Jim Marshall, rock photographer was 74

grace-slick-joplin-marshall.jpgMarshall had the inside access and the eye to shoot some of the most iconic images of rock and roll musicians. He was at Folsom with Johnny Cash, at Monterey with Jimi Hendrix, at Woodstock and the Sunset Strip Hyatt House with everybody, and lots of other places. Marshall was from San Francisco and died in his sleep while visiting New York. Rolling Stone story + slide show. Gustavo Turner at LA Weekly

robert-culp-imdb.jpgRobert Culp: The longtime film and TV actor who campaigned against the new elephant exhibit at the L.A. Zoo died of injuries sustained this morning when he fell near his home on El Cerrito Place in Hollywood. Culp was probably best known for "I Spy," "The Greatest American Hero" and "Everybody Loves Raymond" on TV and the film "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice." Culp was 79 and his IMDb acting credits alone number 163.

Photo of Grace Slick and Janis Joplin in 1967: Jim Marshall

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