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Toots Thielemans, Jazz Harmonica Baron, Dies At 94

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U.S. Law Enforcement Leader John Timoney Dies At 68

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Bobby Hutcherson performs at the Monterey Jazz Festival, in Monterey, Calif. in 2013. Craig Lovell/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Bobby Hutcherson, Jazz Vibraphone Modernist, Has Died

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Slain Army Veteran Served As Mentor To Chicago Youth

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Kenny Baker, Actor Who Played R2-D2, Dies At 81

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Remembering Weekend Edition's Classics Commentator, Elaine Fantham

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Zelda Fichandler co-founded Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., with her husband, Tom Fichandler, and drama teacher Edward Mangum. She is seen here with her husband in 1971. Courtesy of Arena Stage hide caption

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Remembering Zelda Fichandler, Matriarch Of American Regional Theater

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Remembering Tim LaHaye, Co-Author Of The Apocalyptic 'Left Behind' Series

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Remembering Hollywood 'Ghost Singer' Marni Nixon

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Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle during the opening of the Days of '76 Museum in Deadwood, S.D. Bald Eagle died on Friday at the age of 97. Tom Griffith/Rapid City Journal via AP hide caption

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David Bald Eagle, Lakota Chief, Musician, Cowboy And Actor, Dies At 97

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Cleo Harris, best-known as Miss Cleo, the face and voice of the Psychic Friends Network television ads, in February 2009 in Lake Worth, Fla., where she lived and hosted an Internet radio show. Lilly Echeverria/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering Robert Swanson, Advertising's 'King Of Jingles'

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The Enduring Musical Influence Of Electric Guitarist Charlie Christian

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Tim LaHaye (right) and Jerry B. Jenkins sign the 12th book in the Left Behind series at a store in Spartanburg, S.C., in 2004. Mary Ann Chastain/AP hide caption

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LISTEN: Tim LaHaye On Fresh Air In 2004

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Soprano Marni Nixon, shown above in June 1988, was dubbed "The Ghostess with the Mostest" in Time magazine. "Bad rhyme, but that sort of stuck," she said. Jack Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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'Ghost' Soprano Marni Nixon, Who Voiced Blockbuster Musicals, Dies At 86

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Henry Winkler On Garry Marshall: 'He Was An Unstoppable Creator'

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Hollywood Legend Garry Marshall Dies At 81

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Fresh Air Remembers Garry Marshall, Creator Of 'Happy Days' And 'Laverne & Shirley'

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Actors Henry Winkler (left), Penny Marshall, Writer/producer Garry Marshall, Cindy Williams and Dick Van Dyke pose for a portrait during the "TV Land Awards" in 2008. Todd Williamson/Getty Images for TV Land hide caption

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