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  • Larry L. King dies at 83; playwright wrote 'Best Little Whorehouse in Texas'

    Larry L. King dies at 83; playwright wrote 'Best Little Whorehouse in Texas'
    Larry L. King, a writer and playwright whose magazine article about a campaign to close down a popular bordello became the hit Broadway musical "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" and a 1982 movie starring Burt Reynolds, died Thursday. He was 83.
  • Keith Campbell dies at 58; biologist helped clone Dolly the sheep

    Keith Campbell dies at 58; biologist helped clone Dolly the sheep
    Keith H.S. Campbell, a noted biologist who was a key member of the British team that cloned Dolly the sheep, has died. He was 58. The University of Nottingham, where Campbell worked, said he died Oct. 5 but released no other details. In 1991, Campbell...

    Kitty Wells dies at 92; country music trailblazer

    Kitty Wells dies at 92; country music trailblazer
    Country singer Kitty Wells had been recording, touring and broadcasting without major success for more than a decade when she accepted an offer in 1952 to record one more song before she planned to turn her attention to staying at home and raising a...

    Donna Summer dies at 63; diva of disco

    Donna Summer dies at 63; diva of disco
    In 1975, Donna Summer released a pop single unlike any before it. The singer, then an unknown in the U.S., was living in Germany and working with Italian producer Giorgio Moroder and lyricist Pete Bellotte. Together they came up with a breathy,...

    Frances Williams Preston dies at 83; president, CEO of BMI

    Frances Williams Preston dies at 83; president, CEO of BMI
    She was an ambitious, well-connected former Nashville radio station receptionist when the performing rights organization BMI hired her to open a southern regional office in the Tennessee capital in 1958. By the time Frances Williams Preston retired as...