NY Times:

December 22, 2011

Maybe it seems this way every year, but 2011 felt marked by more than its fair allotment of iconic deaths. STEVE JOBS, BETTY FORD,ELIZABETH TAYLOR, GERALDINE FERRARO and CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS, as well as OSAMA BIN LADEN and MUAMMAR EL-QADDAFI.You will not read about them in these pages. The Lives They Lived is not a greatest-hits issue. Instead, we gravitated to those lives with an untold tale.
For storytelling expertise, we enlisted Ira Glass and his team from “This American Life” to edit A SPECIAL SECTION devoted to ordinary people. And through social media, we put out a request to readers for pictures of loved ones. SAMPLES OF THE HUNDREDS OF SUBMISSIONS we received are beautiful evidence that every life is a story worth remembering.
NY Times:
The Lives They Lived
December 22, 2011

Maybe it seems this way every year, but 2011 felt marked by more than its fair allotment of iconic deaths. STEVE JOBS, BETTY FORD,ELIZABETH TAYLOR, GERALDINE FERRARO and CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS, as well as OSAMA BIN LADEN and MUAMMAR EL-QADDAFI.You will not read about them in these pages. The Lives They Lived is not a greatest-hits issue. Instead, we gravitated to those lives with an untold tale.

For storytelling expertise, we enlisted Ira Glass and his team from “This American Life” to edit A SPECIAL SECTION devoted to ordinary people. And through social media, we put out a request to readers for pictures of loved ones. SAMPLES OF THE HUNDREDS OF SUBMISSIONS we received are beautiful evidence that every life is a story worth remembering.

NY Times:

December 22, 2011

Maybe it seems this way every year, but 2011 felt marked by more than its fair allotment of iconic deaths. STEVE JOBS, BETTY FORD,ELIZABETH TAYLOR, GERALDINE FERRARO and CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS, as well as OSAMA BIN LADEN and MUAMMAR EL-QADDAFI.You will not read about them in these pages. The Lives They Lived is not a greatest-hits issue. Instead, we gravitated to those lives with an untold tale.
For storytelling expertise, we enlisted Ira Glass and his team from “This American Life” to edit A SPECIAL SECTION devoted to ordinary people. And through social media, we put out a request to readers for pictures of loved ones. SAMPLES OF THE HUNDREDS OF SUBMISSIONS we received are beautiful evidence that every life is a story worth remembering.
NY Times:
The Lives They Lived
December 22, 2011

Maybe it seems this way every year, but 2011 felt marked by more than its fair allotment of iconic deaths. STEVE JOBS, BETTY FORD,ELIZABETH TAYLOR, GERALDINE FERRARO and CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS, as well as OSAMA BIN LADEN and MUAMMAR EL-QADDAFI.You will not read about them in these pages. The Lives They Lived is not a greatest-hits issue. Instead, we gravitated to those lives with an untold tale.

For storytelling expertise, we enlisted Ira Glass and his team from “This American Life” to edit A SPECIAL SECTION devoted to ordinary people. And through social media, we put out a request to readers for pictures of loved ones. SAMPLES OF THE HUNDREDS OF SUBMISSIONS we received are beautiful evidence that every life is a story worth remembering.

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