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Highlights from Mike Nichols' multi-genre career

Mike Nichols, who died Wednesday night at the age of 83, spread his talents across five entertainment mediums, winning awards in many. Here are some of them: MOVIES — "Who's Afraid …

Five memorable movies from Mike Nichols

Mike Nichols was a master of self-satire, a man of wealth and education and connections for whom his best targets were those of wealth, education and connections, from the vapid Californians of "The Graduate" to the military brass of "Catch-22." Here are highlights from the long film career of Nichols, who died Wednesday at age 83:

Hollywood pays tribute to Mike Nichols

In a career that spanned over six decades across all entertainment genres, Mike Nichols collaborated with and influenced an array of show business legends. Here, friends and peers remember …

Researcher who found cause of Lyme disease dies

The Swiss-born researcher who gained international recognition for discovering the bacteria that causes Lyme disease has died in western Montana.

Funeral set for sister of 'Mockingbird' author

Funeral services are set for attorney and church leader Alice Finch Lee, the sister of "To Kill A Mockingbird" author Harper Lee.


Master of all mediums Mike Nichols dead at 82 + Photo Gallery

A legend of film, theater and comedy in nearly equal measure, Mike Nichols was an unquestioned fixture of smart, urbane American culture across a relentlessly versatile, six-decade career that on stage or screen, reliably coursed with sparkling intelligence.


Obituary: Brian Nelson, beloved fishmonger at Coastal Seafoods

In his role as wholesale manager at Minneapolis-based Coastal Seafoods, Brian Nelson arrived at work at 4 each morning and usually found messages from 25 to 40 restaurants in …


Organs donated from boy who died from gunshot

Family members say a Minnesota boy who died after accidentally shooting himself will continue to live on in the people who received his organs.


Motown singer Jimmy Ruffin dies at age 78

Jimmy Ruffin, the Motown singer whose hits include "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" and "Hold on to My Love," died Monday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was 78.