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Today β€” December 8th 2019Your RSS feeds

Juice WRLD, Rising Rap Artist, Dies at 21

By Joe Coscarelli and Sandra E. Garcia

The musician, whose real name was Jarad A. Higgins, died on Sunday in Illinois, the authorities said.

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Ron Leibman, Tony Winner for β€˜Angels,’ Is Dead at 82

By Neil Genzlinger

In addition to his acclaimed turn as Roy Cohn on Broadway, he was known for his work in “Norma Rae,” “Slaughterhouse-Five” and other films.

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Jay Kriegel, a β€˜New York City Patriot,’ Is Dead at 79

By Sam Roberts

A former whiz kid in Lindsay’s City Hall, he became a knows-everybody “process broker” with wide reach in civic affairs, broadcasting and real estate.

Josie Rubio, 42, Dies; Wrote of Dating While Terminally Ill

By Daniel E. Slotnik

Her essay in The New York Times drew a wide readership; she also chronicled her life with terminal cancer in a blog, finding humor amid despair.

Carolyn Konheim, Foe of All That Befouled a City, Dies at 81

By Sam Roberts

Finding her sons’ clothes speckled with soot, a history teacher was transformed into an influential New York environmentalist with pollution in her sights.

Carolyn Konheim, Foe of All That Befouled a City, Dies at 81

By Sam Roberts

Finding her sons’ clothes speckled with soot, a history teacher was transformed into an influential New York environmentalist with pollution in her sights.

Wayne Merry, Climber Who Conquered El Capitan, Dies at 88

By Daniel E. Slotnik

In 1958 he and two others became the first to scale a 2,900-foot granite wall in Yosemite National Park in California that many considered practically unclimbable.

AndrΓ© Daguin Dies at 84; Chef Made Gascony (and a Dish) Famous

By William Grimes

His menu, most notably the grilled duck breast, made a region of southwest France a required stop for traveling food lovers.

Marilyn Saviola, Disability Rights Advocate, Is Dead at 74

By Neil Genzlinger

Polio left her in a wheelchair. It also started her on a lifelong fight to change perceptions and break down real-world obstacles.

Perry Hoffman, 75, Dies; Saw Family Support as Key to Psychiatric Care

By Benedict Carey

Dr. Hoffman established a family network to help people with borderline personality disorder, a support system that become a model for other conditions.

Shelley Morrison, β€˜Will & Grace’ Actress, Dies at 83

By Daniel Victor

Ms. Morrison’s portrayal of the memorable maid Rosario, who stood up to her socialite boss, made her a fan favorite.

Shelley Morrison, β€˜Will & Grace’ Actress, Dies at 83

By Daniel Victor

Ms. Morrison’s portrayal of the memorable maid Rosario, who stood up to her socialite boss, made her a fan favorite.

Marilyn Saviola, Disability Rights Advocate, Is Dead at 74

By Neil Genzlinger

Polio left her in a wheelchair. It also started her on a lifelong fight to change perceptions and break down real-world obstacles.

Irving Burgie, Who Wrote Calypso Hits for Harry Belafonte, Dies at 95

By Nathaniel G. Nesmith

He and Mr. Belafonte were behind the calypso craze of the 1950s. Mr. Burgie was also a singer, under the name Lord Burgess.

Seymour Siwoff, Master of Sports Statistics, Is Dead at 99

By Richard Goldstein

As head of the Elias Sports Bureau, which he took over in 1952, he supervised record-keeping for baseball, football and other professional sports.

Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies

By Katharine Q. Seelye

In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.

Seymour Siwoff, Master of Sports Statistics, Is Dead at 99

By Richard Goldstein

As head of the Elias Sports Bureau, which he took over in 1952, he supervised record-keeping for baseball, football and other professional sports.

Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies

By Katharine Q. Seelye

In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.

Dr. Janette Sherman, 89, Early Force in Environmental Science, Dies

By Katharine Q. Seelye

In one case, discovering that autoworkers shared the same diseases, she pinpointed the cause as chemicals in the factories — not, as was thought, cigarettes.

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