One account calls him a "real-life Willy Wonka."
Leonard was prolific. He was catnip to TV and film producers looking for material.
The Get Shorty, Out of Sight, and Justified author died this morning.
A legendary writer of Westerns and crime novels. His work has been adapted into countless movies and TV show.
Eydie Gormé, who died on Saturday at 84, was the beneficiary of two mid-century inventions: the television variety show and the Great American Songbook.
She won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Myrtle Wilson in The Great Gatsby.
The Brooklyn restaurateur took his own life last week.
An homage to the late artist and his inspirational New York Earth Room.
Her career spanned nine presidencies.
His style and designs are often imitated.
Don't pour one out for him — drink one neat, maybe with a splash of water.
Monteith had never sung before Glee, and it showed. It didn’t matter, though.
The best-selling author of Red Moon pays homage to the legend who inspired him and countless other inventive writers.
The one with the thing on the wing.
Writer of What Dreams May Come and many classic Twilight Zone episodes.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer died yesterday in Memphis at 83.
Sit, Ubu. Sit.