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Thomas PaineDec 19, 1776

Charles DickensApr 1, 1854

Babe RuthJul 5, 1919

Charlie ChaplinFeb 5, 1937

Frank SinatraDec 31, 1943

Jackie RobinsonJun 24, 1947

Sugar Ray RobinsonMar 25, 1958

Roger MarisMay 22, 1962

Barbra StreisandMar 22, 1964

Stephen Jay GouldSep 21, 1979

Rickey HendersonJul 27, 1982

Reggie JacksonMay 13, 1983

Donald TrumpSep 2, 1987

Eddie MurrayApr 21, 1994

Morgan FreemanAug 3, 2008

Bobby OrrNov 3, 2013

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Times - Historical Events
Date Event
1697-05-07

Stockholm's royal castle (dating back to medieval times) is destroyed by fire (in the 18th century, it is replaced by the current Royal Palace).

1776-12-19

Thomas Paine published his 1st "American Crisis" essay, in which he wrote, "These are the times that try men's souls"

1776-12-23

Thomas Paine writes "These are the times that try men's souls"

1785-01-01

"Daily Universal Register" (Times of London) publishes 1st issue

1785-01-13

John Walter publishes 1st issue of London Times

1788-01-01

London's Daily Universal Registrar becomes the Times

1814-11-28

The Times of London is for the first time printed by automatic, steam powered presses built by the German inventors Friedrich Koenig and Andreas Friedrich Bauer, signaling the beginning of the availability of newspapers to a mass audience.

1822-10-20

1st edition of London Sunday Times

1831-12-10

"Spirit of the Times" begins publishing (weekly horse racing sheet)

1837-11-21

Thomas Morris of Australia skips rope 22,806 times

1838-11-03

The Times of India, the world's largest circulated English language daily broadsheet newspaper is founded as The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce.

1851-09-18

New York Times starts publishing (2 cents a copy)

1853-09-24

Northern Daily Times, 1st provincial daily newspaper, starts in London

1854-04-01

Hard Times begins serialisation in Charles Dickens magazine, Household Words.

1854-10-23

The Times gives precise British positions in Crimea

1870-11-27

NY Times dubs baseball "The National Game"

1871-10-27

Boss Tweed (William Macy Tweed), Democratic leader of Tammany Hall, arrested after NY Times exposed his corruption

1878-09-25

British physician Dr. Charles Drysdale warns against the use of tobacco in a letter to The Times newspaper in one of the earliest pubic health announcements on the dangers of smoking

1881-12-04

The first edition of the Los Angeles Times is published.

1886-02-23

London Times publishes world's 1st classified ad

1888-09-06

Charles Turner becomes the first bowler to take 250 wickets in an English season - a feat since accomplished only by Tom Richardson (twice), J.T. Hearne, Wilfred Rhodes (twice) and Tich Freeman (six times).

1896-05-06

Samuel Pierpont Langley flies his unpiloted Number 5 aircraft using a catapult launch from a boat on the Potomac River, USA. The aircraft travels almost 3/4 of a mile - ten times further than any previous heavier-than-air flying machine.

1896-08-18

Adolph Ochs (39) buys NY Times

1897-02-10

NY Times begins using slogan "All the News That's Fit to Print"

1899-01-03

The first known use of the word automobile, was seen in an editorial in The New York Times.

1899-08-15

Louisville's Henry Dowling struck out 5 times in a game

1904-05-30

Frank Chance gets hit by pitch 5 times in a doubleheader

1904-12-31

The first New Year's Eve celebration is held in Times Square, then known as Longacre Square, in New York, New York.

1906-04-18

The Los Angeles Times story on the Azusa Street Revival launches Pentecostalism as a worldwide movement.

1907-12-31

For 1st time a ball drops at Times Square to signal new year

1908-01-01

1st time, ball signifying new year dropped at Times Square

1910-08-27

Wash Red Killefer sacrifices record 4 times against Detroit

1910-10-01

Explosion at LA Times kills 21

1911-08-19

NY Giant Christy Mathewson loses after beating Reds 22 straight times

1913-06-06

Rabbit Maranville, is thrown out trying to steal home 3 times

1913-06-20

Bert Daniels set AL mark, being hit-by-pitch 3 times in a doubleheader

1913-07-25

Carl Weilman strikes out 6 times in a 15 inning game

1919-07-05

Red Sox Babe Ruth hits 2 HRs in a game for his 1st of 72 times

1920-01-13

NY Times editorial (falsely) reports rockets can never fly

1922-06-12

St Louis Brown Hub Pruett strikes out Babe Ruth 3 straight times

1922-06-13

Longest attack of hiccups begins Charlie Osborne, 98 hiccupped over 435 million times before it stops, He dies 11 months after it stops

1922-12-19

Theresa Vaughn, 24, confessed in court in Sheffield, England, to being married 61 times over 5 years in 50 cities in three countris

1923-09-28

Radio Times 1st published

1925-06-15

Phila As go into bottom of 8th inning trailing 15-4, then score 13 times to defeat Cleveland 17-15

1930-05-26

Joe Sewell, strikes out twice of his 3 times in 1930, by Pat Caraway

1930-06-07

NY Times agrees to capitalize the n in "Negro"

1930-07-13

Sarnoff reports in NY Times "TV would be a theater in every home"

1934-01-15

While robbing the First National Bank in East Chicago, Indianapolis, Dillinger is shot several times by officer William O'Malley, but survives because he is wearing a bullet proof vest.

