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Patricia Sullivan

Before you do anything else, read this obit about the Rev. John Cross Jr., the pastor of the Birmingham, Ala. church where four little girls died in a firebombing.

Who taught Martha Stewart those homemaking skills? Her mother, of course.

When it was harder for women to get credit, some women did what they had to do.

This sounds like my kind of photography -- "I've heard stories of the old days when he'd be in bars in Dinkytown and he'd actually throw his camera into the air to get chance photographs."

Who's more popular in death: Norman Mailer, Kurt Vonnegut or Bill Styron?

By Patricia Sullivan |  November 18, 2007; 11:03 AM ET  | Category:  Patricia Sullivan
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OK, I must be getting old. Not only do I see my H.S. classmates dying by droves (well, maybe 2 this year), but it seems that almost every week somebody that I either admired, was aware of, was interested in, or something else dies.

The disturbing thing is that, in many cases, my immediate response is: Oh, you mean that he/she was still alive.

Posted by: mikes | November 18, 2007 7:32 PM

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