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NYT Obituaries Nov 16
William Goldman was the rare screenwriter who became a star in his own right, but his view of the movie business was summed up in three words: "Nobody knows anything."
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NYT Obituaries Nov 16
Dorothy Cheney wasn't interested in studying primates brought home as pets. She went to them in the wilds of Africa instead.
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NYT Obituaries Nov 16
His vast collection of posters, stills and more was, at the end of his life, entangled in a legal dispute
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NYT Obituaries Nov 16
William Goldman has died. He won Academy Awards for his scripts for "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "All the President's Men," and adapted some of his novels, like "The Princess Bride," into films.
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Neil Genzlinger Nov 16
well then: Indictment vs. Julian Assange Mistakenly Revealed by Prosecutors
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David Yazbek Nov 15
Remember about a year ago????
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Amy Virshup Nov 15
Replying to @amyvirshup
Or the young black woman who wrote about encountering racism abroad Or the Asian-American woman who just covered Yosemite after the Ferguson fire for me.
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NYT Obituaries Nov 15
A last-minute request from Stanley Kubrick turned a Stratford Festival regular into a piece of movie lore
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NYT Archives Nov 15
Today in 1979: a former curator of Queen Elizabeth's art collection was identified as having been a spy for the Soviet Union and was stripped of his knighthood
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NYT Obituaries Nov 15
Mr. Clark was a genial banjo-wielding presence on “Hee Haw” for the show’s entire run, serving for more than two decades as an ambassador for country music and the culture that defined it
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Ginia Bellafante Nov 15
Some personal news: Asking for transfer to the Mandarin Duck beat
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Daniel E. Slotnik Nov 14
David Pearson was hailed as Nascar’s Silver Fox for his cunning behind the wheel, which propelled him to three top-series championships and acclaim as perhaps the most brilliant driver in the history of stock-car racing. ⁦
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Neil Genzlinger Nov 14
In New Class of Young Lawmakers, a Former Girl Scout Goes to the Statehouse
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Neil Genzlinger Nov 14
Dorothy Cheney, Who Studied Primates Up Close, Dies at 68
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Christian McMahan Nov 10
The most incredible feeling driving under the Zakim Bridge lit up purple for Rett syndrome awareness tonight. @rettsyndromeorg
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McFarland Nov 13
New on our bookshelf—Theatre of the Ridiculous: A Critical History, by Kelly I. Aliano ().
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NYT Obituaries Nov 13
Douglas Rain, Chilly Voice of a Computer Named HAL, Dies at 90
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Motoko Rich Nov 12
The pod bay doors have closed. Douglas Rain, Voice of 2001’s HAL, Dies at 90
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Neil Genzlinger Nov 12
Douglas Rain, Chilly Voice of a Computer Named HAL, Dies at 90
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NYT Obituaries Nov 12
A dead fish on a copy of Pravda was not what Communist officials wanted to see
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