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Anthony Bourdain’s Death: What We Know So Far

By Karen

In case you’ve been under a rock the past week or so, on Friday morning, June 8, in Le Chambard Hotel in the town of Kayersburg, in Strasbourg, France, while on a shoot for… 524 more words

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We Should Aspire to Have the World's Longest Arms

Anthony Bourdain had some of the longest arms in the world, a reach that included street food vendors, every professional cook and chef, former U.S. presidents, activists, heads of state, international journalists and the countless world cultures he humanized and helped us appreciate. 247 more words

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Bourdain Cremated, Coming Home

By Karen

According to People, Anthony Bourdain’s remains were cremated today in France and his ashes will be flown to New York on Friday. There’s no word on whether anyone close to him is in France right now. 410 more words

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Last week, Anthony Bourdain purchased a piece of artwork by the US artist John Lurie titled "The sky is falling, I am learning to live with it."

”Bourdain was an outspoken critic of Trump, having previously described the president as someone who had “not left me with a favorable impression” and compared Trump’s popularity to that of the 1930s Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. 272 more words

Piecing Together Bourdain’s Last Days, Aftermath

By Karen

Although the toxicology report isn’t back yet, the New York Times reports that French authorities have concluded no foul play involved in Anthony Bourdain’s death… 577 more words

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NYT Offers a Bit More Detail on Bourdain’s Death

By Karen

I’ve been keeping an eye out, and the New York Times just published an updated obituary with a quote from Anthony Bourdain’s mother, Gladys, who is as much in disbelief as the rest of us that her son was capable of killing himself. 126 more words

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