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important book

Seattle Times review of ''Half the Sky'', September 13, 2009 . In CounterPunch, Charles R. Larson declared: "''Half the Sky'' is the most important book that I have read since Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, published in 1962. I am not alone in saying that this is the most significant book that I have ever reviewed." CounterPunch review of ''Half the Sky'', September 25, 2009. On 8 May Dr


attacks record

considering ISP service to FLL Spirit Airlines Attacks Record Fuel Prices Delta Express, which offered non-stop flights to Orlando (Orlando, Florida) and Fort Lauderdale, discontinued service at MacArthur Airport in 2003, after experiencing a decline in passenger traffic. Delta Connection to and from Atlanta ended on May 1, 2008 following a mid-April announcement that Delta Air Lines


popular news

became involved with the new medium of television in 1953. Al Stone, formerly of WGAR (WHKW#WGAR (AM)) in Cleveland, Ohio, hosted an American Bandstand-like dance show for local teens. Carroll Godwin hosted a local daytime talk show in the 1960s. Loraine (Rainee) Evans hosted the popular children's program ''The Happy Raine Show''. Ken Clyce was another popular news announcer. * Charleston (Charleston, South Carolina) (Charleston International Airport) * Cleveland


show originating

adult contemporary station WMGF phasing in more hot AC content, causing WMGF to decline in the ratings. WOMX-FM is the oldest hot adult contemporary in Florida under CBS Radio ownership, while CBS Radio's other hot ACs in Tampa (WSJT) & West Palm Beach (WPBZ) had the format since 2010 (2010 in radio) & 2011 (2011 in radio), respectively. '''ON-AIR LINEUP''': WZNE serves as the Rochester affiliate of ''Rover's Morning Glory'', a morning show

originating from Cleveland, Ohio rock station WMMS (100.7&nbsp;FM "The&nbsp;Buzzard") The Show Airs Monday-Friday from 6a-11a Nik Rivers: Mid Days (11a-3pm) - Includes a daily 1990's themed segment called the "90's @ noon". Judge Battisti's career featured groundbreaking&mdash;and sometimes controversial&mdash;rulings, notably his finding in 1976 that the Cleveland public school system was guilty of racial segregation.<


acting appearance

Civil War) Union and border states (Border states (Civil War)). In January, he played the title role (Richard III of England) in ''Richard III (Richard III (play))'' in St. Louis and then made his Chicago debut. In March, he made his first acting appearance in New York City. Kimmel, pp. 166–167. In May 1862, he made his Boston debut, playing nightly at the Boston Museum (Boston Museum (theatre)) in ''Richard III'' (May 12, 15, and 23), ''Romeo and Juliet


