She was named one of the top 50 golf instructors in the country by Golf for Women magazine and was twice named LPGA’s Midwest Teacher of the Year.
Ben Woolf, an actor on "American Horror Story," has died after being injured in a street accident, a spokesman said. He was 34.
Leonard Nimoy, who died Friday at age 83, likely had the most famous lobes in Hollywood. As the logical half-human, half-alien Mr. Spock in "Star Trek," his pointy Vulcan appendages became a signature — and a nuisance — for the actor. Here's a few facts about those iconic ears:
Reaction to the death of the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who helped transform the University of Notre Dame while serving as its president from 1952 to 1987:
Leonard Nimoy didn't just leave a lasting impression on the science-fiction world, he also left his mark on science itself.
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In 1975, Leonard Nimoy published an autobiography with the defiant title, "I Am Not Spock" — an attempt to show the world he had many more facets than the pointy-eared character that had come to define him.
The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh transformed the University of Notre Dame into a school known almost as much for academics as for football, even if it meant challenging popes, presidents or legendary football coaches.
Joseph Cecere sailed to America from Italy in 1952 with little more than a lemon in his coat pocket as a home remedy for seasickness.
He learned the baking trade …