Irma Lazarus

Irma Lazarus, 80, arts patron and local television personality, died Aug. 25 of cancer.

She interviewed Leonard Bernstein, Beverly Sills and Carol Channing, among others, on her television program “Conversations with Irma,” which ran for 35 years on Cincinnati’s public television station WCET.

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