KCUR.org: Does death always have to be a scary subject?
On Wednesday’s Up to Date, we’ll talk with former newspaper columnist Ellen Goodman and get her thoughts ondealing with the subject gracefully as we broadcast live from the Center for Practical Bioethics’ symposium at the Marriott Muelbach.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Ellen Goodman began her career as a researcher for Newsweek magazine in the days when only men wrote for the newsweekly. She landed a job as a reporter for the Detroit Free Press in 1965 and, in 1967, for The Boston Globe where she began writing her column in 1974. It’s been syndicated by the Washington Post Writers Group since 1976.