In Memoriam: Frank Lieser Hill

FRANK LIESER HILL by Sheila Goldner and Steve Goldman Frank Lieser Hill, partner of Sheila Goldner, died on June 2, 2020 at the age of 86. He had been ill for some time, having been diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer in November of 2016. When discovered, the cancer was also in his bones and lymph system. His oncologist in Los Angeles discovered that he also had Stage IV kidney disease. At one point, the cancer spread to his spine. He developed diabetes, adrenal insufficiency, arthritis, lumbar stenosis [...]

Obituary: Marta Harnecker Presente!

Marta Harnecker, The Fighter by Farooque Chowdhury Comrade Marta Harnecker has passed away. Comrade Marta died on June 15, 2019, of cancer in Canada. A relentless fighter, comrade Marta Harnecker (1937 – 2019) made valuable contributions in the areas of theory related to revolution for socialism in the broader Latin American perspective. Her struggle was for a humane world. Marta Hernecker’s was not an adventurist-head and not an adventurist-voice, which made her a leading theoretician for people of her time. Rather, years of learning from struggles helped [...]

Greek American Human Rights Activist Aris Anagnos Dies at 95

by Bella De Soto His recent sad passing has been felt by many. Aris Anagnos and his wife Carolyn until her death in 2000, were founders of the well-known “Aris & Carolyn Anagnos Peace Center,” currently located at 3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230. They established a non-profit foundation which has made space available at the Center to many other non-profits and community organizations. In 1989, they established the original Peace Center, at 8124 W. Third St. in Los Angeles, which housed several peace and human rights [...]

Edgar “Eddie” Edinger

Edgar 'Eddie' Edinger: Presente September 8th, 1919 - April 13th, 2018 A Celebration of Eddie's Life will be held on Saturday, May 5th at 2:00 PM  at Emerson Unitarian Church, 7304 Jordan Avenue, Canoga Park 91303 Edgar (Eddie) Edinger was born in Budapest, Hungary, and moved to Vienna, Austria, in early childhood. He grew up in Vienna, and always considered himself Austrian. In 1938, when Hitler took over Austria, he was 18, Jewish and prime draft age. He went to Switzerland, where he stayed for more than [...]

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Don Bustany

Don Bustany passed away early one morning in late April, peacefully, at his assisted-living home in Santa Barbara, after a long illness. Having lived a full life, he lost his wife Judy some years ago, as well as his life-long friend and radio partner Casey Kasem. He had decided to refuse further treatment. He is survived by a stepdaughter, Kristen.  R.I.P. Don was born in Detroit to Lebanese-American parents. He and radio host & voice actor Casey Kasem were childhood friends and later co-creators of the syndicated [...]