In Memoriam

Those who have passed.

The Venezuela King is Dead, President Hugo Chávez,was 58

CARACAS, Venezuela — President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela died Tuesday afternoon after a long battle with cancer, the government announced, leaving behind a bitterly divided nation in the grip of a political crisis. His departure from a country he dominated for 14 years casts into doubt the future of his socialist revolution. It alters the […]

In Memory Of Americas First Working Mom, ‘Bonnie Franklin’

Award Nominated Actress Bonnie Franklin lost her battle with pancreatic cancer Friday. She was 69. Franklin a native of Beverly Hills graduated from Beverly Hills High and was soon off to Smith with the blessing of her parents Claire (née Hersch) and Samuel Benjamin Franklin, an prominent California investment banker. Franklin also attended Amherst College […]

Country Star Mindy McCready Found Dead at 37

Country music star Mindy McCready was found dead at her home in Arkansas from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, the local sheriff’s office said in a statement. She was only 37. It sounds like one of her country music songs “Suicide in Arkansas”, but this time at the end of the song there are two […]

REMEMBERING AMERICA’S TREASURE DEAR ABBY

  SPY Hollywood mourns the loss of another legend in writing, America’s own Dear Abby. Abby’s real name was Pauline Friedman Phillips. The quick witted writer dispensed sharp, sometimes slightly naughty advice on love, marriage and the never shutting up mothers-in-law to over 100 million readers of newspapers around the world. She was only 94. […]

Remembering Gerry Anderson, known as the British Walt Disney

Gerry Anderson, known as the British Walt Disney was the creator of the classic television shows Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, Stingray, Supercar, Fireball XL5, as well as his live action classics UFO and Space 1999 who died at the age of 83 this year. Anderson had been suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease since early […]

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