Extractions: The positive effects of a good film series are many, but one of its most alluring powers is its ability to take long-familiar films and cast them in a new light. Well-thumbed movies, whose every nuance may seem old hat, are revealed as containing fresh, untapped resources. So it is with MOMAs new series "Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan in 18 Films," an ambitious grouping of movies whose unifying element is their interest in New Yorks docks, piers and rivers. "Waterfront" includes avant-garde experiments like Charles Sheeler and Paul Strands 1921 short Manhattan and Mark Streets Fulton Fish Market (2003) alongside Hollywood fare that made use of the picturesque squalor of waterside tenements and watering holes. Sam Fullers lurid Pickup on South Street (1953) features Richard Widmark as a small-time crook who stumbles into major league Commie nefariousness when he swipes a handbag containing top-secret microfilm. Widmarks bachelor pad, overlooking the East River, avoids the need for one of those pesky refrigerators by keeping his brewskis cool in the water. Fuller, always fascinated by the seamier aspects of New York, and the world in general, revels in the pre-Giuliani tawdriness of the seaport area. What once housed Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (their apartment was just down the block from Widmarks screen residence) is now home to Abercrombie & Fitch. As critic Clive James once put it, "There is never any harm in being reminded that the way we live now is not normal."
Frank O'Hara.Com: What's New Green, Jeremy Kidd, Susan Logoreci, Reed mcmillen, Nicole Quaid to keep her goodname, Jayson blair did a art one day by the band s pianist, Jack Freilicher. http://www.frankohara.com/Pages/WhatsNew.html
Extractions: Hello there, and Happy Earth Day. I've been working on updating and checking the Links page. Thankfully, most of them are in good working order (after I spent a lot of time a couple of months ago, back in my [sigh] pre-defunct iMac-Adobe GoLive days). Revisiting some sites, though, I was so impressed all over again by the good things they had to offer that I urge you to check at least one in particular out: Jacket Magazine . This is a gem which should not be overlooked, a literary e-zine that is just as distinguished, if not more so, as its print counterparts. It is "published" and edited, solely, by poet John Tranter , and you can read his detailed and entertaining explanation of why he made the move to the internet, "The Left Hand of Capitalism," here . I originally included it here because Jacket 's tenth issue was, in part, a tribute to our dear Frank, but I quickly realized that Tranter was making all kinds of other plum editorial decisions. There does seem to be a slight technical issue with some of the links to poems in individual issues. In the last year, Jacket transitioned to a new URL/domain name, and this may be a kink left over from that.
Verge Music Distribution May 2000 Melford has entered her prime as both pianist and composer bassoon; Elliott Schwartz,piano; Renee Jolles, violin; Brent Samuel, cello; blair mcmillen, piano http://www.vergemusic.com/old/0500.htm
Extractions: How to Order verge may 2000 New Labels: Black Box featuring: Gerald Barry. Earsay featuring: Indigo featuring: Lennie Tristano. Marshall featuring: Six Degrees featuring: Roy Nathanson. Our house label begins its spring releases with a new, young Canadian trio called Rake. Unless you live in Ottawa or London Ontario it is unlikely you have heard of them, but like the Toronto duet Wrist Error, they are part of burgeoning improvisation scene in Canada. Wrist Error will be featured on an upcoming Spool CD with Mats Gustafsson. Other exciting Spool releases slated for June or July are and second release in our FIELD sound art series, a double CD by Francois Houle. Also Canadian is the new label Earsay This Vancouver based label specializes in electroacoustic music. They already have 7 CDs released which feature both new and well known artists.
News Archive Sunburst Coffee Cake; second place, Chassie mcmillen, Heir Borne 4 s Prayer. NancyKruckeberg was pianist, and attending 2, blair Burk, Durant, Okla., $15,878 http://www.poncacitynews.com/NewsArchives/0299folder/lo021099.html
Extractions: Area Calendar Ponca Lodge 83 recently installed officers. Serving during 1999 will be C.A. Poulter, Worshipful Master; James E. Halbrook, senior warden; Ronald L. Carr, junior warden; Gilbert A. Mackey, treasurer; Charles L. Stuckey, secretary. Serving as installing officers were William C. Clure Jr., Grand Master; Robert Shipe, senior grand warden; Charles L. Stuckey, junior grand warden; Charles F. Gillentine Sr., junior grand steward. Also David Snyder, DDGM, District five; Marty V. Farquharson, assistant deputy grand lecturer; G.A. Mackey, chairman, Award of Excellence; Jim Booth, community development; Marion Messenger, perpetual membership; Garry R. Gibson and Donal Hembach, Pillar clubs; Keith Liles, grave making. By KRISTI HAYES News Education Editor Close to 40 percent of the registered voters in Kay County turned out Tuesday to vote in the 1999 annual school elections. Locally, one new board member was elected, one member was reelected, and the $9.95 million bond issue, mill levies and two building mills at Pioneer Technology Center passed.
