The Bachelor of Mortuary Science (BMS) is a professional undergraduate degree, only awarded by the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science of Cincinnati, Ohio. It was introduced in 1986 and is currently awarded to students that complete 120 semester hours of course work and receive passing scores on the National Board Exam administered by The International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards.
and Filmmaking As NYFF Opens." Retrieved: April 24, 2007. Having majored in journalism in college, Clooney was well-versed in the subject matter. His father, Nick Clooney, was a television journalist for many years, appearing as an anchorman (News presenter) in Cincinnati, Ohio, Salt Lake City, Utah and Buffalo, New York. The elder Clooney also ran for congress in 2004. Biography Putnam was born and raised in Salem, Massachusetts, the son of Ebenezer (1797–1876) and Elizabeth (Appleton) Putnam. After leaving college, Ebenezer had for a short time engaged in fitting young men for college, but soon went into business in Cincinnati as a commission merchant, a line in which he was successful. Recalled to Salem by his father's death in 1826, Ebenezer married there and devoted himself to the study and cultivation of plants and fruits, and involved himself in the Democratic Party (Democratic Party (United States)) in his county. Although frequently offered office, Ebenezer never accepted, except to serve as alderman in the so-called “model-government” of Salem when that town was first chartered as a city, and as postmaster of Salem. ''The Cyclopædia of American Biography'', 1918 Clooney hosted ''Money Maze'' concurrently with his local daily talk show, ''The Nick Clooney Show'', on then-ABC affiliate WKRC-TV in Cincinnati (now a CBS affiliate). In fact, WKRC scheduled ''Money Maze'' on a delay at 10:30 AM, immediately before ''Nick Clooney'' at 11:00. * 1997 – by Born for Bliss * 1999 – by the Cincinnati-based Gothic (Gothic rock) Garage Rock band Stop the Car for their final album ''Crash'', after having featured the song regularly in their live set lists since the 1980s * 2001 – by the industrial (Industrial music) band Collide (Collide (band)). Collide - Chasing The Ghost A remix version appears in the ending credits of the 2007 film, ''Resident Evil: Extinction'' In 1970, he moved to Cincinnati and in 1972 he gained a more important position in St. Petersburg, Florida. He had married Deborah Lyons in the 1970s. In 1977 he became Vice President of the Florida Baptist Convention, and was then its President from 1981 to 1994. Henry Lyons: The path to power In 1994, Lyons became President of the National Baptist Convention USA Inc. '''Turfway Park''' is an American (United States) horse racing track located just outside the city limits to the north of Florence, Kentucky, about 10 miles south of the Ohio River at Cincinnati. The track conducts live Thoroughbred horse racing (Thoroughbred horse race) during three meets each year—Fall, Holiday, and Winter Spring—and offers year-round simulcast wagering from tracks across the continent. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
in Rochester, New York; on that station's year-end countdowns of top songs as voted on by listeners, "Ironspy" was ranked fifth in 1999, while "Mayan Pilot" was fourth and "A Charming Spell" tied for eighteenth in 2000. WBER's top 100 songs of 2000 as voted by our listeners In addition, Splashdown once headlined
, it would resurface as adult top 40 when KZBD dropped alternative rock for contemporary hit radio because of Mediabase & Nielsen BDS still reporting the station as adult top 40. Most of the modern AC acts heard on sister station KEZE (and prior to 2010 (2010 in radio), KXLY-FM) have been replaced by rhythmic contemporary acts by then, with a similar trend done by most hot AC stations in Canada, as well as Cincinnati's WKRQ. Tobacco processing plants were found in Dayton (Dayton, Ohio) by the 1810s and Cincinnati became known as "Porkopolis" in being the nation's capital of pork processing, and by 1850 it was the third largest manufacturing city in the country. Mills were established throughout the state, including one in Steubenville (Steubenville, Ohio) in 1815 which employed 100 workers. Manufacturers produced farming machinery, including Cincinnati residents Cyrus McCormick, who invented the reaper, and Obed Hussey, who developed an early version of the mower. Columbus became known as the "Buggy Capital of the World" for its nearly two dozen carriage manufacturers. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
;Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge", and "Once Upon A Mattress.". Wootton's December 2005 production of Jason Robert Brown's "Songs for a New World" was selected to be the full-length featured show at the Maryland State High School Theaterfest on February 11, 2005. Songs for a New World In fall 2008, the musical "Grease" (revised student version) was a huge hit, selling out every show. In 2010 to celebrate Wootton's 40th Anniversary a musical review called "A Decade of Hits" which featured popular songs from Musicals Wootton had done in the past 10 years was performed. Medleys in the review came from but are not limited to "Sweeney Todd", "Les Miserables", "Seussical", "My Favorite Year", "Joseph and the Amazing Technocolor Dreamcoat", and "Beauty and the Beast" The 2009 Spring musical was "Beauty and the Beast". http: www.connectionnewspapers.com article.asp?article 73828&paper 59&cat 124 http: backfence.com news showPost.cfm?myComm BE&bid 6484 http: www.washingtonpost.com wp-dyn content article 2006 12 13 AR2006121301038.html http: www.cappies.com nca news reviews 06-07 wo.htm http: www.freewebs.com woottonsongs In the spring of 2007 Matt Culbertson and Eli Mangold received Wootton's first Cappie Award (Critics and Awards Program for High School Students) for Sound Production for ''Children of Eden''. In spring 2008 the musical "My Favorite Year" brought home the cappie for Comic Actress in a Musical (Katina Kempel, Alice). The 2009 spring musical ''Beauty and The Beast'' brought home 3 Cappies Awards for Featured Actor in a Musical (Mattia D'Affuso, Lumiere), Lead Actress in a Musical (Jessica Futran, Belle), and Best Song (''Be Our Guest''). Background and writing "Lunatic Fringe (Lunatic Fringe (song))", the band's most famous song, is about what composer Tom Cochrane saw as an alarming rise of anti-Semitism in the 1970s, and was inspired by a book he read about Raoul Wallenberg. The song is featured in the 1985 high-school wrestling movie '' Vision Quest '', the ''Miami Vice'' episode ''Smuggler's Blues (Smuggler's Blues (Miami Vice))'', and the ''My Name is Earl'' episode ''Bounty Hunter (Bounty Hunter (My Name Is Earl))''. The beginning of the song is used as a part of a bump for the Cincinnati radio station, WEBN. It is also the inspiration for Kurt Angle's entrance theme in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. It is also used as American Mixed Martial Artist Dan Henderson's and Randy Couture's entrance theme as of late. American guitarist Gary Hoey covered "Lunatic Fringe" on his 2006 album ''American Made''. '''LensCrafters''' is an international retailer of prescription eyewear (glasses), and prescription sunglasses, and the largest optical chain in the United States, with about 90 stores in California alone. It was founded in 1983 in the U.S. and has subsequently expanded to over 850 stores in Canada, the United States, Puerto Rico and Hong Kong. LensCrafters Hong Kong The stores usually feature independent optometrists on-site or in an adjacent store. The company has its corporate headquarters in Mason, Ohio, near Cincinnati. LensCrafters, Sunglass Hut International and Pearle Vision are all wholly owned subsidiaries of the Italian (Italy)-based Luxottica,the largest eyewear company in the world. "At LensCrafters selling candor and designer frames", ''New York Times'' (April 16, 2006) Education Stewart was born in Jackson (Jackson, Michigan), Michigan, approximately Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
that potentially 45.7 million credit card numbers were compromised. This, from the Associated Press, "TJX says its computer systems were first breached in July 2005 by a hacker or hackers who accessed information from customer transactions dating to January 2003. TJX says it didn’t find out about the breach until about three months ago.... The filing also says, “We believe that the intruder had access to the decryption tool for the encryption software utilized by TJX.”
is the limburger sandwich. After three months, when the cheese has ripened, it becomes spreadable. The cheese is often spread thickly ( 0.5 cm) on firm textured 100% rye bread, with a large, thick slice of onion, and is typically served with strong black coffee or lager beer. Alternatively, for heartier eaters, chunks or slices of the cheese up to 1.5 cm thick can be cut off the block and placed in the sandwich. This sandwich still remains very popular among the descendants of German immigrants residing in the midwest part of America, such as in Cincinnati, or German Village in Columbus, Ohio. However, it is markedly less popular among the descendants born after ca. 1960, mainly because of the permeating smell, and the inconvenience of going to specialty cheese and sausage shops to obtain it. In Wisconsin, the Limburger sandwich can be found on menus at certain restaurants, accompanied with brown mustard. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
Fringe Festival url http: www.cincyfringe.com email address Know Theatre, 1120 Jackson St lat long directions Over-The-Rhine phone +1 513 300-5669 tollfree fax hours Late May early June price $12 per show, with discounts for multi-passes content Like Fringe Festivals around the world, the Cincy Fringe Festival showcases the off-beat, the experimental, and the just plain weird. Over twelve days, dozens of plays, musicals, dance productions, puppet shows, and other
