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October 19, 2012 | By Lynn Elber, Associated Press
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - In the thick of the presidential campaign, a documentary about a political wife wouldn't seem to offer respite from the clatter. But that's exactly what Ethel , an intimate, affectionate look at Ethel Kennedy by her youngest child, manages to do. It's a heartfelt reminder of public service's rewards and heaviest demands, elements that can be lost in the moment's rough-and-tumble. It also honors a rarely interviewed Kennedy wife who was eclipsed by her more glamorous sister-in-law and sister in tragedy, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
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January 4, 1991 | By Ann Kolson, Inquirer Staff Writer The Associated Press contributed to this report
Ethel Kennedy, widow of Robert F. Kennedy, does not mince words when speaking against the U.S. government's reaction to the situation in the Persian Gulf. She told Ladies' Home Journal, "When the Iraqi invasion occurred, I really hoped the President would ask us all to tighten our belts and look for alternative forms of energy. Instead, what have we got - troops over there to preserve everybody hopping in their cars?" "Our answer, again, is aggression," she said. "It drives me bananas.
NEWS
July 14, 1991 | By Kimberly J. McLarin and David Iams, Inquirer Staff Writers
Where, oh where, was Jackie? The sky was cloudy, the day threatened rain, and the humidity outside the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul yesterday was oppressive. But the only thing that even slightly dampened the excitement of about 300 people gathered to cheer a Kennedy wedding was the absence of the most-glamorous Kennedy herself. There were rumors that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had slipped into the church from a side entrance, wearing a large, black hat and dark sunglasses.
NEWS
February 25, 1994 | Daily News wire services
BOSNIA U.S. TO HOST PEACE TALKS The Clinton administration announced yesterday Bosnian peace talks would be shifted to Washington this weekend with the aim of creating a two-republic country - one Serb and the other a Croat-Muslim mixture. Bosnian Prime Minister Haris Silajdzic welcomed the development. "The administration is being helpful," he told reporters as he met with Secretary of State Warren Christopher. "We are focusing on the possibility of a rapprochement with the Croats.
NEWS
July 19, 1986 | Daily News Wire Services
She was once the little girl that captured America's heart, but today John F. Kennedy's daughter Caroline is the bride, walking down the aisle in a wedding the family is keeping low-profile. A Roman Catholic ceremony was scheduled for 3 p.m. at the Church of Our Lady of Victory in Centerville. The church is about five miles from the Kennedy compound where the reception for 400 guests was being staged under a white tent big enough to accommodate a small circus. Kennedy, 28, will marry New York businessman and artist Edwin Schlossberg, 41, who spent three hours with her and other members of the wedding party yesterday, sailing in Nantucket Sound aboard the chartered 56-foot ketch "Spray.
NEWS
October 19, 2012
* ETHEL. 9 p.m. Thursday, HBO.   "BY THE time I was born, part of the story was already over," says Rory Kennedy toward the end of "Ethel," the documentary about Robert F. Kennedy's widow - and her mother - that premieres Thursday on HBO. Born six months after her father's 1968 assassination, the documentary filmmaker ("Ghosts of Abu Ghraib") had long resisted the idea of making a film about the woman who raised her without him. "She's slightly resistant to answering questions," Kennedy told reporters this summer at a news conference with her mother, who at 84 looked a little more frail than she does in the film.
NEWS
February 19, 1993 | By S. Joseph Hagenmayer, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
As an Air Force master sergeant, Frank Balkum had a career as a flight engineer that included nearly 200 combat missions in Korea and Vietnam. He also was on board for Robert and Ethel Kennedy's good-will mission around the world after the death of President John F. Kennedy. On Saturday, Mr. Balkum, 60, died at Cooper Hospital-University Medical Center from injuries received in an automobile accident in Pemberton Township Feb. 7. A North Hanover Township resident, Mr. Balkum's 40-year military career included flying with Presidents Lyndon Johnson, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter as well as generals and secretaries of state on worldwide missions.
NEWS
July 19, 1999 | by Jenice Armstrong, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News Wire services contributed to this report
For years, it was the three of them - Jackie, John and Caroline. Now, there may just be one. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg appears to be the sole surviving member of America's favorite first family. A plane piloted by her brother, JFK Jr., disappeared off the coast of Martha's Vineyard Friday night en route to their cousin Rory's wedding in Hyannisport, Mass. His wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette also were on board. Yesterday, Schlossberg spent the day in seclusion with her husband, Edwin, and her three children on Long Island, N.Y. "It's mind-boggling what she's probably going through when you stop and think that she lost her father at a very young age and her mother at a fairly young age and she's the only one left," said Michael S. Broder, a Philadelphia psychologist.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 6, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Hitched in Hyannis Port Robert Kennedy Jr. married Cheryl Hines ( Curb Your Enthusiasm ; Suburgatory ) on Saturday at the home of Ethel Kennedy in Hyannis Port, Mass. It's Hines' second marriage and Kennedy's third; he has six children, she one. The splicing was at Ethel's, and then the party moved over to the house of deceased senator Teddy Kennedy within Kennedystan. RFK Jr. and Hines were introduced by, wouldn'tcha know, Larry David , whose wife Hines played on Curb , and may play again, the way the show goes.
