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Mormon Historian Harold Schindler dies

Today I watched a grieving family bury a dear friend, a wonderful historian, and a great father. Harold M. Schindler died Monday of heart failure, and for many of us, his passing has left a big hole in the world.

Sharlene Wells Hawkes:A woman for all seasons

It's hard to believe that a former Miss America, as well as a multi-talented career woman would be uncomfortable performing in front of people. But, Sharlene Wells Hawkes says the very thought "turned my legs to noodles".

Cleaver's Legacy

When former Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver passed away last May, he left behind a life filled with contrasts. In the 1980s, Cleaver was baptized in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A contrast indeed with what had preceded that decision.

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Mormon Historian's Memoirs

University of Utah historian Brigham D. Madsen has produced a wonderful memoir of his 'renaissance' life.

Mormon Bishop Settles Nursing Home Suit

A San Juan Capistrano nursing home company and a former executive, Stephen Edward Samuelian, who is also the bishop of the Laguna Beach Ward in California, have settled a $2 million suit that accused the executive of fraudulently diverting funds and using them to build his Laguna Beach home.

Beloved Mormon British actor Bryan Gardner dies at 73

Mormon actor Bryan Gardner died December 28th at his home, while recuperating from bypass surgery. Gardner was 73.

Ichiban Sushi No. 1 on List For Fish Fix

After serving a church mission to Toyko, Japan, Peggi Whiting broke Japanese tradition by becoming the first Anglo woman to apprentice under Master Inou, considered to be the finest sushi chef in Japan.

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