‘Happy Days’ Writer-Producer Bob Brunner Dies at 78
Bob Brunner on the set of The Other Sister. Bob Brunner , a writer-producer on the classic ABC sitcom Happy Days who named Henry Winkler ‘s “Fonzie” but also — as legend has it — suggested the character jump a shark in a now-infamous 1977 episode, has died. He was 78. • Obituaries Brunner, who teamed often with Happy Days creator Garry Marshall — the two met in 1959 while working as copyboys for The New York Daily News — died Oct. 28 of a heart attack near his home in Northridge, Calif., according to Heather Hall , a longtime Marshall staffer at his Henderson Production Company and the Falcon Theatre in Burbank. …MORE
Designers Alexandra Von Furstenberg and Lee Brooks recently made an appearance at the new Cavalier boutique in San Francisco.
Circle and Square, a chic little shop in Presidio Heights, is the perfect place for new, unique, high-quality design.