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Charles Krutch

Charles Krutch was a photographer in Tennessee. He was nicknamed the Corot of the South for his soft color work. His work is in a collection at the Museum of Modern Art. Krutch was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. His brother Joseph Krutch became an ...

                                               

Rhys Ernst

Rhys Ernst is an American film producer and director. A trans man, his work explores transgender identity. He is best known for his work on transgender-related television shows, serving as an associate producer on Transparent and the director of ...

                                               

Richard Currey

Richard Currey is an American author born in West Virginia. He is known for his writing of the Vietnam era and of West Virginia. He is the recipient of two NEA fellowships.

                                               

Statue of Jerry Richardson

A statue of Jerry Richardson was installed outside Charlotte, North Carolinas Bank of America Stadium in 2016. Richardson, the former owner of the National Football Leagues Carolina Panthers, was involved in a controversy involving allegedly raci ...

                                               

Lukas Birk

Lukas Birk is an Austrian photographer, archivist, and publisher. He is known for a visual archive work in Myanmar and research on Box Camera photography in Afghanistan. Birk has worked on photographic projects, films and visual research in China ...

                                               

Statue of Caesar Rodney (Wilmington, Delaware)

A statue of Caesar Rodney is installed in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. The statue was erected in Rodney Square in downtown Wilmington on July 4, 1923 and it was designed by New York sculptor James Edward Kelly and the Gorham Company in Rh ...

                                               

Saint Sebastian Thrown into the Cloaca Maxima

Saint Sebastian Thrown into the Cloaca Maxima is a 1612 oil on canvas painting by Ludovico Carracci, now in the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, which acquired it in 1971. A preparatory drawing survives in the Louvre. It was commissioned by Maffeo Ba ...

                                               

College of Letters and Science

College of Letters and Science is an alternate name for College of Arts and Sciences at various universities. Institutions known as a College of Letters and Science include the following: Arizona State University School of Letters and Sciences Un ...

                                               

Living (film)

Living is a 2012 Russian drama film directed by Vasily Sigarev. The film premiered at the 2012 International Film Festival Rotterdam.

                                               

Tonko House

Tonko House LLC is an independent animation studio located in Berkley, California, founded in July 2014 by former Pixar art directors, Robert Kondo and Daisuke Tsutsumi. The company is best known for its first animated Oscar nominated short film, ...

                                               

Fanboy (disambiguation)

A fanboy is a person considered to belong to one or more fandoms to a point of obsession. Fanboy or fanboys may also refer to: Fan Boy, a character from the X-Statix comic book series Fanboy, a 1973 magazine created by the cartoonists Jay Lynch a ...

                                               

The Kids Are Alright (album)

The Kids Are Alright is the debut studio album by American R&B duo Chloe x Halle. It was released on March 23, 2018, by Beyonces record label Parkwood Entertainment. The album features guest collaborations from rappers GoldLink, Kari Faux and ...

                                               

GO Morgen Danmark

Go Morgen Danmark is a Danish morning television show which airs on TV 2. The program airs live from Copenhagens Central Station, with occasional segments recorded at Tivoli. It is currently hosted by Mikkel Kryger, Ida Wohlert, Adam Duvå Hall, L ...

                                               

The Curse of the Monkeybird

Curse of the Monkeybird is the first short of the animated television series Looney Tunes Cartoons and the first short produced for the series. It originally released at Annecy in June 2019. The film was added to the list of Best Animated Short F ...

                                               

Hollywood Theatre

Hollywood Theatre or Hollywood Theater may refer to: Hollywood Theatre Portland, Oregon, NRHP-listed Hollywood Theater Leavenworth, Kansas, listed on the NRHP in Leavenworth County Hollywood Theater Minneapolis, Minnesota, listed on the U.S. Nati ...

                                               

Samuel Gallu

Samuel Gallu was an American writer and producer and director of film and television. He is also sometimes credited as Sam Gallu.

                                               

Embassy of the Philippines, Mexico City

The Embassy of the Philippines in Mexico City is the diplomatic mission of the Republic of the Philippines to the United Mexican States. It is currently located at Avenida Thiers 111 in Colonia Anzures, part of the alcaldia of Miguel Hidalgo in n ...

