1. Rest in peace to Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez. His writing magically captured the Caribbean lives of Colombians and touched many far and wide. Márquez was born in Aracataca, Colombia on March 6, 1927. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for Literature in 1982. Best known for One Hundred Years of Solitude  and Love in the Time of Cholera, Márquez will always be known for his dynamic use of Magical Realism. 
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    Rest in peace to Colombian author Gabriel García Márquez. His writing magically captured the Caribbean lives of Colombians and touched many far and wide. Márquez was born in Aracataca, Colombia on March 6, 1927. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for Literature in 1982. Best known for One Hundred Years of Solitude  and Love in the Time of CholeraMárquez will always be known for his dynamic use of Magical Realism. 

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  2. Remembering Gil Noble

    Gil Noble was the Emmy Award-winning producer and host of the public affairs program Like It Is

    As a journalist and television producer, Gil Noble worked to dispel the negative images of African Americans in media. The notable host of the long-running public-affairs program Like It Isalso pushed for clear ethics and objectivity in journalism.—TheRoot.com