Obit
Oct. 4 2004 1:23 PMThe Avedon LookHow the grand old master of portraiture made his name.
July 2 2004 6:13 PMMarlon BrandoThe largest actor of them all.
March 31 2004 3:37 PMAlistair CookeAmerica's pet Brit, Britain's favorite American.
Dec. 1 2003 7:58 PMDeath of a PolymathHugh Kenner's passing marks the end of an era.
Sept. 26 2003 3:44 PMA valediction for Edward Said.
May 20 2003 5:04 PMJune Carter CashThe den mother of country music.
Feb. 7 2003 12:37 PMLana ClarksonRequiem for the Barbarian Queen.
Dec. 6 2002 7:50 PMRoone ArledgeWas he good for TV sports and news?
Oct. 14 2002 5:35 PMShould Stephen Ambrose Be Pardoned?The patriot as prose-thief.
June 6 2002 4:17 PMLew WassermanThe man who ruined movies.
Nov. 30 2001 5:21 PMGeorge HarrisonThey wouldn't have been the Beatles without him.
Sept. 9 1999 4:30 AM Remembering HerbHerbert Stein, 1916-1999.
Aug. 11 2004 8:15 AMI'm Rick James, B*tchThe artist behind the Super Freak.
June 11 2004 6:35 PMIt's a Shame About RayThe passing of an American musical icon.
Dec. 22 2003 6:41 PMWhiskey TripGary Stewart, the demi-legend of country music.
Oct. 22 2003 7:08 PMNew York in ReverseElliott Smith's idea of heaven was modest, like everything else about the songwriter.
May 21 2003 2:11 PMSlain, at LastThe late, great Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Feb. 27 2003 6:59 PMGoodbye, NeighborA Farewell to Mister Rogers.
Feb. 4 2003 5:26 PMFear and LoathingHow Leslie Fiedler turned American criticism on its head.
Nov. 1 2002 6:10 PMThe Gentlemanly Planner of AssassinationsThe nasty career of CIA Director Richard Helms.
June 14 2002 1:56 PMJohn GottiThe last don, as seen by the Family.
May 15 2002 5:45 PMDeadline JournalismObits, British and American.
Dec. 1 1999 3:30 AM Hsing-HsingBlah-blah.
June 10 1998 3:30 AMA Bridge to the WorldAlfred Kazin, 1915-1998.