1934-06-25

Yank pitcher John Broaca ties record by striking out 5 times

1934-07-14

NY Times erroneously declares Ruth 700 HR record to stand for all time

1934-08-02

William Franks twirls an indian club overhead 17,280 times in 1 hour

1936-01-07

Tennis champs Helen Moody & Howard Kinsley volley 2,001 times (1h18m)

1936-05-24

Tony Lazerri 2 grand slams (11 RBIs); Ben Chapman sets record by reaching 1st 7 times safely, Yanks beat A's 25-2

1936-09-14

Paul Waner ties Rogers Hornsby's NL record of 200 hits for 7 times

1937-02-05

1st Charlie Chaplin talkie, "Modern Times," released

1938-06-16

Boston Red Sox Jimmie Foxx is walked a record 6 consecutive times by St Louis Browns

1938-10-02

Indian Bob Feller strikes out record 18 Tigers (Chester Laabs 5 times)

1942-02-02

LA Times urges security measures against Japanese-Americans

1942-12-28

Robert Sullivan becomes 1st pilot to fly Atlantic 100 times

1943-06-05

President Laurel was shot around 4 times with a 45 caliber pistol while playing golf at the Wack Wack Golf Course in Mandaluyong

1943-12-31

NYC's Times Square greets Frank Sinatra at Paramount Theater

1947-06-24

Jackie Robinson swipes home for 1st of 19 times in his career

1950-05-19

NY Times reports of worlds smallest & dumbest mechanical brain

1950-12-02

Vic Toweel knocks down Danny O'Sullivan 14 times in a title fight

1951-06-11

NY Times reports the NYC subway will auction off things found

1952-03-23

Rangers with less than 14 minutes to go blow a 6-2 lead, losing 7-6 to Chicago Black Hawks. Mosienko scores 3 times in 21 seconds

1952-08-17

"Fallout" 1st used (NY Times)

1953-10-18

Willie Thrower becomes 1st black NFL quarterback in modern times

1957-07-28

White Sox' James Landis struck out 5 times in a game

1958-03-25

Sugar Ray Robinson is 1st boxing champ to win 5 times

1958-09-13

Braves Warren Spahn is 1st lefty to win 20 or more games 9 times

1960-01-01

Bank of France issues new franc, worth 100 times the value of existing francs

1962-01-28

Johanne Relleke gets stung by bees 2,443 times in Rhodesia & survives

1962-05-22

Roger Maris walks 5 times (record 4 intentionally) in a 9 inn game

1962-05-23

Scott Carpenter orbits Earth 3 times in US Aurora 7

1963-04-13

Pirate's Bob Friend balks 4 times in a game

1963-06-14

Valery Bykovsky in Vostok 5 orbits earth 81 times in 5 days

1964-03-09

Supreme Court issues NY Times vs Sullivan decision, public officials must prove malice to claim libel & recover damages

1964-03-22

Barbra Streisand appears on the cover of NY Times Magazine section

1965-09-29

Phillies catcher Pat Corrales sets record by reaching base twice on catcher's interference in one game & 6 times in one season

1965-12-17

Largest newspaper-Sunday NY Times at 946 pages (50 cents)

1966-10-01

Newspaper magnate Thomson purchases "The Times"

1966-11-20

Dallas sacks Pittsburgh QBs an NFL record 12 times

1967-01-14

NY Times reports Army is conducting secret germ warfare experiments

1967-07-24

Beatles sign a petition in Times to legalize marijuana

1967-08-27

Naomi Sims is 1st black model on US cover (Fashion of the Times)

1968-06-03

Valerie Solanas, author of SCUM Manifesto, attempts to assassinate Andy Warhol by shooting him three times.

1969-05-10

Turtles play White House, Mark Volman falls off stage 5 times

1969-12-29

NY Times reports Curt Flood will sue baseball & challenge the reserve clause

1970-02-27

NY Times (falsely) reports US army has ended domestic surveillance

1970-06-04

Yanks Horace Clarke breaks up a no-hitter in the 9th for the 1st of 3 times in 28 days

1970-06-19

Yanks Horace Clarke breaks up a no-hitter in the 9th for the 2nd of 3 times in 28 days

1970-09-21

New York Times starts first modern op-ed page.

1971-06-13

The New York Times begin publishing excerpts from the Pentagon Papers, classified documents on the long history of the U.S. in Vietnam

1971-08-26

Orioles' Don Buford struck out 5 times in a game

1971-09-28

NY Times reports growing interest of white youth in black gospel music

1971-10-11

Brooks Robinson ties Series record, reaches base 5 straight times

1972-02-25

Attempted assassination of Minister of State for Home Affairs John Taylor who is shot a number of times (the Official Irish Republican Army later claimed responsibility)

1972-04-23

The Sunday Times Insight Team publish their account of the events of 'Bloody Sunday'

1972-05-01

"Different Times" opens at ANTA Theater NYC for 24 performances

1972-05-20

"Different Times" closes at ANTA Theater NYC after 24 performances

1972-06-03

Yanks score 8 times in 13th beating White Sox 18-10

1973-05-11

Citing government misconduct, Daniel Ellsberg has his charges for his involvement in releasing the Pentagon Papers to The New York Times dismissed.

1973-09-06

New York Times reports almost all Superfectas run at Yonkers, Roosevelt & Monticello from Jan-Mar of 1973 were fixed

1974-02-01

"Good Times" (spinoff from "Maude") premieres on CBS TV

1974-02-08

"Good Times," debuts on CBS TV

1974-09-11

Cards beat Mets, 4-3, in 25 (7h4m), record 202 plate appearances, Félix Millán & John Milner come to bat 12 times each

1975-07-20

India expels three reporters from The Times, The Daily Telegraph, and Newsweek because they refused to sign a pledge to abide by government censorship.

1975-08-11

Expos' Jose Mangual struck out 5 times in a game

1978-05-28

Indianapolis 500: Al Unser became 5th to win the race 3 times

1979-09-21

Stephen Jay Gould and Richard Lewontin publish their influential paper (cited more than 4,000 times) "The Spandrels of San Marco and the panglossian paradigm", introducing the term and idea of "spandrels" into evolutionary biology

1979-11-13

British newspaper "The Times" resumes publishing after 1 year

1980-10-26

St Louis Cards sack Balt Colt QBs an NFL record tying 12 times

1981-02-13

Longest sentence published by NY Times-1286 words

1981-11-22

Browns' QB Brian Sipe sets club record by being intercepted 6 times

1982-03-01

NY Times raises it's price from 25 cents to 30 cents

1982-05-03

NY Times reports that military will get 25% of NASA's budget

1982-07-27

California catches A's Rickey Henderson stealing 3 times

1982-12-23

The United States Environmental Protection Agency announces it has identified dangerous levels of dioxin in the soil of Times Beach, Missouri.

