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'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Name Change We all remember Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" but would Holly Golightly have been the same unforgettable ingenue if she had been called Connie instead? It almost happened. A photo of Truman Capote's original manuscript shows the heroine's original name as "Connie Gustafson." It is crossed out and the name Holly Golightly is handwritten in. The manuscript - and its tantalizing piece of history - is up for auction.
George Beverly Shea Dies at 104 George Beverly Shea died Tuesday at 104. The gospel great became famous singing alongside the Rev. Billy Graham at revivals across the country. Graham has said of his friend, there's no singer he'd rather listen to. The Grammy winner recorded more than 70 albums of gospel music.
Stephen Colbert Salutes the People of Boston Comedian Stephen Colbert reminded us Tuesday night that sometimes laughter is the best medicine. He gave a salute to the people of Boston and that resilient American city. "Nothing these terrorists do is going to shake them. … They went through the big dig, backing up traffic for 16 years. There are commuters just getting home now. … These maniacs may have tried to make life bad for the people of Boston but all they can ever do is show just how good these people are," he said on his Comedy Central show, "The Colbert Report."