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Marge Schott 2004 Deaths

Marge SchottAge: 75 former owner of the Cincinnati Reds. She bought the team in 1984, becoming the first woman to buy a Major League team. Her downfall began in 1992, when colleagues complaine…

Francesco Scavullo 2004 Deaths

Francesco ScavulloAge: 82 photographer whose often provocative portraits appeared frequently on the covers of fashion magazines, particularly Cosmopolitan. Died: Manhattan, Jan. 6, 2004Isabel …

Frances Schreuder 2004 Deaths

Frances SchreuderAge: 65 New York socialite who was convicted of first-degree murder for convincing her 17-year-old son to kill her father. She served 13 years in prison. Her son, Marc, was fo…

Fargo (1996)

Director: Joel CoenCast: Frances McDormand, William H. Macy, Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare McDormand earned a 1996 Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Marge Gunderson, an unflappable, v…

Poems

by EmilyDickinsonBecloudedXXXIThe Hemlock The Hemlock I think the hemlock likes to stand Upon a marge of snow; It suits his own austerity, And satisfies an awe That men must slake in wild…

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

CBSFriday 8:00–9:00 p.m. Cast:William Petersen, Marg Helgenberger, Paul Guifoyle, Gary Dourdan, George Eads A new spin on the old cop-show genre: forensic investigators do double duty as…

The Simpsons

The Simpson family first appeared in 1988 in small animated vignettes on The Tracey Ullman Show. Creator Matt Groening and producer James L. Brooks turned the idea into a full half-hour show, which p…

Matt Groening

Matt Groening's animated creations, the Simpson family, first appeared on TheTracey UllmanShow, which opened on the Fox network in 1987. The new network took a chance and gave The Simpsons a prime-tim…

Kirke's Lambs

The Queen's Royal West Surrey. Called “Kirke” from Piercy Kirke, their colonel, 1682-1691; and “Lambs” from their badge, the Paschal Lamb the crest of the house of B…

Poems

Poem 73 Poem 75 The Hemlock I think the hemlock likes to stand Upon a marge of snow; It suits his own austerity, And satisfies an awe That men must slake in wilderness, Or in the desert c…