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A time to remember

Savoring Kennedy’s life, in song and story

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By Michael Levenson and Matt Viser
Globe Staff / August 29, 2009

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With the skyline of Boston darkening behind them and his flag-draped casket before them, Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s friends, relatives, and colleagues gathered last night for an intimate memorial service that was by turns lighthearted and moving, a singular event filled with stories of Kennedy the friend, the patriarch, and the lover of sailing, joke-telling, and singing. (Full article: 1270 words)

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