Movie Preview Archive Synopsis A famous alternative/New Age rock star violinist/singer, CastAngelina Jolie, Chris barrie, Gerard Butler, Ciaran Hinds, Djimon Hounsou http://www.petesmoviepage.com/archives/news-archive-4-2003.shtml
Extractions: Veronica Guerin Cast: Cate Blanchett, Colin Farrell, Brenda Fricker, Ciarind Hinds, Darragh Kelly Release Date: October 17, 2003 Official Site: http://www.movies.com/ Synopsis: Veronica Guerin was an award-winning journalist for Dublin's Sunday Independent, whose investigations into the city's drug underworld puts her in increasing danger. Low Medium Cable/DSL High Spellbound Cast: Harry Altman, Angela Arenivar, Ted Brigham, April DeGideo, Neil Kadakia Release Date: April 30, 2003 Official Site: Synopsis: This documentary follows eight children of various ages as they compete their ways through regional finals, with their eyes on going to the 1999 Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., and hopefully, winning. Nine million kids try each year, but only 250 make it to the Nationals. The kids seen in this movie come from vastly different backgrounds, from families ranging from the affluent to the struggling. High Various Sizes
Extractions: Performing Arts Collections and Institutions Institution names followed with are members of SIBMAS Baader, Johannes (1875-1955), writer, artist Baar, Jindrich Simon (1865-1925), writer Bab, Julius (1880-1955), critic, dramaturge Babbitt, Milton Babcock, Maud May (1867-1954), theatre director, educator Babickaite-Graiciuniene, Une (Une Baye) (1897-1961), actress, stage manager Babilon Babilon (Skopje, Macedonia)
Extractions: Searc h Site ... Recommended Readings June 2002 Are you interested in learning the stories behind some of your favorite classical composers and the pieces they wrote? If so, you may be interested in this list compiled and maintained by Reader Advisor Suzy Higgins. To order any of these titles, contact the library by email, mail or phone . You may also request these titles online through our OPAC . Happy Reading! Adventures in Symphonic Music by Edward Downes. Portrait of a nineteenth century American composer and piano virtuoso known for his popular multicultural musical style and for his scandalous personal life. The author traces the influences of both family and the New Orleans environment on Gottschalk, examining why, though he was extremely successful, he was never taken seriously. by Malcolm Gillies.
Rochester Review V60 N3--Undergraduates Julie barrie sent in a picture of herself with classmate Michelle Brissette, matthew H. Hawes reports that he s moved to Camp Lejeune in North Carolina http://www.rochester.edu/pr/Review/V60N3/cn-under.html
Extractions: The Rochester Review, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, USA Go to: C. William Tayler was October Athlete of the Month at the University Club of Washington, D.C. He writes, "The fact that the Sports Committee which makes the selection includes Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia gives it a special imprimatur." Bruce Landsdale and Elizabeth (Tad) Krihak Lansdale '47 write: "We are just back from six weeks of conducting seminars for NGOs in Nepal and then on to Bali for 'some enchanting evenings.' All great fun, especially touring the jungle forests in southern Nepal by elephant. . . . We came back to Greece with a one-week stop in Albania to help pick up the pieces after the riots and burning at the Agricultural University last Marchthe whole library was totally destroyed." Tad also mentions that the organization she helped found, the International Women's Organization of Greece, is celebrating its 50th birthday this year. The philanthropic organization's aim is to allow women of all nationalities to meet and adjust to Greek society, using English as the language of communication. The Lansdales say they will be in California until May.