1983-02-23

The United States Environmental Protection Agency announces its intent to buy out and evacuate the dioxin-contaminated community of Times Beach, Missouri.

1983-05-13

Reggie Jackson is 1st major leaguer to strike out 2,000 times

1984-06-09

Cyndi Lauper's 1st #1 "Time After Times"

1985-09-29

Houston QB Warren Moon sacked NFL tying record 12 times (by Cowboys)

1986-01-01

Iowa's All-American running back, Ronnie Harmon, fumbles the ball 4 times in his last game-the Rose Bowl

1986-04-30

Mariners strike out 16 times, set record of 36 in 2 consecutive games

1986-06-27

Robby Thompson (SF) sets record, caught stealing 4 times in 1 game

1986-06-27

SF Giant Robby Thompson is caught stealing record 4 times

1986-10-05

London Sunday Times reports Israel is stocking nuclear arms

1987-08-08

Brewers' Rob Deer struck-out 5 times in a game

1987-09-02

Donald Trump takes out a full page NY Times ad lambasting Japan

1987-10-19

"Black Monday" Dow Jones down 508.32 points (22%), 4½ times previous record

1990-09-18

500 lb 6' Hershey Kiss is displayed at 1 Times Square, NYC

1991-08-25

Martha Nause wins LPGA Chicago Sun-Times Shoot-Out Golf Tournament

1992-08-30

Dottie Mochrie wins LPGA Sun-Times Golf Challenge

1993-09-09

Croupier of casino in Bristol, England, shoots a 4 a record eight times

1994-04-21

Eddie Murray sets record for switch hit HRS in a games (11 times)

1995-04-02

Sunday NY Times raises price from $2.00 to $2.50

1995-09-19

The Washington Post and The New York Times publish the Unabomber's manifesto.

1996-06-01

Sony does not renew lease on megatron in Times Square

1996-09-07

Rap artist Tupac Shahur shot multiple times in drive by shooting in Las Vegas, dies 6 days later

1996-11-07

NFL/Heisman Trophy Winner Mike Rozier, is shot several times

1999-05-21

All My Children star Susan Lucci finally wins a Daytime Emmy after being nominated 19 times, the longest period of unsuccessful nominations in television history

2004-05-26

The New York Times publishes an admission of journalistic failings, claiming that its flawed reporting and lack of skeptism towards sources during the buildup to the 2003 war in Iraq helped promote the belief that Iraq possessed large stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction.

2008-08-03

Morgan Freeman is injured in an automobile accident near Ruleville, Mississippi, when his car flipped over several times on the highway

2010-05-01

Car bomb fails to go off in Times Square, New York City

2012-10-26

China blocks the New York Times from searches and social media in response to an investigation into Premier Wen Jiabao

2013-11-03

Bobby Orr's autobiography "Orr: My Story" debuts at the #8 position on The New York Times best seller list for nonfiction

2016-01-30

New York Times endorses Hillary Clinton for president

2016-02-17

Kanye West's new album pirated over 500000 times

2016-03-01

Trump rivals call for release of NY Times editorial board tape

2016-06-19

UK's Sunday Times urges readers to vote for "Leave"

2016-11-22

ISIS Used Chemical Arms at Least 52 Times in Syria and Iraq, Report Says

2017-06-17

New York Times sues FBI to get notes of Comey-Trump talks

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Times - Notable Birthdays

Stan MusialNov 21, 1920

William SafireDec 17, 1929

Mickey WrightFeb 14, 1935

Paul KrugmanFeb 28, 1953

Patrick DempseyJan 13, 1966

Times - Birthdays
Date Event
1776-02-23

John Walter II, London, chief proprietor (The Times, 1812-47)

1786-01-26

Benjamin Robert Haydon, Plymouth, painter (Waiting for The Times)

1843-04-08

Renato Fucini, Times Gone By

1846-10-21

Edmondo De Amicis, Times Gone By

1852-02-21

[James] Burner Matthews, US playwright/critic (NY Times)

1854-04-13

Richard T Ely, US economist (Hard Times)

1860-9-26

Edoardo Scarfoglio, Times Gone By

1863-10-19

John Huston Finley, Ill, editor (NY Times (1937-38)

1868-02-23

Henry Bergman, Modern Times

1870-12-13

Edward LeSaint, Modern Times

1871-01-30

Wilfred Lucas, Modern Times

1878-08-25

Murdock MacQuarrie, Modern Times

1878-12-31

Elizabeth Arden, Modern Times

1880-07-22

George Gibson, The Glory of Their Times

1880-07-29

Chief Meyers, The Glory of Their Times

1880-11-24

Cecil Reynolds, Modern Times

1885-06-29

Virginia Pope, (NY Times)

1886-01-11

Chester Conklin, Modern Times

1887-01-19

Alexander Woollcott, Five Times Five

1887-05-28

Hank Mann, Modern Times

1887-08-24

Harry Hooper, The Glory of Their Times

1887-9-20

Frank Testera, Modern Times

1889-04-02

Ira H. Morgan, Modern Times

1889-04-16

Charles Chaplin, Modern Times

1889-04-18

Fred Malatesta, Modern Times

1890-11-29

Roland Totheroh, Modern Times

1891-05-23

Max M. Autrey, Modern Times

1892-01-19

Olafur Thors, Icelandic PM (6 times, 1942-63)

1892-05-03

Del Baker, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1893-05-08

Edd Roush, The Glory of Their Times

1894-08-01

Stanley Blystone, Modern Times

1897-02-18

Charles Kuentz, WW1 veteran, changed nationality 4 times (d.2005)

