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In Memoriam: Carl Weathers

This is the way. May you be in good hands, maybe even magic ones.
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Is it okay to post obituary posts on meta for those who never were on a Sci-Fi or Fantasy work?

In a word, no. Per page zero of the Tour. Science Fiction & Fantasy Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts. It's built and run by you as part of ...
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In Memoriam: Akira Toriyama

He's now moved onto the Other World.
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Here's to the next great adventure, Michael Gambon

I imagine he has boarded a train and gone "on".
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In Memoriam: Peter Schickele

As a child, I attended many P. D. Q. Bach concerts, whenever his tour came to town. As a teen, I also saw went to one of his much more serious concerts, where he presented a much more balanced mix of ...
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Is it okay to post obituary posts on meta for those who never were on a Sci-Fi or Fantasy work?

Valorum mentioned that "any relevant connection" is enough to post an obituary here on SFF Meta. This is in fact the current practice. For example, we have obituaries for Christopher Plummer,...
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In Memoriam: Peter Schickele

Sorry to hear that. I met him once--we have the same alma mater, and he played a concert there while I was a current student, some 25 years ago. I presented him with a homemade instrument which he ...
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In Memoriam: Peter Schickele

I got his music (so long ago it must have been vinyl) as a birthday gift.
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