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* " Snatched Up and Sold Into Slavery: The Story of Solomon Northup ", US Trek, Odyssey ( complements history curriculum for junior high and high school students )
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Dabney Coleman, playing Logan's boss Lt. Stolper, later appeared in a 2009 " Law & Order: Special Victims Unit " episode, " Snatched ", as Frank Hager, a career criminal.
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* Snatched by the Gods, a libretto based on Tagore for an opera by Param Vir ( Novello, London, 1992 )
His works include Horse Tooth White Rock ( 1994 ) and the operas Snatched by the Gods and Broken Strings ( a double bill commissioned for the Munich Biennale of 1992 ), and Ion, given at the Aldeburgh Festival in 2000.
Up and Into
Artists and songs covered included " Into The Groove " by Madonna, " Message in a Bottle " by The Police, " Gloria " by Laura Branigan, " Hip Hop Hooray " by Naughty by Nature, " Friday I'm in Love " by The Cure, " Livin ' on a Prayer " by Bon Jovi, " Physical " by Olivia Newton-John, " Heaven Is A Place On Earth " by Belinda Carlisle, " Everybody Have Fun Tonight " by Wang Chung, " All Fired Up " by Pat Benatar, " Workin ' Overtime " by Diana Ross, " The Promise of a New Day " by Paula Abdul, " Pump up the Jam " by Technotronic, " Motownphilly " by Boyz II Men, " I Have Nothing " by Whitney Houston and " Breakaway " by Tracey Ullman in addition to hundreds of other songs over the entire run.
* " Open Up The Golden Gates To Dixieland And Let Me Into Paradise " w. Jack Yellen m. Gus Van & Joe Schenck
An exception to this was during mid 2007, with their inclusion of the previously unreleased song " Into Yesterday " on the Surf's Up movie soundtrack, and a brief tour in Asia in August 2007 where they headlined SingFest, Singapore's first international music festival.
Into 2008, a Wake Up Woolworths campaign, largely funded by the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union, was pushing Woolworths to sever its relationship with Asia Pulp & Paper over claims of deforestation of Indonesian rainforests.
Speak gained critical acclaim for its portrayal of the trauma caused by rape .< ref name =" literature criticism online "> Barbara Tannert-Smith, author of " Like Falling Up Into a Storybook: Trauma and Intertextual Repetition in Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak.
The first was released on New Alliance Records in 1986, and consisted of three tracks: " Into the Groove ( y )" ( a cover of Madonna's hit " Into the Groove ", incorporating snippets of her recording ) and the short " Tuff Titty Rap " on the A side ( both performed by the Sonic Youth members ), and " Burnin ' Up " ( performed by Watt with additional guitars by Greg Ginn ) on the B side.
It was rumored they were going to cover every song from The Beatles ' White Album, but actually only recorded three cover songs by other artists: " Addicted to Love " by Robert Palmer ( recorded in a karaoke booth ), and " Burnin ' Up " and " Into the Groove " by Madonna.
* Don ’ t Give Up & Die, Don ’ t Push Me Into the Blackness, No, Life Is Impossible, We Agree, Stay With Me in Hiding, Exile Together Is Better than Death, They Won ’ t Find Us, They Won ’ t Mock at You Again, They Won ’ t Kick Me Again, We ’ ll Float Above Them, We ’ ll Feed Each Other with Fruits They Don ’ t Know How to Find, We Won ’ t Speak Their Language Anymore, Our Lungs Will Fill with Light ( ML Press, 2008 )
In 1986 she released four solo singles (" You've Got Me Keyed Up ", " Into The Night ", " Dancing On The Moon " and " Don't Treat Me Like This "), as well as a solo album ( The Girl In Black ).
Up and Slavery
In addition to his contributions in education, Washington wrote 14 books ; his autobiography, Up From Slavery, first published in 1901, is still widely read today.
In his autobiography Up From Slavery, he gave all three of his wives credit for their contributions at Tuskegee.
When Washington's autobiography, Up From Slavery, was published in 1901, it became a bestseller and had a major impact on the African American community, its friends and allies.
* Brundage, W. Fitzhugh, ed Booker T. Washington and Black Progress: Up from Slavery 100 Years Later ( 2003 ).
" It is reported that after reading Booker T. Washington's Up From Slavery, James E. Davis began a program of Winn-Dixie supporting historically Black colleges and universities.
Dube was particularly influenced by reading Washington's Up From Slavery, a book on self-reliance, the gospel that was taught by the American sage Ralph Waldo Emerson.
One of the earliest and most frequently cited is that of Booker T. Washington, who wrote, in his 1901 autobiography, Up from Slavery:
Up from Slavery is the 1902 autobiography of Booker T. Washington detailing his work to rise from the position of a slave child during the Civil War, to the difficulties and obstacles he overcame to get an education at the new Hampton University, to his work establishing vocational schools — most notably the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama — to help black people and other disadvantaged minorities learn useful, marketable skills and work to pull themselves, as a race, up by the bootstraps.
Up from Slavery chronicles over fifty years of Washington ’ s life: from slave to schoolmaster to the face of southern race relations.
