Milton Glaser, Designer Of 'I Love NY' Logo, Dies At 91Milton Glaser, the groundbreaking graphic designer who adorned Bob Dylan’s silhouette with psychedelic hair and summed up the feelings for his native New York with “I (HEART) NY,” died Friday, his 91st birthday.
Phyllis George, Broadcasting Trailblazer And 'The NFL Today' Alum, Dies At 70Phyllis George, a pioneer in the sports broadcasting industry, died this week due to complications from a blood disorder.
World-Renowned Magician Roy Horn Dies From Coronavirus Complications At 75Roy Horn, one half of the legendary Siegfried & Roy duo, died Friday due to complications from COVID-19. He was 75.
Emmy-Winning Songwriter, Fountains Of Wayne Cofounder Adam Schlesinger Dies From CoronavirusSchlesinger was nominated for 10 Emmys, winning three, and was nominated for an Academy Award for writing the title song to the 1997 Tom Hanks-directed movie “That Thing You Do."
Joseph Lowery, Civil Rights Leader And MLK Aide, Dies At 98He died from natural causes unrelated to the coronavirus outbreak, the statement said.
'Desperately Seeking Susan' Actor Mark Blum Dies Of Coronavirus ComplicationsHis is at least the second coronavirus-related death to rock the New York theater community.
Lynn Cohen, Who Played Magda In 'Sex And The City,' DiesCohen died Friday in New York City, said her manager, Josh Pultz. Additional details were not immediately available.
‘Wild, Wild West’ Star Robert Conrad Dies At Age 84Robert Conrad, an actor from Hollywood's Golden Age of TV, has died.
Veteran Actor Orson Bean Struck By Vehicle, Killed At Age Of 91A man who was hit and killed by a car in California has now been identified as 91-year-old actor Orson Bean.
Actor, Hollywood Icon Kirk Douglas Dead At 103Actor and Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas died Wednesday at age 103, his son actor Michael Douglas announced on Instagram.
Fred Silverman, Former CBS Head Of Programming, Dies at 82Legendary television executive Fred Silverman has died.
Acclaimed Opera Star Jessye Norman Dies At 74Norman performed with opera companies around the world, including the Metropolitan Opera, where she debuted in 1983.
Martin Charnin, Tony-Winning 'Annie' Lyricist, Dies At 84He died Saturday at a White Plains, New York, hospital, days after suffering minor heart attack.
Actor Tab Hunter, Star Of ‘Damn Yankees!’ Movie, Dies Age 86Hunter was a heartthrob for millions of teenage girls in the 1950s with such films as “Battle Cry” and “Damn Yankees!”
'World Is A Better Place Without Her': Woman's Obituary Stuns ReadersA mother's obituary in a Minnesota newspaper took an ugly turn when the writer chose to air the woman's dirty laundry after her death.