Bob Crewe, Composer of Many Four Seasons Hits, Dies at 83
12 Sep 2014
Bob Crewe, the songwriter and producer who was to all intents and purposes the unseen fifth member of the Four Seasons, co-writing many of their greatest hits, including "Sherry," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Walk Like a Man" and "Rag Doll," died on Sept. 11. He was 83.
Joan Rivers, Comedian with a Long Career Who Played Broadway, Dead at 81
04 Sep 2014
Joan Rivers, a comedian whose tongue was often tart and whose talent for reinventing herself led to an unusually long and varied career, died Sept. 4. On Aug. 28, she was rushed to the hospital after suffering from cardiac arrest during an endoscopy at a clinic in New York City. She was 81.