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People We Lost in 2010

By Sara Jane Crane

Kansas City, MO –

Jazz greats, stellar newsmen and punk icons were just a few of the memorable folks that we lost in 2010.

Ruth Rhoden Delivered "Just Jazz"

Daniel Schorr, 'Talk Of The Nation' Founding Father

Former Kansas City Congresswoman Karen McCarthy Dies At 63

Remembering Richard Harriman

Civil Rights Strategist and Theologian John Swomley Dies at 95

Remembering Alaadeen

Basketball Legend Manute Bol Dies In Virginia Hospital

Jazz Pianist, Composer Billy Taylor Dies At 89

Surely, Fresh Air Remembers Leslie Nielsen

Remembering The Remarkable Lives Lost In 2010

Blake Edwards, Master Of Sophisticated Slapstick

Surely, Fresh Air Remembers Leslie Nielsen

Harvey Pekar: Chronicler Of America's Everyman

Fresh Air Remembers Soul Singer Solomon Burke

Fresh Air Remembers 'Spartacus' Star Tony Curtis

Fresh Air Remembers Newsman Edwin Newman

Freddie Mercury: Rock 'N' Roll's Humble Showman

Abbey Lincoln: The Power Of Voice

Remembering Singing Along With Mitch Miller

West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd Dies At 92

Dennis Hopper, Hollywood Rebel, Dies At 74

Lena Horne, Singer And Actress, Dies At 92

Remembering Film And Stage Star Lynn Redgrave

Subversive Punk Icon Malcolm McLaren Dead At 64

Remembering Alex Chilton: An Underground 'Big Star'


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