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Posted at 03:39 PM ET, 10/07/2011

Read this: Steve Jobs reconsidered; Eisenhower family vs. Frank Gehry; Emilio Estevez and the passage of time

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Steve Jobs was worth $8.3 billion — but did he give any to charity? And what happens to it now? Learn more about the rare kind of cancer that killed Jobs. Also, for a guy who was so prickly with the press, Steve Jobs drew unusually worshipful media coverage. But not so much from monologuist Mike Daisey, who is making no changes to his often scathing “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs,” now in NYC.

In other news:
The Eisenhower family doesn’t like Frank Gehry’s design for the new Ike memorial on the Mall.

(Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
“That’s where we filmed ‘St. Elmo’s Fire.’ Man, that was 25 years ago.”

Emilio Estevez surveying Georgetown, as Ann Hornaday interviews the ex-Brat Packer and his father Martin Sheen on their bus tour promoting their indie film “The Way.” Dang, did you know Emilio Estevez is old enough to have a son who’s married? Well, he is.

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