Anne Doss, who became head of Wells Fargo & Co.’s personal and small-business insurance unit in January as part of an expansion push, has died on a work-related trip. She was 56.
Things were going badly for the Doors, packed into a tiny Hollywood rehearsal room.
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Amy Winehouse, the singer and songwriter who shot to fame with “Rehab,” won five Grammy Awards and sold more than 5 million albums, has died aged 27.
These days, Grace Slick is painting white rabbits instead of singing about them.
"A little bit of tension is never bad."
- Jim Morrison on Oct 09, 2013