Stanley “Buckwheat” Dural Jr. took zydeco music mainstream in 1987 with his Grammy-nominated “On a Night Like This” album.
A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending Sept. 24.
Beloved for her brilliance, energy and dedication, Reichard died suddenly in her sleep while leading a botanical trip to South Africa.
Edward Albee was proclaimed the playwright of his generation after his blistering “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” opened on Broadway in 1962.
A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending Sept. 18.
A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending Sept. 9.
The Lady Chablis was a standout character in both the book and film versions of “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
PARIS (AP) — A Frenchwoman who received the world's first partial face transplant has died, 11 years after the surgery that set the stage for...
Phyllis Schlafly was one of the most polarizing figures in American public life, a self-described housewife who was called “the first lady of the conservative...
Handsome, square-jawed and athletic, the dark-haired O’Brian appeared in a string of movies and TV anthology series in the years before he became a star...