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  • 'Other' Ray Charles dies at 96; Emmy-winning composer backed Perry Como

    'Other' Ray Charles dies at 96; Emmy-winning composer backed Perry Como
    Ray Charles, an Emmy-winning choral director, lyricist and composer who worked with Perry Como for three decades, sang the theme song for the television sitcom "Three's Company" and didn't mind being known as "the other Ray Charles," died Monday at his Beverly Hills home. He was 96.
  • Louise Marie Anzalone

      March 26, 1925 ~ May 16, 2011 Louise was born in Pennsylvania however Glendale, California was where she called home for over 65 years. She was a terrific cook with many great Italian dishes that we always looked forward to. She loved great music like...

    Waiting calmly to die

    Waiting calmly to die
    The email from a reader in Westwood was short, to the point and disturbing. "My life has been very full," wrote Polly Berger. "But now it is getting very bad, and I want to go to that other world." Berger also said she wished there were more Dr. Jack...

    Bob Banner dies at 89; Emmy-winning producer

    Bob Banner dies at 89; Emmy-winning producer
    Bob Banner, an Emmy Award-winning television producer and director whose credits included "The Garry Moore Show," "Candid Camera" and "Solid Gold" and who gave a career boost to a young Carol Burnett years before becoming executive producer of her popular...

    Hal David dies at 91; songwriting partner of Burt Bacharach

    Hal David dies at 91; songwriting partner of Burt Bacharach
    Hal David, the renowned pop music lyricist whose prolific collaboration with composer Burt Bacharach produced a wealth of enduringly memorable hits in the 1960s and early '70s, including "Walk On By," "What the World Needs Now Is Love" and the Oscar-...