Leslie M Golden

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Leslie M. Golden is an American astronomer[1][2][3] , professor, software developer, writer[4][5] [6] [7][8] , musician[9] , actor[10], cartoonist[11], animal welfare and environmental activist[12][13], and political reformer[14][15][16][17]. A graduate of Cornell University with the Ph.D in astronomy from the University of California, Berkeley, he lives in Oak Park, Illinois.

References

  1. ^ Nolan, Herb (1989), “An Astronomer Tackles the Music Software Marketplace,” Upbeat, November, p. 45-46
  2. ^ (2005) Anderson, Holly, “Day shortened by quake, astronomer calculates,” http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1N1-110D9F0B0030ACF0.html, January 5
  3. ^ http://blog.chicagoweathercenter.com/2004/12/27/aftermath_of_the_earthquake_sh/
  4. ^ Nichols, Diane (2012) “Les Golden Receives Listing on Prestigious Authors Den Web Encyclopedia,” Chicago Tribune, May 18; http://www.triblocal.com/lombard/community/stories/2012/05/les-golden-receives-listing-on-prestigious-authors-den-web-encyclopedia/index.html
  5. ^ http://www.illinoisauthors.org/authors/Leslie_Morris_Golden
  6. ^ http://www.librarything.com/profile/Les_Golden
  7. ^ http://www.librarything.com/author/goldenlesliem
  8. ^ http://www.authorsden.com/lesgolden
  9. ^ Trainor, Ken (1997), “Who is Les Golden?”, Wednesday Journal of Oak Park and River Forest, April 2, p. 29-37
  10. ^ (1994), A film career far (but not removed) from Tinseltown, Compuserve magazine, August, p. 55
  11. ^ https://www.lambiek.net/artists/g/golden_les.htm
  12. ^ https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/07/les-golden-oak-park-dog-a_n_1497423.html
  13. ^ Template:Cite news
  14. ^ Zorn, Eric. (1995) This candidate is a Cut the Taxes above the rest, Chicago Tribune (Metrowest), October 3, p. 1; http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1995-10-03/news/9510030038_1_wallace-gator-bradley-candidates-taxes
  15. ^ (1996) Hevrkejs, Judy and Conklin, Mike, “Cutting Les,” Chicago Tribune, March 12, p. 2
  16. ^ (2002), “Mission: Fool voters” (editorial), Chicago Tribune, January 18, p. 18
  17. ^ (2008) Sweeney, Chuck, Constitutional convention? Here's a pro-con, Rockford Register Star, June 18; http://www.rrstar.com/opinions/x1713643550/Constitutional-convention-Heres-a-pro-con