1899-05-24

Suzanne Lenglen, France, Wimbledon tennis champion (6-times)

1900-07-29

Don Redman, Piedmont WV, orchestra leader (Sugar Hill Times)

1903-06-21

Al[bert] Hirschfield, St Louis Mo, cartoonist (NINA, NY Times)

1903-07-13

Della Steele, Modern Times

1904-07-31

Arthur Daley, sportswriter (NY Times-Pulitzer 1956)

1905-04-01

Sammy Stein, Modern Times

1905-07-15

Shirley Povich, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1908-08-30

Willie Bryant, New Orleans La, singer (Sugar Hill Times)

1909-01-01

Lillian Greenberg-Golson, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1909-07-02

Hermann Bengtson, German historian (Greeks Ancient Times)

1909-11-03

James "Scotty" Barrett Reston, Clydebank Scotld, journalist (NY Times)

1909-12-05

Edward B. Powell, Modern Times

1909-12-12

Herman 'Flea' Clifton, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1910-06-03

Paulette Goddard, Modern Times

1910-10-05

Gaetano Carancini, Times Gone By

1910-9-21

Elden Auker, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1911-01-04

Calvin A. Maehl, Hard Times

1911-03-05

Elspeth March, Woman Times Seven

1911-04-16

Peter Lopiccolo, Times Square

1912-02-16

Arthur Crook, British editor (Times Literary Supplement)

1912-08-04

David Raksin, Phila Penns, composer (Modern Times)

1912-08-04

David Raksin, Modern Times

1912-11-10

Birdie Tebbets, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1912-11-19

Bob Simpson, After Sunset: The Life & Times of the Drive-In Theater

1913-01-26

Mario Riva, Times Gone By

1913-07-11

Milton Stark, The Joker's Hard Times

1913-11-05

Vladimir Lifshits, A Tale of Lost Times

1914-01-05

Heinz Berggruen, The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo

1914-04-30

Norm Schachter, The Best of Times

1914-05-21

Solange Varenne, I Was It Three Times

1914-07-14

Donald McNeely, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1914-11-29

Caral Gimbel, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1914-12-02

Ray Walston, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1915-02-17

Norman Thomson, Terry of the 'Times'

1915-10-10

Harry Eisenstat, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1915-9-01

Arijoutsi, The May Day of All Times

1916-06-15

Marshall Field IV, publisher/editor (Chic Daily News, Sunday Times)

1917-01-11

Margaret Wright, The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter

1917-03-01

Robert Wyckoff, Good Times

1917-04-11

Barney McCosky, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1917-04-17

Siegfried Brachfeld, Two Half-Times in Hell

1917-04-26

Virgil Trucks, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1917-05-07

Al Wyatt Sr., Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1917-9-23

Marion Keisker, Elvis: His Life and Times

1917-9-28

Audree Wilson, Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times

1918-01-30

Pearlie McKeough, The Life and Times of Dwight D. Eisenhower

1918-05-14

Arthur McIntyre, cricket wicket-keeper (England 3 times early 50's)

1918-08-13

David Carliner, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1918-10-30

Robert Feller, Van Meter Iowa, MLB pitcher (Cleveland Indians, led AL in strikeouts 7 times)

1919-06-19

Pauline Kael, movie critic (NY Times, For Keeps)

1919-12-21

Pamela Ilott, For Our Times

1920-09-04

Craig Claiborne, food columnist (NY Times Cookbook)

1920-10-20

Les Henry, Wink Three Times

1920-10-31

Helmut Newton, Jazz Seen: The Life and Times of William Claxton

1920-11-08

Myron Galloway, 99 Times Around the Block

1920-11-21

Stan Musial, Donora Pennsylvania, MLB outfielder (St Louis Cardinal, 7 times NL bat champ)

1921-05-05

Del Martin, No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin & Phyllis Lyon

1921-05-20

Hal Newhouser, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1921-06-21

John Mosley, In Times of War: Stories of Colorado Veterans

1921-10-20

Jane Briggs Hart, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1922-05-02

Abraham Rosenthal, editor (NY Times)

1922-05-23

Lawrence Ritter, The Glory of Their Times

1922-11-08

Esther Rolle, Pompano Beach Fla, actress (Florida-Good Times, Maude)

1923-02-09

Mary Barnes, Just Another Sinner: The Life and Times of R.D. Laing

1923-02-23

Árpád Csanádi, Two Half-Times in Hell

1923-03-01

Anthony Magro, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1923-04-08

Catherine Mulholland, Inventing L.A.: The Chandlers and Their Times

1923-07-02

Wislawa Szymborska, Life Is Bearable at Times...

1923-12-03

Abe Pollin, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1924-01-05

Hélio Pellegrino, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1924-01-31

Sam Stetson, Wadd: The Life & Times of John C. Holmes

1924-06-29

Irene Pollin, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1924-07-27

Vincent Canby, critic (NY Times)

1924-11-10

Phyllis Lyon, No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin & Phyllis Lyon

1924-11-21

Robert B. Kotlowitz, Hard Times

1925-03-07

István Velenczei, Two Half-Times in Hell

1925-05-12

John Simon, theater critic (NY Times)

1925-05-31

John Warhola, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

1925-08-14

Russell Baker, Loudoun County, Va, columnist/humorist (NY Times)

1925-11-02

Frank Soto, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

1925-12-08

William Bragg Ewald, The Life and Times of Dwight D. Eisenhower

1926-01-12

Ray Price, country singer (Good Times), (d. 2013)

1926-02-05

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, NYC, publisher (NY Times)

1926-06-18

Tom Wicker, columnist (NY Times)

1926-08-08

Donald Goerke, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

1927-01-06

Paul Wittenberg, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1927-03-04

Richard Savitt, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1927-03-27

Anthony Lewis, New York USA, American columnist (NY Times) and author (Gideon's Trumpet)

1927-05-13

Clive Barnes, drama critic (NY Times, NY Post)

