Tara Correa-McMullen, 16, a teen actress who portrayed a former gang member in the TV show Judging Amy, was shot to death amid gang violence Oct. 21 as she stood outside an apartment complex in Inglewood, Calif. Two men with her were wounded.
No suspects have been identified in the shooting, which is believed to be gang-related, police said. After filming her first movie, Rebound, which was released this summer, Ms. Correa-McMullen won a recurring role on Judging Amy as a former gang member named Graciela.
Enid A. Haupt, 99, the publishing heiress whose multimillion-dollar philanthropy benefited cancer patients, museum-goers and the New York Botanical Garden, died Tuesday at her home in Greenwich, Conn.
Mrs. Haupt, the daughter of publisher Moses Annenberg and sister of the late publisher-philanthropist Walter Annenberg, also had a publishing career of her own, as publisher and editor of Seventeen magazine, the family-owned fashion magazine for teen girls, in the 1950s and '60s.
Her association with the botanical garden began in 1975 when she donated $5 million to restore the glass-domed Victoria conservatory that now bears her name.