published songs

of Jacob S. and Fanny Rosenberg. Jacob was a butcher who published songs. While in his twenties, Samuel migrated to New York City and found employment reading plays for a producer on Broadway (Broadway theatre). He collaborated with Jerome Weidman on a play in 1936. Subsequently, his pattern-recognition ability led to his becoming a photographer and photograph analyst for the O.S.S. (Office of Strategic Services) during World War II. *In 1933, 25% of all workers and 37% of all nonfarm workers were unemployed. Great Depression, The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics *In Cleveland, the unemployment rate was 50%; in Toledo, Ohio, 80%. Overproduction of Goods, Unequal Distribution of Wealth, High Unemployment, and Massive Poverty, From: President’s Economic Council *One Soviet trading corporation in New York averaged 350 applications a day from Americans seeking jobs in the Soviet Union. A reign of rural terror, a world away, U.S. News, June 22, 2003 Service history ''Dorothea'' put to sea from Philadelphia on 14 June 1898 and patrolled from Key West, Florida, to Havana, Cuba, until returning to Hampton Roads on 28 August. She was placed out of commission on 20 September and remained at Norfolk Navy Yard until January 1900, when she was taken to League Island. There she was briefly in commission from 1-24 October. In May 1901, she was loaned to the Illinois Naval Militia and was taken through the St. Lawrence River to Chicago. In 1909, she was transferred to the Ohio Naval Militia and was based at Cleveland. She was placed in full commission there on 20 April 1917 following American entry into World War I and sailed on 2 July for duty on the East Coast. The ship's company of ''Dorothea'' was the first Ohio National Guard (Ohio Naval Militia) unit activated for service in the First World War. Cole, Ralph D and Howells, W.C. ''The 37th Division in the World War''. Columbus, OH 1926. The '''Great Lakes Science Center''' is a museum (science museum) and educational facility in downtown (Downtown Cleveland) Cleveland, Ohio, United States. The last tune recorded was "Tequila", essentially just a jam by the Flores Trio. There were three takes, and Danny Flores, who wrote the song, was also the man who actually spoke the word "Tequila!". Flores also played the trademark "dirty sax" solo. http: www.spectropop.com remembers DannyFlores.htm The song served as the B-side (A-side and B-side) for "Train to Nowhere", which was released by Challenge Records on January 15, 1958. Duvall recalls that the record initially found little success, but, after a DJ in Cleveland played the B-side, "Tequila" skyrocketed up the charts, reaching #1 on the Billboard (Billboard Magazine) chart on March 28, 1958. * Grimm - Afternoon and evening jock. Moved to Monday-Friday 3 pm - 7 pm slot when Alan Cox's show was moved to the mornings in 2004 and stayed in this time slot until August 2008. Worked with Pittsburgh Penguins Radio on 105.9 HD2 as producer co-host of "Penguins Live." (daily 9:00 am – 11:30 am with Pittsburgh native Steve Mears hosting). Also worked doing weekends at 93.7 The Fan and now is on-air at 100.7 Star. * Max Logan (aka Maxwell) - Real name Benjamin Bornstein. Afternoon jock until 1997. Formerly heard on WMMS (and later WNCX) in Cleveland as host of ''The Maxwell Show''. Ironically, Alan Cox took over the afternoon drive shifts previously occupied by Max at both WXDX-FM in 1999 and at WMMS in Cleveland in 2009. WikiPedia:Cleveland Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Localities C Cleveland commons:Cleveland


prominent television

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exceptional success

the Presidential Medal of Freedom during a ceremony in the White House Rose Garden, calling her the "woman of the year" Biography Newberry was born


film deep

"many X-rated films" under pseudonyms, learning his directing craft. http: www.radfordreviews.com cgi-bin rview.cgi?rm mode2&type article&name ALookInsideDeepThroat While his role in Deep Throat (Deep Throat (film)) is undisclosed, most of his early known work involved writing, film editing or both. In 1972 Wes Craven directed his first feature film The Last House on the Left (The Last House on the Left (1972 film)). In 1990 Daltrey was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio as a member of The Who. WikiPedia:Cleveland Dmoz:Regional North America United States Ohio Localities C Cleveland commons:Cleveland


original school

is popular in the Ottawa Valley and Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario) area. In 1941 Rabbi moved to Waterbury, Connecticut and assumed a rabbinic pulpit in that community. In 1944 Rabbi Gifter was called to moved to Cleveland, Ohio to join the faculty of his alma mater, the newly re-established Rabbinical College of Telshe, which was moved from Telshe, Lithuania to Cleveland. The original school and Telshe community were almost completely destroyed by the Nazis and Lithuanian

Cleveland

'''Cleveland'''

As of the 2013 Census Estimate (United States Census Bureau), the city proper had a total population of 390,113, making Cleveland the 48th largest city (List of United States cities by population) in the United States, and the second largest city in Ohio (List of cities in Ohio) after Columbus (Columbus, Ohio). Cleveland is part of the larger Cleveland-Akron-Canton, OH Combined Statistical Area (Combined Statistical Area), which in 2013 had a population of 3,501,538, and ranked as the country's 15th largest CSA (Table of United States Combined Statistical Areas).

Residents of Cleveland are called "Clevelanders (List of people from Cleveland, Ohio)". Nicknames for the city include "The Forest City", "Metropolis of the Western Reserve (Connecticut Western Reserve)", "The Rock and Roll Capital of the World", "C-Town", and the more historical "Sixth City" (at its peak in the 1950s, Cleveland was actually the fifth most populous U.S. city). Due to its proximity to Lake Erie, the Cleveland area is often referred to locally as "The North Coast".

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