being the stunning Final Girl from Houston, Marilyn Burns—had some connection to the counterculture.

Hugh Hefner – the self-made man

September 28, 2017

Hugh Hefner, legendary founder and editor-in-chief of Playboy, died Monday at the age of 91. He was an icon in liberal Hollywood, and a self-declared conservative foe. Yet there is much for conservatives to celebrate in his life.

Publishing Pioneer and Playboy Hugh Hefner dead at 91

September 28, 2017

Playboy founder Hugh Hefner dies of natural causes aged 91 surrounded by loved ones at his infamous $100million Beverly Hills mansion
Hefner founded pioneering men’s magazine Playboy in 1953, and went on to become a multi-millionaire
He died of natural causes in the Playboy Mansion, according to a statement by Playboy Enterprises

“To put it mildly, I was just a very late bloomer” – Harry Dean Stanton dead at 91

September 16, 2017

Mr. Stanton spent two decades typecast in Hollywood as cowboys and villains before his unusual talents began to attract notice on the strength of his performances in the movies “Straight Time” (1978); “Alien,” “Wise Blood” and “The Rose” (all 1979); and “Escape From New York” (1981).

Tributes pour in for comedy legend Jerry Lewis

August 21, 2017

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