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* Barbara Younger has written a children's book about the writing of the song: Purple Mountain Majesties: The Story of Katharine Lee Bates and " America the Beautiful ".
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A number of poets belong to both academia and slam: as noted above Jeffrey McDaniel slammed on several poetry slam teams, and has since published several books and currently teaches at Sarah Lawrence College ; Patricia Smith, a four-time national slam champion, went on to win several prestigious literary awards, including being nominated for the 2008 National Book Award, and being inducted into the International Literary Hall of Fame for Writers of African Descent in 2006 ; Bob Holman founded the Nuyorican Poetry Slam has taught for years at the New School, Bard, Columbia and NYU ; Craig Arnold won the Yale Series of Younger Poets Competition and has competed at slams ; Kip Fulbeck, a professor of Art at the University of California, Santa Barbara competed in slam in the early-1990s and initiated the first spoken word course to be taught as part of a college art program's core curriculum ; and poet / academics such as Michael Salinger, Felice Belle, Javon Johnson, Susan B. Anthony Somers-Willett, Robbie Q. Telfer, Phil West, Ragan Fox, and Karyna McGlynn have devoted much attention to the merging of the poetry slam community and the academic community in their respective works.
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Andersson has written the music to songs recorded by Anders Ekborg (" Han Som Har Vunnit Allt ") and Barbara Dickson (" The Day The Wall Came Tumbling Down ").
Over the years, Francis Coppola has given political contributions to several candidates of the Democratic Party, including Mike Thompson, Nancy Pelosi for the U. S. House of Representatives and Barbara Boxer and Alan Cranston for the U. S. Senate.
In an episode of Wings, titled " Ladies Who Lunch ", which originally aired on November 21, 1991, Faye Cochran ( Rebecca Schull ) has a streak of touching every First Lady of the United States from Eleanor Roosevelt to Barbara Bush.
* University of California Santa Barbara has an interdisciplinary graduate program emphasis in Technology & Society through the Center for Information Technology & Society.
The Santa Barbara Student Housing Cooperative has a house named after Steve Biko, themed to provide a safe, respectful space for people of colour.
The song, the rights to which are owned by Nicks ' late mother Barbara, has always been very special to Nicks, and she was devastated when told about the omission after the decision had been made.
As a newer broadcast network, Fox still has a number of low-power television affiliates, covering markets like Youngstown, Ohio ( WYFX ) and Santa Barbara, California ( KKFX ), broadcasting in analog format.
She also has many friends, Boris and Barbara Bear, who first appeared in 1989 and are boyfriend and girlfriend, Poppy Pig, who appeared in 1977, and her niece Grunty, Snuffy, who appeared in 1969, and other bunnies such as Aggie and Melanie.
Susan McHugh, who teaches theories of animals, literature, and culture at the University of New England, wrote in her 2004 book Dog that, " remaining loyal to his unlikely saviours, the boy Bart and his father Homer, this greyhound has prompted satires of contemporary dog culture, from Barbara Woodhouse's authoritarian training methods " Bart's Dog Gets an F " to Lassie's flawless service to the status quo " The Canine Mutiny ".
Ken Curtis, later of Gunsmoke fame and newly married to John Ford's daughter Barbara, has a small role as the accordion player.
Valparaíso has a very mild Mediterranean climate ( Köppen Csb ) closely resembling that of San Francisco or Santa Barbara at a similar latitude in the northern hemisphere.
As Dr. Bock complains of impotence and has thoughts of suicide, he falls for Barbara Drummond ( Diana Rigg ), a patient's daughter who both came from Mexico for her father's treatment.
In the performing lineup are Haven, Barbara Jean, Linnea and her choir, Bill, Mary and Tom, Sueleen, and Winifred who has shown up again hoping for a chance to sing.
Barnett gets upset because Barbara Jean will have to perform in front of a large Walker advertisement, but has to go along with it because his wife's career will be harmed if he pulls her out of the show.
In her book The March of Folly, Barbara Tuchman notes that the earth has been called The Meadow of Atë.
Evidence for a Paleoindian presence has been found in the form of a fluted Clovis-like point found in the 1980s along the western Santa Barbara Coast, as well as the remains of Arlington Springs Man found on Santa Rosa Island in the 1960s.
More recently, the idea has been " borrowed " by Barbara Wallraff for her new book Word Fugitives: In Pursuit of Wanted Words, where " word fugitives " is her term for invented words.
