Penny Marshall, director of Big and star of TV's Laverne & Shirley, dead at 75
Penny Marshall, who starred in the top-rated sitcom Laverne & Shirley, has died at age 75. The endearingly graceless actress with the thick Bronx accent went on to become a pioneering film director with hits including Big and A League of Their Own.
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The rare Steiff teddy bear that came to live in Canada
A new book looks at why Bobby Orr was one of the true hockey greats