CT's Pipeline Other speakers include Jim blair, VP of risk five languages, was a professionallytrained pianist, had a David Wilson, Dan Wilson, Tom mcmillen, Lou Borrelli http://www.broadband-pbimedia.com/pipeline/previous/pipe052901.html
Extractions: Expo Workshops: Get More Bang For Your Engineering Buck Editor's Note: This week, we continue coverage of the most important engineering confab in our industry, SCTE's http://www.scte.org ) Cable-Tec Expo, which was held in Orlando, FL, earlier this month. In this issue, as well as next, we'll highlight some of Expo's workshops. If you'd like a copy of the Cable-Tec proceedings manual, visit http://www.scte.org/bookstore/bookstore.html . As an SCTE member, you'll pay $35, which saves you $7 over nonmembers. Smiling Subs, Lower Costs When subs take two or more of your services, profits soar and churn drops to almost zilch. However, as you implement to satisfy customers, you need to provision in a way that cuts operational costs. That's tricky, but Executive Director of Networking Esteban Sandino and Ceon's http://www.ceon.com
Fulbright College Of Arts And Sciences Yoes Faculty Voice Recital Featuring pianist Chris Lacy Sponsored by the blair Center,the Center for the Great Depression Dr. Neil mcmillen, professor emeritus http://www.uark.edu/~arsc/calendars/
Whitney Research Group - Mailing List, June 1999 he is Married to the wrong lady (Mary mcmillen) My records 4 WHITNEY, d. September07, 1937, blair, Nebraska of Carl ZERRAHN, with Mrs. MD SHEPHERD as pianist. http://www.whitneygen.org/archives/mailinglist/list9906.html
Extractions: June 1999 Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 17:36:31 -0600 From: Tim Doyle Subject: [WHITNEY-L] Fanny, Free, Hugh, Gene, Bert, and Vic To: WHITNEY-L@rootsweb.com I am searching for my great great grandfather's sibling's descendants. Do you know any information about the following brothers and sisters? Frances Jane 'Fanny' WHITNEY, b. 1847, m. Southwick E. FRITZ. Last known residence: 1900, Nunda, Livingston Co., New York. John C. Freemont 'Free' WHITNEY, b. 1849, m. Eliza (-). Last known residence: 1888, North Topeka, Kansas. Hugh Monticello WHITNEY, b. 1851 (my ancestor). Eugene Lamont "Gene" WHITNEY, b. 1854. Last known residence: 1907, Idaho. Egbert Dermont "Bert" WHITNEY, b. 1861. Last known residence: 1888, Buffalo, New York. Victor Hugo "Vic" WHITNEY, b. 1869. Last known residence: 1888 Canaseraga, Allegany Co., New York. Tim Doyle Tim Doyle http://www.doit.com/tdoyle/ firstname.lastname@example.org ftp://ftp.doit.com/pub/tdoyle/ Date: Tue, 01 Jun 1999 17:43:12 -0600 From: Tim Doyle Subject: [WHITNEY-L] John Whitney,Son of Emory, page 332 To: WHITNEY-L@rootsweb.com To anyone that may get me around or over my brick wall. My GGrandfather JOHN F. WHITNEY b aug. 1834. That is all that I knew of him. Now I find what I believe to be him in Pierce book but he is Married to the wrong lady (Mary McMillen) My records (un-documented) say that he married (Pentalope Ward) of New Brunswick Ca. Could he have married twice? Johns Son CYRUS C. WHITNEY was born in Vermont 10/Aug 1861. (un-documented) There is a family rumor that they were both born in England. Boy am I up against a big stump. Heeeeeeeelp. Thanks to all. Lenard Reel From: "Mike and Annette Poston"
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Kate Dillingham, Cellist: Main In December of the same year, Ms. Dillingham collaborated with pianist blair McMillenon her second recording for Connoisseur Society Records which included http://kdlgm.home.mindspring.com/main.htm
Extractions: American cellist Kate Dillingham made her first appearance with orchestra in 1998 with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra "The Seasons" at the Gneissin Institute in Moscow and with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic at the Yusupov Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia. She has been described as "a polished performer with the kind of sensitive understanding that can transform merely brilliant playing into moving musical statement." In 1998, following her debut in Russia, Ms. Dillingham returned to study with Maria Tschaikovskaya at the Moscow Conservatory. In the summer of 1999, she completed a master course in Germany with Professor Tschaikovskaya and was hailed in the German press for her performance of the Haydn Concerto in D, as "The very talented cellist from America . . . one to watch for in the future." Shortly thereafter, Ms. Dillingham returned to Russia to perform and record the two concerti of Haydn in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. She went on to tour in Romania and conduct masterclasses in both countries. In May of 2000, Ms. Dillingham signed with Connoisseur Society Records, which released her recording of the two Haydn concerti with The Moscow Chamber Orchestra "The Seasons" in December of 2001. She can be heard playing the Haydn Concerto in C at www.mp3.com "Kate Dillingham with The Moscow Chamber Orchestra" which to date has received over 50,000 plays. In December of the same year, Ms. Dillingham collaborated with pianist Blair McMillen on her second recording for Connoisseur Society Records which included works by Debussy, Honegger and Fauré.
