These are the most recent obituary items from LA Observed.
Alvear started at KNBC and became NBC's first Latina news producer when she led Latin America coverage.
We must have played "Angel Baby" a million times since the only hit from Rosie and the Originals came out in 1961, Art Laboe posts on Facebook.
Osborne's TV credits begin in 1954, but in 1977 he took up writing for the Hollywood Reporter and became the genial first host of TCM movies.
The Los Angeles entertainment journalist and author of "Sunset Boulevard: Cruising The Heart of Los Angeles” has died of cancer.
"A giant of American film criticism," Kenneth Turan says of Schickel, the longtime Time critic, author and documentary maker.
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The top contender for the title of preeminent observer of our state "chronicled the history of California as no one else," Gov. Jerry Brown said.
As Lynne Seemayer, she created an indelible part of LA street art lore and became something of a legend.
Michael Justice, who shot for the Wall Street Journal, Daily Breeze and LA Herald Examiner, was on assignment for the port in San Pedro.
Wong's artwork inspired "Bambi." He contributed to other films and was also known for his beach kites.
It's been awhile since there was an editor in charge of covering prominent deaths. He doesn't get any assigned writers.
Ifill died of cancer complications. Co-anchor Judy Woodruff gave viewers the news on "PBS News Hour," where Ifill was managing editor.
Cohen's official Facebook page announced his passing without details.
Author, activist and former California state assemblyman and senator Tom Hayden has died in Santa Monica after a lengthy illness.
Snotty Scotty and the Hankies led every single version of the Occasional Pasadena Doh Dah Parade.