Editor’s note: Because of the mountain of “Brushes with fame” stories we received, we are going to run the stories in two parts and in two areas of the paper. Today, the stories appear on A1 and in Play. The same will be true when we run installment No. 2 on Nov. 14. Happy reading!


Editor’s note: Because of the mountain of “Brushes with fame” stories we received, we are going to run the stories in two parts and in two areas of the paper. Today, the stories appear on A1 and in Play. The same will be true when we run installment No. 2 on Nov. 14. Happy reading!

Visit scores a

perfect ‘10’

My brother Glen and I play a game to grade, on a scale of 1 to 10, every time we have contact with a famous or important person.

“I think you scored a perfect 10 when you traveled to India in 1996 and unexpectedly got a chance of a lifetime,” Glen said. “You got to meet and have a 20-minute conversation with Mother Teresa, one of the most respected figures in modern Christianity.”

For the complete story, see the print edition of the Kansan.