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Bernard 'Bud' Wiser Dead: 'One Day at a Time' Writer and Producer ... - Hollywood Reporter

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Callie Wiser, told The Hollywood Reporter.Wiser began his career in network television as a producer, writer and director at David L. Wolper Productions, for which he traveled the globe producing National Geographic specials.After writing two episodes of Norman Lear’s All In the Family — "Gloria's Boyfriend" in 1974 and "Prisoner in the House" in 1975 — Wiser jumped to One Day at a Time, another famed Lear comedy at CBS, where he penned 25 episodes and served as a producer for six seasons on the Bonnie Franklin show through 1983.Wiser then wrote for and was a supervising producer on ABC's Who's the Boss?, starring Tony Danza, then worked as a writer and producer on the syndicated series The New Lassie.Earlier, Wiser wrote episodes of such shows as Chico and the Man, Rhoda, Charles in Charge, Growing Pains, Dear John and Brooklyn Bridge.He also wrote several pilots, including one for the short-lived ABC series Semi-Tough; developed a series for Alan Alda, The Four Seasons, that ran on CBS for a season; and for two years was head of comedy development for The Landsburg Co.Born on May 20, 1929, in Rochester, N.Y., Wiser attended Aquinas High School and the University of Buffalo, then received his masters from Syracuse University.He served as a communications officer in the U.S. Navy and hosted a morning TV show called Shooting the Breeze, about Navy news in San Francisco. While in the service, Wiser won a contest and performed a comedy routine on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1955.For Wolper, he worked on such documentaries as Journey to the High Arctic, The Untamed World and Bushmen of the Kalahari and received an Emmy nomination for writing 1969's S

Obituary: Mary Pauline Manning, 100, of Waltham -

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Waltham on May 5, 1916, a daughter of the late George and Marie (Roach) Manning. After graduating from St. Mary's High School in Waltham she went to work in the advertising department at The Boston Globe, a job she would hold for over 25 years. It was through the Globe that she was able to earn a one year business degree from Harvard University.She loved working at the newspaper where she considered her coworkers her friends. From an article written in 2016 Pauline said 'I had loads of girlfriends. They'd say, 'Tonight we're going to a club,' and I'd say, 'Well, why would I go home? I'm already dressed up.'" In her spare time she enjoyed traveling, going out to dinner and the theater. Never having children of her own she was especially close with her nieces and nephews, never missing a birthday or special occasion. She was also a devout Catholic and in later years would always make it a point to watch daily Mass on television.She was the sister of the late George E., Henry F. and Donald J. Manning and Shirley A. Buckley and is survived by many loving nieces including her god-daughter, DawnMarie Manning of Waltham, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.Family and friends will honor and remember Pauline's life by gathering for calling hours on Sunday, April 2nd, from 2 to 4 p.m. in The Joyce Funeral Home, 245 Main

Larry Block - East Peoria Times-Courier

Monday, January 30, 2017

Alfred, got him the opportunity in 1955. This is where he discovered his passion for cars. He also worked at Pekin Machine for 21 years. In 1979, he opened his own business, Globe Auto Supply in Peoria. He successfully ran Globe for 35 years with his son, Fred, who continues to operate it today. Larry was well respected in the community and had a strong work ethic. He strived to make sure each customer was well taken care of and satisfied with their service.Larry will be remembered as a family man, who brought his immediate family together every Sunday. Through the good times and bad, Larry kept his sense of humor. He was a fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and formerly was an avid bowler.He was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Pekin.His funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Jan. 2, at Preston-Hanley Funeral Homes & Crematory in Pekin. The Rev. Dr. Joel P. Catlin will officiate. Visitation will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Monday at the funeral home.Burial will be in Prairie Haven Cemetery in Pekin.Memorial contributions may be made to Grace United Methodist Church for the Sustaining God’s Grace Building Fund, 601 N. Fourth St., Pekin, IL 61554.To offer condolences online, visit

Falmouth mourns 2 teen athletes killed in car crash - The Boston Globe

Monday, January 16, 2017

Comments PrintJohn Tlumacki/globe staffCandles lined a Falmouth High School athletic field as friends and classmates attended a vigil. Students James Lavin and Owen Higgins died in a car crashBy Samantha J. Gross and Dylan McGuinness Globe Correspondents  December 23, 2016FALMOUTH — Bobby Whelan tried to hold back his emotions as he visited the roadside memorial, where mourners had left flowers, handwritten signs, and a varsity letter, and where teenagers James Lavin and Owen Higgins, best friends on their way home from hockey practice, had struck a tree Thursday evening.Lavin and Higgins, both 17, were killed. The crash happened on a narrow road about a mile from the rink in this Cape Cod town.Lavin was pronounced dead at the scene. Higgins died from his injuries Friday at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in Rhode Island, Falmouth police announced Friday night.Whelan, 23, is the best friend of Lavin’s older brother, John, and had watched James grow up.“Ever since he was running around at our Little League games, causi

