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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

During the final days of her husband's bid for Vice President, Elizabeth Edwards was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. She tells us about surviving personal tragedies in the public spotlight. Later on, ABC correspondent Lynn Sherr reflects on 40 years as a reporter. And astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson stops by. Plus, Ruth Reichl and John Willoughby of Gourmet describe their search for the best restaurants in America.

Elizabeth Edwards on Saving Graces

In the midst of campaigning during her husband's run for Vice President, Elizabeth Edwards was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. In Saving Graces, she talks about finding the strength to survive personal and public loss.

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Election 2006 Talk Back: Do you ...

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Life In and Out of Journalism

Network news pioneer Lynn Sherr looks back on her life and career in Outside the Box.

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Events: Lynn Sherr will be speaking with Leslie Stahl
Tuesday, October 3 at 8:15 pm
The 92nd Street Y
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A Star Astrophysicist

In 2000, People Magazine declared Neil deGrasse Tyson the “Sexiest Astrophysicist Alive.” He also holds the distinction of serving as the director of New York’s world-famous Hayden Planetarium. He tells us about hosting the new season of “NOVA scienceNOW” on PBS.

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Gourmet Searches for America's Best Restaurant

Ruth Reichl and John Willoughby of Gourmet seek out the America’s 50 best restaurants.

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