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  • Vinny Del Negro's dad is in his corner — on the court and off

    Vinny Del Negro's dad is in his corner — on the court and off
    As homemade gifts go this holiday season, does it get better than this? "I never, never, ever said this in front of my son before," says Vin Del Negro, his boy Vinny sitting beside him. "I'm very proud of my son." It's a few hours before the...
  • PASSINGS: Jan Sawka

    PASSINGS: Jan Sawka
    Jan Sawka Poster artist and architect Jan Sawka, 65, a noted Polish American artist and architect whose designs included posters for theatrical productions and touring sets for the Grateful Dead, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack at his...
  • PASSINGS: Fontella Bass

    PASSINGS: Fontella Bass
    Fontella Bass, 72, a St. Louis-born soul singer who hit the top of the R&B charts with "Rescue Me" in 1965, died Wednesday at a St. Louis hospice of complications from a heart attack suffered three weeks ago, said her daughter, Neuka Mitchell. Bass had...
  • John Greenwood dies at 67; former LAUSD board member

    John Greenwood dies at 67; former LAUSD board member
    John Greenwood, a political moderate who headed the Los Angeles Board of Education in the mid-1980s and later served as president of the Southern California branch of the nonprofit Coro organization, has died. He was 67. Greenwood died of a heart...
  • Zhuang Zedong dies at 72; helped get 'pingpong diplomacy' rolling

    Zhuang Zedong dies at 72; helped get 'pingpong diplomacy' rolling
    It might have been a chance meeting or a cunning act of propaganda, but the encounter more than 40 years ago between two pingpong champions — one Chinese, the other American — launched what President Nixon would call "the week that changed the...
  • Michael Roarty dies at 84; marketer helped build Anheuser-Busch brand

    Michael Roarty dies at 84; marketer helped build Anheuser-Busch brand
    Michael J. Roarty, a retired marketing executive who helped build Anheuser-Busch beer brands into international powerhouses, died at a hospital in a St. Louis suburb Saturday, a day after suffering a heart attack. He was 84. Roarty had been...
  • Carroll Shelby dies at 89; cult classic car designer

    Carroll Shelby dies at 89; cult classic car designer
    Carroll Shelby, the charismatic Texan who parlayed a short-lived racing career into a specialized business building high-performance, street-legal cars, died Thursday. He was 89. Shelby died at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, according to an announcement by...
  • Earl Weaver dies at 82; Hall of Fame manager of Baltimore Orioles

    Earl Weaver dies at 82; Hall of Fame manager of Baltimore Orioles
    Irascible, chain-smoking, umpire-baiting longtime Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver penned his own epitaph. "On my tombstone just write, 'The sorest loser that ever lived,'" he once said. Weaver, 82, a member of baseball's Hall of Fame and the...
  • Thoroughbred trainer Bob Baffert still has heart of a champion

    Thoroughbred trainer Bob Baffert still has heart of a champion
    Bob Baffert is flat on his back and hears those around him saying he has the "widow maker," like he doesn't already know his chest is killing him. He's in Dubai this past March. He's 59 and figures he's doomed. "It was like, 'oh man, this is it.' I'm...
  • Maurice Sendak dies at 83; author of 'Where the Wild Things Are'

    Maurice Sendak dies at 83; author of 'Where the Wild Things Are'
    He had already been proclaimed "the Picasso of children's books" by Time magazine when Maurice Sendak, then in his 30s, wrote and illustrated "Where the Wild Things Are," a dark fantasy that became one of the 10 bestselling children's books of all time....
  • Robin Gibb dies at 62; rose to pop fame as one-third of the Bee Gees

    Robin Gibb dies at 62; rose to pop fame as one-third of the Bee Gees
    Robin Gibb, a singer and songwriter who joined two of his brothers in forming the Bee Gees pop group that helped define the sound of the disco era with the best-selling 1977 soundtrack to"Saturday Night Fever," has died. He was 62. Gibb died Sunday after...