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Liver Cancer (INACTIVE)

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  • Bishop Sullivan remembered at Richmond Mass

    Bishop Sullivan remembered at Richmond Mass
    Former Bishop Walter F. Sullivan's life was celebrated in a packed Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Richmond. Sullivan's successor, Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo, celebrated the Mass of Christian Burial on Wednesday before about 1,000 people. Sullivan died...
  • Around Town: A list that won't upset the Apple Cart

    December is traditionally a time of shopping, socializing and reflection, when many La CaƱadans gather together to put up the decorations, bake lasagna for the float builders, and plan for various cliffs, fiscal and otherwise. In the spirit of winter...
  • Briefly In Education

    Briefly In Education
    Club members help set Guinness record Members of the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach helped set the Guinness World Record for most participants in games of tag during a 24-hour period, according to a news release. The local club had 210 participants...
  • PASSINGS: John Walker

    PASSINGS: John Walker
    John Walker, 67, a guitarist and singer who was one of the founding members of the Walker Brothers, a 1960s rock band whose biggest hit was "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine (Anymore)," died of liver cancer Saturday in Los Angeles, according to his personal...
  • PASSINGS: William Coblentz, Bent Larsen, Carlton Coleman, Juan Mari Bras, Hadley Caliman

    PASSINGS: William Coblentz, Bent Larsen, Carlton Coleman, Juan Mari Bras, Hadley Caliman
    William Coblentz Former University of California regent William Coblentz, 88, an attorney and former University of California regent who fought against South Africa's apartheid policies and upheld the right of communist philosopher Angela Davis to teach...
  • Ricardo Legorreta dies at 80; Mexican modernist architect

    Ricardo Legorreta dies at 80; Mexican modernist architect
    Ricardo Legorreta, the architect who introduced Mexican modernism to a global audience and who brought his crisp, brightly colored aesthetic to downtown Los Angeles with a controversial 1993 redesign of Pershing Square, has died. He was 80. Legorreta...
  • Joe Frazier dies at 67; heavyweight champ had epic bouts with Muhammad Ali

    Joe Frazier, the heavyweight boxing champion who in 1971 became the first fighter to defeat Muhammad Ali, then lost two epic rematches including a ferocious battle known as the "Thrilla in Manila," died Monday night. He was 67. Smokin' Joe, as he was...
  • Al Boeke dies at 88; 'father' of Northern California's Sea Ranch

    Al Boeke dies at 88; 'father' of Northern California's Sea Ranch
    Al Boeke, the developer-architect whose vision spawned Sea Ranch, the sprawling Northern California coastal enclave known for elegantly rustic homes built to harmonize with a breathtaking natural landscape, died Nov. 8 at his home there. He was 88 and had...
  • PASSINGS: John Neville, George Gallup Jr., Irving Geller

    PASSINGS: John Neville, George Gallup Jr., Irving Geller
    John Neville Canadian actor and stage director John Neville, 86, a British-born Canadian actor and stage director who played the title role in Terry Gilliam's 1988 film "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen" and had a recurring role in "The X-Files" TV...
  • John D. Olmsted dies at 73; naturalist preserved open space in Northern California

    John D. Olmsted dies at 73; naturalist preserved open space in Northern California
    John D. Olmsted, a naturalist who led efforts to preserve Northern California nature areas, open space and trails, died of liver cancer March 8 at his home in Nevada City, Calif. He was 73. Inspired by conservationist John Muir, Olmsted spent more than...
  • David Nelson dies at 74; last surviving member of the TV sitcom family

    David Nelson dies at 74; last surviving member of the TV sitcom family
    David Nelson, the elder son of Ozzie and Harriet Nelson and the last surviving member of the family that became an American institution in the 1950s and '60s as the stars of the classic TV sitcom "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet," died Tuesday. He was...
  • PASSINGS: Swami Bhaktipada; Jim Harris; Antonio Cassese

    PASSINGS: Swami Bhaktipada; Jim Harris; Antonio Cassese
    SWAMI BHAKTIPADA Built huge Hare Krishna community in West Virginia Swami Bhaktipada, 74, who built a massive farm community in West Virginia and a Palace of Gold that became the crown jewel of the U.S. Hare Krishna movement before scandals and criminal...