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Hayden Fry, Who Made Iowa a Football Powerhouse, Dies at 90


The Hawkeyes had foundered for nearly two decades when he took over in 1979. It took him three seasons to turn the team around.

Terese Hayden, Whose Guide Helped Actors Get Cast, Dies at 98


A struggling performer herself, she began publishing The Players’ Guide, a compendium of names, photographs, credits and phone numbers, in 1944.

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Hayden White, Who Explored How History Is Made, Dies at 89


Dr. White’s ideas about how we shape the past have been fueling discussion in history and other fields for half a century.

Tom Hayden, Civil Rights and Antiwar Activist Turned Lawmaker, Dies at 76


Mr. Hayden, one of the nation’s most visible radicals in the 1960s and early ’70s, was a founder of Students for a Democratic Society and a former husband of Jane Fonda.

A Tribute Dinner for the Chef Gerry Hayden


The dinner, part of the New York City Wine and Food Festival, will feature food from Charlie Palmer and Mr. Hayden’s widow, Claudia Fleming.

Gerry Hayden, Who Took Farm-to-Table Dining to Long Island, Dies at 50


Mr. Hayden worked at noted Manhattan restaurants before promoting New American cuisine at his and his wife’s North Fork Table and Inn in Southold.

Hayden Carruth, Poet and Critic, Dies at 87


Primarily known as a critic and editor, Mr. Carruth produced some 30 books of poetry that addressed subjects like madness, death and the fragility of the natural world.

Paid Notice: Deaths HAYDEN, LARRY


HAYDEN--Larry. October 8, 1950-October 11, 2006. Dancing with the angels on high.

Paid Notice: Deaths HAYDEN, MELISSA


HAYDEN--Melissa. We owe a debt of gratitude to the spirit, discipline, artistry and commitment of Millie. A convert and then a disciple of Mr. Balanchine, she endeavored to communicate a sense of artistic credibility to an art form that is often obscure. There was never an obstacle that she felt she could not overcome. Her courage with regard to art and its dissemination was and is, an inspiration. The memory of Millie will remain of pillar of inspiration to the art of all dance. The George Bala ...

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