These are the most recent obituary items from LA Observed.
Edelman represented the Westside and the Fairfax area for 29 years and led the fight for children's services, AIDS treatment, mental health services and the arts.
From his home on Rockingham Avenue in Brentwood, where he and his wife Betty hosted countless salons and strategy meetings, Stanley Sheinbaum played a key role in LA and world events.
Joe Hicks, the co-founder of Community Advocates Inc. and a long-time media commentator on race and columnist in Los Angeles, died Sunday.
Long worked on "The Big News" at KNXT and was VP and news director at NBC 4.
Halpert reported for all three network stations in LA and hosted "KNBC News Conference."
The French-born chef built a national empire after his two hit Los Angeles eateries.
Steve Lopez has written a lovely column on his friend, the Skid Row organizer and housing advocate and co-founder of the LAMP Community.
Durslag wrote about sports for the Hearst newspapers in Los Angeles from the time he was a freshman at USC in 1939 until the HerEx closed in 1989.
See was "the defining voice for a certain kind of California experience in the mid-’70s and 1980s."
Coming, goings, awards and Donald Trump. Plus that LAT photographer pleads no contest and gets community service.
Cunningham created the genre of street fashion photography and was featured in a 2010 documentary.
Lamb was "the consummate newspaperman in the glory days of the profession," his LAT obit begins.
Muhammad Ali, who died today at age 74, had a lot of connections to Los Angeles.
900 or so friends gathered Sunday night at the Wilshire Ebell.
KPCC posted a little while ago that Julian, the station's longtime morning host, has died of brain cancer.