Rhonda Fleming, an actress and singer who starred opposite such leading men as Kirk Douglas, Burt Lancaster and Ronald Reagan, has died at 97.
Devo cofounder Mark Mothersbaugh spent weeks in Cedars-Sinai hospital, hooked up to a ventilator, his mind wracked by violent hallucinations.
A painter of striking images of the body and landscape, and known for her connection to 20th century greats, Hurtado didn't gain recognition until 2016.
Maggie O'Farrell uses scant material on the Bard's family tragedy to examine the struggles of his wife in a beautiful new novel, "Hamnet."
Amanda Kloots, Zach Braff, Viola Davis and Lin-Manuel Miranda are among many mourning Nick Cordero's death at 41 after a three-month battle with COVID-19.
Fred Willard was an improv comedy master whose star shone brightest in the satire of writer-director Christopher Guest, playing a goofball so straight, it wasn't always clear he was in on the joke.
CNN's Anderson Cooper says his mother, the late fashion entrepreneur Gloria Vanderbilt, was "thrilled" to learn he intended to become a father.
Jerry Bishop, the voice of hit daytime courtroom show "Judge Judy" was also a Los Angeles radio host.