Parents in Mourning Candle-Lighting Set for Sunday in Flagler Beach's Veterans Park -

Monday, December 26, 2016

The event is part of the Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candle Lighting ceremonies, now believed to be the largest mass candle lighting around the globe.“The event is in memory of all children who have died in our community and worldwide, so that their light continues to shine,” Lunsford said.Lunsford launched Parents in Mourning after her son Jonathan and his cousin Eric were killed by a drunk driver 16 years ago. Parents in Mourning started as a support group for bereaved parents in the community. Lunsford is a certified grief counselor and psychiatric registered nurse and offers workshops from time to time. Two years ago Lunsford partnered with Craig Flagler Palms Funeral Home, Memorial Gardens and Crematory to install an Angel of Hope statue on the grounds of the cemetery, directly in front of the parking lot, so it’s visible to visitors as they pull in.Fisher lost her daughter Julia to suicide on what will be almost four years to the day of the candle-lighting.The 20th annual Worldwide Candle Lighting, a gift to the bereavement community from The Compassionate Friends, creates a virtual 24-hour wave of light as it moves from time zone to time zone. The event started in the United States in 1997 as a small internet observance, but has since swelled in numbers as word has spread throughout the world of remembrance. Hundreds of formal candle lighting events are held and thousands of informal candle l

Sound engineer, attorney among Oakland fire victims - Hawaii News Now

Monday, December 12, 2016

He toured the globe with groups like electronic house music duo Knife Party and VSquared Labmong others."At the time of his death, Jonathan was widely considered one of the world's foremost artists working in his field," according to the obituary.Born in Berkeley, Bernbaum graduated from Berkeley High School in 2000 and from Brandeis University in 2004, earning highest honors as a history major and minoring in film studies. He went on to earn his masters of fine arts degree from the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts in 2008, focusing on film editing.Loved ones remember his "love of social justice, his razor sharp mind, his debating skills and his creativity as a visual performer," the obituary said."If you've seen a Knife Party show in the last ¾ years, there's a 99 percent chance you were watching Jon's visuals and know how talented he was," Knife Party musician Rob Swire wrote on Twitter, saying he would miss his good friend.'PHILOSOPHER OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC'Joey Matlock, 36, also known as Casio, was described by a fellow DJ as a "philosopher of electronic music."His sets often came late at night and were heavy with recordings of nature and ambient sounds molded into a percussion-based "audio assault that was cathartic," DJ Nihar Bhatt said.Matlock decentralized the individualism of rock music into more of a collective endeavor, he added."Anyone who heard it had their minds blown," he said.John Matlock, the father of Joey Matlock, attended a gathering in Oakland where he quoted a few lines from one of his son's songs called "Share the cup, spare the sword," that said to put others first.Matlock told the crowd he and his wife were hurting but that they were one part of their son's family and this community was another part of it."We loved Joey," he said, "and we love all of you."Calvin Johnson of K Records in Olympia, Washington, said Matlock had been an artist with the label and lived in the city for 10 years before moving around."He really was the gentlest of people," he said.Johnson said Matlock's music could be "aggressive and so completely different from his personality."THE MOST NORMAL WEIRD GUYJason McCarty, 35, grew up in Fort Madison, Iowa, a small town on the Mississippi River where everyone knew everyone. From an early age, he impressed friends and neighbors with his drawing skills."He was incredibly talented. You could tell what he was drawing came from the deep recesses of his mind," said Chris Escobar, 36, who rode bicycles around town with him as a child, adding they were close in high school and stayed in touch throughout his life.McCarty, of Oakland, was well-liked."He can go from down-to-earth to extremely deep. It was like he was always really deep but would come to the surface when he needed to interact with others," said Escobar, who lives in Tyler, Texas. "The most normal weird guy you would ever meet. And you say weird in a loving way."McCarty graduated the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in fine arts, said school spokeswoman Tracy Newman."He was the most inspiring person in the world," Escobar said.A BUDDING STAR IN PSYCHOLOGYJennifer Mendiola, 35, was a psychology Ph.D. student who was gaining recognition in the field and had published research a year ago in a prestigious medical journal.Mendiola was a doctoral student at the University of California, Merced, her sister-in-law Anna Mendiola told the Sacramento Bee (a

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Beloved local actor, director, educator René Moreno dead at 57 - Dallas News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

