Noel Redding, best known for his stint as the bassist of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, was found dead yesterday at his home in Ireland of unknown causes. He was 57. That's two bassists in a week. Who's next?
By: Dave
Wednesday, May 14th 2003 (12:03am)
Rana Ross, bassist of Vixen and Sinboy, was taken off life support Saturday after succumbing to heart failure and cirrhosis of the liver. She was extremely talented, extremely hot, and will be extremely missed. RIP Rana.
By: Dave
Monday, May 5th 2003 (7:31am)
But I named my Bass after her... Jazz Legend Nina Simone died today. She was 70.
By: Scott
Monday, Apr 21st 2003 (2:24pm)
Not so good for protecting your head in collision with ice. Robert Atkins, the founder of the Atkins Diet, died today. Oddly enough had he been wearing some meat and cheese around his head he would have survived.
By: Scott
Thursday, Apr 17th 2003 (4:53pm)
It's a bitter irony that the man who wrote the words "War - what is it good for, absolutely nothing" should die at a time when the majority of the world is repeating his very words.
By: Dave
Thursday, Apr 3rd 2003 (12:40pm)
A veteran character actor who appeared in numerous films and television shows including the prison drama "The Green Mile" and sitcom "Evening Shade" has died. Michael Jeter was found dead in his home in Los Angeles Sunday, according to his publicist Dick Guttman. Jeter was 50.

Apart from being HIV positive, Jeter was in good health, Guttman said.

Apart from being in everything under the sun, they listed the motherfucking Green Mile and Evening Shade as his acting credits.
By: faedra
Tuesday, Apr 1st 2003 (11:02pm)
Johnny Paycheck, country star and party bud of the late Waylon Jennings, has died after a long battle with emphysema.
By: Dave
Thursday, Feb 20th 2003 (7:26am)
Atari, the company that pioneered the sacred video games of my childood, closed their doors for good on February 7. I think I'll go stare at my 2600 and cry now.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Feb 12th 2003 (2:13am)
Nell Carter, most commonly known for the tv show Gimme A Break (although my favorite role of hers was as one of the chorus in Hair), has checked out at the age of 54.
By: Dave
Friday, Jan 24th 2003 (12:46am)
Remember Oolong, the pancake-balancing bunny? Sadly, this talented rabbit has learned a new skill: pushing up the daisies.
By: Dave
Thursday, Jan 9th 2003 (1:01am)
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Joe Strummer, frontman for the Clash, has died at age 50 from a heart attack. RIP Joe.
By: Dave
Monday, Dec 23rd 2002 (9:00am)
And another one bites the dust. April Winchell of KFI AM640 fame is, sadly, outtie. And if you like good humor, you'll be missin' her like the rest of us. Drop her a line and let her know how ya feel - she's still pickin up her mail over this-a-way.
By: Hellvis
Tuesday, Dec 10th 2002 (8:20am)
Dr. Earl Warrick, one of Dow Corning's great scientists, died Friday in California, at age 91.
By: Dave
Friday, Nov 22nd 2002 (12:24am)
James Coburn, mega-star and all around great guy has died from a heart attack. His career produced an incredible number of incredible movies, but the two I'll always remember him for are The President's Analyst and Looker. RIP buddy, you will be missed.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Nov 19th 2002 (12:35am)
Jonathan Harris, the dastardly, villainous yet endearing Dr. Zachary Smith, who caused the hapless Robinson family to be forever "Lost in Space" on prime-time television, has died. He was 87.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Nov 6th 2002 (12:45am)
Legendary hip-hop DJ Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC was shot and killed in Queens on Wednesday (October 30)

Run-DMC, who recently wrapped a tour with Kid Rock and Aerosmith, were scheduled to perform Thursday (October 31) as part of the half-time festivities at a Washington Wizards home game.

Really, after having to tour with Kid Rock, he is probably the lucky one.
By: faedra
Wednesday, Oct 30th 2002 (9:19pm)
Richard Harris has passed on. His role in the second Potter movie was already done but they will have to get another actor to play his role for future films. May I be the first to suggest Ian McKellan.
By: Scott
Monday, Oct 28th 2002 (8:02pm)