Extractions: We value your privacy If you are left-handed then you are in very good company. Throughout history left-handers have excelled as leaders, sportsmen, artists, musicians and in many other fields. This is our list of famous left-handers - with over 1,000 people we think it is the most comprehensive on the Web. The list is based on our research and reports from Club members, but we know we are not perfect. If you spot any errors in our list, can provide any further information or have any famous left-handers we should add to our list, please email us or use the form on our New Famous Lefties page. We will soon be adding web site links to most of our famous left-handers so that you can find out more about them. The list contains well over 1,000 left-handers
Famous Greeks Barbara barrie, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Actress Barney Miller . Barbara Fast, Delta Zeta Boyd Tysley, Sigma Nu, violinist for Dave Mathews Band http://www.scs.unr.edu/~mcdowell/famousgreeks.htm
Extractions: Famous Greeks Name Organization Profession A. E. Hotchner Sigma Alpha Mu Author Abraham Lief Sigma Alpha Mu Supreme Court of Ontario Adam Sandler Tau Epsilon Phi Comedian/Actor Adlai Stevenson Phi Delta Theta Former Politician Admiral James J. Carey Zeta Psi United States Navy Reserve Agnes Demille Kappa Alpha Theta choreographer, best known for Oklahoma Al Michaels Sigma Nu Monday Night Football Alan Rafkin Sigma Alpha Mu TV Director Alan Rothenberg Sigma Alpha Mu President of US Soccer Federation Alan Sagner Sigma Alpha Mu Former Chairman of the New York Port Authority Alan Sandberg Pi Kappa Phi Former Florida Supreme Court Justice Alan Sugg Sigma Chi president of the University of Arkansas system Alan Thicke Delta Upsilon Actor Alanna Davis Chi Omega Former staff member of the Today Show Albert R. Dowden Zeta Psi Alexis Herman Delta Sigma Theta Former Labor Secretary Alfonse D'Amato Alpha Chi Rho Senator Alfred J.P. Sloan, Jr. Delta Upsilon Chairman of the board - General Motors, Co-Founder of Sloan-Kettering Institute for cancer research with fellow DU Charles Kettering. Alfred Reed Tau Beta Sigma Composer Alfred Wolin Sigma Alpha Mu Federal Judge in New Jersey Algenita Scott Davis Zeta Phi Beta immediate past national president of the National Bar Association Ali Landry Kappa Delta Actress, Former Miss USA
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Mendele Yiddish Literature And Language Celebrated violinist, singer, and connoisseur of Jewish folkways Michael Mr.barrie will read selections from each of the winning autobiographies as a http://shakti.trincoll.edu/~mendele/vol11/vol11003.txt
Extractions: Mendele: Yiddish literature and language Contents of Vol. 11.003 May 29, 2001 1) Corob Fellowship in Yiddish Studies (Joan Sinclair) 2) Library Director position (Uzi Adini) 3) kharedi Yiddish literature (Yankev Lewis) 4) Yiddish and microfilm (Adam Levitin) 5) Musicians' Raft: Between New York and Sejny (Michael Steinlauf) 6) Chave Rosenfarb (Marjorie/Mirl Schonhaut Hirshan) 7) 2001 Canadian Jewish Book Awards (Bernard Katz) 8) Lambori for Labori (Michael Schein) 9) Lambori for Labori (Berish Goldshteyn) 1) Date: Mon, 21 May 2001 11:41:39 +0100 From: Joan B Sinclair Subject: Library Director position Library Director for a specialized college of Jewish studies, with resources of 100,000 books and periodicals. Three years of administrative experience desirable, MLS required, and strong background in Judaica, with emphasis on Hebrew and/or Yiddish. Computer and communication skills are essential. Library serves students of all ages. Send Resume and salary requirements to Anita Coleman, Gratz College, 7605 Old York Road, Melrose Park, PA 19027, fax 215-635-1046, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. Uziel Adini Melrose Park, PA 3) Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 11:50:49 -0400 (EDT) From: Justin Lewis / Jane Enkin , tel./fax 48 87 565 03 69. Michael Steinlauf 6) Date: Sat, 19 May 2001 06:01:19 -0400 (EDT) From: Marjorie Hirshan
June 21 Birthdays In History j.ne 21, 1968 Darryl Shannon, barrie, NHL defenseman for the Buffalo Sabres j.ne 21, 1955 Leigh j.McCloskey, born in Los Angeles, California, actor, http://www.brainyhistory.com/daysbirth/birth_june_21.html
E Lib Volume 1 Titles by William Greenleaf Eliot; The Story of Mattie j.j.ckson M. barrie;Peter Parley s j.venile Tales by Samuel G. Goodrich; Pigs is Pigs http://www.premier-programming.com/elib/elib_v1_titles.htm
RootsWeb: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-L Archives (July 1998) Re Elliott Parker Tunnock barrie Cross by Vivian Parliament Re The SteelBonnets by George Mcdonald Frazer by j.and G.Harris; Marilyn s problem by http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/SCOTLAND-GENWEB/1998-07
