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Hugh Martin Jr., a composer, lyricist and arranger who created the enduring standards "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and "The Trolley Song" sung by Judy Garland in the 1944 MGM musical "Meet Me in St. Louis," has died. He was 96. Martin, who...
Tags: Frank Sinatra, Diana Krall, Movies, Palace Theater, Bing Crosby
David E. Berkebile, 80, Berlin, died unexpectedly on Feb. 23, after heart surgery in Birmingham, Ala. He is survived by wife of 26 years, Cathy Berkebile; three daughters: Linda Thomas, Anniston, Ala.; Cathy Bazzle, Crescent City, Fla.; and Donna...
Tags: Human Interest, Huntley, American Legion, Heart Surgery, Surgery
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama man accused of killing his wife during a honeymoon diving trip in Australia says he's innocent of the charge. Gabe Watson entered the not guilty plea during a brief hearing in Birmingham on Monday. Circuit...
Tags: Justice System, Alabama, Murder, Crimes, Diving
KIAHAs we get ready to celebrate Martin Luther King Day on Monday, several students from HISD were busy reciting their speeches during the annual Gardere MLK Jr. Oratory Competition on Friday, Jan. 14. The purpose of this program is to recognize and...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Leos relax, you're probably still a Leo. The so-called changes to the zodiac dates may depend on which zodiac you actually follow. There are two zodiacs: the tropical zodiac, which is fixed to seasons and which Western astrology...
Tags: Science and Technology, KTLA, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Science
On March 9, John Myers, 61, of Petoskey, lost a long battle with cancer, but the friends and family he left behind will never forget his generous nature and the work he did to help others in need. Myers was born in Cheboygan on March 11, 1949, and was...
A five-year-old Blacksburg boy was killed in an accident in Alabama on Thursday. Alabama State Troopers say 35-year-old Baris Hancioglu of Blacksburg was driving. He's a post-doctoral fellow in Virginia Tech's Department of Biological Sciences....
Tags: Alabama, Health, Blacksburg, Injuries and Wounds
Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 1 and I go way, way back to the year — wait for it — 2003. I was a car-less and clueless college freshman in Long Beach looking for the beach in a city that really doesn't have much of one. In my travels to...
Lafayette College. Lehigh University. Moravian College. Muhlenberg College. DeSales University. Cedar Crest College. Through the decades, these private institutions have taught students how to think critically, debate clearly and work collaboratively....
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When a group or organization stages an annual event that goes on for 10 or 20 years, it is clearly a success. As the event continues into its third decade, it evolves into a tradition. And as it hits the fourth-decade milestone, it takes on a life of...
David F. Friedman, the godfather of B-movie gore who produced 1963's "Blood Feast," which paved a bloody path that led to increasingly graphic horror movies, has died. He was 87. Friedman died Monday of heart failure at a nursing home in Anniston, Ala.,...
When he was 21, Ernest "Rip" Patton made out his will. He didn't have much beyond an old set of drums he used in the jazz club gigs that helped him pay his way through college. He willed them to his parents, then climbed aboard a freedom bus bound for...
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