A look at some of the most memorable moments from Tony Scott’s films
TIME helps a culinary icon celebrate her centenary.
The legendary Robert Hughes died Aug. 7, 2012, after a long illness. He was 74. Hughes’s writing graced TIME’s pages for decades. Here are some highlights from his cover stories.
Since 1957, TIME has been covering Vidal extensively. Here is a small sampling of our writing on his remarkable life and work.
The citizens of Talkeetna, Ak., are still smitten with their politikitten.
Now let’s all sing that song that reminds us of the good times. You know the one.
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Television icon Andy Griffith died on July 3 at his North Carolina home, according to WITN. He was 86. Griffith’s close friend and former University of North Carolina president Bill Friday confirmed his …
The writer of ‘When Harry Met Sally’ and ‘You’ve Got Mail’ died June 26 at 71. NewsFeed looks back at some of her greatest cinematic achievements.
Groening’s 35-year-old comic strip ‘Life in Hell’, whose characters saw life through doom-tinted lenses, ended this week after 35 years.
To mark the mafia informant’s death this week, here’s our favorite clip of Henry Hill that’s not in a Martin Scorcese film.
A look at the ‘Family Feud’ host’s star turn on a far more evil game show: ‘The Running Man.’
The subject of one of the Internet’s most beloved memes passed away after complications from a stroke.