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The artist Andrew Kuo charts the album “Die Young.”
Mr. Cole, who was mentored by Alastair Sim, played a young Scrooge in 1951, then went on to gain fame for his role in “Minder,” an ITV series.
Younger Americans aren’t just getting cancer diagnoses earlier. They are dying of colorectal cancer at slightly higher rates than in previous decades, and no one really knows why.
Mr. Taylor, who later became a drug counselor, was ejected from the band because of his drinking and drug use.
YOUNG--Hugh Hampton II, MD, born and raised in Baltimore, MD, died peacefully at his home in Weston, MA, on Sunday, October 29, 2006. A memorial service will be held at St Peter's Episcopal Church in Weston, MA on November 16, at 11AM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Hugh H. Young II Memorial Fund, Dept. of Urology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA 02114, or to a charity of your choice.
YOUNG--Hugh Hampton II, MD, of Weston, MA, 75, died Sunday, October 29, 2006 at his home in Weston, MA. He is survived by his wife, Joyce (Lenz) Young, three children, Hugh H. Young III and Mark Edward Young, both of Weston, MA, and Martha Y. DoByns of Shapleigh, ME, six grandchildren, a sister, Betsy Y. Fenhagen of Chapel Hill, NC, and a brother, James, of Ocean Pines, MD. He is predeceased by his brother, Colston Young. A memorial service will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be s ...
HOLDEN-Richmond Young, Sr., of Weston, MA and Quogue, Long Island, NY on July 24, 2001. He was the former President of J.L. Hammett Co. and a late WW II Veteran. Husband of the late Mary Jane (Muzzy) Holden. Father of Richmond Y. Holden, Jr. of Doxbury, MA, Jeffrey S. Holden of Weston, MA, Mary Cort Atkinson of Atlanta, GA, and Luisa H. Holden of Weston, MA. Also survived by ten grandchildren. A memorial service was held on Friday, July 27 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Weston, MA. Donations ...
Ms. Maslen created Bob Books, simple stories simply illustrated, and thereby helped teach countless youngsters to read.
He was an All-Star fastball pitcher with the Giants until he developed a sore arm. He salvaged his career by learning to throw a screwball.
Mr. Myers’s fiction for young readers often centered on African-Americans struggling in tough environments.
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