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Ferlinghetti was the co-founder of the legendary City Lights bookstore and a champion of Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac.

Stan Williams, pitcher who helped the Dodgers win the 1959 World Series near the beginning of his 14-year career in the majors, has died at age 84.

The artist who sculpted the bronze statue near the New York Stock Exchange that became a symbol of Wall Street has died in his hometown in Sicily.

Dr. Bernard Lown, the cardiologist who invented the first reliable heart defibrillator and later co-founded an anti-nuclear war group that was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize, died Tuesday at 99.

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