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Grant followed the album with her second Christmas album, Home For Christmas in 1992, which included the song " Breath of Heaven ( Mary's Song )", written by Chris Eaton and Grant, and would later be covered by many artists, including Donna Summer, Jessica Simpson ( who acknowledged Grant as one of her favorite artists ), Vince Gill, Sara Groves, Point of Grace, and Broadway star Barbara Cook.
Vannoccio Biringuccio, born in 1480, was a member of the guild Fraternita di Santa Barbara but broke with the tradition of secrecy by setting down everything he knew in a book titled De la pirotechnia, written in vernacular.
After a stint between 1974 and 1978 as the host of the Thames Television murder-mystery game show Whodunnit !, Pertwee took the starring role in Worzel Gummidge, based on the books written by Barbara Euphan Todd.
In 1927, a forty-three minute truncated version of the play written by Dulcima Glasby was broadcast on the Regional Programme, with Barbara Couper and Ian Fleming.
The Lady Eve is a 1941 American screwball comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, and starring Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda.
The Barber biographies written by Nathan Broder ( 1954 ) and Barbara B. Heyman ( 1992 ) discuss the genesis of the concerto during the period of the violin concerto's commission and subsequent year leading up to the first performance.
The film was written and directed by Woody Allen, who stars along with Mia Farrow as Hannah, Michael Caine as her husband, and Barbara Hershey and Dianne Wiest as her sisters.
While the film version of Valley of the Dolls was being made, actress Barbara Parkins suggested that Warwick be considered to sing the film's theme song, written by songwriting team Andre and Dory Previn.
The gradual evolution of consensus about the meaning of Carl Andre's art can be found in About Carl Andre: Critical Texts Since 1965, published by Ridinghouse in 2008. The most significant essays and exhibition reviews have been collated into one volume, including texts written by some of the most influential art historians and critics: Clement Greenberg, Donald Kuspit, Lucy R. Lippard, Robert C. Morgan, Barbara Rose and Roberta Smith.
A number of longtime characters were written out during this time, including Ben and Eve McFarren, Diane Ballard, Sara McIntyre, Adam Thorpe, Barbara Norris Thorpe, Justin Marler and Steve Jackson ; actress Lenore Kasdorf left the show in 1981, and producers decided not to recast the role of Rita Stapleton Bauer, given how popular Kasdorf had been ; and Bauer family matriarch Bertha " Bert " Bauer died, after Charita Bauer's death in 1985.
is a 1958 film noir written by Nelson Gidding and Don Mankiewicz, produced by Walter Wanger, and directed by Robert Wise, which tells the heavily fictionalized story of a woman, Barbara Graham, convicted of murder and facing execution.
Marie Laveau appears in the Benjamin January historical fiction mystery series, written by Barbara Hambly.
In 1999, BBC produced a four-part miniseries based on the novel with a screenplay written by Andrew Davies ; Wives and Daughters featuring Justine Waddell, Bill Paterson, Francesca Annis, Keeley Hawes, Rosamund Pike, Tom Hollander, Anthony Howell, Michael Gambon, Penelope Wilton, Barbara Flynn, Deborah Findlay, Iain Glen, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, and Ian Carmichael.
At age 18, Copperfield enrolled at Fordham University and was cast in the lead role of the Chicago-based musical The Magic Man ( written by Barbara D ' Amato and directed by Holland, MI's John Tamimi ) three weeks into his freshman year, adopting his new stage name " David Copperfield " from the famous Charles Dickens novel.
The American author Barbara Paul has written several murder mystery novels based on Geraldine Farrar, Enrico Caruso, and the Metropolitan Opera.
One of the older written examples of it can be found in the Combahee River Collective Statement of April 1977, subsequently reprinted in a number of anthologies, and Barbara Smith and the Combahee River Collective have been credited with coining the term ; which they defined as " a politics that grew out of our objective material experiences as Black women.
The local underground caves were used as the filming location for the underworld, ruled by the evil Lady of the Green Kirtle ( played by Barbara Kellerman ), in the 1990 BBC adaptation of The Silver Chair ( one of the Narnia books written by C. S.
The song " Errol Flynn ", written by Amanda McBroom and performed by Barbara Cook on her 1994 album Live from London, contains a reference to Reseda as the hometown of the singer and her actor father.
* The original 1976 version, written by Rodgers, which stars Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster as Ellen and Annabelle.