As someone who lost a parent a few years ago, I absolutely understand the pain that comes with missing someone you love. That's in part why I'm posting about an Astoria event honoring the late Astoria community activist Theocharis (Harry) Semertzidis.
Iconic television actor Jack Klugman, known best for his roles as the horridly messy Oscar Madison in "The Odd Couple" and the crime-fighting coroner Dr. R. Quincy in "Quincy, M.E.," passed away on Christmas Eve.
The one and only Michael Clarke Duncan was laid to rest this week at Forest Lawn in Hollywood. And while it was a sad occasion for all on hand and his millions of fans, it was also a time to celebrate the man's extraordinary life.
After much controversy about the amount of knowledge they had concerning Michael Jackson's well-being, concert promoter AEG has decided to drop it's claim to collect on a $17.5 million insurance policy for the singer's "This is It" tour.
Actor and comedian Paul Reiser could not call himself a close friend of Michael Clarke Duncan. Hell, he probably couldn't even call himself a real acquaintance. But with a short, very simple new posting on The Huffington Post, he singlehandedly told the world what the man known as the "gentle giant" was really about.
Since fans and media first found out that director Tony Scott took his life Sunday afternoon, only one question has been asked: why? And now, despite thinking we may have had an answer, the question still lingers.
Legendary comic and actress Phyllis Diller has died. She was 95.
Phyllis Diller first started doing in her late 30's... some reports even say she began at age 38. Proof enough that you should never let age get in the way of starting a whole new path.