Extractions: OAS_AD('Top'); SCOTLAND-GENWEB-L Archives: July 1998 Archiver SCOTLAND-GENWEB Display in threaded chronological rev chronological order with names with dates Re: Midlothian Family History Society by RMCMEECHAN West Coast to Dull Scotland by Doug McLean Re: PARISH RECORD by jpolson McClure, Samuel by Neal HAWKSHEAD by Graeme Laird THOMPSONs in Northumberland Co., Ontario by Jeffrey M. Thompson Re: HAWKHEAD by Barbara Logan Hastie Surname by Jim Hastie Perth history by JbarL PICKEN/BELFRAGE family by Gail Browne by Gail Browne SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest by Eddie Grummett Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #252 by Marjorie Jodoin Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #252 by koala Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #256 by Elizabeth Win Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #256 by Elizabeth Win Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #256 by Elizabeth Win Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #256 by Elizabeth Win Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #256 by Elizabeth Win Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #258 by Gfwylie Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #261 by Sacklester Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #262 by Alice Bradshaw Re: SCOTLAND-GENWEB-D Digest V98 #262 by
Alumni Office - Grapevine Directory - 1980s In 1986 I married Andrew Bentley, a freelance musician and violinist whom I met I am a reader in the Church of England St matthew s Church, Cheltenham. http://www.york.ac.uk/admin/dao/alumni/grapev/1980s.htm
Extractions: Grapevine Directory Index by year of graduation BENTLEY, REBECCA, nee GRANT (Vanbrugh, Music). Peripatetic Teacher. I graduated from York in 1980 and spent the following year at Bulmershe College of Education in Reading where I completed a PGCE. My first teaching post was at Milton Keynes as a peripatetic teacher of woodwind, specialising in oboe teaching. In 1986 I applied for a similar post in Bedfordshire and have worked with that authority ever since. After a period of uncertainty due to local government review, I have recently been appointed Head of Woodwind for New Bedfordshire. In 1986 I married Andrew Bentley, a freelance musician and violinist whom I met whilst playing in the Milton Keynes Chamber Orchestra. Married now to Simon (Wentworth, History, 1980) for 24 years after meeting in our first week at York in the B block residences. We have four children: Joe 18, Sarah 15, Hannah and Thomas (twins) 12. We both work as full-time primary school teachers - Simon in Year 2, and me in Year 3 - exhausting, but very rewarding. We have lived in Darwen in Lancashire for almost 20 years. Before that we sold our house on Heslington Road to the University and used the money to travel to China, Australia and Europe taking photos and birdwatching. We sold a few of our pictures but not enough to make a living. Simon drove HGV lorries until 1994, when he did his PGCE and finally got a proper job much to his mother's delight.
American Symphony Orchestra League - Highlights barrie Steinberg, director j.nna Grein, booking associate/artist manager j.Carey Bloomfield, vice president and managing director http://www.symphony.org/conference2003/highlights/networking_exhibitors.html
Zoilus: Carl Wilson On Music: Via Toronto Wavelength 276 w/PERMAFROWN, j.j.j. GOUDRON, Dj.MATT BLAIR = Sneaky Dee s standin wouldn t have to be a saxophonist - maybe a violinist or cellist? http://www.zoilus.com/documents/via_toronto/index.shtml
Extractions: Live '05: More January, Less Tin TiN TIN 'Is It Atomic?' 'Yes, Sir: VERY Atomic!' This Week Can't-Miss ToRAWKto Action! Global Column-Positioning System, Booyah (Plus: The Low-Down on October's Tin Tin Tin) ... DRUM-HELL-YA! SYNDICATE ZOILUS Rippin' introduction to the Toronto noise (non-) scene by Kevin Hainey in this week's eye, in honour of the strange proliferation of noise gigs in town this month. (See the tail of the feature.) I'd quibble with some of his taxonomy (I wouldn't tag some of them pseudOntario surrealists who've come and gone, or mostly refused to go away, as noise artists), but I'm glad he discusses how over-segregated from one another the free-jazz, improv, avant-academic and noise people tend to be here. Unsurprisingly, "out" musicians and organizational/promotional skills are not so mixy, but it's too bad for the audiences that never get to know. Noise right now seems to be a place the experimental rock scene and Other music can meet; it's there in the fan press, and seen occasionally at Wavelength and the Music Gallery and the late lamented New Works, but it remains the unfinished project. Not that nobody's trying but p-r-o-g-r-e-s-s i-s s-l-o-w. C'mon folxx get 2gether! Thanks to Kevin as well for the Zoilusian shoutout in there. I'm amused that the day an article on noize gesticulated my way, visitors were greeted by a post about a folksinger. And now I'm going to have to go look up
