"Mr. Bourdain knew the chef, Monsieur Nasti", the waiter told the Times, referring to chef Oliver Nasti. "I would ask that you respect their privacy and mine". His girlfriend Asia Argento directed it, while cinematographer Christopher Doyle also worked on it. "She seemed like a very lovely person and my sympathies are with her family". CNN will air the latest episode of "Parts Unknown", which finds its host in Hong Kong, tonight.
"The high rate that remains for veterans is particularly alarming", said Elnahal, a top administrator at the federal Veterans Administration under former President Barack Obama, noting that the state must do more to work with federal and other partners to "improve these tragic rates".
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"Look, man, the only thing that matters is life or death".
He also said there were "no signs of violence on Bourdain's body".
Bourdain was already a cultural phenomenon before moving to CNN.
In yet another episode, Bourdain shut up and gave voice to a group of Jamaican fishermen attempting to organize community resistance against a global hotel company displacing them from their livelihood.
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Before he got into television, he worked as a chef at the NY restaurant. The book expanded on a 1999 New Yorker article that he had sent to The New Yorker about the underbelly of the restaurant world and its deceptions.
"He was an incredible guy".
These two tragedies have inspired hundreds to tweet some version of the same message: Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. The celebrity chef was in France working on an upcoming episode of his CNN series.
Stelter then interviewed journalist Jason Rezaian, who was imprisoned in Iran for more than a year after Bourdain interviewed him for his show.
Bourdain was a fierce advocate for Rezaian while he was imprisoned.
"This wonderful couple is a danger to no one", Bourdain wrote in a Post column at the time. "They are without blame or malice". "Any stranger who shows an honest curiosity about what the locals think is the best food is going to be welcomed".
Unlike other male celebrities who have discretely kept their silence about high-powered abusers and harassers, Bourdain publicly celebrated Weinstein's fall and recent arrest, as the almost 3 million followers of his personal Instagram account know.
"They said we'll call you back".
The waiter, Maxime Voinson, told The New York Times, "Maybe he went out and ate somewhere else, we said".