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Well-Known NPR Reporter Dies

Journalist Margot Adler died Monday, July 28, at her home in New York City, according to NPR, where she had been on the air for more than 30 years. The 68-year-old had been fighting cancer. She started as a general assignment reporter at NPR in 1979, and most recently, she reported for NPR's Arts Desk.  She recently released Out for Blood, a book about society's fascination with vampires.  She also authored Drawing Down the Moon and a memoir, Heretic's Heart.