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New York Times bestselling author Jan Karon attended first through eighth grades at Hudson School in the historic building now known as the HUB.
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Our meeting took place in May, 1961, during one of the Maestro's stop-overs in New York, before he left for Europe.
After he had spent the first three years in New York as associate conductor, at Toscanini's invitation, of the NBC Orchestra, he made numerous guest appearances throughout the United States and Latin America.
Principal author of `` The Federalist '', he swung New York over from opposition to the Constitution to ratification almost single-handedly.
No Southern novelist has done for Atlanta or Birmingham what Herrick, Dreiser, and Farrell did for Chicago or Dos Passos did for New York.
But hear Harrison E. Salisbury, former Moscow correspondent of The New York Times, and author of `` To Moscow -- And Beyond ''.
Exhibited in shows in London in 1935, and in New York the following year, the new, more elaborated abstracts were much favored in the circles of the modernists as three-dimentional dramas of great intellectual coherence.
In New York he was well received by what was then only a small brave band of non-figurative artists, including Alexander Calder, George K. L. Morris, De Kooning, Holty and a few others.
At the time of his capture Helion had on his person a sketchbook he had bought at Woolworth's in New York.
While convalescing in his Virginia home he wrote a book recording his prison experiences and escape, entitled: They Shall Not Have Me Published originally in ( Helion's ) English by Dutton & Co. of New York, in 1943, the book was received by the press as a work of astonishing literary power and one of the most realistic accounts of World War 2, from the French side.
Between 1944 and 1947 Helion had a series of one-man shows -- at the Paul Rosenberg Gallery in New York and in Paris -- of his new realistic pictures.
The New York Herald Tribune's photographer, Ira Rosenberg, tells an anecdote about the time he wanted to take a picture of Carl playing a guitar.
In answer to a New York Times query on what is fame ( `` Thoughts On Fame '', October 23, 1960 ), Carl said: `` Fame is a figment of a pigment.
`` Well, as a matter of fact, I've looked through back-issue files of New York papers for December, 1957, and haven't found a great deal '' --
When the troupe traveled to New York to participate in a one-act-play competition -- and won -- Mercer, instead of returning with the rest of the company in triumph, remained in New York.
the Honorable Robert Wagner, Sr., at that time a justice of the New York Supreme Court, was on the reception committee.
City editor Victor Watson of the New York American was a man of brooding suspicions and mysterious shifts of mood.
Attorney Shearn had worked on this for two years and had succeeded in getting a report supporting his stand from the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
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Then followed a period in which he wrote reviews for The New York Times Book Review, The Commonweal, Commentary, had a small piece in Partisan Review, and moved on to Hudson, The Village Voice, and Exodus.
Newspaper advertising was mainly concentrated in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal ( Eastern and Midwestern editions ) which averaged two prominent ads per month, and to a lesser degree the New York Herald Tribune and, for the west coast, the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal ( Pacific Coast edition ).
In addition to the regular schedule, advertisements were run for maximum impact in special editions of the New York Times, Boston Herald, American Banker, Electronic News and, for local promotion, the Providence Sunday Journal.
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to pay tribute to a great newspaper, the New York Times, on the occasion of a major change in its top executive command.
I am pleased to note that Mr. Sulzberger will continue to serve as chairman of the board of the New York Times.
Mr. Sulzberger's successor as publisher is Mr. Orvil E. Dryfoos, who is president of the New York Times Co., and who has been with the Times since 1942.
My heartiest congratulations go to their successors, Orvil E. Dryfoos and John B. Oakes, who can be counted upon to sustain the illustrious tradition of the New York Times.
The people of the 17th District of New York, and I as their Representative in Congress, take great pride in the New York Times as one of the great and authoritative newspapers of the world.
After his speech, reporters asked him about the report of his political intentions, published in yesterday's New York Times.
On microfilm, headquarters also has a file of the New York Times from its founding in 1851 to the present day, as well as bound volumes of important periodicals.
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Premiered in 2009 at the Tribeca Film Festival, Transcendent Man documents Kurzweil's quest to reveal mankind's ultimate destiny and explores many of the ideas found in his New York Times bestselling book, The Singularity Is Near, including his concept of exponential growth, radical life expansion, and how we will transcend our biology.
Robert Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. ( born December 14, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois ) is an American conservative magazine editor, New York Times bestselling author, and columnist.
Princeton, Missouri is also mentioned in the New York Times bestselling book, " American Gods ," written by acclaimed author Neil Gaiman.
She is best known for her role as Winnie Cooper in the television show The Wonder Years, and later as the New York Times bestselling author of four popular non-fiction books: Math Doesn't Suck, Kiss My Math, Hot X: Algebra Exposed and Girls Get Curves: Geometry Takes Shape, which encourage middle-school and high-school girls to have confidence and succeed in mathematics.
Sarah Louise " Sadie " Delany ( September 19, 1889 — January 25, 1999 ) was an American educator and civil rights pioneer who was the subject, along with her sister Bessie, of the New York Times bestselling oral history, Having our Say, written by journalist Amy Hill Hearth.
* Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Al Switzler, and Ron McMillan have written two New York Times bestselling books on conversation.
* Laurie Halse Anderson, New York Times bestselling author, graduate of Fayetteville-Manlius High School
Wallace is also the New York Times bestselling author of seven novels and the lyricist of the acclaimed hymn " Mansions of the Lord ", performed as the closing music for President Ronald Reagan's national funeral.
Hannity has written three New York Times – bestselling books: Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty over Liberalism, Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism, and Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama ’ s Radical Agenda.
* Sam Bellamy appears as the main protagonist / hero in the bestselling novel, " Pirate In My Arms ," by author Danelle Harmon, published by Avon Books, New York, NY, 1991.
Patrick Taylor, author of the Irish Country series of novels which have been on the New York Times bestselling book list
Meanwhile, Andy sang backup on many of Kay's recordings through the 1950s, including her Top 40 hit Eloise based on her bestselling book about the mischievous little girl who lives at the Plaza Hotel in New York.
In 2008 she taught a class at the New York Open Center, The Right to Write, named and modeled after one of her bestselling books, which reveals the importance of writing.
Vowell is a New York Times ’ bestselling author of six nonfiction books on American history and culture.
A Cook's Tour: Global Adventures in Extreme Cuisines is a New York Times bestselling book written by chef and author Anthony Bourdain in 2001.
Richard Preston, born August 5, 1954 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U. S., is a New Yorker writer and bestselling author perhaps best known for his books about infectious disease epidemics and bioterrorism, although he has written other non-fiction works.
Reeve is the New York Times bestselling author of The New Jackals ( 1998 ), One Day in September ( 2000 ) and Tropic of Capricorn ( 2007 ).