Arnold Palmer's impact on golf will live forever.
As the first NASA astronaut to orbit the Earth, he embodied daring and courage—and inspired a generation.
Country’s most authentic rebel couldn’t stop running–from the law, and then himself.
To one Rolling Stone writer, Glenn Frey was more than just a rock star–he was a good friend.
Héctor Elizondo remembers Garry Marshall.
Remembering Bill Cunningham.
He reinvented the sitcom (twice!), Tossed hoops with Kevin Nealon and gave Jeffrey Tambor his big break, but his friends remember a brilliant comic who was both mentor and mensch.
The singer-songwriter-poet, who died Nov. 7 at the age of 82, left behind a legacy of spiritual enlightenment, sublime verse and the unlikeliest late-life resurrection in music history.
Hollywood mourns the comedy ‘genius’ as he dies at 83.
EW asked the National Book Award-winning author of Salvage the Bones to weigh in on the complicated, powerful pull of To Kill a Mockingbird and Harper Lee, who died last week at 89.
The final days of her life were chronicled by her soulmate. Their music together lives on.
He made a great villain—but offscreen the beloved actor was one of the good guys.
No player in baseball had a brighter future than Jose Fernandez—and none could outdo the Marlins ace's zest for the game. His life and career were far too short, but his impact on his friends and fans will be everlasting.
Remmebering Fidel Castro, 1926-2016.
The Brady Bunch star—and America's honorary mom—died on Nov. 24 at the age of 82. Here, we remember one very lovely lady.
His final two dissents reveal themes of his jurisprudence.
As First Lady, she was stubborn, protective—and one-half of a love story the likes of which the modern White House had never seen.
How the singer, style icon, and eternal chameleon ch-ch-ch-changed pop culture forever.
His wit, his skill, his smile: the genius of Muhammad Ali, 1942-2016.
Rock star, funk lord, provocateur, genius: How he created a world—but, in the end, could only go it alone.