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Mother Brutally Stabbed Her Two Children to Death, Chasing at Least One Down in Parking Lot 


A 37-year-old mother in Colorado was arrested this week after police say she brutally murdered her adolescent son and teenage daughter

Mother Brutally Stabbed Her Two Children

Baby found abandoned with note from mother

Man Drowns Trying to Save Child Who Fell

Hospital CLOSES its maternity unit and tells expectant moms to find somewhere else to give birth

Man, 48, who murdered his wife, posted YouTube video

Hollywood madam whose Rolodex contained A-listers dies in her sleep

Provo woman suing after being raped outside rec center

‘Cruelty’ and ‘Active Violence’ Against Two Babies

Newborn baby found in toilet bin

Parents arrested after 11-year-old son was found home alone

Tags: Celebrity, Children, Court, Cruelty, Death, Hate, Heroism, Holiday, Life Sucks!, Marriage, Medical, Mother, Murder, Neglect, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Pregnancy, Priorities, Rage, Rape, RIP, Safety, Sex, Sex Worker, Shutdown, Video, Violence, Women In Charge, World



Betty White Says the Key to Her Diet Is 'to Avoid Anything Green' 


White told Parade that she had a love of vodka and hot dogs, "probably in that order."

Betty White Says

'I Had a Crush on Her Too'

Tags: Aging, Celebration, Celebrity, Legend, RIP, Success, Survival, Tribute, Women In Charge



George Segal, longtime movie star and grandfather on ABC's 'The Goldbergs,' dies at 87 


Segal's wife, Sonia Segal, issued a statement announcing her husband's death via Sony Pictures Television, which produces "The Goldbergs."

“The family is devastated to announce that this morning George Segal passed away due to complications from bypass surgery,” Sonia Segal said. The statement did not say when the surgery took place or offer any other details.

Segal, born Feb. 13, 1934 in Great Neck, Long Island, New York. He received an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor for his portrayal of Nick in 1966's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?," the film adaptation of a play headlined by Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor.

George Segal, longtime movie star and grandfather on ABC's 'The Goldbergs,' dies at 87

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Hollywood, RIP



The Oscars Just Gave Up 


The voting body is today much more diverse and much younger than it was in 2009, but its tastes are so out of the mainstream that the Oscars are today a sort of West Coast version of the Independent Spirit Awards, giving all of its attention to art-house offerings. The average American looks at this year’s list of obscure Best Picture nominees — Mank? Nomadland? Promising Young Woman? Judas and the Black Messiah? The Father? Minari? Sound of Metal? The Trial of the Chicago 7? — and thinks: I have no interest in any of these titles. All of them are downers, most of them push an overt political agenda, and none of them puts a beloved movie star front and center except The Father (in which Anthony Hopkins plays a man being destroyed by dementia). There is no glamour or Hollywood magic attached to any of them. All of them are essentially TV movies (though all of them had pro forma theatrical runs). Most of them are more interested in wrestling with intractable social problems (which, being intractable, tend to frustrate audiences) than in entertainment.

The Oscars Just Gave Up

Tags: Award, Cancellation, Entertainment, Film, History, Opinion, Politics, RIP, TV



Trailblazing Queer Artist, Ari Gold, Dies at Age 47 


According to reports, New York City-based dance artist Ari Gold has died at age 47. Having just celebrated his birthday earlier this month, the death comes after a long battle with cancer. Many have posted their condolences online.

Gold released seven albums as a part of his career. He released music as an out gay artist and started his career in the early 2000s. He is best known for "Where the Music Takes You," which featured Sasha Allen. His music video "Wave of You," released in 2004 was the first video by an out LGBTQ+ artist to world-premiere on Logo according to Boy Culture. He went by names like Sir Ari and GoldNation in addition to Ari Gold.

Trailblazing Queer Artist, Ari Gold, Dies at Age 47

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Gay, LGBTQ, Music, Portrait, RIP



Cicely Tyson, actress who gave electrifying portrayals of resilient Black women, dies at 96 


Cicely Tyson, an actress whose electrifying portrayals of resilient Black women — foremost in the 1974 TV movie “The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman” but also as Coretta Scott King and Harriet Tubman — brought some of the first ennobling portrayals of African Americans to a vast television audience, died Jan. 28 at 96.