NEWS
November 7, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
Byko's Birthdays FRIDAY: Star 104.5 midday 10-2 DJ Porsche Foxx announces 32. SATURDAY: Former Philly singer Bonnie Raitt serenades 48l Daily news wonder woman Joan Pulcinella organizes 65. It sounds a little like "The Cosby Show. " It sounds a little like "Falcon Crest. " It sounds just offbeat enough to be the next project for Whoopi Goldberg, looking for something interesting to do after playing the Queen in a TV "Cinderella" and a Roman slave in Broadway's "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
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April 28, 2015 | By Ellen Gray
* AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM. 9 p.m. Tuesday, WHYY12.   FORTY YEARS ago this week, the U.S. made a hasty, largely improvised final exit from Vietnam, along with tens of thousands of South Vietnamese fleeing the North Vietnamese army as it bore down on Saigon. Rory Kennedy, a veteran filmmaker and the youngest child of Robert and Ethel Kennedy, was 6 then, and by the time PBS' "American Experience" approached her a few years ago about doing a documentary on the final days of the war, she figured it was old news.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 6, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Hitched in Hyannis Port Robert Kennedy Jr. married Cheryl Hines ( Curb Your Enthusiasm ; Suburgatory ) on Saturday at the home of Ethel Kennedy in Hyannis Port, Mass. It's Hines' second marriage and Kennedy's third; he has six children, she one. The splicing was at Ethel's, and then the party moved over to the house of deceased senator Teddy Kennedy within Kennedystan. RFK Jr. and Hines were introduced by, wouldn'tcha know, Larry David , whose wife Hines played on Curb , and may play again, the way the show goes.
NEWS
October 19, 2012
* ETHEL. 9 p.m. Thursday, HBO.   "BY THE time I was born, part of the story was already over," says Rory Kennedy toward the end of "Ethel," the documentary about Robert F. Kennedy's widow - and her mother - that premieres Thursday on HBO. Born six months after her father's 1968 assassination, the documentary filmmaker ("Ghosts of Abu Ghraib") had long resisted the idea of making a film about the woman who raised her without him. "She's slightly resistant to answering questions," Kennedy told reporters this summer at a news conference with her mother, who at 84 looked a little more frail than she does in the film.
NEWS
October 19, 2012 | By Lynn Elber, Associated Press
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - In the thick of the presidential campaign, a documentary about a political wife wouldn't seem to offer respite from the clatter. But that's exactly what Ethel , an intimate, affectionate look at Ethel Kennedy by her youngest child, manages to do. It's a heartfelt reminder of public service's rewards and heaviest demands, elements that can be lost in the moment's rough-and-tumble. It also honors a rarely interviewed Kennedy wife who was eclipsed by her more glamorous sister-in-law and sister in tragedy, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
NEWS
November 28, 2010 | By Edward Colimore, Inquirer Staff Writer
With so much already on his mind, the repetitious signing of 48 identical printed documents must have seemed tedious. But the souvenir copies of the Emancipation Proclamation awaiting Abraham Lincoln's signature at the White House were going for a good cause. The president dutifully scribbled his name across the bottom of each one in 1864, then traveled to Philadelphia's Great Central Fair, where the iconic documents were sold for the benefit of wounded Union soldiers during the Civil War. They went for $10 apiece.
NEWS
June 1, 2008 | By Nancy Leff
Forty years ago I touched his hand. Two months later, I touched his coffin. And last month I finally touched the stone at his Arlington grave. June 5 will be the 40th anniversary of his assassination. Bobby Kennedy was my hero while I was a student at Temple University. I met him for the first time at the Philadelphia airport as he came down the airplane steps (yes, the old days), and somehow I managed to walk with him and Ethel Kennedy as he talked to me and held my hand all the way up the two-story escalator.
NEWS
November 19, 2003 | By Karen Heller INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The assassination of John F. Kennedy was a tragedy as much for what it launched as what it killed. The 40th anniversary on Saturday doesn't so much mark the death of innocence - a phrase used so frequently about so many events that it's clear our innocence is very much intact - but the birth of the death business, a profligate fascination with the loss of celebrated Americans whose lives ended early. John Kennedy remains, decades later, the only leader whose death we honor rather than his birth, a date few can recall without a Google search.
LIVING
November 29, 1999 | By Nancy Jalasca Randle, FOR THE INQUIRER
In a prosperous age of bull markets, billion-dollar mergers, and record-low unemployment, Rory Kennedy's American Hollow is a poignant reminder that there are those who continue to live on the economic edge. The award-winning documentary film, which will be shown tonight at 8 on premium cable channel HBO, chronicles a year in the lives of the 50-strong Bowling clan in Mudlick Hollow, a patch of rural Eastern Kentucky tucked between two mountains in one of Appalachia's poorest regions.
NEWS
July 19, 1999 | by Jenice Armstrong, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News Wire services contributed to this report
For years, it was the three of them - Jackie, John and Caroline. Now, there may just be one. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg appears to be the sole surviving member of America's favorite first family. A plane piloted by her brother, JFK Jr., disappeared off the coast of Martha's Vineyard Friday night en route to their cousin Rory's wedding in Hyannisport, Mass. His wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette also were on board. Yesterday, Schlossberg spent the day in seclusion with her husband, Edwin, and her three children on Long Island, N.Y. "It's mind-boggling what she's probably going through when you stop and think that she lost her father at a very young age and her mother at a fairly young age and she's the only one left," said Michael S. Broder, a Philadelphia psychologist.
NEWS
November 7, 1997 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
Byko's Birthdays FRIDAY: Star 104.5 midday 10-2 DJ Porsche Foxx announces 32. SATURDAY: Former Philly singer Bonnie Raitt serenades 48l Daily news wonder woman Joan Pulcinella organizes 65. It sounds a little like "The Cosby Show. " It sounds a little like "Falcon Crest. " It sounds just offbeat enough to be the next project for Whoopi Goldberg, looking for something interesting to do after playing the Queen in a TV "Cinderella" and a Roman slave in Broadway's "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.
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