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Dixie Carter dead at age 70

Dixie Carter had a long career as an actress and cabaret singer.  Her signature role was as the opinionated star of “Designing Women,” which focused on four women running an interior design firm in Atlanta. The show ran from 1986 to 1993. Dixie Carter is survived by daughters Mary Dixie and Ginna and a sister, Melba Helen Heath. She was divorced from Arthur Carter and actor George Hearn

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Six Illegal Aliens gang rape woman in Virgina

–Waldorf, Virginia Six illegal aliens are charged with holding a woman against her will overnight and gang raping her, Police officials said. One of the men first met the 30-year-old Alexandria woman Monday night at an Alexandria nightclub, authorities reported. He offered to drive her home, and when she got to his car, there were several other men inside the vehicle.

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Robert Culp dies at age 79.

According to authorities, Robert Culp had been in the middle of taking a walk near his home in Los Angeles.Theveteran actor, Culp had many recognizable roles to his name, from playing  Kelly Robinson opposite Bill Cosby in the 1960s TV series I Spy, to FBI Agent Bill Maxwell in the 1981-1983 series The Greatest American Hero, to the antique-collecting father of the bride in modern sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond Gamers will know Culp best as the voice of Half-Life 2 antagonist Dr. Wallace Breen, the scientist who was the liaison to the Combine and the administrator of the occupied Earth. …

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Mark Linkous of Sparklehorse commited sucide

The musician died at age 47 on Saturday in Knoxville, Tennessee. According to his manager Shelby Meade, “Linkous shot himself in the heart with a gun that he owned and used“. Lt. Greg Hoskins of the Knoxville Police Department responded to a call at 1:20 pm where they found his body in  outside of one of his friend’s home. He was declared dead at the scene. Linkous is better known under the name Sparklehorse which he released four albums under.

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