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Lerner wrote in his autobiography ( as quoted by The New York Times ): " All I can say is that if I had no flair for marriage, I also had no flair for bachelorhood.
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Alan Jay Lerner was educated at Bedales School in England, The Choate School ( now Choate Rosemary Hall ) in Wallingford, Connecticut, ( where he wrote " The Choate Marching Song ") and Harvard.
In that same year Lerner also wrote the Oscar-winning original screenplay for An American in Paris, produced by Arthur Freed and directed by Vincente Minnelli.
" Lerner wrote that this mentality, which frequently leads to accusations that Jews who oppose Israel's policies toward the Palestinians are " self-hating Jews ," is alienating young Jews who " say that they can no longer identify with their Jewishness.
Barry also wrote the scores to a number of musicals, including Passion Flower Hotel ( lyrics by Trevor Peacock ), the successful West End show Billy ( lyrics by Don Black ) and two major Broadway flops, The Little Prince and the Aviator and Lolita, My Love, the latter with Alan Jay Lerner as lyricist.
Additionally, in 1991, Eric J. Lerner, an independent researcher in plasma physics and nuclear fusion, wrote a popular-level book supporting plasma cosmology called The Big Bang Never Happened.
Additionally, in 1991, Eric J. Lerner, an independent researcher in plasma physics and nuclear fusion, wrote a popular-level book supporting plasma cosmology titled The Big Bang Never Happened.
Loewe wrote the music Its lyrics, by Mr. Loewe Lerner wrote the lyrics, never fail to dazzle with their virtuosity and wit.
He also wrote screenplays while in Hollywood, was an editor for Farrar & Rinehart, served on the Dade County, Florida Defense Council, was a director of the Lerner Marine Laboratory, and at one time was an adviser to the chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee for Atomic Energy which led to the creation of the Atomic Energy Commission.
He also wrote the music for the less remembered Broadway shows, Hold On to Your Hats ( 1940 ), Laffing Room Only ( 1944 ), and Carmelina ( 1979 ), the latter with lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, who had also written lyrics to Lane's music for On a Clear Day and the film Royal Wedding ( 1951 ).
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Lerner has been quoted in Jewish Weekly as saying that the nonseminary track is one that " every Chabad rabbi takes, & every ultra-Orthodox rabbi ".
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Loewe retired to Palm Springs, California while Lerner went through a series of musicals, some successful, some not, with such composers as André Previn ( Coco ), John Barry ( Lolita, My Love ), Leonard Bernstein ( 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue ), Burton Lane ( Carmelina ) and Charles Strouse ( Dance a Little Closer, based on the film, Idiot's Delight, nicknamed Close A Little Faster by Broadway wags because it closed on opening night ).
At this time, Lerner was hired by film producer Arthur P. Jacobs to write a treatment for an upcoming film project, Doctor Dolittle, but Lerner abrogated his contract after several non-productive months of non-communicative procrastination and was replaced with Leslie Bricusse.
The reality is that Micheline Musseli Pozzo di Borgo, a French aristocrat who at 20 was France's youngest lawyer ever, brought considerable wealth to her marriage to Lerner and lost most of it through him, including nearly $ 600, 000 from the sale of her Parisian apartment, which Lerner placed in investments that either failed or were looted by him during periods of financial desperation.
Lerner had four children: three daughters, Susan ( by Boyd ), Liza and Jennifer ( by Olson ); and one son, Michael ( by di Borgo ).
It lends its name to the 1960 musical Camelot by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, which is based on T. H. White's literary version of the legend, The Once and Future King.
Following the takeover of English football club Aston Villa by MBNA Chairman Randy Lerner in August 2006 and as of September 19, 2006, General Krulak joined the board of Aston Villa as non-executive director, where he quickly earned the approval of the fans by taking the time to post on various Aston Villa messageboards.
Part of the reason that Hayek stressed the knowledge problem was also because he was mainly concerned with debating the proposal for Market Socialism and the Lange Model by Oskar R. Lange ( 1938 ) and Hayek's student Abba Lerner ( 1934, 1937, 1938 ), which was developed in response to the calculation argument.
On 30 June 2003, Caron traveled to San Francisco to appear as the special guest star in The Songs of Alan Jay Lerner: I Remember It Well, a retrospective concert staged by San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon Company.
Paint Your Wagon is a Broadway musical comedy, with book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe.
" Rock Island " from Meridith Wilson's " The Music Man " is wholly spoken by an ensemble of travelling salesmen, as are most of the numbers for British actor Rex Harrison in the 1964 Lerner and Loewe musical My Fair Lady.
Some enthusiasts go to extremes: Cisco Systems founders Sandra Lerner and Len Bosack created a foundation that bought a Regency-era country house once owned by Jane Austen's brother.
The Just-world phenomenon is the belief that people get what they deserve and deserve what they get, which was first theorized by Melvin Lerner ( 1977 ).
This is the only musical adaptation authorized by Bradbury himself, who turned down Lerner and Loewe in the 1960s when they asked his permission to make a musical based on the novel.
Seven years later, a musical film version with a screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner and a score by Lerner and Frederick Loewe won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
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Born in New York City, he was the son of Edith Adelson Lerner and Joseph Jay Lerner, whose brother, Samuel Alexander Lerner, was founder and owner of the Lerner Stores, a chain of dress shops.
On 27 April 2009, Caron traveled to New York as an honored guest at a tribute to Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe at the Paley Center for Media.
According to Lerner, " he kept the boat from rocking, and Camelot might never have reached New York if it hadn't been for him.
However, Lerner denied that he had based the book on an older story, and, in an explanation published in The New York Times, stated that he didn't learn of the existence of the Germelshausen story until after he had completed the first draft of Brigadoon.
After serving for five years as dean of the graduate school of psychology at the New College of California ( now defunct ) in San Francisco, Lerner and his then-wife Nan Fink created a general-interest intellectual magazine called Tikkun: A Bimonthly Jewish Critique of Politics, Culture and Society.
In February 2007, Lerner published a column entitled " There Is No New Anti-Semitism ," in which he criticized some American Jewish organizations for labeling critics of Israel as antisemites.
Tekserve founders David Lerner and Dick Demenus met at the New York City public FM radio station WBAI in 1970, and with engineer Mike Edl set up shop together late in the decade under the name Current Designs Corporation.
Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, more commonly known as Fritz, met in 1942 at the Lambs Club in New York City where, according to Loewe, he mistakenly took a wrong turn to the men's room and walked past Lerner's table.
Lerner was born in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Blanche and George Lerner, who was a fisherman and antiques dealer .< ref >
* Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor, Best Actor ( Mejor Actor Protagonico ), Daniel Hendler ; Best Director ( Mejor Director ), Daniel Burman ; Best Editing ( Mejor Compaginación ), Alejandro Brodersohn ; Best Film ( Mejor Película ); Best Music ( Mejor Música ), César Lerner ; Best New Actress ( Mejor Revelación Femenina ), Rosita Londner ; Best Screenplay, Original ( Mejor Guión Original de Ficción ), Marcelo Birmajer and Daniel Burman ; Best Supporting Actor ( Mejor Actor de Reparto ), Jorge D ' Elía ; 2005.
Lerner has held senior management positions at QVC, Jones New York, Barneys New York and Bloomingdale's.
Richard Ravitch ( no middle name ) was born July 7, 1933 in New York City, the son of Saul ( d. 1952 ) and Sylvia ( née Lerner, d. 1974 ) Ravitch.