14 February 2013 5:52 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Maureen Dragone, a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association who was the only person to attend all 70 of the Golden Globe ceremonies, died Feb. 8 at a Los Angeles hospice following a brief illness. She was 93. As the recognized historian for the HFPA, she authored Who Makes the Golden Globes Go Around, an intriguing account of the formation of the HFPA, rich with stories from the early days of Hollywood. Dragone wrote for various international newspapers and magazines and interviewed hundreds of stars during the course of her career. She was recently given an honorary life membership

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