He was one of the first African American military aviators and later directed Project Blue Book.
Her steamy Cinderella tale “Scruples” was turned into a TV miniseries, and her books were translated into more than 50 languages.
He arranged and produced memorable recordings of the early rock era, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
He faced economic trouble and other problems as the island nation’s first communist president.
Its lush vocal harmonies made the Grammy-nominated trio one of the most popular vocal groups of the 1960s.
The Yale law professor praised youth culture of the 1960s as the coming of a new social consciousness.
She wrote celebrated cookbooks and for publications including the New York Times.
Four husbands, four sons and more than 40 years after the court case that made her famous, she courted the spotlight by merchandising her celebrity.
In award-winning books, the Columbia University professor traced the evolution of liberalism from the New Deal to the 21st century.
He is scheduled to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August.
Mr. Price’s 19 novels were compared favorably with John le Carré’s.
The Italian director was a self-proclaimed “flag-bearer of the crusade against boredom, bad taste and stupidity in the theater.”
He served more than 20 years in the Maryland House of Delegates, including six as speaker.
She was featured in “Midnight Cowboy” and “Farewell, My Lovely,” and became a ubiquitous presence at Manhattan parties.
She melded psychology and nutrition in a pioneering effort to make children lifelong healthy eaters.