Dooky Chase’s gave African Americans a taste of the fine dining they were barred from, and now over fifty years later people from all over the world flock to experience Leah Chase’s culinary institution
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Nancy Wilson, acclaimed ‘song stylist’ who defied musical boundaries, dies at 81 | The Washington Post Nancy Wilson, an award-winning singer whose beguiling expressiveness in jazz, R&B, gospel, soul and pop made her a crossover recording star for five decades and who also had a prolific career as an actress, activist and commercial spokeswoman, died Dec. 13 at her home in Pioneertown, Calif. She was 81.
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