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Beverly Sills
Beverly Sills was an ebullient force both on stage and behind the scenes in opera. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) AP Photo/Mary Altaffer

Beverly Sills, people's diva, dies

Soprano bridged cultures

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / July 3, 2007

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Beverly Sills, whose radiant soprano and vibrant personality made her "America's Queen of Opera," as Time magazine called her in 1971, died last night. She was 78. (Full article: 1771 words)

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