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  1. "Paul H. Hutchins, Jr., Retired Sun Photographer, who Took Iconic Picture at End of 1966 World Series, Dies" by Jacques Kelly on baltimoresun.com
  2. For the younger folk out there, Rosemary Clooney was George Clooney's aunt. She had a remarkably warm and graceful way of singing. She fell out of sight in the 1960s because of some personal problems, but came back strong in the 1980s with some wonderful American-songbook type records. Here (in 1984) she sings one of Irving Berlin's greatest songs, "What'll I Do?". I tormented myself with this song after a particularly painful break-up, but now it's just an old, sweet friend.
  3. As my tribute to "Fats" Domino: my favorite song by him, not quite as popular as some of his biggest hits, "I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday":
  4. Lawrence Harvey was a South African who was born in Lithuania. 1962 - as Raymond Shaw in "The Manchurian Candidate" - Feb 30, 1972 - as Mr. Macy in "The Caterpillar" on ""The Night Gallery" - I've been saying this since I was a child, and have still never seen anything more chilling on TV: Oct 30, 2015 - "Night Gallery's 'Earwig' Episode Might Be Greatest Horror TV Episode Ever" by Julian Spivey on thewordwebzine.weekly.com
  5. "Edward Albee, Playwright of a Desperate Generation, Dies at 88" by Bruce Weber on nytimes.com "Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Edward Albee Dead at 88" by Adam Howard on nbcnews.com "Edward Albee, Audacious American Playwright, Dies at 88" by Suzy Evans on hollywoodreporter.com Edward Albee was born in Virginia, possibly in a Washington, DC suburb, and possibly even in Washington, DC itself.
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