                                               

Chattanooga Film Festival

The Chattanooga Film Festival originated in February 2009 as a film club in Chattanooga, Tennessee known as Mise En Scenesters. The organizers of the club launched a Halloween event known as the Frightening Ass Film Festival, which led to the cre ...

                                               

Game Face (game show)

Unfiltered is an American game show that premiered on Nickelodeon on July 11, 2020. The series is hosted by Jay Pharoah, with panelists Darci Lynne, Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, and Lex Lumpkin.

                                               

Ice Road Truckers (season 8)

This is a list of Ice Road Truckers Season 8 episodes. This season all drivers from season 7 return to Winnipeg, and the same companies, Polar and VP Express, are shown. This is also the first season in which the program is a US / Canadian co-pro ...

                                               

Eagle Scout Peak

Eagle Scout Peak is a 12.005-foot mountain on the Great Western Divide of the southern Sierra Nevada. The mountain is located in the backcountry of Sequoia National Park. The mountain sits immediately to the south of Kaweah Gap along the main cre ...

                                               

Michael Spafford

Michael Charles Spafford is an American artist known for his archetypal, figurative oil paintings drawn from Classical mythology. Spafford taught painting at the University of Washington, Seattle until his retirement in 1994.

                                               

Bergamot

Monarda fistulosa, called wild bergamot or bee balm Monarda didyma, called bergamot, scarlet beebalm, scarlet monarda, Oswego tea, or crimson beebalm Bergamot essential oil Bergamot orange Monarda, genus of herbs of similar odor to the bergamot o ...

                                               

You Dont Nomi

You Dont Nomi is a 2019 American documentary film that discovers the history of the 1995 erotic drama film Showgirls. The documentary is directed by Jeffrey McHale and it features the original cast of the film. It premiered on 27 April 2019 at th ...

                                               

Peter Hill (clockmaker)

Peter Hill was an American clockmaker. Hill, a former enslaved person, was the first African American clockmaker and the only African American clockmaker working during the late 18th century and early 19th century.

                                               

Margaret Santiago

Margaret Santiago was an American museum registrar. Santiago, who worked at the National Museum of Natural History, was the first African-American to work as a registrar for a major scientific museum.

                                               

James M. Baxter Terrace Housing Projects

The James M. Baxter Terrace Housing Projects was a public housing facility in Newark, New Jersey. Named after James M. Baxter, it was opened in 1941. It was closed and demolished in 2009 due to social and financial neglect. The housing was replac ...

                                               

Manassa Thomas Pope

Manassa Thomas Pope was an American doctor and businessman who lived in Raleigh, North Carolina. He had mixed heritage on both parents sides. His home in Raleigh is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. He was a candidate for mayor ...

                                               

Lee sisters

The Lee sisters are the seven daughters of Robert and Alversa Williams Lee. Their mothers father, Dennis Williams, was born into slavery in Lauderdale County, Tennessee. At the time, Memphis was segregated, and young people were losing. The eldes ...

                                               

Pallavaram–Kundrathur–Poonamallee Road

Pallavaram-Kundrathur-Poonamallee Road or State Highway 113A is an arterial road in Chennai City connecting Grand Southern Trunk Road in Pallavaram with Trunk Road in Kumananchavadi in Poonamallee running for a length of 13 kilometres. The road i ...

                                               

Hay Creek

Hay Creek, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Wisconsin, United States Hay Creek Township, Goodhue County, Minnesota, a township in Minnesota, United States Hay Creek Township, Burleigh County, North Dakota, a township in North Dakota, Uni ...

                                               

My Hands (Running Touch song)

My Hands is a song by Australian singer, songwriter and record producer, Running Touch.It was released on 12 July 2018. The song was certified gold in Australia in August 2019. "This is my first collaborative project in production" speaking on co ...

                                               

Ballz (mobile game)

In the start of the game, a player is introduced with a single ball at the bottom of the screen and square blocks with associated numbers near the top of the screen. Then the player can use their finger to pull back and release the balls at a des ...

                                               

Great Naval Battles: Guadalcanal 1942-1943

Computer Gaming World in July 1994 rated Great Naval Battles Vol. 2, Guadalcanal 2.5 stars out of five. The reviewer praised the "simply superb" graphics and ability to automate or manually control systems. He criticized the inadequate documentat ...

