The body of 41st US president George H.W. Bush was placed in the US Capitol to lie in state Monday as mourners gathered to remember a hero who kept America "flying high."
Dorothy “Dee” Sherwood, who helped build and strengthen many of the area’s cultural institutions for more than six decades, died on Nov. 8 at her Beverly Hills home. She was 86.
A Pepperdine University student was identified Thursday as one of 13 people who died in an overnight shooting at a Thousand Oaks nightclub crowded with patrons, including 16 students from the Malibu college and three off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officers.
The renowned orthopaedic surgeon, who eventually became chief of orthopaedic surgery, served on the staff of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for more than 60 years. He was the physician for the Los Angeles Raiders football team for 17 years.
Kopelson served on the executive committee of the Producer’s branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and on the board of USC’s Peter Stark Motion Picture Producer’s Program.
Chargers owner Alex Spanos, the protagonist of a rags-to-riches story, died Tuesday, his family announced. He was 95.
She married her husband of 45 years, concert manager Irwin Parnes, and began publicizing his concerts, including series presented at Beverly Hills High School and El Rodeo.
The funeral of legendary singer Aretha Franklin will be held in her hometown Detroit on August 31, after a two-day public viewing at a city museum to allow fans to mourn, her publicist said Friday.
Aretha Franklin, the music icon, legendary singer and "Queen of Soul" loved by millions whose history-making career spanned six decades, died on Thursday, her longtime publicist announced. She was 76.
Mary Carlisle, a 1930s film starlet who shared the screen with notables including Bing Crosby, Will Rogers and Greta Garbo, died Wednesday at the Motion Picture Television Fund retirement community in Woodland Hills.