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Doris Kenner-Jackson

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Doris Kenner-Jackson of the Shirelles — whose early ’60s hits included “Soldier Boy,” “Tonight’s The Night,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “Baby, It’s You,” among others — died Feb. 4 in Sacramento…

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Inside Moves

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The toppers at Imagine and DreamWorks have been meeting regularly lately on creative projects involving the Web site Pop.com as well as a possible online global film school. The comings and goings of…

Louis Pelletier

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Screenwriter Louis Pelletier, who wrote such Disney family films as “Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit” as well as TV shows and more than 500 episodes of the radio show “The FBI in Peace and War,” died…

Olgita DeCastro

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Olgita DeCastro, who performed and recorded with DeCastro Sisters for over 30 years, died Feb. 14 at her home in Las Vegas following an asthma attack. She was 64. A native of Los Angeles and cousin…

John C. Kuehne

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John C. Kuehne, a bassist who performed with the Monkees, Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor, died Feb. 12 of causes which were not released. He was 58. An accomplished bass player, he attended San…

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Oscar Watch

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VISIT ACADEMY CENTRALKeanu Reeves has been tapped for a second time as an Academy Awards presenter. Reeves, who starred in 1999’s “The Matrix,” will next be seen in “The Replacements” this summer…

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