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Sir Ian Mckellen by Bruce Weber "Try and understand what part you have to play in the world in which you live. There's more to life than you know and it's all happening out there. Discover what part you can play and then go for it."

One of the last photos of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. After a diagnosis of cancer in January 1994, she died in New York City on May 19 that same year. She was interred next to her first husband, President John F. Kennedy, and two infant children, a daughter, Arabella, stillborn in 1956, and a son, Patrick, born in 1963, who lived only two days, in Arlington National Cemetery.

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LOOK: Jackie O's Favorite Photo Of Her And JFK

Jackie O's Favorite Photo Of Her And JFK The President and First Lady escorted President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia to Blair House, May 3 1961. On the ride back to the White House, the President brushed his wife's hair out of her eyes. She later told the photographer that it was her favorite picture of herself with her husband

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE ~ President Barack Obama donated the $ 1.4 million from his Nobel Peace Prize to helping students, veterans' families & survivors of Haiti's earthquake, among others, drawing attention to organizations he said that "do extraordinary work." Obama gave a total of $ 750,000 to 6 groups that help kids go to college, $ 250,000 to Fisher's House (which provides housing for families with loved ones @U.S. Veterans Administration hospitals), & $ 200,000 to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.