Ms. Tyson had shrouded her age until late in life. For much of her career, she convincingly presented herself as 15 years younger than she was, and she continued to appear on screen and in Broadway roles past what was her 90th birthday. Her family announced the death in a statement shared by her manager, Larry Thompson, providing no further details.

Regal in bearing, with willowy beauty and delicately chiseled features, Ms. Tyson was known for embodying women of great poise striving under great pressure.

Cicely Tyson, actress who gave electrifying portrayals of resilient Black women, dies at 96

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Legend, RIP, Tribute



Cloris Leachman, Emmy and Oscar Winner, Dies at 94 


Oscar winner and multiple Emmy winner Cloris Leachman, best remembered as the delightfully neurotic Phyllis Lindstrom on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and her own subsequent sitcom, died of natural causes on Tuesday in Encinitas, Calif. She was 94.

“It’s been my privilege to work with Cloris Leachman, one of the most fearless actresses of our time,” her longtime manager Juliet Green said. “There was no one like Cloris. With a single look she had the ability to break your heart or make you laugh ’till the tears ran down your face. You never knew what Cloris was going to say or do and that unpredictable quality was part of her unparalleled magic.”

The daffy, self-absorbed Phyllis, a character she claimed was close to her own persona, brought the actress two Emmys as a featured actress in a series during the mid-’70s and made Leachman a household name.

Cloris Leachman, Emmy and Oscar Winner, Dies at 94

Why Phyllis is Too Much of a Real Woman

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, RIP, Tribute



Charley Pride, Country Music’s First Black Superstar, Dies of COVID-19 at 86 


Vocalist Charley Pride, the first modern Black superstar of country music, has died. He was 86.

Public relations firm 2911 Media confirmed that Pride died on Dec. 12 in Dallas, Texas from complications related to COVID-19.

Pride had just been seen by millions on live TV in November as he received a lifetime achievement award from the Country Music Association on its annual telecast. It was on that Nov. 11 telecast that he did his final performance, a duet of his classic “Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’,” with Jimmie Allen, a rising Black star in country who expressed his indebtedness to his predecessor. Pride followed that with a lengthy and heartfelt speech as the small audience of nominees and their guests stood in rapt attention.

All the performers on the CMA Awards telecast were said to have undergone repeated COVID-19 tests prior to appearing, and several dropped out as a result of testing positive. CMA representatives said at the time that none of the performers who tested positive had entered the footprint of the production area for the telecast.

Charley Pride, Country Music’s First Black Superstar, Dies of COVID-19 at 86

Tags: Celebrity, Coronavirus, Death, Legend, Music, Passing, RIP, Tribute



David Lander, the actor who played Squiggy on 'Laverne & Shirley,' has died at age 73 


Actor David Lander, known for his role as Andrew "Squiggy" Squiggman on the sitcom "Laverne & Shirley," has died at the age of 73.

Lander died on Friday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center after fighting multiple sclerosis for decades, his family said in a statement to CNN.

"David's family hopes his fans will remember him for all the laughter he brought into the world." the statement read.

On "Laverne & Shirley," Lander played Squiggy and Michael McKean played Lenny, the upstairs neighbors to Laverne DeFazio and Shirley Feeney, played by Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams, respectively.

David Lander, the actor who played Squiggy on 'Laverne & Shirley,' has died at age 73

Tags: Celebrity, Comedy, Entertainment, Passing, RIP, Tribute, TV, TV Trivia



David Prowse, towering actor who played Darth Vader in 'Star Wars,' dies at age 85 


David Prowse, the towering actor who terrified generations of movie-watchers as Darth Vader in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, has died at age 85.

He died after a short illness, his agent, Thomas Bowington, confirmed Sunday morning.

Prowse did not provide Vader's voice — that was James Earl Jones — but his muscular 6-foot-6 frame became the embodiment of one of the great movie villains.

Born in Bristol, England, in 1935, Prowse was a competitive weightlifter before he entered show business, winning the British heavyweight lifting championship three years in a row beginning in 1962. His bodybuilding prowess led him to become a personal trainer to various screen stars, including Christopher Reeve while he was preparing for "Superman."

David Prowse, towering actor who played Darth Vader in 'Star Wars,' dies at age 85

Tags: Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, Legend, Passing, RIP, Tribute



Geoffrey Palmer, British Star of ‘As Time Goes By,’ Dies at 93 


British actor Geoffrey Palmer, known for the long-running series “As Time Goes By,” “Butterflies” and “The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin,” has died peacefully at home, his agent told the BBC. He was 93.

