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  • Edith Windsor, who helped end gay marriage ban, dies at 88
    By DEEPTI HAJELA, Associated Press - Tuesday Sep 12, 2017

    NEW YORK (AP) — Edith Windsor, a widow who brought a landmark Supreme Court case that struck down parts of a federal law that banned gay marriage and led to federal recognition for same-sex spouses, died Tuesday. She was 88.Windsor died in New York, said her lawyer, Roberta Kaplan. The cause of death wasn't given, but Windsor had struggled with heart issues for years."The world lost a tiny but tough-as-nails fighter for freedom, justice and equality," said her current spouse, Judith Kasen-Windsor. They married last year.Windsor became a gay rights pioneer after her first spouse, Thea Spyer, died in 2009. The women had married legally in Canada in 2007 after spending more than 40 years together.

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  • Rick Steves: Room for more than the Queen at Windsor
    By Rick Steves - Thursday Aug 31, 2017

    British royalty has been calling Windsor Castle home since the days of William the Conqueror — almost a thousand years ago — and it’s still a favored castle of the current Queen Elizabeth. While commoners can’t stay at her digs, the town that lies just outside its walls does make for a cozy stay. I find it to be an especially good spot for a peaceful and charming last night in England before flying out from London. Even though it lies just under the landing path of planes coming into London’s Heathrow Airport, Windsor is a delightful town at night — and its B&Bs are far less expensive than London’s hotels.

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  • Publisher Tronc acquires Daily News, storied NY tabloid
    By JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press - Monday Sep 4, 2017

    NEW YORK (AP) — Newspaper publisher Tronc has acquired the Daily News, a storied New York tabloid newspaper that won a Pulitzer Prize this year but has been buffeted by the changing media environment.Chicago-based Tronc Inc., the publisher of the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune, announced the deal Monday night, and the Daily News posted a story on its website.Tronc CEO Justin Dearborn said acquiring the paper and its popular website would "provide us with another strategic platform for growing our digital business, expanding our reach and broadening our services for advertisers and marketers," and both Tronc and Daily News executives said the company would maintain the quality of the paper's journalism.

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  • Retailers Experiment With a New Philosophy: Smaller Is Better
    By TIFFANY HSU - Saturday Nov 18, 2017

    Department stores and other retailers struggling to beat back e-commerce are taking cues from online start-ups by experimenting with small showrooms.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • Edith Windsor remembered for her monumental fight for marriage equality
    By Sasha Lekach - Tuesday Sep 12, 2017

    Edith Windsor was a computer programmer who became a gay rights pioneer.

    Back in 2013 she helped overturn the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) that kept same-sex couples from being recognized as spouses (and receiving federal marriage benefits) — and it all started because she wanted a tax refund.  

    She died today at the age of 88, according to the New York Times.

    Windsor, who often went by her nickname, Edie, first met her future wife, Thea Spyer, at a Greenwich Village New York restaurant in 1963. But it wasn't until two years later that Windsor started dating Spyer more seriously. Read more...

    More about Civil Rights, Equality, Same Sex Marriage, Social Good, and Identities

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  • Edith Windsor remembered as 'great' pioneer for gay rights
    By DEEPTI HAJELA and JENNIFER PELTZ, Associated Press - Wednesday Sep 13, 2017

    NEW YORK (AP) — Love took Edith Windsor to the marriage altar. A big tax bill after the death of her first spouse took her to the Supreme Court, which struck down critical parts of a U.S. marriage law in a ruling that made Windsor a gay rights hero and paved a path toward legalizing same-sex nuptials nationwide.Windsor, who marveled at the arc of gay rights in her lifetime, died Tuesday in New York at age 88, said her lawyer, Roberta Kaplan. The cause of her death wasn't given, but she had struggled with heart issues."I grew up knowing that society thought I was inferior," she said in 2012. "Did I ever think we would be discussing equality in marriage? Never. It was just so far away.

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