Headlines Tagged with Obit — 2,102 headlines found
To watch Jeanne Moreau is to fall in love with her. Many a cigarette has dangled between her pillowy lips, and she somehow convinces us every time that smoking has never looked cooler
Jul 31, 2017 W Magazine
added Aug 1, 2017 17:49
Moreau, a petite chain-smoker who worked with most of the world's top directors of the first few decades after World War Two, Orson Welles, Jean-Luc Godard and Wim Wenders among them.
Aug 1, 2017 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Aug 1, 2017 17:48
Philip Morris paid a reported $350,000 to have its Lark cigarette brand featured in "License to Kill," which starred Timothy Dalton as Bond. But the brand spread its money to other Bonds, including Moore for this two-minute Japanese ad set in Venice.
May 23, 2017 Advertising Age
added Jun 4, 2017 19:57
In California, Dr. Sadoff also took a course called Psychotherapy and Pipe Smoking. The takeaway: If your pipe goes out, you’re talking more than you’re listening.
Apr 21, 2017 New York Times
added Apr 21, 2017 12:41
One study — which estimated in 1998 that smoking-related illnesses cost Medicaid $12.9 billion a year ($19.2 billion today) — came out as tobacco companies and states were resolving litigation over the costs of smoking.
Mar 4, 2017 New York Times
added Apr 6, 2017 01:53
through her commentary online, in print and on television and through her think tank, Mrs. Ridenour kept ...challenging lawsuits against cigarette manufacturers on the grounds that regulating smoking was a job for legislatures rather than judges, and crit
Apr 5, 2017 New York Times
added Apr 5, 2017 09:53
the AA founder's complicated life ...Bill Wilson was no saint. He smoked like a chimney and acted like a pig...1971 nurse's logs...show an unhappy man struggling for breath—he was dying of emphysema
Jan 23, 2012 The Fix - Addiction and Recovery, Straight Up
added Apr 1, 2017 18:43
he had heart and lung problems and diabetes. Oldfield brought a fresh approach to shot-putting. Between throws he sometimes puffed on a cigarette.
Mar 30, 2017 New York Times
added Mar 31, 2017 01:49
Uvezian was living in New York, but a friend knew a singer from New Jersey that was looking for new standards. The man’s name was Frank Sinatra. In 1966 Uvezian played “Broken Guitars” for Sinatra, who fell in love with the melody, but convinced Avo to t
Mar 25, 2017 Public Radio of Armenia (am)
added Mar 29, 2017 19:42
“John has given us who have C.O.P.D. and those who support us daily — doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, researchers, patients, foundation staff, our industry partners, our own families and friends — the gift of hope,” she said. “Hope that one day
Mar 17, 2017 New York Times
added Mar 17, 2017 20:59