Jon Magnussen's Toccare! - NewMusicJukebox.org , Commissioned by the extraordinarily giftedpianist blair mcmillen, Toccare! was composed at the Institute Title, Toccare! http://www.newmusicjukebox.org/composers/c_composition.asp?ComposerID=17867&Acto
[Art-Cafe] MET 245 pm, Great Hall Concert Kate Dillingham, cello Cellist Kate Dillingham, withpianist blair mcmillen, performs Bach, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Louise Beach http://www.alb-net.com/pipermail/art-cafe/Week-of-Mon-20030120/000725.html
Tri-County Obituaries And Newspaper Clippings gold bracelet and, to the bridesmaids and pianist, she gave She has another son, RobertBlairSmith Mrs. Harold mcmillen and Miss Marian Foberg also entertained http://www.rootsweb.com/~patioga/newspapr/tcobt115.htm
Extractions: Tri-Counties Newspaper Clippings Bradford County PA Chemung County NY Tioga County PA Tri Counties Home Page Online Research Library No Commercial Use Clippings Front Page ... Say Hello to Joyce Photo by Joyce M. Tice Tri County Clippings- Page One Hundred Fifteen These obituaries are presented in scrapbook order. I can't think of a better way of understanding a community than by reading an obituary scrapbook. If the scrapbook compiler did not include a date or newspaper, then we do not know that information. If you do not have the time to enjoy the luxury of sifting through a scrapbook, these will be included in the Search Engine which you can reach from the "Front Door" of the sites by Joyce M. Tice. Troy Area Scrapbook One - 1930s - 1940s Typed for Tri-Counties by Barbara COMSTOCK Coy HOW TO SUBMIT OBITUARIES TO THIS SITE Typed obituaries may be submitted by email to Joyce M. Tice either in the text of the email of by an attached file. PLEASE put OBITUARY SUBMISSION in the subject line of your email to help me sort the several hundred emails I receive weekly. Give your file an eight character name - do NOT call it OBITS or it will overwrite someone else's file. Make sure your full name is included so I know whom to credit. Submissions will be arranged alphabetically by SURNAME AT BIRTH, so make sure I know the correct birth name if you know it. If surname at birth is not known, married name or other alias will be indexed in parentheses. Also include the death date and newspaper if you know it.
UW-Green Bay, News Archive, January 2001 Yesterdays, along with student pianist Sara Salentine Kargus, Leah Kent, KristieMcMillen, Diane Schneider Stephane Bielen, Melissa blair, Kristin Blankenheim http://www.uwgb.edu/univcomm/news/archive/2001jan.htm
Extractions: for fall 2001 new freshmen GREEN BAY - Facing its tightest enrollment picture in nearly a decade, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has announced it will stop accepting most new-freshman applications on Friday, Feb. 16, for fall semester 2001. The cutoff is the second-earliest on record for UW-Green Bay. The school stopped accepting applications in late January in 1993 but, in most years since, has remained open until late spring or summer. "Despite our best efforts to 'reel things in' before we reached this point, we're going to have to curtail incoming freshman applications or run the risk of going well over our enrollment targets," says Steve Neiheisel, assistant dean for enrollment services. UW-Green Bay experienced an "exceptionally strong" flow of new applications over the fall, Neiheisel says. More than 2,000 applications have already been received for what are projected to be 980 spots in the next new-freshman class. In addition, improved retention of continuing students and the larger-than-expected freshman class this past year have contributed to the squeeze. UW-Green Bay has a state-approved target of 4,357 full-time equivalent students for fall 2001. The targets help UW System institutions maintain quality by keeping enrollment aligned with available resources such as adequate class sections and student services.
Diary Year 2 earlier since she needed to practice with the pianist and so I met with Dr. McMillenfor a few minutes and then a special on SciFi for the blair Witch Project http://www.shsu.edu/~psy_tjk/diary2.html
Darkpages - Tell Me The Pravda SCHUBERT Wanderer Fantasy (ii, ALBERT FRANTZ, pianist, Classical, 29, look! BLAIRMcMILLEN DEBUSSY ESTAM, ARTISTS COMPILATION 1 ROSTER, Classical, 29, look! http://w3.szikszi.hu/~dark/mp3s.php?categ=CD&mitkeres=29