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Thursday, 5 June 2008

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D'Harnoncourt Obit

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From: Dan Rottenberg <drottenberg@broadstreetreview.com>
To: Writers.Clearinghouse@comcast.net
Subject: Re: Letter submission from Broad Street Review
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2008 15:37:51 +0000

Richard,
You make a very good point, one that had occurred to me as well. So
why not let me post it?

Best regards,
Dan

On Jun 4, 2008, at 1:52 AM, Writers.Clearinhouse@comcast.net wrote:
> Richard Carreño
> Writers.Clearinhouse@comcast.net
> 267.253/1086
> Dan:
> THIS IS NOT A LETTER TO THE EDITOR. JUST A NOTE TO YOU.
> You\'re right. D\'Harnoncourt was a civic treasure. As such, the
> reporting of her death was n ot as detailed as it should have been
> been. Especially for a death at a relatively youngish age. The
> Inquirer says \'stroke\' after surgery. The NYT says \'heart attack.
> \' Which was it? When was surgery? For what? Where (hospital)?
> Ongoing illness? Also, why was death announced Monday morning,
> while death occurred Sunday night? I\'m not suggesting Inq coverup
> -- just its sense of \'sensitivity\' is at cross purpose with right
> to know. Maybe this will sort itself out in coming days -- Sunday
> \'s paper?
>
> As for your Trenton Times article, clips I had saved. Why? No idea.
>
> Cheers,
> Richard

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