The Cornell Chronicle directed by Louis Malle, with jeanne Moreau and Forest, New Hampshire, Chris johnson, Syracuse University and Storage Ability of Fruit, Chris watkins, fruit http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/96/2.29.96/calendar2-29.html
Cornell Chronicle Calendar4/3/97 John Nance, Charlotte Stewart and jeanne Bates, midnight pm in 165 Statler Hall, Rob johnson, director of Related Disorders of Apple, Chris watkins, fruit and http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/97/4.3.97/calendar4-3.html
Extractions: Calendar of Events All items for the Chronicle Calendar should be submitted (typewritten, double spaced) by campus mail, U.S. mail or in person to Chronicle Calendar, Cornell News Service, Village Green, 840 Hanshaw Road. Notices should be sent to arrive 10 days prior to publication and should include the name and telephone number of a person who can be called if there are questions. Notices should also include the subheading of the calendar in which the item should appear. Ballroom Dance Club The second annual Intercollegiate and Adult Ballroom DanceSport Competition will be held on campus April 18-20. The weekend begins April 18 at 8 p.m. with the Blossom Ball, a non-competitive social dance, in Willard Straight Hall. Dance competition starts April 19 at 8 a.m. in the Field House. It is open to all levels of dance, from beginner to advanced, and will have student and adult divisions. The registration deadline for the competition is April 9. There is a range of fees for competitors and spectators. Contact Jonathan Darrow at email@example.com
EI > Inside Scoop Pictures grabbed the comedy pitch RAZHEL watkins HIP HOP OF TIME from writer Joanna johnson about a man thriller spec TRACE EVIDENCE by jeanne Lusignan about http://www.einsiders.com/iscoop/scoop09-05-01.php
Extractions: The long in the works remake of the classic 1956 science fiction film FORBIDDEN PLANET is moving forward once again, thanks to DreamWorks' Michael de Luca. The project had previously been in development at New Line Cinema, where it had been in development under de Luca until the exec was given his walking papers. Since then, New Line placed the project in turnaround, which allowed de Luca to snag the rights for D'Works. The original film, which starred Leslie Neilsen, Walter Pidgeon and Anne Francis, was a futuristic adaptation of Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST. A military craft is sent to check up on a colony that had been started on the distant planet of Altair-4. It is soon learned that all the colonists, except a Dr. Morbius (Pidgeon) and his daughter Altaira (Francis), were killed by a mysterious unseen force long ago. Now, with the coming of Commander Adams (Nielsen) and his men, the force seems to have made a return, attacking their ship and killing men. All this may have some connection to Morbius' research into a long dead native race of the planet, called the Krel. The remake, which had previously been of interest to James Cameron and Frank Darabont, will be produced by Richard Saperstein and Lindsay Dunlap.
September 1995 Alumnotes Donna watkins, 88, johnson City, Tenn., is 1990. jeanne Bell, 90, Port Orchard, is a vocational counselor with the Dept. of Social and Health Services Div. http://www.washington.edu/alumni/columns/sept95/alumnotes0995.html
Extractions: You must be a member of the UW Alumni Association to be listed in the Alumnotes section. To join, call (206) 543-0540 or 1-800-AUW-ALUM or send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Class notes are listed by year with names listed alphabetically within each year. Click on the decade you are interested in to jump to those names. Or use the search function in your web browser to find a specific name. HUB Memories Wanted As the 50th anniversary of the Husky Union Building approaches in October 1999, personal memories, experiences or anecdotes about the HUB are being collected for the anniversary celebration. Send your reminiscences, including your name, the year in which your memory is from, and an address and phone number, to Paul Zuchowski, Husky Union Building, Box 352230, University of Washington, Seattle, 98195-2230. Hazel E. Clark , '27, '28, Everett, writes to ask "How many of our library school class are still on deck? In going through the alumni directory, there were only four of us from the library school listed, but there certainly must be others." She said she took a tour of the campus with her granddaughter and couldn't believe how big the campus had grown. Attention, Members of 1937 Husky Marching Band
Columns Magazine: June 2000 Alumnotes He has been married for 20 years to his wife, Susan, and they have an 18year-old son. Patti Spencer-watkins, 75. Dan johnson, 93. jeanne Yum Kim, 94, 98. http://www.washington.edu/alumni/columns/june00/alumnotes0600.html
