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Stellar columnist earns Dante honors

Spring not only brings the flower blossoms, it brings our annual Dante Award luncheon. At this affair, attended by the Chicago’s media elite, we honor one of their own for answering Dante Alighieri’s call to be no timid friend to truth. This year we celebrate the accomplishments of Sun-Times stalwart Stella Foster. The author since Dec. 2, 2003 of “Stella’s Column,” she has enjoyed a long and illustrious career as a writer, broadcaster and long-time assistant to the late Irv Kupcinet, author of “Kup’s Column,” the longest-running nationally syndicated column of its kind. Now with her own column in the …

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