Here I am again, reluctantly counting my losses. Beloved, hated or just plain “Who cares?”, more celebrated people died in 2007 than any year in my memory. I always forget somebody, but here is the nucleus of the ones who will light up the headlines no more.
I suffered a particularly rough blow when Read More
Broadway will dim its lights Oct. 31 at 8 PM to honor the memory of legendary Camelot star Robert Goulet.
Broadway marquees as well as those in cities across North America will be dimmed at 8 PM for one minute.
Charlotte St. Martin, executive director of the League of American Read More
The New York Times reports:
Robert Goulet, who marshaled his dark good looks and thundering baritone voice to play a dashing Lancelot in the original “Camelot” in 1960, then went on to a wide-ranging career as a singer and actor, winning a Tony, a Grammy and Read More