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Corvallis, Oregon

to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration *Bernard Malamud, author, the setting for whose book ''A New Life'' was based on Corvallis *Ben Masters, Actor, notable for his role in the soap opera Passions, and various stage and film works. *Ralph Miller, basketball coach, enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame *Barbara Minty, (also known as Barbara Minty McQueen) Vogue


Hanoi

the underground communist newspaper ''Suoi Reo''. '''Lạng Sơn''' ( ), sometimes '''Langson''', is a city in far northern Vietnam, is the capital of Lạng Sơn province (Lang Son province). It is accessible by road and rail from Hanoi, the Vietnamese capital, and it is the northernmost point on National Road 1A (National Road 1A (Vietnam)). 1980s Chetwynd's diverse film works include "feel-good" productions such as the 1981 made


Haiti

of the film works by her husband, Jean-Daniel Lafond, were construed as supporting Quebec sovereignty (Quebec sovereignty movement) and her holding of dual citizenship caused doubt about her loyalties. But Jean denied separatist leanings, renounced her citizenship of France, and eventually became a respected vicereine. Jean is currently the Special Envoy for Haiti (Diplomatic rank#Special envoys) for the UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization


Vancouver

of California , Los Angeles; the Vancouver Art Gallery, and Pumps Gallery, Vancouver. His work has also been seen in many group shows in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. His video and film works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, N.Y.; ZKM (Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie) in Karlsruhe, Germany; The Collection of the Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; The Museum of Fine Arts (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), Boston; the Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island; the National Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada; The Western Front, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, as well as many private collections worldwide. Personal life He is the son of Order of Canada recipient Morton Beiser and Canadian socialite Roberta Lando Beiser, brother to journalist Vince Beiser, and is related to actor Peter Lando as well as horror film director Jeffrey Lando. Beiser moved from Boston to France at age six, and then to Vancouver, British Columbia at age seven. He studied theatre at Concordia University (Concordia University (Montreal)) in Montreal, and later attended the William Davis Centre for Actors' Study (William Davis Centre for Actors Study) in Vancouver, where he studied under William B. Davis and Mark Bauer. Brendan is currently single and lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. http: www.imdb.com name nm0067289 bio ''Adventures in Debt Collection'', by Vancouver-based author Fred Booker, is Commodore's inaugural title. Addena Sumter-Freitag's play ''Stay Black and Die'', an account of growing up black in Winnipeg during the 1950s and 1960s, is Commodore's second title. style "background: #ffffdd;" colspan "2" The project is an attempt to better organize information in articles related to Vancouver and the Greater Vancouver Regional District. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page (Wikipedia:WikiProject Vancouver), where you can join the project and or contribute to the discussion (Wikipedia:WikiProject Vancouver General). ASSESSMENT_LINK Wikipedia:WikiProject Vancouver Assessment MAIN_ARTICLE Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and the surrounding metropolitan area PORTAL Vancouver Every month, a Vancouver- or Greater Vancouver (Greater Vancouver Regional District)-related topic, stub or nonexistent article is picked to be the Vancouver Collaboration of the Month (Wikipedia:WikiProject Vancouver COTM). WikiPedia:Vancouver dmoz:Regional North America Canada British Columbia Localities V Vancouver Commons:Category:Vancouver


Hollywood

Square neighborhood receives patronage from nearby Hancock Park (Hancock Park, Los Angeles), located to the west, and Hollywood adjacent to the north. Although the neighborhood lies wholly within Windsor Square, and serves as Windsor Square's "main street," it is commonly thought of as a distinct district. Larchmont Village is centered on Larchmont Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and 3rd Street. A streetcar went up and down the street until the 1940s. Film works


Boston

Museum of Fine Arts , Boston) and “Place & Process,” (1969, Collection: MoMA, New York). After these films, he started producing a prodigious body of video works in 1 2, 3 4 and 1-inch tape. These works included video sculpture, video installations, “Videoviews,” (1970–1974), Videoperformances (1973–1977), cable television programs (1985–1986), and broadcast TV programs (2001-). His video and film works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, N.Y.; ZKM (Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie) in Karlsruhe, Germany; The Collection of the Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; The Museum of Fine Arts (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), Boston; the Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island; the National Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada; The Western Front, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, as well as many private collections worldwide. birth_date commons:Boston


Soviet Union

", referring to the restructuring of the Soviet economy. During the World War II, he was a soldier in the Czech units of the Soviet Army in the Soviet Union. He was a member of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. Between 1945 and 1950 he worked in the Czech state radio and after that he became government-sanctioned "writer." 1980s Chetwynd's diverse film works include "feel-good" productions such as the 1981 made for television story


Italy

in Stockholm, and plays for Härnösands CK, Härnösand. Le Moine starred, as well as her teammates, in the videoclip "Hearts on Fire" by the Swedish metal band HammerFall. His video and film works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, N.Y.; ZKM (Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie) in Karlsruhe, Germany; The Collection of the Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; The Museum of Fine Arts (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), Boston; the Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island; the National Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada; The Western Front, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, as well as many private collections worldwide. '''Tirreno–Adriatico''', the "race of the two seas", is an elite cycle race following a route between the Tyrrhenian (Tyrrhenian Sea) and Adriatic (Adriatic Sea) coasts of Italy. Traditionally held in early season, it is considered important preparation for the Milan – San Remo classic race. From 2005 to 2007, it was part of the UCI ProTour calendar, and although it was reclassified in 2008 as a UCI Europe Tour event, when organiser RCS withdrew all their events from the UCI's premier calendar, it became part of the UCI World Ranking calendar the following year '''Andy Selva''' (born 25 May 1976 in Rome) is an Italian (Italy)-born Sanmarinese (San Marino) professional footballer (association football) who currently plays as a striker (Forward (association football)) for Fidene (F.C. Fidene) and the San Marino national team (San Marino national football team). Based on Percy Bysshe Shelley's play ''The Cenci'', which was itself based on the true story of Beatrice Cenci, the opera transplants the story from 16th century Italy to the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia in the 19th century. The 14th century saw the beginning of the cultural movement of the Renaissance. The rediscovery of ancient texts was accelerated after the Fall of Constantinople, in 1453, when many Byzantine (Byzantine Empire) scholars had to seek refuge in the West, particularly Italy. Also, the invention of printing was to have great effect on European society: the facilitated dissemination of the printed word democratized learning and allowed a faster propagation of new ideas. - rowspan 2 align center '''2004 (2004 Alpine Skiing World Cup)''' align right 17 Dec 2003


Canada

Francisco (1980–1982); Art Com, San Francisco (1984–1985), and the East Village Eye, N.Y. (1984–1986). He has published three monographs on contemporary artists, contributed to many exhibition catalogues and has written articles, essays, and interviews featured in Artforum, Art In America, Arts magazine, Avalanche magazine, Laica Journal, Quadrum, Rhobo, and Studio International. His video and film works are in the collections of the Museum


France

general by Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada (Monarchy of Canada), on the recommendation of Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Canada) Paul Martin, to replace Adrienne Clarkson as vicereine (Viceroy), and she occupied the post until succeeded by David Johnston in 2010. Early in her tenure, comments of hers recorded in some of the film works by her husband, Jean-Daniel Lafond, were construed as supporting Quebec sovereignty (Quebec sovereignty movement) and her holding


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