Hungarian-born American cellist Janos Starker died Sunday at 88. Starker's career included more than 165 recordings, as well as decades of teaching. Erich Auerbach/Getty Images hide caption

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Hear Janos Starker Discuss His Career With NPR’s Susan Stamberg

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Country Star George Jones Dies

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Pat Summerall in 1989, when he was broadcasting for CBS Sports. CBS /Landov hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Richard Gonzales reports on Pat Summerall

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Funny Man Jonathan Winters Dies

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Arnold Schwarzenegger raises the arm of Joe Weider, the creator of the Mr. Olympia Bodybuilding competition, during the 39th annual Mr. Olympia event in 2003. Weider died Saturday at 93. Eric Jamison/AP hide caption

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Oklahoma quarterback Steve Davis, left, and coach Barry Switzer celebrate the team's No. 1 ranking after the Orange Bowl in 1976. Davis, 60, died Sunday in the crash of a small plane. Switzer called Davis a "great role model for young people." /AP hide caption

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Ruth Ann Steinhagen, then-19, in the Cook County Jail after she shot Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Eddie Waitkus in 1949. On the table: a photo of Waitkus taken in the hospital where he was recovering from his bullet wound. The story of his shooting was the inspiration for Bernard Malamud's novel The Natural. Steinhagen died this past December. /AP hide caption

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Stalker Who Inspired 'The Natural' Dies; Lived Real Life In Obscurity

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Brenda Box, NPR Newscast editor and good friend. Kathy Rushlow/NPR hide caption

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One of makeup artist Stuart Freeborn's best-known characters, Yoda. Tim Whitby/Getty Images hide caption

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Makeup Artist Who Created Yoda Dies; Stuart Freeborn Was 98

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Reg Presley of The Troggs in 1967. PA Photos /Landov hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: A little 'Wild Thing' and Neda Ulaby's report on Reg Presley

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Gertrude Moran, "Gorgeous Gussie," playing at Wimbledon in 1949. Her attire, which included a bit of lace, shocked some. George W. Hales/Getty Images hide caption

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