Deaths

Cecile Pineda, Latina Writer Known for a Novel of Identity, Dies at 89

13 hours ago   |   NY Times

She became a novelist after a theater career and won acclaim with her debut, “Face,” the story of a man who rebuilds his own face after a disfiguring accident.
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Wolfgang Petersen, Director of ‘Das Boot,' Is Dead at 81

1 day ago   |   NY Times

He made it big in Hollywood with box-office hits, but he's best remembered for a harrowing, Oscar-nominated German film set inside a U-boat in World War II.
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Review: ‘All the Living and the Dead,' by Hayley Campbell

1 day ago   |   NY Times   |   2 articles

In her new book, “All the Living and the Dead,” Hayley Campbell explores the invisible labor that powers the death industry.
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Book Review: “All of This” by Rebecca Woolf and “This Story Will Change” by Elizabeth Crane

1 day ago   |   NY Times

Two new memoirs excavate the denouements of two different relationships in which former wives have one thing in common: relief.
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Death by Toys

2 days ago   |   This isn't Happiness


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Frederick Buechner, Novelist With a Religious Slant, Dies at 96

2 days ago   |   NY Times

He drew on his theological credentials in essays and memoirs, and his fiction, full of colorful characters, was admired for its elegance, wit and depth.
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Nicholas Evans, Author of ‘The Horse Whisperer,' Dies at 72

2 days ago   |   NY Times

He was a first-time novelist whose tale of a manly vocation and family trauma broke publishing and then movie rights records when Robert Redford bought them.
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John L. Eastman, Lawyer and Force in Entertainment World, Dies at 83

2 days ago   |   NY Times

As Paul McCartney's longtime representative, he was central to a battle over control of the Beatles' business empire in the last days of the band.
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Anne Heche, Actress Known for '90s Film Roles, Dies at 53

3 days ago   |   NY Times

Ms. Heche, who won a Daytime Emmy early in her career and whose films included “Donnie Brasco” and “Wag the Dog,” had been critically injured in a car crash.
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Zofia Posmysz, Who Wrote of Life in Concentration Camps, Dies at 98

3 days ago   |   NY Times

Her radio play, “The Passenger in Cabin 45,” became a novel that was translated into 15 languages, a movie and an acclaimed opera.
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

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