April 17, 2014
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Betsy Trapasso, clockwise fourth from left, who describes herself as an “end of life guide” holds the first Death Cafe at her home in Topanga, Calif., on March 24. The goal is to allow people to talk about death, a subject they usually avoid.
Oct. 21, 2013 in Features, Health on Page C3
If you’re going to talk about a subject most people do not want to talk about, why not do so over tea and cake and cookies? Why not gather in …
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