April 1, 1901, The Washington Post describes Up From Slavery quite plainly: Washington ’ s book is full of practical wisdom and sound common sense.
Nearly 100 years after the publication of Up from Slavery, some critics refuse to see this text as anything more than egotism:
I imagine there was titillation involved, too: ‘ Tell us what it's like to be a slave .’ The same continued into the 20th century: ‘ Tell us what it's like to be a Negro .’ ‘ Up From Slavery ,’ by Booker T. Washington, arrived on the scene, but Richard Wright's " Black Boy " really did the trick.
Since publishing, Up From Slavery paints Booker T. Washington as both an “ accommodationist and calculating realist seeking to carve out a viable strategy for black struggle amidst the nadir of race relations in the United States .” While more contemporary ideas of black civil rights call for a more provocative approach, Washington was certainly a major figure in his time.
Up and Story
Some examples of the screwball comedy are: It Happened One Night ( 1934 ), Bringing Up Baby ( 1938 ), Philadelphia Story ( 1940 ), His Girl Friday ( 1940 ), and more recently What's Up, Doc?
Along with Last Train from Berlin, he wrote three other books, The Population Explosion ( 1960 ), the children's book Washington, D. C .: The Story of our Nation's Capital ( 1967 ), and a memoir Events Leading Up to My Death: The Life of a Twentieth-Century Reporter ( 1996 ).
The film, Stand Up for Justice: The Ralph Lazo Story, from Visual Communications, documents his life story, particularly his stand against the incarceration.
* South Korean — Elizabeth: " Ppappa Pierrot " ( 2011 ); JYJ: " Pierrot ", from Their Rooms " Our Story " ( 2011 ); Lee Hyun Do: " Pierrot " ( 1999 ; featured in music video game Pump It Up ); Maximum Crew: Pierrot ( 2009 ); Outsider: " Pierrot's Tear ", from Vol. 2 Maestro ( 2009 ), " Pierrot's Tear II ", from Vol. 2. 5 The Outsider ( 2010 ), " Pierrot's Tear III ", from Vol. 3 Hero ( 2010 )
Animated films can be nominated for other categories but have rarely been so: Beauty and the Beast ( 1991 ), Up ( 2009 ) and Toy Story 3 ( 2010 ) are the only animated films ever to be nominated for Best Picture, while Waltz with Bashir ( 2008 ) is the only animated picture ever nominated for Best Foreign Language Film ( though it failed to earn a nomination in the Best Animated Feature category ).
Bringing Up Baby was the second of four films starring Grant and Hepburn, the others being Sylvia Scarlett ( 1935 ), Holiday ( 1938 ), and The Philadelphia Story ( 1940 ), the last three of which belong to a sub-genre of screwball comedy called the comedy of remarriage described by the philosopher Stanley Cavell as Hollywood's crowning achievement.
Pixar's string of critical and box-office successes continued with Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up and Toy Story 3 all receiving rave reviews, earning huge profits, winning awards, and overshadowing Disney's in-house offerings until Cars 2 in 2011 ended the streak when it proved a critical and relative commercial disappointment.
Biz Markie's playlist includes the following: " Children's Story " by Slick Rick, " Rapper's Delight " by The Sugarhill Gang, " Billie Jean " by Michael Jackson, " Holiday " by Madonna, " Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go " by Wham !, " It Takes Two " by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock, " The Breaks " by Kurtis Blow and " Robot Rock " by Daft Punk.
In March 2010, his life was dramatized in a two-part Canadian Broadcasting Corporation made-for-television movie, Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story, based on a script written by his son, Timothy Cherry.
* Jacked Up: The Inside Story of how Jack Welch Talked GE into Becoming the World's Greatest Company by Bill Lane-McGraw Hill ( 2008 ), ( ISBN 978-0-07-154410-8 )
* Tom Myers-Sound Designer-Toy Story 2, The Dust Factory, Cars, Toy Story 3, Cars 2 ; Re-recording mixer / Supervising Sound Editor, Up, Toy Story 3, Cars 2
* Michael Semanick-Re-recording mixer-The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, King Kong, Ratatouille, WALL · E, Up, Toy Story 3, Cars 2
In the documentary Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman, Jack Larson described how when he first met Reeves he told him that he enjoyed his performance in So Proudly We Hail!
In the documentary Look, Up in the Sky: The Amazing Story of Superman, Neill remembered that Reeves was excited to go back to work.
Nelson wrapped up the 1990s with another urban gangster thriller, Light It Up ( film ) ( 1999 ), which featured an ensemble cast including R & B singer / actor Usher Raymond ( in his first leading role ), Rosario Dawson, Forest Whitaker, and Vanessa L. Williams ; he also played Alan Freed in the latter's life story, Mr. Rock ' N ' Roll: The Alan Freed Story ( 1999 ) opposite Mädchen Amick and Paula Abdul.
In early 1987, Lock Up signed a production deal with Third Story Music, which was the company associated with Herb Cohen, by Evan Cohen, who later ran Manifesto Records.