Don Cornelius of Soul Train fame has died.
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Inspired by Bear Grylls, a 29-year-old British man, David Austin, decided to embark on a year-long adventure in the Scottish wilderness.
Etta James is dead after a long battle with cancer, just a day after the death of Johnny Otis, the man widely credited for discovering James and molding her career.
Comedian Patrice O'Neal died last night, one month after suffering a massive stroke.
Tonight's listings come with a big bummer: rapper Heavy D has passed away at the age of 44.
Reports Spin: Heavy D, the "Overweight Lover" of hip-hop's golden age, is dead at 44.
although we'd like to believe he died while valiantly saving humanity from an army of heavily-armed velociraptors riding sharks.
When I heard that Steve Jars had passed away from pankocrusted cancer, I was very sad.
Yesterday evening Apple posted a brief obituary for Steve Jobs, who leaves an enormous legacy behind as well as his wife Laurene Powell and their three children.
This is a television blog, so at first glance it might not make sense to eulogize Apple and Pixar CEO Steve Jobs.
Don Lapre, the infomercial pitchman immediately recognizable by his infomercial-y voice, was found dead in prison on Sunday after killing himself -- two days before he faced trial for fraud and conspiracy.
There's a good chance you've never heard of Sylvia Robinson, but you most certainly are aware of the art form she helped deliver to the world: rap.
A few weeks ago, Warming Glow reader Justine sent me this email: My boyfriend, Jason loved corgis.
Andy Whitfield, the original star of Starz's surprise hit "Spartacus," died yesterday at the age of 39 from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
In the first season of "Treme," John Goodman's character was found dead in the Mississippi River after he jumped off a ferry and drowned himself.
Frank Potenza, the former NYPD officer who became well-known to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" viewers as Uncle Frank, passed away this morning.
Sherwood Schwartz, the Emmy-winning television legend who created "Gilligan's Island" and "The Brady Bunch" (and wrote the series' catchy theme songs) passed away last night of natural causes at the age of 94.