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Paul Bocuse Alive, Despite Twitter Rumors

Paul Bocuse Alive, Despite Twitter Rumors

This weekend, Twitterers started reporting that Paul Bocuse had passed away; the rumors were false

Twitter has once again prematurely killed off another celebrity, this time fueling rumors that legendary French chef Paul Bocuse had passed away.

On June 3, "RIP Paul Bocuse" began trending in the Twittersphere. The origin of the false story is unknown, although Tweeters as of this morning are still retweeting the rumor, some citing website Necropedia as their source. Necropedia has yet to correct their obituary for Paul Bocuse, which says he passed away June 4.

Luckily for the culinary world, however, the rumors are not true. "Paul Bocuse is alive and well, I've spoken with the restaurant. They're very unhappy about the rumours on Twitter about his death," food writer Elizabeth Auerbach tweeted this morning. Whew! But seriously Twitter, please stop killing off celebrities we love.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

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Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

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Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

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Lindsay Crosby Suicide Laid to End of Inheritance Income

Lindsay Crosby, the youngest son of Bing Crosby from the famed crooner’s first marriage, shot himself to death in a Las Virgenes apartment after learning that the inheritance he relied on to support his family was gone, a family spokeswoman said Tuesday.

Just 11 days earlier, Crosby and his three brothers had been told by attorneys that the oil investments their late mother, Wilma Wyatt, made for them had gone broke, said Marilyn Reiss, spokeswoman for Lindsay’s older brother, Gary.

For Lindsay, the news was the “last straw” after years of battling alcoholism, depression and the strain of living under the shadow of his famous father, Reiss said.

“Maybe if he had been a meaner person, he could have handled it,” Reiss reported Gary Crosby saying after learning of his brother’s death. “He was too sensitive.”

Crosby, 51, was found dead late Monday afternoon from a single gunshot wound to his head. A small-caliber rifle was nearby.

Crosby had been staying at the apartment on Bravo Lane while undergoing treatment for alcoholism in nearby Calabasas, Reiss said. He was due to return home to his third wife, Susan, and two sons in Sherman Oaks this weekend, she said. Crosby had two other sons by previous marriages.

Alcoholism was only one of many problems that seemed to dog Lindsay, Reiss said. He had a nervous breakdown in 1962, went through two divorces and was arrested several times for drunk driving and battery.

He never held a steady job, and his own attempts at an entertainment career, including appearances in such low-budget films as “The Glory Stompers,” and “Free Grass,” were dismal failures.

In 1983, Lindsay sided with his brother, Gary, who had written a book, “Going My Own Way,” in which he described Bing Crosby as an abusive tyrant who beat his sons.

“I hope it clears up a lot of old lies,” Lindsay said at the time.

Bing Crosby married actress Kathryn Grant in 1957 and raised a second family. At his death in 1977 at age 73, he left his money in a blind trust, which none of the sons--whose youthful escapades were well documented by the news media--could touch until age 65.

Phillip Crosby, another of the Crosby brothers, said in a magazine interview six years ago: “My father thought, ‘How much trouble will they be able to get into then?’ ”

Reiss said the recent glut in the oil markets wreaked havoc on Wyatt’s investments. Gary Crosby told Reiss that the four brothers, who also include Dennis, Phillip’s twin, were shocked.

But he said for himself: “My life is one shock after another. I’ll find a job as a backup singer, or a gofer on a studio lot.”

No one knew the depth of Lindsay ‘s despair--except now, in retrospect, Reiss said.

Ashley Dunn is the weekend editor at the Los Angeles Times. He previously served as assistant managing editor in charge of California news. Dunn joined The Times in 1986 as a suburban reporter in the San Gabriel Valley and later moved to the Metro section, where he participated in coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. After a stint at the New York Times, Dunn returned to Los Angeles in 1998 as a reporter and then editor in The Times’ Business section. He later was named to run science coverage. He worked as deputy national editor from 2007 to 2011 and played a central role in the coverage of some of the biggest national stories of recent years, including the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and the 2008 election of President Obama. Prior to his career at The Times, Dunn worked at the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, the Danbury News-Times in Connecticut and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Dunn is a California native who has worked as a dishwasher in Sacramento, a printer in San Francisco and a bicycle repairman in Walnut Creek. He has lived along the levees of the Sacramento Delta, the Powell-Hyde Street cable car line and the shaded streets of Pasadena. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley with a degree in English.

Investigators are revealing how they found the suspects in the killing of 6-year-old Aiden Leos, which left the Orange County community shocked.

Six-year-old Aiden Leos lay dying in his mother’s arms on the 55 Freeway in Orange last month.

These trips will take you to priceless places, and our pro tips will help you dig deeper.

Mike Broomhead, a talk radio host in Phoenix, used to support a local audit of the 2020 election. Now he’s urging fellow Republicans to reconsider.

“Kim’s Convenience” actors Simu Liu and Jean Yoon share their frustrations regarding the series, which just debuted its fifth and final season.


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