Parke Levy, who created the mother-in-law TV series "December Bride" and wrote and directed for the hit radio show "My Friend Irma," has died at age 84.
Michael Kanin, a playwright and screenwriter who shared an Oscar in 1942 for the Katharine Hepburn-Spencer Tracy film classic "Woman of the Year," has died at age 83.
Claude Kirchner, a radio and TV personality and a pioneer in children's television, died March 8 of cancer.
Jim Boyd, a country-western performer who recorded hundreds of songs with "Bill and the Cowboy Ramblers," died of lung cancer Thursday in Dallas at age 78 .
Madonna's multimedia outfit Maverick has confirmed the appointment of Iris Dugow as president of Maverick TV Co. Dugow will serve as a producer, writer and director on selected projects in addition…
M.E. (Gene) Hall, founder of an influential jazz program at the U. of North Texas, died March 4 of a heart attack.
Robert Drake and Gigi Duenas Drake, a girl, Olivia Rae Duenas Drake, Dec. 17, Holy Cross Medical Center, Mission Hills.
Singleton Palmer, a member of the Count Basie band from 1947 to 1949, died of bone cancer March 8.
Michael Havas, retired studio executive, died March 6 in New York City from complications of asthma.
Manuel da Fonseca, one of Portugal's most prominent writers and poets, died March 11 of cancer. He was 81.