1927-10-12

William Claxton, Jazz Seen: The Life and Times of William Claxton

1928-02-17

Treva Frazee, Arthur Mielke of the Washington Times Herald

1928-02-27

Roy Homer Wallack, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1928-05-02

Joe Falls, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1928-06-28

Harold Evans, English journalist and writer; editor of The Sunday Times

1929-10-02

Moses Gunn, St Louis Mo, actor (Amityville II, Good Times, Shaft)

1929-10-28

Bruce Tegner, Good Times

1929-12-17

William Safire, political columnist (NY Times)/speech writer (Nixon), (d. 2009)

1930-05-21

Malcolm Fraser, The Life and Times of Malcolm Fraser

1930-06-19

Fred Krone, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

1931-04-15

Sally M. Gearhart, The Times of Harvey Milk

1931-08-21

Suzie Frankfurt, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

1931-9-06

Sander Levin, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1932-02-07

Gay Talese, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1932-02-10

Annabelle King, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

1932-02-24

Jay Sandrich, Seems Like Old Times

1932-03-28

Roger Heman Jr., Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1932-9-19

Ann Loeb Bronfman, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1934-02-04

Reginald Farmer, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1934-04-10

David Halberstam, intl correspondent (NY Times/Pulitzer 1964)

1934-04-16

Geoffrey Owen, British editor (Financial Times)

1934-05-28

Annette Dionne, Five Times Five

1934-05-28

Cecile Dionne, Five Times Five

1934-05-28

Marie Dionne, Five Times Five

1934-05-28

Yvonne Dionne, Five Times Five

1934-05-28

Emilie Dionne, Five Times Five

1934-06-28

Carl Levin, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1934-12-04

Riccardo Tommasi Ferroni, Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca

1935-02-14

[Mary] Mickey Wright, San Diego California, LPGA golfer (4 times LPGA champ)

1935-08-21

Ken Taylor, cricketer (England opening batsman three times 1959-64)

1935-12-25

Ricardo Talesnik, I Don't Owe 100 Times

1936-03-08

Basil 'Mickey' Briggs, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1936-06-29

Leonard Lee, US vocalist (Shirley & Lee-Let the Good Times Roll)

1936-10-14

Margo Epper, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

1937-04-08

Seymour Hersh, award winning investigative reporter (NY Times)

1937-06-11

Johnny Brown, St Petersburg Fla, comedian (Good Times, Leslie Uggams)

1937-10-23

Howard Poyourow, Seems Like Old Times

1937-11-13

Ugo Pagliai, The Lady in Red Kills Seven Times

1937-12-30

Gordon Banks, Fun Times for Swingers

1938-05-04

Maurizio Di Nardo, Times Gone By

1938-9-01

Alan M. Dershowitz, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1939-02-10

Peter Purves, Tomorrow's Times: The Third Doctor

1939-02-16

Brian Large, Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca

1939-04-14

Theodor Guschlbauer, The Greatest Love of All Times

1939-05-12

Ronald L. Ziegler, Elvis: His Life and Times

1939-10-31

Richard Bernstein, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

1939-12-03

Barry Halper, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1939-12-27

John Amos, Newark NJ, actor (Good Times, Coming to America)

1940-01-07

Ira Berkow, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1940-01-12

James E. Livingston, Noble Warrior: The Life and Times of Maj. Gen. James E. Livingston, USMC (Ret.) Medal of Honor

1940-05-20

Stan Mikita, NHL center (led NHL in scoring 4 times)

1940-06-17

Alton Kelley, The Life and Times of the Red Dog Saloon

1940-08-29

Rotraud Schindler, Several Times Daily

1941-01-30

Joe Terranova, Let the Good Times Roll

1941-08-22

Bill Parcells, LT: The Life & Times

1941-09-16

Jim McBride, NYC, director/actor (Hot Times, Breathless, Big Easy)

1941-10-17

Earl Thomas Conley, Portsmouth Oh, country singer (Too Many Times)

1942-02-08

Pietro Marchesani, Life Is Bearable at Times...

1942-06-27

Peter Mitterrutzner, Good Times

1942-12-30

Gill McDowell, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1943-01-11

Don Grissom, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1943-01-27

Soo Hyun Kim, The Woman Who Married Three Times

1943-05-29

Terry Pavey, editor (TV Times)

1943-06-10

Simon Jenkins, editor (Times)

1943-12-25

Eric Monte, Good Times

1944-02-05

Henfil, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1944-02-28

Edward Greenspan, Life and Times

1944-12-24

Teresa Walas, Life Is Bearable at Times...

1945-01-23

Bruce Ratner, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1945-03-20

George Stapleford, The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams

1945-07-16

Bryan Gindoff, Hard Times

1945-08-05

Ja'net Dubois, Brooklyn, New York, American actress (Good Times, Beverly Hill 90210)

1946-03-23

Pedro Sastre, Times of the Constitution

1946-05-29

Robin Johnson, Brooklyn, actress (Times Square)

1946-12-23

Aviva Kempner, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1947-02-26

Bill Overton, The Best of Times

1947-03-11

Blue Weaver, Times Square

1947-06-25

Jimmie Walker, Bronx NY, comedian (JJ-Good Times, At Ease)

1947-06-26

Bill Kraus, The Times of Harvey Milk

1947-11-07

Daniela Giordano, Four Times that Night

1948-02-17

Duane Tucker, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1948-04-18

Catherine Malfitano, Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca

1948-12-10

Alex Togni, The Loves and Times of Scaramouche

1949-03-28

Milan Williams, US keyboardist (Commodores-Three Times a Lady)

1949-05-21

Andrew Nell, editor (Sunday Times)

1949-05-26

Carol Scott, Pippin: His Life and Times

1949-11-03

Mike Evans, Good Times

1949-12-02

Joanna Szczesna, Life Is Bearable at Times...

