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Skid Row, Los Angeles

omitted, although Mrs. Shiva is mentioned as being the shop's biggest funeral account. The character of the gleefully masochistic dental patient (played by Jack Nicholson) is deleted from the stage musical but restored in the 1986 film version (played there by Bill Murray).


Tobago

a film version of ''The Glorious Adventure'', did recall, almost as a tribute, Halliburton's recreation of the castaway in his ''Mr. Robinson Crusoe''.) Commons:Tobago


Concrete, Washington

1950s, after his mother moved from west Seattle to marry a mechanic who lived in one of the company houses. In his memoir, ''This Boy's Life'', he calls this isolated settlement "Chinook," and describes how the nearest high school was a long bus ride away, in a slightly larger hamlet called Concrete (Concrete, Washington). In the 1993 film version of ''This Boy's Life (This Boy's Life (film))'', starring Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio, the two places are combined and called "Concrete." Biography Wolff was born in 1945 in Birmingham (Birmingham, Alabama), Alabama. After attending Concrete High School in Concrete, Washington, Wolff applied to, and was accepted by, The Hill School under the self-embellished name Tobias Jonathan von Ansell-Wolff, III. He was later expelled. End notes for ''This Boy's Life (This Boy's Life (film))'' He served in the US Army during the Vietnam War era. He holds a First Class Honours degree in English from Hertford College, Oxford (1972) and an M.A. (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) from Stanford University. In 1975 he was awarded a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in Creative Writing at Stanford. Amidst fanfare, music provided by the Concrete High School Band (Concrete, Washington), and ribbon cutting, Highway 20 was officially connected from western to eastern Washington via Washington Pass on 2 September 1972. Then-governor Daniel J. Evans, a host of state dignitaries, and then-President Richard M. Nixon's brother Donald (Donald Nixon) were in attendance for the opening and vehicle procession over the Cascade Mountains. WSDOT History of North Cascades Highway The route weaves through the rocky landscape of Fidalgo Island to Sharpes Corner, on the outskirts of Anacortes (Anacortes, Washington), where it meets the eastern terminus of begins the slow climb through the Cascade Mountains to Washington Pass, via Concrete (Concrete, Washington) and the northern eastern terminus of SR 530 (Washington State Route 530). thumb right 250px Flowers on a farm in Skagit Valley. (File:Skagit Valley 1.JPG) The '''Skagit Valley''' lies in the northwestern corner of the state of Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), USA. Its defining feature is the Skagit River, which snakes through local communities which include the seat of Skagit County, Mount Vernon (Mount Vernon, Washington), as well as Sedro-Woolley (Sedro-Woolley, Washington), Concrete (Concrete, Washington), Lyman (Lyman, Washington)-Hamilton (Hamilton, Washington), and Burlington (Burlington, Washington).


Kamianets-Podilskyi

in ''Fiddler on the Roof'', playing the innkeeper in the Broadway play and the rabbi in the film version (Fiddler on the Roof (film)). Another of his more notable roles was that of Boris' father in Woody Allen's Love and Death. DATE OF BIRTH December 1, 1899 PLACE OF BIRTH Kamenets-Podolsky (Kamianets-Podilskyi), Russian Empire, now Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine DATE OF DEATH March 25, 1985 He was born


Portobello, Dublin

Boylan first Henry year 1999 publisher Gill and Macmillan location Dublin isbn 0-7171-2945-4 He afterwards returned to the Abbey theatre. In 1936 John Ford brought him to the United States to act in a film version of ''The Plough and the Stars''. Disbandment In April 1917 the 4RMF joined the 5RMF at the Curragh. In August the 4th moved to Castlebar County Mayo, the 5th to Galway. With the changed political situation and growth in support for Sinn Féin loyalty was under test. Reports of loss of rifles, Lewis guns and ammunition necessitated the massive transfer of the battalions out of the country in November, the 3rd to Devonport (HMNB Devonport), England, the others to Scotland, 4th to Invergordon the 5th to Dreghorn. Staunton pp.165-6 With the possibility of the extension of conscription to Ireland those Irish battalions still stationed in Ireland were transferred to England in April 1918. The RMFs were relocated again, 3rd to Plymouth, 4th to Portobello (Portobello, Dublin) and the 5th to Fort George (Fort George, Scotland), all three eventually amalgamating at Plymouth by August. The 3rd was absorbed into the 1st RMF in June 1919 . The Tralee Depot and the remaining reserves were moved to Devonport (HMNB Devonport) in England where they were disbanded on 31. July 1922. Staunton p.166


Stratford, Ontario

Broadway debut (Broadway theatre) in ''The House of Atreus''. Two years later he landed his first starring role in ''Applause (Applause (musical))'', a musical adaptation of the film ''All About Eve''. It earned him a Tony Award nomination as Best Actor in a Musical and won him the Theatre World Award. In 1973 he garnered his second Tony nod for ''A Little Night Music''; he repeated the role for the 1977 film version. Six years later he won both the Tony and a Drama Desk Award


Hollywood

films and later shows In 1929 Kern made his first trip to Hollywood to supervise the 1929 film version of ''Sally'' (Sally (1929 film)), one of the first "all-talking" Technicolor films. The following year, he was there a second time to work on ''Men of the Sky'', released in 1931 without his songs, and a 1930 film version of ''Sunny'' (Sunny (1930 film)). There was a public reaction against the early glut of film musicals after the advent

