Award-winning film playback singer -- via thebollywoodactress.com.
FYI: a playback singer is one who pre-records songs for use in Bollywood films. While Hollywood, etc. has come to rely on post-dubbing of singing voices for those of film actors not quite up to stuff, in Bollywood the recorded songs are played back, and mimed and lip-synched to, by the actors in a given shot.
"How are we to help those who die and those who have died?" --
Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi
"By writing or reading obituaries, we can discover ways to make our time on earth more worthwhile, more productive, more meaningful to others." -- Alana Baranick, "Life on the Death Beat"
"'I always read the obituaries in The Times,' I explained to her. 'They make me bloody glad to be alive.'" -- John Mortimer, "Rumpole's Return"
Cafe owner with a remarkable life story -- via the Elyria, Ohio Chronicle-Telegram. Another striking aspect of this obituary is that it is written by one of the most talented and respected obituarists of the day, Alana Baranick. The depth and richness of the story, and the care with which photographic illustrations have been contributed by the family, carefully captioned and displayed, gives this obituary a thoroughness and three-dimensionality that vividly evokes the person portrayed.
This incredibly popular, wacky and personable Denver DJ made the reputation of KIMN-AM -- via the Denver Post. An entire generation grew up listening to him during the early days of rock 'n' roll.