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Arthur Ashe: Young Tennis Backer (Childhood of Famous Americans)

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Childhood of Famous Americans

One of the most popular series ever published for young Americans, these classics have been praised alike by parents, teachers, and librarians. With these lively, inspiring, fictionalized biographies -- easily read by children of eight and up -- today's youngster is swept right into history.

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Theater comment on: 'Camelot' shines at Ohio Shakespeare Festival 12/08/17, via Akron Beacon Journal

It's fascinating to on one's guard for Guenevere's evolution from young girl wanting to escape marriage in The Simple Joys of Maidenhood to a woman who has just fallen helplessly in affection in Before I Gaze at You Again. Under the direction of Terry Burgler, OSF

James Arthur's audition - Tulisa's Young - The X Factor UK 2012

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August Wilson and the long awaited triumph of “Fences”

Surely, Wilson would appreciate the extraordinary ensemble acting and faithfulness to his screenplay, which he’d closely based on his stage drama “Fences. ” And certainly the prolific and lionized author, who died of cancer at 60 in 2005, would be relieved to see his potent script reach the Cineplex at all — nearly 30 years after he sold the screen rights to a major Hollywood studio. First a few words about August. One quickly discovered August was, like many of his protagonists, a riffing jazz and blues connoisseur whose instrument was conversation. He was also an activist, volubly urging more support for black theater companies (though his own works mostly originated in white-run theaters), and given to provocative declarations — most controversially, that African-American actors should only... It would go on to New York and win a double-whammy Pulitzer Prize for drama and a best play Tony Award, the second of his plays to reach Broadway (after his breakthrough 1920s blues drama “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”), and the third entry in his... “Fences” impressed me as a rough-hewn family study very much in the tradition of Arthur Miller’s seminal working-stiff tragedy from the late 1940s, “Death of a Salesman,” a prototype for many searing domestic dramas to follow. In Wilson’s script, set in the 1950s, here is another thwarted father taking out his own failures on a son and abusing the love of his loyal, patient wife. (The latter role was first performed by Mary Alice, and in the movie is played by Davis. ) Here is another unfulfilled American dreamer, another frustrated, aging “untermensch” who swears he could have been a contender. But of course, there were glaring differences between Troy and Willy — racially, culturally and historically. Troy is an African-American, enraged at an oppressive system that essentially barred blacks from competing in major league sports until the 1940s and ’50s. He deeply resented, too, how racism had trapped him for years in a low-rung job emptying... And even more than the garrulous salesman Willy Loman, Troy was a talker — a yarn-spinner, a fabulist, a bullshitter and truth-teller. in cadence and sensibility it was at once poetic and pithy, steeped in blues and Afro-urban folklore, blunt and allusive, grand and gritty, self-conscious and organic. It was not the theatrical parlance of James Baldwin or Lorraine Hansberry, major writers whose earlier plays introduced important black voices and visions to Broadway. It was full of artifice and candor, and entirely Wilson’s own. The sparring and rhapsodizing between characters, I later learned, were creations of a self-taught writer who dropped out of high school but read voraciously and listened (just as voraciously) to older men hold court in the bars and on the front... By the late 1980s, the film industry was looking less and less to Broadway for material to adapt. But with its rich characters and flush of media attention and honors, it seemed a good bet that a movie version of “Fences” would soon emerge. It would be the first full-length record of a Wilson work, capturing what his widow and literary executor, costume designer Constanza Romero, now calls “one of August’s most accessible, most beloved plays. ” There was never much doubt “Fences” would have a fruitful, vivid life in the theater. I’ve seen four or five productions — recently, the splendid Tony-winning Broadway.

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Crowned head Arthur: The Young Warlord

In this abridged compilation of the everyday British television series "Arthur of the Britons" (1972-73) , the romanticized notion of Camelot is stripped away in the portrayal of a young Arthur (Oliver Tobias) and his struggles to link the various scattered tribes of Britain's Dark Ages against the growing number of Saxon invaders. The legend of the future monarch is depicted with attention to...

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'Arthur and Sherlock:' the city and the genius that made Sherlock Holmes real - 01/27/17, via Herald Times

Or that Conan Doyle’s godfather “spent the sweltering summer days in his shirtsleeves” when young Arthur visited him in Paris. Or even that, “Ambition and artistry were in the very air of Edinburgh,” frosted a few pages later with “Scholarship ...

In ‘The Salesman,’ echoes of Arthur Miller in Tehran - 01/28/17, via

Turned out from their apartment, a friend finds them a new one where one room is still filled with the possessions of the previous tenant, a young woman. Both Emad (a teacher) and Rana are starring in a production of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a ...

Connecticut Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters to bestow Arthur Director Memorial Award upon son - 01/27/17, via The Middletown Press

Arthur Director was involved in many high-profile Middletown ... Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor qualifications include a strong desire to influence the life of a young person, a willingness to spend at least six to 10 hours a month with a child ...


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Charging Bull - New York City
Charging Bull - New York City
Charging Bull, which is sometimes referred to as the Wall Street Bull or the Bowling Green Bull, is a bronze sculpture, originally guerilla art, by Arturo Di Modica that stands in Bowling Green Park in the Financial District in Manhattan, New York City. Description The 3,200-kilogram (7,100 lb) sculpture stands 11 feet (3.4 m) tall and measures 16 feet (4.9 m) long. The oversize sculpture depicts a bull, the symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge. The sculpture is both a popular tourist destination which draws thousands of people a day, as well as "one of the most iconic images of New York" and a "Wall Street icon" symbolizing Wall Street and the Financial District. In Outdoor Monuments of Manhattan: A Historical Guide, Dianne Durante describes the sculpture: The Bull‍ '​s head is lowered, its nostrils flare, and its wickedly long, sharp horns are ready to gore;...
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That Was the Year That Was - 1968
That Was the Year That Was - 1968
The world would never be the same again It was a year of seismic social and political change across the globe. From the burgeoning anti-Vietnam war and civil rights movements in the United States, protests and revolutions in Europe and the first comprehensive coverage of war and resultant famine in Africa. To some, 1968 was the year of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Yet it was also the year of the Martin Luther King, Jr., and Bobby Kennedy assassinations; the riots at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago; Prague Spring; the antiwar movement and the Tet Offensive; Black Power; the generation gap; avant-garde theater; the upsurge of the women’s movement; and the beginning of the end for the Soviet Union. 1968 In both Europe and America Japanese imported cars and other goods were continuing to rise and trouble the governments of UK and USA as they worried about industries in their own countries being effected and jobs lost. In the...
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File:Arthur Young.jpg - Wikimedia Commons
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Arthur Young Kimdir
Arthur Young (agriculturist) - Wikipedia
Arthur Young (agriculturist) - Wikipedia
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