Ethiopian territory. This encounter leads to the Abyssinia Crisis. * November 26 – Universal Pictures releases the first film version of Fannie Hurst's novel, '''''Imitation of Life (Imitation of Life (novel))''''', starring Claudette Colbert and Louise Beavers. It gives Beavers, usually featured in small roles as a maid, her best screen role, and features the largest supporting role played by a black person in a Hollywood film up till then. Its storyline

;Richardson, p.163 he confesses that he did not share the general admiration of Haskell Wexler, who did double duty on the picture as producer and director of photography. While being known for his dramatic roles, Finney appeared and sang in two musical films: ''Scrooge (Scrooge (1970 film))'' and the Hollywood film version of ''Annie (Annie (musical))'', which was directed by John Huston, who would direct him once again in ''Under The Volcano'' two years later. He


Burnaby

are located in the metropolitan area but are outside the jurisdiction of the regional district and not represented in its government. Also in the metropolitan area but not represented in the regional district are the University Endowment Lands. right thumb 250px Gotham City's skyline (File:Gotham skyline.JPG), as it appears in the 1989 ''Batman (Batman (1989 film))'' movie. * In the opening lines of the Sam Hamm screenplay for the 1989 film version of '' Batman (1989 film


Cambodia


Monterey, California

such as Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jefferson Airplane, the Mamas & Papas, and Brian Jones have been published around the world. One of Gibson's photos of Jimi Hendrix made the front cover of ''Rolling Stone'' magazine. "Rolling Stone", September 18, 2003, cover, Issue #931 Gibson can be seen twice in the film version of this festival, ''Monterey Pop'', by D.A. Pennebaker. Season two opens with Diego in Monterey (Monterey, California), the colonial capital, where privately collected money to bring a supply ship to California is consistently diverted to a gang of bandits. Diego stays to investigate, both as himself and as Zorro, and becomes interested in Ana Maria Verduzco, the daughter of the man organizing the effort. Once Zorro defeats the thieves, he enters into a rivalry with his old friend Ricardo del Campo, a practical joker who is also interested in Ana Maria. Ana Maria in turn is in love with Zorro. While in Monterey, Zorro and Sergeant Demetrio Lopez Garcia also get involved in a dispute between the peons and a repressive Lieutenant Governor. Diego is on the verge of giving up his mask to marry Ana Maria, but Don Alejandro talks him out of it. Zorro (and Diego) says goodbye to Ana Maria and returns to Los Angeles, where he gets involved in a series of shorter adventures. In one three episode story arc, guest starring Annette Funicello, Zorro must solve the mystery of Anita Campillo's father, a man who does not seem to exist. Other storylines late in the series involve Diego's never-do-well uncle (Cesar Romero), a plot against the governor of California, an encounter with an American "mountain man" (Jeff York, reprising a role from ''The Saga of Andy Burnett''), and outwitting a greedy emissary (Diplomat) from Spain. death_date Ok, ‘Joe the painter’… While the Star Beacon article was done quite well as a whole, the wording in this part about ‘the presidency and house painting’ is a bit too abbreviated, and a bit too disjointed. The more accurate version is… I have a degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University (w:Bowling Green State University) and have worked for several intermediate sized newspapers in Ohio. A ways into this, I changed professions and became a licensed chemical dependency counselor who started one of the first outpatient treatment programs in the Midwest for people who were raised in addictive dysfunctional families. (As an aside, during Campaign 2000, I told CBS News (w:CBS News) in Monterey (w:Monterey, California), that: “To heal the country, we have to heal the family.” After working in the chemical dependency field for about eight years, I felt a spiritual prompting – as other people at times feel spiritual promptings to do any number of things – to leave this profession and go out on the road to look for people trying to make a difference when it came to things like healing the family, saving the environment, helping the poor, creating peace felt compelled to gather these stories, using my journalism background, then share them with others – with the hopes of planting “seeds of change.” After a long, considered discernment process, I decided to go on the road and left Cleveland, in 1990. This was the start of an eight-year research period where I logged close to 100,000 miles. What I learned was a lot of tremendously creative, common sense solutions to practically all the issues of our day. Armed with this, I started to running for president in 1999, and have been doing it ever since (four successive election cycles). In each newspaper interview, each radio show, each speech... I share parts of what I researched with the hopes people will try some of it in their own town, and who knows how far out it will ripple from there. (I found that running for president is a great way to get a message out. And yes, I am indeed trying to win as well. Then I could get the information out a lot quicker, and further.) Now as far as the house painting, because I'm on the road some six to eight months a year campaigning, it's logistically quite hard to hold down a counseling or journalism job. So, instead, I do some part-time house painting to make ends meet. And thus, “Joe the painter.” Note: As an example, in the heart of w:Buffalo, New York Buffalo , I interviewed Dr. Myron Glick who felt his own 'spiritual prompting' to move his family to inner city Buffalo and start the Jericho Road Health Clinic. He uses a minimal sliding fee scale and has seen people from at least 50 different countries (Buffalo is a port city). Why? Because he's Christian (w:Christianity), he told me, and it is Jesus Christ (w:Jesus)' edict that we help the poor. I have shared Dr. Glick's story all over the country, with the hopes of inspiring other doctors to consider doing some version of the same. And each time that happens, I get a component of our healthcare bill passed – and another little kid living below the poverty line gets the medical help they might have otherwise not gotten. For more on our healthcare position paper, see or, listen to my “ w:Fireside chats Fireside Podcast ” on healthcare, and podcasts on other pressing issues of the day, at


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