                                               

Brayton Homestead

The Brayton Homestead is a historic house at 159 Brayton Avenue in Somerset, Massachusetts. Built about 1796, it is one of Somersets oldest surviving houses, and a rare local example of Georgian/Federal residential architecture. It was built by J ...

                                               

Gamak Ghar

Gamak Ghar is a 2019 Indian Maithili-language feature film written, edited, produced, and directed by Achal Mishra. The film premiered at 21st MAMI Mumbai Film Festival 2019, where it won the inaugural Manish Acharya Award for New Voices in India ...

                                               

Aberdeen Guild Street railway station

Aberdeen Guild Street railway station was the former terminus of the Aberdeen Railway. This station opened to passengers on 2 August 1854 as the new terminus of the Aberdeen Railway, replacing the former temporary terminus at Ferryhill. It also s ...

                                               

Simmons House

Simmons House may refer to: Simmons House Magnolia, Mississippi, Magnolia, MS, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Simmons House Cave Spring, Georgia, Cave Spring, GA, listed on the NRHP in Georgia Simmons-Cullars House, Lincolnton, GA, listed on t ...

                                               

Day House

Day House may refer to: C. C. Day House, Aberdeen, MS, listed on the NRHP in Mississippi Day-Vandevander Mill, Harmon, WV, listed on the NRHP in West Virginia Edwin and Hattie Day House, Ballinger, TX, listed on the NRHP in Texas Josiah Day House ...

                                               

Griffith House

Griffith House or Griffiths House may refer to: Robert G. Griffith Sr. House, Summit, Alabama, listed on the NRHP in Alabama Griffith House Aberdeen, Maryland, listed on the NRHP in Maryland Griffith-Franklin House, Calhoun, Kentucky, listed on t ...

                                               

Watkins House

Watkins House Minden, Louisiana, NRHP-listed in Louisiana Dunn-Watkins House, Lancaster, Kentucky, NRHP-listed in Kentucky Albert Watkins House, Lincoln, Nebraska, NRHP-listed in Nebraska Watkins House and Cabins, South Casco, Maine, NRHP-listed ...

                                               

Norton House

Norton House may refer to: in England Norton House Somerset, now-demolished Georgian mansion in Midsomer Norton, Somerset. in United States Norton, Charles Henry and Charlotte, House, Avoca, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Iowa Clark-Norton House, Gr ...

                                               

Gerhard Heimann (politician)

Gerhard Heimann was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party and former member of the German Bundestag.

                                               

2010 New Mexico elections

A general election was held in the U.S. state of New Mexico on November 2, 2010. All of New Mexicos executive officers were up for election as well all of New Mexicos three seats in the United States House of Representatives. Primary elections we ...

                                               

McConnell House

McConnell House can refer to: in the United States sorted by state, then city/town McConnell House, Law Office, and Slave Quarters, Wurtland, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Greenup County Clark-McConnell House, Grants Pass, Oregon, listed on the ...

                                               

Case House

Case House may refer to: C.B. Case Motor Co. Building, Mountain View, Arkansas, NRHP-listed Lloyd Case House, Honolulu, Hawaii, NRHP-listed Case Farmstead, Pattenburg, New Jersey, NRHP-listed J. I. Case Plow Works Building, Oklahoma City, Oklahom ...

                                               

1954 Iowa Senate election

The 1954 Iowa State Senate elections took place as part of the biennial 1954 United States elections. Iowa voters elected state senators in 21 of the state senates 50 districts. State senators serve four-year terms in the Iowa State Senate. A sta ...

                                               

Stevenson House

Stevenson House may refer to: Stevenson House New Bern, North Carolina, in Craven County, NRHP-listed Samuel A. and Margaret Stevenson House, Des Moines, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Polk County, Iowa Stevenson House Hammond, Louisiana, listed on ...

                                               

Octagon barn

Rodman Octagonal Barn, Edgeley, North Dakota, NRHP James Wimer Octagonal Barn, Lookingglass, Oregon, NRHP Thumb Octagon Barn, Gagetown, Michigan Rankin Octagonal Barn, Silverton, West Virginia, NRHP Baker Octagon Barn, Richfield Springs, New York ...

                                               

Reeves House

Reeves House may refer to: Reeves-Womack House, Caldwell, TX, listed on the NRHP in Texas Reeves House Highland Park, California, listed as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument Jane Ross Reeves Octagon House, Shirley, IN, listed on the NRHP i ...