Archives02 j.MES BROWN HIS FABULOUS FLAMES Tell Me What I Did Wrong (j.Brown) barrie,Houston and France which only proves that Toronto is the true centre of http://www.backtothesugarcamp.com/archives02.html
Extractions: Back To The Sugar Camp Archives Highlights of The First Five Years Camp Guests and specials in 2002 Maria Dunn Jory Nash Randy Bachman on Lenny Breau (telephone) James Gordon on Guelph The Brothers Cosmoline (live in studio) John Borra Bob Snider Derek Andrews Bill Usher (telephone from BC) David Bradstreet (telephone interview) Soozi Schlanger Tim Harrison
A DATA018 AVEY, J. Douglas At the Caressant Care Nursing Home, Woodstock on Saturday,January 1, 2005, Cherished grandfather of Andrew and matthew of barrie. http://www.ogs.on.ca/ogspi/200oa/2005a018.htm
Extractions: In hospital, Perth on Friday, April 8th, 2005 Leo Patrick KERR ascended to his new life to join his beloved wife Pearl who predeceased him in 2000, one week before his 88th birthday. Leo was the special father to Jerry (Irene) VINCENT of Perth and family, cherished father of Linda (Jim VERMETTE) WILLIAMS of Richmond and Dorothy (Richard) OAKES of Perth; he was the strong and much loved grandfather to Darrin and Dennis WILLIAMS and Donny and Katlyn OAKES, brother to Frank (Lorna) KERR and Anne ASHTON At the Grey Bruce Health Services, Southampton on Tuesday, March 15th, 2005, at the age of 94 years, Alexander McRITCHIE of Southampton. Husband of the late Bertha MANLEY. Father of Margaret HYDE, of Aurora, Isabel and her husband Bernie ASHTON of Miller Lake, and Dianne and her husband Wayne McKEE of Keady. Grandfather of six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. He will be missed by the Branston family. He is predeceased by his brothers, Dan, Innis, Murdo, and Lionel and by his grandson David Hyde. Friends may call at the W. Kent Milroy Port Elgin chapel, 510 Mill Street, Port Elgin (Town of Saugeen Shores) from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Thursday. Funeral service will be conducted in the chapel on Friday at 1:00 p.m., with the Rev. Doug LENNOX officiating. Interment, Southampton Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation or the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy. Portrait and memorial online at www.milroyfuneralhomes.com
Mc DATA013 Dorothy passed away peacefully at Grove Park Nursing Home in barrie, Ontario . An accomplished violinist, Charlie would entertain guests after the dance http://www.ogs.on.ca/ogspi/200ox/2005x013.htm
Extractions: Suddenly on February 16th, 2005, Kenneth (Ken) John GDANSKI, of London, in his 41st year. Loving step-son of Ken McKECHNIE . He will be missed by many uncles, aunts, cousins and Friends. Visitation at the Lloyd R. Needham Funeral Chapel, on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., where the funeral service will held on Monday, February 21st, 2005. Interment at St. Peters Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the St. Peters Basilica Rectory Fund or the Epilepsy Foundation would be appreciated. Suddenly on February 16th, 2005, Kenneth (Ken) John GDANSKI, of London, in his 41st year. Loving step-son of Ken McKECHNIE . He will be missed by many uncles, aunts, cousins and Friends. Visitation at the Lloyd R. Needham Funeral Chapel, on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m., where the funeral service will held on Monday, February 21st, 2005 at 10 a.m. Interment at St. Peters Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the St. Peters Basilica Rectory Fund or the Epilepsy Foundation would be appreciated.
For The 'records' Daara j.j.ly 15, 2005) playing as part of All Over the Map A Feast of Global Says Rick Nelson, violinist for The Polyphonic Spree, For years strings http://mligon08.blogspot.com/2005_04_01_mligon08_archive.html
Extractions: It almost seems redundant to even continue my little ol' review of Wednesday night's Arcade Fire show when so many others have already done so[ chromewaves SHOT 10:51am Toronto Just Keep Bloggin' ... Torontoist ] but oh well, here goes. So where I last left off was with Final Fantasy and friends performing a non-ironic version of Mariah Carey's "Fantasy" , in the process inspiring some initial snickers in the audience but, in the end leaving us with a smile on our faces. Nice start to the evening. Next up were Montreal's Wolf Parade . The four young gents played an admirable set up psych-pop tunes, propelled by the the bouncy keyboard arrangements, the energetic rhythm section and the feverish lead vocals that alternated between the keyboardist and guitarist. When Win from Arcade Fire jumped down to the front of the stage to take in the set as a spectactor, that inspired a flood of people to take residence in front of the stage. Nice to see the crowd get into the performance. Initial impressions of Wolf Parade are good but nothing earth-shattering. Maybe Danforth Music Hall is too big of a venue for them. They'll be returning to Toronto for a show at the much smaller