1950-01-18

Gilles Villeneuve, Villeneuve: A Legend, a Champion: The Life and Times of Gilles and Jacques Villeneuve

1950-03-12

Pia Giancaro, The Lady in Red Kills Seven Times

1951-08-08

Martin Brest, Bronx NY, actor (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)

1952-05-07

Amy Heckerling, Bronx, dir (Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Clueless)

1952-9-15

Vincent DeVeau, Fast Times

1953-02-28

Paul Krugman, American economist and New York Times columnist (Nobel Prize in Economics 2008)

1953-12-22

Bernnadette Stanis, Brooklyn New York, American actress (Thelma-Good Times)

1954-11-25

Michael Twitty, The Life and Times of Conway Twitty

1955-03-08

Tom Bitove, The Life and Times of Wayne Gretzky

1955-04-05

Charlotte de Turckheim, Times Have Been Better

1955-06-03

Gunnar Keel, The Best of Times

1955-08-14

Gillian Taylforth, Twenty Times More Likely

1955-08-23

Dick Pabich, The Times of Harvey Milk

1955-11-03

Phil Simms, LT: The Life & Times

1955-11-03

Scott Lee Eidson, Changing Times

1956-07-17

Robert Romanus, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1956-12-03

Cherie Effron, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1956-12-05

Brian Backer, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1956-9-08

David Carr, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1957-05-21

Judge Reinhold, Wilmington DE, actor (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)

1957-06-26

Patty Pascucci, High Times

1957-07-13

Cameron Crowe, director (Jerry Maguire, Fast Times at Ridgemont High)

1957-08-01

Taylor Negron [Brad Taylor], Glendale, California, American actor and writer (Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Easy Money)

1957-08-20

Cindy Nicholas, Canada, swimmer (swam English Channel 19 times)

1958-04-04

Erick Leroy Burdette, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1958-07-20

Michael McNeil, The Times of Harvey Milk

1959-08-17

Suzanne Marie Fava, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1959-10-07

Katrina vanden Heuvel, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1959-10-18

Jack Langhorn, The Life and Times of Edwin Alonzo Boyd

1959-12-09

Blair Tefkin, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1959-12-11

Tina Gayle, High Times

1960-06-24

Erik Poppe, 1,000 Times Good Night

1960-08-12

Thierry Desroses, Times Have Been Better

1960-08-17

Sean Penn, Santa Monica California, actor (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)

1960-10-28

Landon Curt Noll, Astronomer, Cryptographer and Mathematician: youngest to hold the world record for the largest known prime 3 times

1960-12-30

Kelli Maroney, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1960-9-03

Dave Ramsey, Maxed Out: Hard Times, Easy Credit and the Era of Predatory Lenders

1961-05-30

Ralph Carter, NYC, actor (Michael Evans-Good Times)

1961-06-30

D.W. Brown, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1961-08-09

Andy Brickley, Dropkick Murphys: The Meanest of Times

1963-01-02

Julie Piekarski, Best of Times

1963-01-21

Cindy Schreyer, Forest Park GA, LPGA golfer (1993 Sun-Times Challenge)

1963-07-16

Phoebe Cates, Manhattan NY, actress (Fast Times at Ridgemount High)

1963-08-20

Enrique Rodriguez, Hot Times in Little Havana

1963-11-08

Russell Malone, Jazz Seen: The Life and Times of William Claxton

1963-9-27

Biao Fu, Happy Times

1964-10-08

Trisha Cole, Music to Fuck to: Once, Twice, Three Times a Labia

1965-02-06

Paul Tate, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1965-06-13

Jacqueline, Trouble Times Two

1966-01-13

Patrick Dempsey, Lewiston Me, actor (Mike-Fast Times)

1966-08-08

Jimmy Wales, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1966-11-08

Jeff McDonald, The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico

1966-11-25

Chriss Williams, Bellclair Times

1967-03-06

Stanley Davis Jr., Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1967-06-29

Melora Hardin, Houston Texas, actress (Family Tree, Best Times)

1967-07-08

Adam Sperry, Harsh Times

1967-11-21

Katarzyna Kolenda-Zaleska, Life Is Bearable at Times...

1968-01-26

Cornelius Clarke, Hard Times

1968-08-12

Claudia Slocum, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1968-09-26

Anthony Shadid, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, New York Times foreign correspondent and two time Pulitzer winner, (d. 2012)

1968-10-25

Buddy Jones, Hot Times in Little Havana

1968-11-16

Kelly McClory, Times Square

1969-03-22

Stein B. Kvae, 1,000 Times Good Night

1970-03-05

T.C. Warner, End Times

1970-05-11

Temple Shea, Naked Songs: The Life & Times of Rickie Lee Jones

1971-9-11

Markos Moulitsas, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1972-01-31

Michal Rusinek, Life Is Bearable at Times...

1972-03-08

Fidias Reyes, Times Like Dying

1972-03-31

Evan Williams, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1972-06-16

Ann Shoket, Good Times & Windmills

1972-08-09

Mariann Szalay, Lost Times

1972-08-14

Jae-Suk Yoo, Times Square: Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

1972-08-14

Tom Batoy, Hard Times

1973-02-14

Leo Canneto, Olive and Mocha: Fast Times at Sugar High

1973-02-19

Jonny Van Orman, Pun Times with Punsie McKale/Balance

1973-03-31

Anael Edwards, Fast Times at Dewey High

1973-11-03

João Pauão, Hot Times in Little Havana

1975-03-15

Eva Longoria, Harsh Times

1975-07-13

Commodore James, Fast Times at Hero High

1975-10-20

Sevinç Erbulak, Times and Winds

1976-01-24

Castro Supreme, This Ain't Good Times

1976-04-25

Jong-Kook Kim, Times Square: Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