Extractions: William Brueggeman, '27 Seattle, would love to hear from fellow classmates. He lives at 11448 Rainier Ave. S, #138 in Seattle. You can reach him by phone at (206) 772-7676. Virginia Isham Harvey, '30 Freeland, is the subject of a documentary in the Living Treasures Project produced by NW Designer Craftsmen. A longtime contributor to programs of the Seattle Weavers Guild since 1953, she was curator of collections at the UW's costume and textile study center until her retirement. Margaret Millay Henriksen, '32 Lewiston, Idaho, writes that her husband, George, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science in Agriculture by the Univ. of Idaho. She recently completed a history of the Orchard's Community Church, which covers 90 years. Margaret Cardiff Fuller, '35
Extractions: Plays and comedies currently playing in London The 2000 BBC Proms took place at the Royal Albert Hall from 14 July to 9 September 2000. Back to Top FRIDAY 14 JULY 7.30PM - c9.45PM Copland Fanfare for the Common Man 4' Bach, orch. Stokowski Toccata and Fugue in D minor 9' Rakhmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor 35' I N T E R V A L Janácek Glagolitic Mass 41' Evgeny Kissin piano Christine Brewer soprano Louise Winter mezzo-soprano David Kuebler tenor Nicolai Putilin bass Simon Preston organ BBC Singers BBC Symphony Chorus BBC Symphony Orchestra Sir Andrew Davis conductor A new-style First Night fanfare for 2000: two of this year's anniversary composers, the greatest of today's young pianists, and the blazing choral work that launched Davis's BBC career. TV cameras will be in use Back to Top SATURDAY 15 JULY 7.30PM - c10.00PM Bach Suite No. 4 in D major, BWV 1069 22' Cantata No. 24, 'Ein ungefärbt Gemüte' 20' Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major 23' I N T E R V A L Bach Cantata No. 185, 'Barmherziges Herze der ewigen Liebe' 18' Magnificat in D major 28' Miah Persson soprano Magdalena Kozená mezzo-soprano Claudia Schubert contralto Paul Agnew tenor Nicolas Teste bass Monteverdi Choir English Baroque Soloists Sir John Eliot Gardiner conductor Sir John Eliot Gardiner is devoting the whole of 2000 to celebrating the music of Bach. Here the joyous Magnificat and popular orchestral works join two cantatas composed for this weekend in the liturgical year.
People At Park johnson, Patrick T. johnson, Ph.D., Andrew Jones, Paula J Shriner, Mary Shull, Debra jeanne Simons, Lana Walsh, Cliff watkins, Dorla D. Watras, Sharon Kathryn http://www.park.edu/peopleatpark/person.asp?ID=51
People At Park Finance and Administration Cline, Jo Ann watkins, Dorla D. Cox, David W. Felton, Nicole LaFra nce Hansen, Randall Glenn johnson, Ph.D WRPT Shull, Debra jeanne. http://www.park.edu/peopleatpark/person.asp?PeopleAtPark=Depart&ID=51
Pageant News Bureau (PNB) - Pageant News in May when Miss Memphis, Brandi watkins, a former fourth runnerup was Allison johnson, representing Scarborough. jeanne Anne Schroeder, 23, competing as Miss http://www.pageant.net/news/archive/news2002q2.html
Extractions: News archive: April - June 2002 María Angélica García , representing Carabobo, won the Miss Tourism World Venezela crown on June 30, 2002, in Valencia. She will represent her country in December's Miss Tourism World Pageant in Colombia. The same evening, Gustavo Granados , representing Sucre, won the title of Mr. Tourism Venezuela and will compete at the Mister Tourism International Pageant in Panama in September. Gina Paola Arango Lemos , 20, Miss Calima-El Darién, was crowned Miss Valle in Guadalajara de Buga, Colombia, on June 30, 2002. She will represent her state, one of the most successful in recent years, in the Miss Colombia Pageant in November. María Fernanda González Castaño , Miss Guadalajara de Buga, was the first runner-up, and Vanessa Velásquez Londoño , Miss La Cumbre, was the second runner-up. Among the judges was
Pageant News Bureau (PNB) - Pageant News Miss White River, Brandi watkins, 21, of Brinkley, who 24, of Urbandale, competing as Miss johnson County, was The third runnerup was jeanne Anne Shroeder, 21 http://www.pageant.net/news/archive/news2000q2.html
Extractions: News archive: April - June 2000 Jesika Henderson , 18, of Utah was chosen America's Junior Miss on June 28, 2000, in Mobile, Ala. The first runner-up was Katie Boyd of Alabama, and the second runner-up was Allison Lauber of Wisconsin. Tiffanie Rachelle Story , 19, Miss UNR-Truckee Meadows, was crowned Miss Nevada on June 25, 2000, in Reno. She is a sophomore vocal performance major at the University of Nevada and performed a jazz vocal to "Ain't Misbehavin" in talent competition. Her platform is "Domestic Violence Awareness Among Our Youth." The first runner-up was Miss Gold Country, Jenee Conway , and the second runner-up was Jenny Valdez , Miss Las Vegas, who also won the Community Service Award. Miss NorthEast Nevada, Amy Peterson , was third runner-up, and Megan Glasson , Miss Washoe/Douglas was fourth runner-up. Ms. Story was crowned by her predecessor, Gina Giacinto , 25, of Las Vegas, who was a preliminary winner at the 1999 Miss America Pageant.