110 Stories

This is not real. We've seen it all before.
Slow down, you're screaming. What exploded? When?
I guess this means we've got ourselves a war.
And look at -- Lord have mercy, not again.
I heard that they went after Air Force One.
Call FAA at once if you can't land.
They say the bastards got the Pentagon.
The Capitol. The White House. Disneyland.
I was across the river, saw it all.
Down Fifth, the buildings put it in a frame.
Aboard the ferry -- we felt awful small.
I didn't look until I felt the flame.
The steel turns red, the framework starts to go.
Jacks clasp Jills' hands and step onto the sky.
The noise was not like anything you know.
Stand still, he said, and watch a building die.
There's no one you can help above this floor.
We've got to hold our breath. We've got to climb.
Don't give me that; I did this once before.
The firemen look up, and know the time.
These labored, took their wages, and are dead.
The cracker-crumbs of fascia sieve the light.
The air's deciduous of letterhead.
How dark, how brilliant, things will be tonight.
Once more, we'll all remember where we were.
Forget it, friend. You didn't have a choice.
That's got to be a rumor, but who's sure?
The Internet is stammering with noise.
You turn and turn but just can't turn away.
My child can't understand. I can't explain.
The towers drain out from Boston to LA.
The cellphone is our ganglion of pain.
What was I thinking of? What did I say?
You're safe? The TV's off. What do you mean?
I'm going now, but not going away.
I couldn't touch the answering machine.
I nearly was, but caught a later bus.
I would have been, but had this awful cold.
I spoke with her, she's headed home, don't fuss.
Pick up those tools. The subway job's on hold.
Somebody's got to pay, no matter what.
I love you. Just I love you. Just I love --
The cloud rolls on; I think of Eliot.
Not silence, but an emptiness above.
There's dust, and metal. Nothing else at all.
it's airless and it's absolutely black.
I found a wallet. I'm afraid to call.
I'll stay until my little girl comes back.
You hold your breath whenever something shakes.
St. Vincent's takes one massive trauma case.
The voice, so placid, till the circuit breaks.
Ten minutes just to grab stuff from my place.
I only want to hear them say goodbye.
They could be down there, buried, couldn't they?

My friends all made it, and that's why I cry.
He stayed with me, and he died anyway.
We almost tipped the island toward uptown.
Next minute, I'm in Macy's. Who knows how.
I really need to get this bagel down.
He'd haul ass, that's what Jesus would do now.
A fighter plane? Dear God, let it be ours.
We're scared of bombs and so we're loading guns.
Who didn't have a rude word for the towers?
The world's hip-deep in junk that mattered once.
Hands rise to heaven as asbestos falls.
The air is yellow, hideously thick.
A photo, private once, on fifty walls.
A candle in a teacup on a brick.
They found -- can you believe -- a pair of hands.
Oh, that don't hurt. Well, maybe just a bit.
The Winter Garden's shattered but it stands.
A howl is Mene Tekeled in the grit.
Some made it in a basement, so there's hope.
The following are definitely known . . .
You live, is how you learn that you can cope.
Yes, I sincerely want to be alone.
Don't even ask. That's what your tears are for.
The cats are in a shelter; we are not.
Pedestrians rule the Roeblings' bridge once more.
A memory of home is what we've got.
Tribeca with no people, that's plain wrong.
It's just a shopping bag, but who can tell?
Okay, okay, I'm moving right along.
The postcards hit two dollars, and they sell.
Be honest, now. You're proud of living here.
If this is Armageddon, make it quick.
Today, for you, the rose is free, my dear.
We're shooting down our neighbors. Now I'm sick.
I can't do that for fifty times the fare.
A coronary. Other things went on.
It goes, like, something mighty, and despair.
All those not now accounted for are gone.
Here is the man whose god blinked in the flash,
Whose god says sinful people should be hurt,
The man whose god is kneeling in the ash,
The man whose god is dancing on the dirt.
Okay, I ate at Windows now and then.
This fortune-teller went to Notre Dame?
They knocked 'em down. We'll stack 'em up again.
Oh, I'd say one or two things stayed the same.
Some nights I still can see them, like a ghost.
King Kong was right about the Empire State.
I'd rather not hear what you'll miss the most.
A taller building? Maybe. I can wait.
I hugged the stranger sitting next to me.
So this is what you call a second chance.
One turn aside, into eternity.
This is New York. We'll find a place to dance.
With resolution wanting, reason runs
To characters and symbols, noughts and ones.
--(c) 2001 John M. Ford
Flight 93
By: Dave
Wednesday, Sep 11th 2002 (12:02am)
The lead singer of Drowning Pool, who had the wildly popular song "Bodies", was found dead on his tour bus yesterday. Cause of death is still unknown at this time. He was 30.
By: Scott
Thursday, Aug 15th 2002 (11:52am)
Ed Headrick, father of the modern Frisbee and designer of Wham-O's first "professional model" flying disc, has died. He was 78. Headrick's wish that his ashes be moulded into memorial flying discs to be given to a select few family and friends will be honoured by his family.
By: Dave
Wednesday, Aug 14th 2002 (12:01am)
RIP: John Entwistle, the soft-spoken and wildly talented bassist of The Who died of a heart attack in Vegas yesterday. He was 57.
By: Dave
Friday, Jun 28th 2002 (12:07am)
Dee Dee Ramone, a founding member of the pioneer punk band the Ramones, was found dead of a possible drug overdose in his Hollywood home, the coroner's office said Thursday. He was 50.
By: Dave
Friday, Jun 7th 2002 (12:16am)
Lisa Lopes, better known as 'Left Eye' from TLC and 'that chick who burned down Andre Rison's house', has died in a car crash. If only she had an airbag taped to her glasses instead of a rubber, huh?
By: Dave
Friday, Apr 26th 2002 (8:18am)
RIP: Linda Lovelace, one-time Ivory Soap girl, star of 'Deep Throat', and ultimately anti-porn crusader, has died from injuries related to a car accident. She was 53. She may have been a lot of different things, but she'll always be the chick with a clit in her throat to me.
By: Dave
Tuesday, Apr 23rd 2002 (11:30pm)

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