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She asked her mother, "What will I be? … "Will I be pretty? … "Will I be rich?" "... Que sera, sera … " Everyone... [Read More]
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I'm still sad. When news arrived last week that Doris Day had died, part of my heart passed away, too. My first crush was not... [Read More]
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Rest in peace Doris Day, Tim Conway and Peggy Lipton. Rolling Stones announce make-up concert date. Go Fund Me drives to fight cancer in the... [Read More]
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It was surprising to hear my niece say "I don't know who that is" when I told her the new this past week that Doris... [Read More]
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It was Oscar Levant who uttered the famous line: "I knew Doris Day before she was a virgin." [Read More]
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It was Oscar Levant who uttered the famous line: "I knew Doris Day before she was a virgin." [Read More]
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We remember these celebrities who recently died for the music they created (Doris Day), characters they portrayed (Peggy Lipton's Julie Barnes, Peter Mayhew's Chewbacca), their... [Read More]
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Charley Cullin Walters isn't surprised that Doris Day will not have a funeral, memorial service or grave marker, per a stipulation in her will. [Read More]
YES Cinema in Columbus will pay tribute to Doris Day with a showing of Alfred Hitchcock's "The Man Who Knew Too Much," at 2 p.m.... [Read More]
Growing up in the 1950s and '60s, there was no avoiding the adorable Doris Day. She was cute as a bug, wholesome, winsome and adored,... [Read More]
Que será, será; Whatever will be. Last week a chapter of modern culture closed with the passing of the wonderful Doris Day. But perhaps there's... [Read More]
BY JOAN M. COOK Yale University Hollywood legend Doris Day died May 13, 2019 at age 97 at her home in Carmel Valley, California. The... [Read More]
It was Oscar Levant who uttered the famous line: "I knew Doris Day before she was a virgin." [Read More]
Robert Whitcomb's weekly examination of everything that is important. Only Whitcomb offers such a collection of insights on the global and local issues that matter. [Read More]
Growing up in the 1950s and '60s, there was no avoiding the adorable Doris Day. She was cute as a bug, wholesome, winsome and adored,... [Read More]
Doris Day was complicated and forward-thinking — and never got credit for it. [Read More]
Her on-screen fashion in the late 1950s and early '60s saw her glide through every workplace scenario, inspiring working women. [Read More]
Today, Doris Day's characters would be laughable to world-weary children trapped in a sexualized world. But I can testify that watching grown-ups crawl into twin... [Read More]
Doris Day, who died Monday at age 96, was one of the great voices of the 20th century, though, as with her acting, the apparent... [Read More]
Following the annual ceremony honoring Greenwich student writings about diversity, I cornered First Selectman Peter Tesei to accuse him of drafting this year's topic. ... [Read More]
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