a series of cliché struggling actor gigs: bartender, waiter, phone answering service attendant and a handful of Off Off Broadway roles, finally earning a role in the music video for David Bowie's "Fashion (Fashion (David Bowie song))" for which he was paid $50 a day and got to meet David Bowie. He also had a bit part (on cutting room floor) in the film musical ''Annie (Annie (film))''. A few Dutch pilots also had escaped and joined the RAF (Royal Air Force) to fight in the Battle of Britain. In July 1940, two all-Dutch squadrons were formed with personnel and Fokker seaplanes from the Dutch naval air force: 320 Squadron (No. 320 Squadron RAF) and 321 Squadron (No. 321 Squadron RAF) (which afterwards moved to Ceylon). The Royal Netherlands Military Flying School was re-established at Hawkins Field (Hawkins Field (airport)), Jackson, Mississippi. In 1943, an all-Dutch fighter squadron was formed in the UK, 322 Squadron (No. 322 Squadron RAF). Subgroups In addition to their presence in Chicago, the Vice Lords also have a large presence in other cities throughout the United States. These include Detroit, Michigan; Kalamazoo, Michigan;Cleveland, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Memphis, Tennessee;
struggling actor gigs: bartender, waiter, phone answering service attendant and a handful of Off Off Broadway roles, finally earning a role in the music video for David Bowie's "Fashion (Fashion (David Bowie song))" for which he was paid $50 a day and got to meet David Bowie. He also had a bit part (on cutting room floor) in the film musical ''Annie (Annie (film))''. In the mid-'90s he moved back to his hometown of Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Alabama to start a film company called Hunter Films, and, with his brothers, to create the multi-use entertainment facility, WorkPlay, named one of “America’s 40 Best Venues” by Paste Magazine (Paste (magazine)). Hunter co-founded Birmingham's (Birmingham, Alabama) Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival, named by ''TIME MAGAZINE'' (Time (magazine)) as one of the top ten “Festivals for the Rest of Us” and serves as its board president. He launched the civic activist group Catalyst4Birmingham and has been an integral part of promoting the film business in the state of Alabama lobbying for legislation to create film incentives as well as the creation of the Birmingham-Jefferson Film Office. DATE OF BIRTH February 14, 1957 PLACE OF BIRTH Birmingham, Alabama, USA DATE OF DEATH foundation 1906 location Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Alabama, USA (United States) Alabama Power Headquarters Complex (Alabama Power Headquarters Building) key_people Charles D. McCrary, Chief Executive Officer and President Phil Raymond, Chief Financial Officer He entered the Army on September 1, 1942, and was a member of the 2nd Battalion, 29th Quartermaster Regiment. He was a passenger aboard the Dutch (Netherlands) steamer USAT ''s'Jacob'' (SS s'Jacob) on March 8, 1943, which was near Porlock Harbor (Porlock Bay, Papua New Guinea), New Guinea, when the ship was hit by Japanese bombers. 125px right thumb City plan of Birmingham, Alabama drawn by Warren Manning. (Image:Birmingham District copy.jpg) In 1919, Manning’s talents took him to Birmingham, Alabama, where he worked on a new design for the city. He recommended a radical resource-based plan which included “multiple neighborhood-based centers determined by available resources” (Karson, 2001). He also makes note of the importance of parks throughout the city stating that “the cities that are best designed have about one-eight of their area in parks and about one acre to 75 people” (Manning, 1919). This approach was in direct contrast to the then popular City Beautiful movement which emphasized monumental civic centers and Beaux Arts architecture style public buildings (Karson, 2001). The architectural design of the Chicago Columbian Exposition was based in the City Beautiful movement, but now, on his own, Manning decided on a different course following his own landscape theories which were based on the natural available resources. This idea was the basis for his creation of the “wild garden” which he applied to many of his landscape designs.