Rock guitarist Ronnie Montrose died Saturday, March 3, of prostate cancer. He was 64.
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Conceptual designer Ralph McQuarrie, who designed the look of "Star Wars" characters including Darth Vader and Chewbacca, died Saturday, March 3, in Berkeley, Calif.
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