1976-04-27

Richard Cancro, A Times Square Anniversary Party

1976-06-09

David Hartstein, Hard Times: Lost on Long Island

1976-06-27

Ken Flagg, Life & Times

1976-08-20

Michael J. Scarchilli, Harsh Times

1977-02-19

Andrew Ross Sorkin, Page One: Inside the New York Times

1977-04-23

John Oliver, John Oliver: Terrifying Times

1977-05-19

Jesse Felsot, Harsh Times

1977-08-05

Mark Heidelberger, Harsh Times

1977-12-22

Tiago Manaïa, Seventeen Times Cecile Cassard

1978-01-27

Breayle Riess, Good Times with Weapons

1978-02-24

Gary Kang, Times Square: Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

1978-06-28

Karen Dahlgren, Sign of the Times

1978-07-27

Barbie Banxx, This Ain't Good Times

1978-08-21

Arman Goodarzi, A Thousand Times Goodnight

1979-03-10

Dietrich Bartsch, Crazy Times

1979-08-20

Dong-hoon Ha, Times Square: Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

1980-02-28

Wing Fan, The Best of Times

1980-05-01

Jay Reatard, New Garage Explosion: In Love with These Times

1980-05-31

Sarah Faith D'Agostino, Sign of the Times

1980-07-08

Scott Michael Robinson, A Foreign Kiss in Times Square

1980-08-17

Matt Ukena, Golden Times

1980-12-21

Dan Kanes, Harsh Times

1981-07-06

Jacob Cynamon, Spot: A Sign of the Times

1981-08-27

Rob Salerno, Johnny Two Times

1981-08-29

Randy Harden, 3 Times a Charm

1982-05-10

Jeremy Gable, Jazz Seen: The Life and Times of William Claxton

1982-07-27

Kye Kinder, Hard Times in HWood

1982-11-23

Anna Maria Sturm, Good Times

1982-9-09

Francesco Carrozzini, T: The New York Times Style Magazine

1983-02-13

Brandi Williams, New Year's Eve Live from Times Square with Ryan Seacrest

1983-04-09

Mario Enriquez Jr., Harsh Times

1983-06-18

Jeff LeBlanc, The Times They Are a Changin'

1983-08-28

Shon Blotzer, Times Like Dying

1985-01-17

Justin Fisher, Harsh Times

1985-07-14

Kwang Soo Lee, Times Square: Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

1985-11-02

Chantal Aytes, Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures: Part 2

1986-02-13

Tero Hiltunen, Four Times

1986-02-16

Kaitlyn Weaver, Sign of the Times

1986-11-25

Jacob Andrew, A Few Tales of Hard Times: Chapter 4 - The Name

1986-12-20

Anthony Borges, A Times Square Anniversary Party

1987-04-20

Abraham Amkpa, Hard Times

1987-06-23

Noah Greenwood, A Thousand Times Goodnight

1987-11-06

Chris Ziegenhagel, The Day I've Lived a Thousand Times

1987-9-04

Natalie Allen, 1,000 Times More Brutal

1988-9-04

Jonathan Burton, Kill Me Three Times

1988-9-10

Randy Stalcup, Hard Times

1989-02-24

Zak Longo, Desperate Times

1990-02-16

Maya Kavanagh, Kill Me Three Times

1992-05-26

Gustaf Mardelius, A Thousand Times Stronger

1994-07-21

Ariana Grand, Slutty Times at Innocent High #5

Times - Notable Weddings

Bjorn BorgJun 8, 2002

Times - Weddings
Date Event
2002-06-08

Five-times Wimbledon champion Bjorn Borg (46) weds real estate broker Patricia Ostfeldt (35) near Stockholm

Times - Notable Deaths

Gaius MariusJan 13, -86

Charlie ChaplinDec 25, 1977

Aldo MoroMay 9, 1978

Times - Deaths
Date Event
86

Gaius Marius, Roman general and politician (held the office of consul seven times), dies at 70

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1896-03-30

Charilaos Trikoupis, seven times prime-minister of Greece (b. 1832)

1898-09-02

Hubert Howard, British journalist (Times), dies through friendly fire

1908-03-12

Edmondo De Amicis, Times Gone By

1917-10-06

Edoardo Scarfoglio, Times Gone By

1921-02-25

Renato Fucini, Times Gone By

1940-09-10

Edward LeSaint, Modern Times

1940-12-05

Wilfred Lucas, Modern Times

1942-08-22

Murdock MacQuarrie, Modern Times

1943-01-23

Alexander Woollcott, Five Times Five

1946-10-22

Henry Bergman, Modern Times

1947-04-26

Cecil Reynolds, Modern Times

1949-05-20

Frank Testera, Modern Times

1952-04-08

Fred Malatesta, Modern Times

1954-08-06

Emilie Dionne, Five Times Five

1954-09-26

Mark Marlatt, Modern Times

1955-07-03

Joan Jasmyn, Times Square Playboy

1956-07-16

Stanley Blystone, Modern Times

1957-06-30

Ted Oliver, Modern Times

1957-10-11

Ted Minor, Modern Times

1959-04-10

Ira H. Morgan, Modern Times

1959-09-29

Harold Huber, actor (I Cover Times Square), dies at 49

1960-09-01

Mario Riva, Times Gone By

1962-06-28

Mickey Cochrane, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1964-02-09

Willie Bryant, singer (Sugar Hill Times), dies at 55

1964-09-21

Jim Koethe, Dallas Times Herald reporter, killed by karate chop

1964-11-30

Don Redman, orchestra leader (Sugar Hill Times), dies at 64

1971-10-11

Chester Conklin, actor (Greed, Modern Times), dies at 83

1977-08-21

Danny Lockin, American actor/dancer, dies from bleeding to death after being stabbed 100 times

1977-12-25

Charlie Chaplin, actor/comedian (Modern Times, The Kid), dies in Switzerland at 88

1977-12-25

Charles Chaplin, Modern Times

1978-05-09

Aldo Moro, 5 times PM of Italy, assassinated by the Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization Red Brigades at 61

1982-09-14

John C Gardner, US, writer (Life & Times of Chaucer High), dies at 49

1982-10-30

Morgan Hill, Modern Times

1983-03-07

Árpád Csanádi, Two Half-Times in Hell

1984-02-28

Edward B. Powell, Modern Times

1985-08-28

Bruce Tegner, Good Times

1986-01-11

Bill Kraus, The Times of Harvey Milk

1988-01-04

Henfil, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1988-03-21

Edd Roush, The Glory of Their Times

1988-03-23

Hélio Pellegrino, Tanga (Deu no New York Times?)