In “As Time Goes By,” Palmer co-starred with Judi Dench. The two reunited in the 1997 James Bond film “Tomorrow Never Dies.” Other notable films he was in include “The Madness of King George,” “A Fish Called Wanda,” “Mrs. Brown,” and “Paddington.” His last appearance is in “An Unquiet Life,” a film currently in post-production.

Palmer appeared in several iconic TV series, such as “Doctor Who,” “The Saint,” “Fawlty Towers” and “The Avengers.”

Tributes have been pouring in after Palmer’s death.

Geoffrey Palmer, British Star of ‘As Time Goes By,’ Dies at 93

Tags: Celebrity, Passing, RIP



Sean Connery, James Bond star, dies at 90: 'One of the true greats of cinema' 


Sean Connery, most famous for his portrayal of James Bond, has died at the age of 90, his family said Saturday. The actor, who played 007 in seven movies starting with 1962's Dr. No, died in his sleep in the Bahamas. The actor had been "unwell for some time," his son Jason told the BBC.

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Connery had an acting career that spanned decades and included multiple award-winning performances. He won the Oscar for best supporting actor for his work in The Untouchables in 1988 and won three Golden Globes. He also starred opposite Harrison Ford in 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, in which he played Jones' father.

Sean Connery, James Bond star, dies at 90: 'One of the true greats of cinema'

The bizarre clause Sean Connery reportedly demanded in his contracts

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Death, Entertainment, Feud, Film, Film Trivia, Gossip, History, Hollywood, Legend, Passing, Portrait, RIP



Conchata Ferrell, ‘Two and a Half Men’ Star, Dies at 77 


Conchata Ferrell, best known for her role as Berta the housekeeper on “Two and a Half Men,” died on Tuesday in Sherman Oaks, a rep for Warner Bros. Television confirmed to Variety. She was 77.

“Two and a Half Men” creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre described Ferrell as “one of the greats.”

“We called her Chatty. And we all loved her,” Lorre said in a statement. “Twelve years of highs and lows, and lots and lots of laughter. Through it all she was a rock. One of the greats. I was privileged to call her a friend.”

“We are saddened by the loss of Conchata Ferrell and are grateful for the years she brought us laughs as Berta which will live on forever,” Warner Bros. TV, the studio behind “Two and a Half Men,” tweeted.

Conchata Ferrell, ‘Two and a Half Men’ Star, Dies at 77

Tags: Celebrity, RIP, TV, TV Trivia



Helen Reddy Dead At 78 


Born in Melbourne in 1941, Reddy began singing publicly at age 4. By 1966, she won an Australian TV singing contest called Bandstand. After stints living in Chicago and Los Angeles, her career began to build steam, and by the ’70s she was scoring big hits around the world. In the US she topped the Billboard Hot 100 three times, with “I Am Woman” sandwiched by a 1972 cover of Tanya Tucker’s “Delta Dawn” and 1974’s “Angie Baby.” At the peak of her fame she hosted the variety program The Helen Reddy Show on American TV. She later acted in movies and TV and became a musical theater mainstay in the ’80s.

Reddy retired from showbiz in 2002 but made a brief comeback within the past decade before being diagnosed with dementia in 2015. In her last public appearance, she sang “I Am Woman” at the women’s march in 2017.

Helen Reddy

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, History, Music, Passing, RIP



Mac Davis, Singer, Actor and TV Variety Show Host, Dies at 78 


Davis became known as the songwriter behind the Elvis Presley hits “In the Ghetto,” “A Little Less Conversation” and “Memories” before reaching No. 1 himself on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Baby, Don’t Get Hooked on Me” in 1971. He soon parlayed his pop success into a career based more in country music. Davis was named entertainer of the year at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 1974 and was nominated for that same title the same year by the Country Music Association.

Davis’ sex appeal and easy charm made him a favorite on the talk show circuit, and he was rewarded with his own NBC variety series, “The Mac Davis Show,” from 1974-76, followed by annual network Christmas specials that spanned well into the ’80s. He even had a brief span as a leading man in feature films, peaking right out of the gate as Nick Nolte’s fellow leading man in the 1979 football drama “North Dallas Forty.”

Mac Davis, Singer, Actor and TV Variety Show Host, Dies at 78

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Entertainment, History, Music, Passing, RIP



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