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Harold Blake, Loyal to Robert Moses Until the End, Dies at 91

2020-05-21T16:59:00+0000

He was executive assistant to that imperious urban planner when Mr. Moses headed the 1964-65 World’s Fair in New York. He was later an executive with the city’s bridge and tunnel authority.


Dr. Marion Moses, Top Aide to Cesar Chavez, Dies at 84

2020-09-15T18:13:32+0000

She tended to the health of poor farm workers and was at the forefront of a 1960s national grape boycott that brought his agricultural union triumph.


Why Robert Moses Keeps Rising From an Unquiet Grave

2017-03-21T16:03:00+0000

In moving to replace a highway, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo invoked the legacy of the master builder of New York.


Moses Malone, 76ers’ ‘Chairman of the Boards,’ Dies at 60

2015-09-13T15:43:04+0000

Malone, a three-time league M.V.P., was the first modern player to go straight from high school to the pros when he made his A.B.A. debut in 1974.


Dr. Marion Moses, Top Aide to Cesar Chavez, Dies at 84

2020-09-15T18:13:32+0000

She tended to the health of poor farm workers and was at the forefront of a 1960s national grape boycott that brought his agricultural union triumph.


Harold Blake, Loyal to Robert Moses Until the End, Dies at 91

2020-05-21T16:59:00+0000

He was executive assistant to that imperious urban planner when Mr. Moses headed the 1964-65 World’s Fair in New York. He was later an executive with the city’s bridge and tunnel authority.


Hildegard Bachert, 98, Dies; Championed Klimt, Schiele and Grandma Moses

2019-10-23T21:11:15+0000

In her 78 years at the Galerie St. Etienne in Manhattan, she promoted German and Austrian Expressionists as well as the celebrated American folk artist.


Why Robert Moses Keeps Rising From an Unquiet Grave

2017-03-21T16:03:00+0000

In moving to replace a highway, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo invoked the legacy of the master builder of New York.


Moses Malone, 76ers’ ‘Chairman of the Boards,’ Dies at 60

2015-09-13T15:43:04+0000

Malone, a three-time league M.V.P., was the first modern player to go straight from high school to the pros when he made his A.B.A. debut in 1974.


Robert Moses, Master Builder, is Dead at 92

2010-12-15T20:03:18+0000

the American public servant who supervised the construction of many New York landmarks, including the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Shea Stadium



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He traded licks with Duane Allman and proved to be a worthy sparring partner. He also wrote, and sang, the band’s biggest hit, “Ramblin’ Man.”

Dinh Q. Le, Artist Who Weighed War and Memory, Dies at 56

Thu, 18 Apr 2024 20:26:31 +0000

His most famous work — collages of Vietnam War photographs, popular film stills and Western imagery — focused on a history of his homeland that he feared was being lost.

Bob Graham, Former Florida Governor and Senator, Dies at 87

Thu, 18 Apr 2024 16:18:28 +0000

After the 9/11 attacks, Mr. Graham became an outspoken critic of President George W. Bush’s response and voted against invading Iraq.

Ken Holtzman, Who Pitched Two No-Hitters for the Cubs, Is Dead at 78

Thu, 18 Apr 2024 16:17:03 +0000

He was part of the Oakland A’s dynasty in the ’70s. He was also the winningest Jewish pitcher in Major League Baseball, surpassing Sandy Koufax.

Carl Erskine, a Star Pitcher of the Dodgers’ Glory Years, Is Dead at 97

Wed, 17 Apr 2024 03:12:25 +0000

The record-setting pitcher known as Oisk in Brooklyn was the last surviving member of “The Boys of Summer.”

Whitey Herzog, Hall of Fame Cardinals Manager, Dies at 92

Wed, 17 Apr 2024 14:32:56 +0000

He won three pennants and a World Series as the St. Louis skipper, promoting what was called “Whiteyball,” combining speed, defense and pitching.



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