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Cartagena, Colombia

of the 1697 raid on Cartagena (Raid on Cartagena (1697)) is chronicled in the novel ''Captain Blood (Captain Blood (novel))''. * The second story in Nam Le's award-winning book of short fiction, ''The Boat'' (2008) is called "Cartagena" and set in Colombia. Cartagena in the story is more an idea than a place. Video games * The city of the scene of two levels in the video game, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception.


Magazine, May 8, 2006 and the Save Darfur Coalition said that "he is the person most responsible for getting this issue into America's consciousness and the resulting efforts to resolve it." Save Darfur Coalition statement by David Rubenstein, April 18, 2006 Samantha Power, the author of Pulitzer Prize-winning book on genocide, told an American Jewish World Service audience that Kristof was probably the person the Janjaweed militia in Darfur most

Phoenix, Arizona

: chrisMontez.cfm "This is America; this isn’t supposed to happen here. This is the legacy we have been left with — unfortunately it is oftentimes not true," said Anti-Defamation League representative Bill Strauss. According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (w:Arizona Department of Public Safety), 254 incidents were reported in 2003 involving hate crimes, though Strauss said that the actual number of incidents could be higher due to underreporting.


six years, in 1988, he became the newspaper's Moscow correspondent, which provided him with the material for his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, ''Lenin's Tomb (Lenin's Tomb: The Last Days of the Soviet Empire)''. He also received the George Polk Award for excellence in journalism. Early Years Born in Riga to Vasili Peterson, a Swedish (Sweden) bank director and Alejandra Labunskaia, a Russian (Russians) noblewoman, Eugenie attended drama school in Moscow as a girl


art included portrayals of interiors of giant space colonies, based on the work of Gerard O'Neill. He was part of the team of space artists gathered to provide the visual effects for the PBS series ''Cosmos'' by Carl Sagan. Later he painted the cover of Sagan's Pulitzer Prize winning book ''The Dragons of Eden''. Other books by Carl Sagan including Don's work are ''Comet'' and ''Pale Blue Dot''. On June 21, 1996 he was arrested in connection with hacking incidents relating to several


the 1960s in a neighborhood that was undergoing rapid gentrification. Their experiences with school desegregation and racial equality were chronicled in New York Times journalist J. Anthony Lukas’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book ''Common Ground (Common Ground (book))''. This in turn became a 1990 made-for-TV movie of the same name. Common Ground (1990) (TV) Extreme Beer Fest Dogfish Head

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led to unprecedented growth, with over 1,000 students attending his high school ministry alone, believed to be the largest youth ministry in the United States at the time. This growth was accomplished without the use of a dedicated student ministry facility. In 1998, Fields' groundbreaking Gold Medallion-winning book, ''Purpose Driven Youth Ministry'' was published, revolutionizing youth ministries around the world, and led to Fields' unofficial title as the "most famous youth

-winning book ''The Tale of Despereaux'', the Newbery Honor (Newbery Medal) book ''Because of Winn-Dixie'', and the Mercy Watson series, plus numerous other award-winning and honored books. is a traditional console roleplaying game that was released for the Sega Mega Drive (Sega Genesis) in Japan in April 1990

for his development of Self psychology, an influential school of thought within psychodynamic psychoanalytic theory which helped transform the modern practice of analytic and dynamic treatment approaches. '''''The Age of Reform''''' is a 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning book by Richard Hofstadter. It is an American (United States) history that traces events from the Populist Movement (Populism) of the 1890s through the Progressive Era ending with the New Deal

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