He worked off-Broadway in several shows at the Public Theater and at many regional theaters across the country, including Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre and Houston's Alley Theatre. Moreno returned to Dallas after the accident that cost him the use of his legs. He continued to act, performing at Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three and Wingspan Theatre Company while taking on film roles. He enrolled in SMU's Meadows School of the Arts Graduate Studies program and earned an M.F.A. in directing in 2001. He was frequently honored with Best Director awards and taught classes and taught workshops at many colleges, universities and high schools.  Mark Oristano, who performed in The Wrestling Season under Moreno's direction, remembers him as a friend, "a superb artist" and an inspiring teacher."I think the greatest thing he gave actors was the instruction to always go to the text for answers. Many's the time he would stop a scene in rehearsal and ask an actor, 'Why did you say that?' My standard reply always was, 'Because it's in the script.' But you always had to dig deep and find out why the words were written the way they were."The funeral  will be 11 a.m. April 1 at Restland Funeral Home and Cemetery in Dallas, with a public celebration of his life and work April 29 at 1 p.m. at Dallas City Performance Hall. Moreno is survived by McMullen; his parents, Finees and Myriam Moreno and sisters Raquel Moreno, Esther Moreno and Elaine Perez. In lieu of flowers, the fami

Robert E. Hayden Jr., 74, police chief with commanding presence - The Boston Globe

Monday, March 27, 2017

Robert E. Hayden Jr., 74, police chief with commanding presence Globe Correspondent Mr. Hayden was a Boston deputy superintendent who later led the forces in Brockton and Lawrence. By J.M. Lawrence 20170302010218-- CommentsPrintBy J.M. Lawrence Globe Correspondent  March 02, 2017Robert E. Hayden Jr., a former Boston Police Department deputy superintendent whose 50 years of work in law enforcement included posts as police chief in Lawrence and Brockton, never stopped being a street cop.An imposing figure who did daily workouts with a punching bag in his basement, ran marathons, and competed in the 2001 reality TV series “Lost” in Bolivia, Mr. Hayden displayed a legendary toughness coupled with deep compassion for underdogs and a devotion to public service, colleagues said.“He was someone I greatly admired. He was wonderful for the city,” said former Boston mayor Raymond L. Flynn. “I remember his professionalism, decency, and compassion, especially during the busing era.”Mr. Hayden, a Dorchester native who also served as undersecr

'I always feared this day would come,' tearful daughter tells mourners at dad's funeral Mass - The Boston Globe

Monday, March 27, 2017

I always feared this day would come,’ tearful daughter tells mourners at dad’s funeral Mass Globe Staff Joseph Toscano died while inside a burning home on Merrifield Avenue last Friday. By Cristela Guerra and John R. Ellement 20170322150305-- CommentsPrintWATERTOWN — Alyssa Toscano started with sadness.“I always feared this day would come,’’ she told mourners at St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday. “I am now living my worst nightmare.’’But then she began sharing memories of her father, Watertown firefighter Joseph A. Toscano, who died Friday while responding to a house fire, and she started to smile, and Toscano’s relatives, friends, and fellow firefighters started to laugh. Get Fast Forward in your inbox: Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email.She said her father was a devoted husband, father, friend, firefighter, photographer, carpenter, chef. He was someone “who loved anything outdoors and anywhere with a body of water,” because the 54-year-old firefighter also loved to fish, his daughter sai

OBITUARY: Bill Paxton, only actor killed by Alien, Predator and Terminator, dies at 61 - Arkansas Online

Monday, February 27, 2017

The Terminator and Aliens. Television fans knew him for his role as the polygamist, with three wives who expected the best from him, in the HBO series Big Love, for which he received three Golden Globe nominations."Bill Paxton was a big-hearted, thoughtful and honorable person," his Big Love co-star Chloe Sevigny said in a statement. "He always had a smile on his face and could entertain any room with his wonderful stories of his many amazing years in Hollywood."[EMAIL UPDATES: Get free breaking news alerts, daily newsletters with top headlines delivered to your inbox]Paxton was currently starring in the CBS drama Training Day, which premiered Feb. 2. The network has not yet announced whether it will continue to air the completed episodes.Paxton brought a reliably human dimension to big-budget action adventures and science fiction. He was, sci-fi fans like to point out, the only actor killed by a Predator, a Terminator and an Alien.But Paxton, famously genial and well-liked throughout Hollywood, defined his career less by his marquee status than as a character actor whose regular Joes appeared across the likes of One False Move, A Simple Plan and Nightcrawler."I feel like I'm a regionalist and a populist who's never fit in among the intellectuals," he added. "I think there's where the heart of American art is. My greatest roles have been in regional films, whether it was One False Move or Frailty or Simple Plan or Traveller."A Section on 02/27/2017Print Headline: Killed by Alien, Predator, Terminator--