Archive - Sep 2009 - Blog entry
Tori Spelling has been hospitalized twice in two days this week after complaining of severe abdominal pain, the New York Post reports.
"Just out of the hospital," husband Dean McDermott wrote on Twitter on Monday. "After a battery of tests, no conclusive answers. She still feels terrible. Hope it passes soon. She's in a lot of pain."
- Sep 29, 2009: Thailand's 81-year-old King Bhumibol Adulyadej spent his 12th day in a Bangkok hospital Wednesday with fever and inflammation in his lungs.
- Sep 23, 2009: Former Panama president Endara die
- Sep 28, 2009: The real life Lucy from the Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" has died after a long fight against lupus
- Sep 27, 2009: Gap co-founder Donald Fisher dies 81
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Patrick Swayze made peace with the notion of dying from pancreatic cancer after initially finding his diagnosis a "cruel joke," according to a memoir to be published later this month.
The "Dirty Dancing" star, 57, who lost his 20-month battle against the disease on Monday, wrote that fighting his cancer had been an "emotional rollercoaster".
But in excerpts of the memoir "The Time of My Life", released on Wednesday, he wrote later; "I began thinking to myself, I've had more lifetimes than any 10 people put together, and it's been an amazing ride. So this is okay."
Below is latest news on Patrick Swayze. God bless Patrick Swayze.
- September 14, 2009: Patrick Swayze dies 57
- September 10, 2009: Patrick Swayze has reportedly gone home to die. “Patrick’s bodily functions appear to be shutting down" a source told the National Enquirer
- August 26, 2009: Patrick Swayze seen confined to a wheelchair as he leaves hospital after cancer treatment.
- August 7, 2009: Patrick Swayze, who has been diagnosed with cancer, has been photographed smoking. ..Swayze looked as though he'd put on weight and had more hair. [More]
- August 6, 2009: [Pictures] Early on in his cancer fight, many fans feared the actor would not last this long. But it is thought he had an advanced form of radiotherapy which is offering new hope to sufferers. [more]
- August 8, 2009: The insider says Swayze and brother Donnie smoke marijuana at the treatment center of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center almost every day [more]
- July 22, 2009: The National Enquirer reported that 56-year-old actor Patrick Swayze had suffered a heart attack. But a rep for Swayze claims that these rumors are false.
Issue Type: Commemorative
Issue City: Los Angeles, CA 90052
Issue Date: September 10, 2009
Issue Series: Legends of Hollywood
On September 10, 2009, in Los Angeles, California, the Postal Service™ issued a 44–cent, Gary Cooper commemorative stamp, designed by Phil Jordan of Falls Church, Virginia.
With the 15th stamp in its Legends of Hollywood series, the U.S. Postal Service® honors Gary Cooper (1901–1961), a popular leading man from Hollywood’s “Golden Age.” For decades, Cooper was the all–American hero whose believable performances and strong, silent appeal brought him a lifetime of fame. Phil Jordan designed the stamp using a portrait by artist Kazuhiko Sano, Mill Valley, California, which was based on a black and white photograph of Cooper taken by George Hurrell circa 1940. The selvage art, based on a still from High Noon© Melange Pictures LLC. All Rights Reserved., depicts Gary Cooper in his Academy Award–winning role as the courageous Marshall Will Kane.