1989-08-09

Richard Alexander, Modern Times

1989-11-13

Roger Heman Jr., Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1989-11-26

Della Steele, Modern Times

1989-12-29

Marion Keisker, Elvis: His Life and Times

1990-04-23

Paulette Goddard, Modern Times

1990-07-01

Paul Wittenberg, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1992-03-10

Roy Homer Wallack, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1992-03-16

Scott Lee Eidson, Changing Times

1992-08-13

Al Wyatt Sr., Fast Times at Ridgemont High

1993-01-21

Charlie Gehringer, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1993-01-31

Arijoutsi, The May Day of All Times

1993-05-02

Will Weng, Sunday Times crossword puzzle editor (1968-78), dies at 86

1993-07-05

Harrison E Salisbury, US journalist (NY Times), dies at 84

1993-10-21

Sam Zolotow, US theater critic (NY Times), dies at 94

1994-02-08

Robert Wyckoff, Good Times

1995-04-20

R E S Wyatt, cricketer (England capt 16 times), dies

1996-09-06

Barney McCosky, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1996-12-10

Peter Lopiccolo, Times Square

1997-01-06

William Bogdanoff, Modern Times

1997-07-06

Dorothy Chandler, Inventing L.A.: The Chandlers and Their Times

1997-12-01

Audree Wilson, Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times

1997-12-22

Herman 'Flea' Clifton, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1998-06-04

Shirley Povich, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1998-11-10

Hal Newhouser, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1999-03-24

Birdie Tebbets, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

1999-05-05

Elspeth March, Woman Times Seven

1999-08-20

Margaret Wright, The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter

2000-01-01

Dick Pabich, The Times of Harvey Milk

2000-02-03

Norman Thomson, Terry of the 'Times'

2000-02-22

Riccardo Tommasi Ferroni, Tosca: In the Settings and at the Times of Tosca

2001-01-01

Ray Walston, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

2001-06-23

Yvonne Dionne, Five Times Five

2001-06-29

Mary Barnes, Just Another Sinner: The Life and Times of R.D. Laing

2002-10-18

Richard Bernstein, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

2003-02-10

Ronald L. Ziegler, Elvis: His Life and Times

2003-03-21

Harry Eisenstat, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2003-08-09

Billy Rogell, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2004-01-23

Helmut Newton, Jazz Seen: The Life and Times of William Claxton

2004-02-15

Lawrence Ritter, The Glory of Their Times

2004-08-09

David Raksin, Modern Times

2004-08-11

Joe Falls, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2004-10-02

Norm Schachter, The Best of Times

2004-11-17

Anthony Magro, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

2005-01-07

Suzie Frankfurt, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

2005-06-27

Carol Scott, Pippin: His Life and Times

2005-08-30

Biao Fu, Happy Times

2005-12-10

Pearlie McKeough, The Life and Times of Dwight D. Eisenhower

2005-12-18

Barry Halper, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2005-12-27

Sam Stetson, Wadd: The Life & Times of John C. Holmes

2006-04-19

István Velenczei, Two Half-Times in Hell

2006-08-04

Elden Auker, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2006-09-30

Myron Galloway, 99 Times Around the Block

2006-12-14

Mike Evans, Good Times

2007-01-12

Les Henry, Wink Three Times

2007-02-23

Heinz Berggruen, The Life and Times of Frida Kahlo

2007-09-19

David Carliner, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2008-03-22

Reginald Farmer, Fast Times at Ridgemont High

2008-06-01

Alton Kelley, The Life and Times of the Red Dog Saloon

2008-08-04

Don Grissom, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2008-08-27

Del Martin, No Secret Anymore: The Times of Del Martin & Phyllis Lyon

2008-09-25

Caral Gimbel, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2008-10-11

William Claxton, Jazz Seen: The Life and Times of William Claxton

2009-03-09

Donald McNeely, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2009-11-24

Abe Pollin, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2010-01-10

Donald Goerke, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

2010-01-12

Fred Krone, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

2010-01-13

Jay Reatard, New Garage Explosion: In Love with These Times

2010-12-24

John Warhola, Superstar: The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

2011-04-05

Ann Loeb Bronfman, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2011-06-17

David Hartstein, Hard Times: Lost on Long Island

2011-07-06

Catherine Mulholland, Inventing L.A.: The Chandlers and Their Times

2011-11-22

Frank Soto, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

2011-11-29

Pietro Marchesani, Life Is Bearable at Times...

2012-02-01

Wislawa Szymborska, Life Is Bearable at Times...

2012-02-16

Anthony Shadid, New York Times foreign correspondent and two time Pulitzer winner, dies from asthma at 43

2012-08-25

Robert B. Kotlowitz, Hard Times

2012-09-02

Howard Poyourow, Seems Like Old Times

2013-03-23

Virgil Trucks, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2014-12-18

Bob Simpson, After Sunset: The Life & Times of the Drive-In Theater

2014-12-24

Edward Greenspan, Life and Times

2015-02-12

David Carr, Page One: Inside the New York Times

2015-03-16

William Bragg Ewald, The Life and Times of Dwight D. Eisenhower

2015-03-20

Malcolm Fraser, The Life and Times of Malcolm Fraser

2015-05-22

John Mosley, In Times of War: Stories of Colorado Veterans

2015-06-05

Jane Briggs Hart, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

2015-12-20

The Times racing correspondent Alan Lee dies aged 61

2016-02-09

Michael Brick, Former Times Reporter, Dies at 41

2016-06-26

Bill Cunningham, New York Times fashion photographer, dies at 87

2018-07-22

Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic, Dies at 57


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