Letters: Huell Howser, a golden Californian
Those who knew Huell Howser, both personally and as a regular presence in their homes illuminating the far-flung corners of our state as the host of "California's Gold," are sending their eulogies to email@example.com. Howser died Monday at age 67,
As was often the case, television personality Huell Howser captured the Coachella scene perfectly. Howser, who died Sunday at age 67, traveled throughout Southern California during a career highlighting its myriad cultural offerings. As such, he
Huell Howser, host of public TV show "California's Gold," died in his home Sunday evening. Howser, who was 67, was a beloved TV personality who explored and showcased California's history, traditions and communities.
As the world learns of the death of Huell Howser, endearing tributes and praise for the incomparable cultural figure have flooded the Internet.
Huell Howser was no hick with a microphone. I knew him for more than 30 years, and believe me, what we saw on TV was only part of him. Yes, the exuberance was sincere. He was extremely bright and complex, however, with an edge to his thinking that