Remembering Anthony Bourdain

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppThis Friday world-renowned chef and writer Anthony Bourdain, 61, passed away in a French hotel. His cause of death was suicide. Bourdain was working in France on a new episode for his critically acclaimed TV show Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Many of his friends and fans, including President Donald Trump and former president Barack Obama, have spoken about their interactions with Bourdain and how he influenced their lives. Trump said he enjoyed Bourdain’s show and that Bourdain was quite a character. Meanwhile, Obama exactly made…

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May Kate Spade Rest in Peace!

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppKate Brosnahan Spade, famous fashion designer and businesswoman, 55, passed away in her NYC apartment this Tuesday morning. She was found in her bedroom by a housekeeper and it appears that she hanged herself, committing suicide. She also left a note, according to sources from the NYPD. Her husband, Andy Spade was also at the scene. A police spokesman did not know the whereabouts of Ms. Spade’s 13 years old daughter, according to The New York Times. She was born Katherine Brosnahan in Kansas City,…

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Haruo Nakajima, first Godzilla, dies at 88

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsApp“With a purposeful grimace and a terrible sound he pulls the spitting high tension wires down. Helpless people on a subway train scream bug-eyed as he looks in on them. He picks up a bus and he throws it back down As he wades through the buildings toward the center of town.” This is the opening stanza to the song “Godzilla,” a 1977 hit by American rock group Blue Oyster Cult about arguably the most famous movie monster of all-time. Yesterday at the age of…

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Don Baylor, 1979 AL MVP dies at 68

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppAfter a 14 year fight against Multiple Myeloma, a rare kind of cancer found in plasma cells, Don Baylor has passed away at the age of 68. During his long career as a player and manager in Major League Baseball, the man nicknamed Groove according to Baseball Reference managed to win both awards in the game, an intangible praise for his character on the field. After playing for the Baltimore Orioles in the early 1970s and a one year stop with the Oakland Athletics in…

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Jeanne Moreau, Legendary French New Wave Actress Dies At 89

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppActress Jeanne Moreau, one of French cinema’s biggest stars, died Monday at her home in Paris. She was 89. Moreau was described as a sensual actress, became an icon of the French New Wave, a late 1950s film movement where directors veered from traditional linear tropes of storytelling and created a new language of film. Dubbed “Le Moreau,” she was one of the most sought-after actresses of her time. She worked with many leading directors in top films including Lift to the Scaffold in 1958 and Les…

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