Putney my life ; daughters, Ruth (Gary) Ring and jeanne (Tim) White nieces and nephews, Katie (Brian) johnson, Linda Temple In living memory of Bernice watkins, a tree http://members.tripod.com/~PutneyS/obfeb13.html
Hawaiian Eye - Episode Guide - TV Tome Orrison (Vedder) Don Gordon (Cliff johnson) Lou Krugman Fahey (Della Kandinsky) Linda watkins (Mildred Kandinsky Ray Danton (Mark Hamilton) jeanne Baird (Nora http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet/EpisodeGuideSummary/showid-1019/season-all
EyeTap get their say Mike Duffy, jeanne Beker and Chaykin, Julian Richings and Homicide alumnus Clark johnson. UNIVERSAL CLOCK THE RESISTANCE OF PETER watkins ***. http://eyetap.org/cyberman/cyberman_eye_tiff_movie_rating_printer.htm
Extractions: http://www.eye.net/eye/issue/issue_09.06.01/film/tiff.html Best of the Fest Our reviewers tackle over 70 films in our biggest ever Toronto International Film Festival guide HOW TO DO THE FESTIVAL The Toronto International Film Festival has a way of making people feel as though if they didn't buy their tickets three months ago and plan to take two weeks off work, they have little hope of seeing anything. There's a grain of truth in this it is hard to get tickets. But with a little advance planning, it is possible. Subject to availability, single tickets can be purchased at the Festival Box Office in the Eaton Centre for $13 ($23.55 for Galas) until the day before the screening. On the day of the screening, single tickets are available for $13.75 ($24 at Roy Thomson Hall for Galas) from the cinema box office where the movie is playing. If a film is sold out, tickets may still be available for rush seats to go rush for any performance, turn up in good time (that can mean upwards of four hours for popular movies) and join the rush line, which lets people into the theatre five minutes before the start of the show.
Book Catalog: Mystery 2001; The Vanishing violinist A Joan Spencer Mystery by 2000; To Perish in Penzance by Dams, jeanne M. $5.00 2000; Dark Coulee A Claire watkins Mystery by Logue http://www.aliensonearth.com/catalog/topic/Fiction/Mystery/
Book Catalog: Mystery 1998; Dark Coulee A Claire watkins Mystery by Logue 1999; To Perish in Penzance by Dams, jeanne M. $5.00 1999; The Vanishing violinist A Joan Spencer Mystery by http://www.aliensonearth.com/catalog/topic/Fiction/Mystery/?sort=oldest
Accessions 2/21/03 watkins, Jonathan René Denizot. Black political organizations in the postcivil rights era / edited by Ollie A. johnson III, Karin L Scelles-Millie, jeanne. http://www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/library/about/accessions/022103.shtml
Dallas NABC Daily Web Page - March 9, 1997 2.48 4 Jeffrey Reynolds, Houston TX; jeanne Reynolds, Miami FL 0.49 6 Mary Owren Blessie watkins, Arlington TX CO 106.50 3.25 3 Marilyn johnson - Grace Scott http://www.acbl.org/nabc/dallas/970309.HTM