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  • PASSINGS: Dolores Wilson, Sidney J. Weinberg Jr.

    PASSINGS: Dolores Wilson, Sidney J. Weinberg Jr.
    Dolores Wilson Opera singer also was on Broadway Dolores Wilson, 82, a soprano who found fame on the opera stage and later on Broadway, died Sept. 28, said Jordan Strohl, an administrator at the Lillian Booth Actors Fund Home in Englewood, N.J., where...
  • Monica Johnson dies at 64; movie and TV writer

    Monica Johnson dies at 64; movie and TV writer
    Monica Johnson, a film and television writer best known for her screenwriting partnership with writer-director Albert Brooks on "Modern Romance," "Lost in America" and other comedies starring Brooks, has died. She was 64. Johnson, a Palm Springs...
  • PASSINGS: Patricia A. Disney, Warren Lockhart, Charla Krupp, King Stitt, Joaquin Martinez

    PASSINGS: Patricia A. Disney, Warren Lockhart, Charla Krupp, King Stitt, Joaquin Martinez
    Patricia A. Disney Philanthropist, ex-wife of Walt Disney's nephew Roy Patricia A. Disney, 77, who grew up as a neighbor of Roy E. Disney in Toluca Lake and was married to him for more than 50 years, died Friday of Alzheimer's disease, her family...
  • Denis Dutton dies at 66; founder of Arts & Letters Daily website

    Denis Dutton dies at 66; founder of Arts & Letters Daily website
    Denis Dutton, a scholar, author and Internet trailblazer who founded Arts & Letters Daily, a pithy website that links thousands of devoted followers around the world to smart, provocative writing online about books, culture and ideas, died Tuesday in...
  • Dennis Hopper dies at 74; actor directed counterculture classic 'Easy Rider'

    Dennis Hopper dies at 74; actor directed counterculture classic 'Easy Rider'
    Dennis Hopper, the maverick director and costar of the landmark 1969 counterculture film classic "Easy Rider" whose drug- and alcohol-fueled reputation as a Hollywood bad boy preceded his return to sobriety and a career resurgence in the films " Hoosiers"...
  • Eugene Goldwasser dies at 88; biochemist was known for anemia drug

    Eugene Goldwasser dies at 88; biochemist was known for anemia drug
    Eugene Goldwasser, the biochemist who isolated and purified the anti- anemia protein erythropoietin — arguably the most important biological drug since insulin — died Friday at his home in Chicago of kidney failure associated with prostate...
  • Stephen M. Rivers dies at 55; Hollywood publicist and political activist

    Veteran Hollywood publicist and political activist Stephen M. Rivers died Tuesday after a lengthy bout with prostate cancer. He was 55. Over the span of his publicity career, Rivers represented some of the most recognizable names in entertainment,...
  • Edwin S. Munger dies at 88; longtime Caltech geography professor and Africa expert

    Edwin S. Munger dies at 88; longtime Caltech geography professor and Africa expert
    Edwin S. Munger, a longtime geography professor at Caltech whose specialty was Africa and race relations on the continent, has died. He was 88. Munger died June 15 of prostate cancer at his home in Pasadena, said his wife, Ann. A visiting lecturer at...
  • PASSINGS: Hans H. Baerwald, Crispian St. Peters, Pamela Jolicoeur

    PASSINGS: Hans H. Baerwald, Crispian St. Peters, Pamela Jolicoeur
    Hans H. Baerwald Retired UCLA professor, scholar of Japanese politics Hans H. Baerwald, 82, a retired UCLA professor and scholar of Japanese politics, died June 2 at his home in Pope Valley, Calif., the university announced. He had prostate cancer....
  • Wally Kaname Yonamine dies at 85; first American to play pro baseball in Japan after World War II

    Wally Kaname Yonamine dies at 85; first American to play pro baseball in Japan after World War II
    Wally Kaname Yonamine, the first American to play professional baseball in Japan after World War II and a former running back for the San Francisco 49ers, has died. He was 85 and had prostate cancer. Yonamine died Monday at a Honolulu retirement home,...
  • John Mosca dies at 86; ran popular restaurant near New Orleans

    John Mosca dies at 86; ran popular restaurant near New Orleans
    John Mosca, proprietor of a two-room roadhouse near New Orleans famed for its Italian-style garlicky shrimp, oysters, chicken and marinated crab dishes, has died. He was 86. Mosca died Wednesday at his home in suburban Harahan, said his daughter, Lisa...