the three at the forefront of an underground hip hop scene that appeared at the time to be flagging against the influence of the "Jiggy" era of hip-hop, and was followed by a number of acclaimed collaborations and albums. Kweli and Hi-Tek reconnected in 2000 for the release of their debut album, ''Train of Thought (Train of Thought (Reflection Eternal album))''. Though highly acclaimed, the release did not receive a significant amount of commercial attention, despite the success of the rap hits "Move Somethin' (Move Somethin' (Reflection Eternal song))" and "The Blast (The Blast (song))". Background Clarence Brandenburg, a Ku Klux Klan leader in rural Ohio, contacted a reporter at a Cincinnati television station and invited him to come and cover a KKK rally in Hamilton County (Hamilton County, Ohio) in the summer of 1964. Steve Kissing, Brandenburg v. Ohio, Cincinnati Magazine, August 2001, pp. 14-15. Portions of the rally were filmed, showing several men in robes and hoods, some carrying firearms, first burning a cross and then making speeches. One of the speeches made reference to the possibility of "revengeance" ''sic'' against "niggers," "Jews," and those who supported them. One of the speeches also claimed that "our President (President of the United States), our Congress (United States Congress), our Supreme Court (Supreme Court of the United States), continues to suppress the white, Caucasian race," and announced plans for a march on Washington to take place on the Fourth of July (Independence Day (United States)). Brandenburg was charged with advocating violence under Ohio's criminal syndicalism (Criminal syndicate) statute for his participation in the rally and for the speech he made. In relevant part, the statute - enacted in 1919 during the First Red Scare - proscribed "advocat ing .. . the duty, necessity, or propriety of crime, sabotage, violence, or unlawful methods of terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial or political reform" and "voluntarily assembl ing with any society, group or assemblage of persons formed to teach or advocate the doctrines of criminal syndicalism." The game's rise to popularity in the U.S. came during World War II, when it was introduced by soldiers from its birthplace in Cincinnati, Ohio to various military stations around the world. The game's popularity in the armed forces stems from its simplicity compared to Bridge and Euchre and the fact that it can be more easily interrupted than Poker, all of which were also popular military card games. After the war, veterans brought the game back home to the U.S., where due to the GI Bill it spread to and became popular among college students as well as in home games. It also remained widely popular in countries in which U.S. troops were stationed, both in WWII and later deployments. * The logo of Bangladesh Cricket Board features a Royal Bengal Tiger. * Cincinnati's National Football League team is named the Cincinnati Bengals. * The Detroit's MLB team Detroit Tigers are nicknamed the Bengals. 16 05 1987 align left Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
Electric conglomerate, which is one of the world's largest corporations. The division operated under the name of '''General Electric Aircraft Engines''' or '''GEAE''' until September 2005; Prior to that, '''General Electric Flight Propulsion Division'''. Development funds were allotted in 1946 for a more powerful version of the same design, the TG-190. This engine finally emerged as the famed General Electric J47, which saw saw great demand for several military aircraft; a second manufacturing facility near Cincinnati was opened. J47 production ran to 30,000 engines by the time the lines closed down in 1956. Further development of the J47 by Patrick Clarke in 1957 led to the J73 (General Electric J73), and from there into the much more powerful J79 (General Electric J79). The J79 was GE's second "hit", leading to a production run of 17,000 in several different countries. The GE and Lockheed (Lockheed Corporation) team that developed the J79 and the F-104 Mach 2 fighter aircraft received the 1958 Collier Trophy for outstanding technical achievement in aviation. Other successes followed, including the T58 (General Electric T58), and T64 (General Electric T64) turboshaft engines, J85 (General Electric J85) and F404 (General Electric F404) turbojets. Future expansion LFL Chairman and Commissioner Mitchell S. Mortaza announced that the league offices are in negotiations with ownership groups to bring the LFL to San Jose (San Jose, California), Houston (Houston,Texas), Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Detroit, Washington, D.C., Carolina (The Carolinas), Buffalo (Buffalo, New York), Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana) and New Jersey in the coming seasons. Commons:Category:Cincinnati WikiPedia:Cincinnati Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Metro Areas Cincinnati Metro
In the early 19th century, Cincinnati was an American boomtown in the heart of the country to rival the larger coastal cities in size and wealth, at one point being the 6th largest city in the United States by population, surpassed only by the older, established settlements of the Eastern Seaboard and New Orleans. It developed with less European immigration or influence than eastern cities in the same period; however, it received a significant number of German immigrants, who founded many of the city's cultural institutions. By the end of the 19th century, with the shift from steamboats to railroads, Cincinnati's growth had slowed considerably and the city became surpassed in population by other inland cities, Chicago and St. Louis.
Cincinnati is home to two major sports teams, the Cincinnati Reds, one of the oldest franchises in Major League Baseball, and the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League. The University of Cincinnati, founded in 1819, is one of the 50 largest in the United States.