She created the bathing-beauty genre in the forties.
Edith Bunker is no more.
She was arguably the original TV therapist.
Frank Sinatra once called him "the second best singer in America."
The work of this most famous of film writers was accessible to people who normally had no patience for critics.
Sadly, just a day after announcing his "leave of presence."
His body was found this morning in West Virginia.
He worked with pretty much everyone.
The 66-year-old recently wrote one of Homeland's best episodes.
"We could all write what we wanted, for which I am still grateful."
The father of art world multiculturalism has died.
She was an icon for single moms (and kids).
Rest in peace.
"At 90, she was still writing circles around the rest of us."
Thunderbirds are sad.
Tip a glass to two iconic faces of movies, TV, and theater.
Dave Brubeck, who died this morning at 91.
He was best known for the song "Take Five."
The actor died at 81, having pulled off one of the most unlikely reinventions in American TV.
He played the oil baron for more than a dozen years.
The 1974 erotic French film was her breakout role.
The longtime Miss America Pageant emcee was 74.
He was a favorite of Fincher, Van Sant, and Coppola.
Hal David, who collaborated with Burt Bacharach on dozens of nice songs, was 91.
Fluidity, choreography, patterns of flux within the frame — none of these interested him as much as fractured montage.