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Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird. It's a plane. It's . . . the United Nation's latest Honorary Ambassador – Wonder Woman. As death, destruction and mayhem continue to spread across the globe from Syria to Venezuela, the bureaucracy that is the United
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The fourth season of the Emmy-nominated Pioneers of Television series explores standup comedians who landed sitcoms, TV doctors and nurses, standout comedy actors, and the people who broke the color barrier on television. Season four includes interviews with legendary stars such as Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr, Edward James Olmos, Tim Allen, Bob Newhart, Anthony Edwards, Diahann Carroll, Dick Van Dyke, and George Takei.
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Performers include: The Leroy Smith Orchestra, Thomas Morris, Mike Mosiello, Andy Sannella. Personnel: Frank Luther, Jerry White, Irving Kaufman, Arthur Fields, Smith Ballew, Vaughn DeLeath (vocals); Andy Sannella (guitar, clarinet, alto saxophone); Carl Kress (guitar); Sam Speed, John Cali (banjo); Leroy Smith, Al Duffy (violin); Emerson Harper (clarinet, oboe, alto saxophone); Carl Orech (clarinet, alto saxophone); Bob Fuller (clarinet); Harold Henson (alto saxophone, vocoder); Manny Klein, Frank Belt, Pike Davis, Jack Cox, Mike Mosiello (trumpet); Thomas Morris (cornet); Charlie Butterfield, Robert Lewis, Tommy Dorsey (trombone); Claude Austin, Harry Brooks, Mike Jackson (piano); George Hamilton Green, Joe Green's Novelty Orchestra (xylophone, drums); Edward Beeler (drums). Audio Remasterer: John R.T. Davies. Liner Note Authors: Laurens Hertzdahl; Steven C. Barr; John Wilby. Director: Leroy Smith. You don't have to be a collector of obscure 78 rpm platters to enjoy this remarkable gold mine of all-but-forgotten jazz and hot novelty recordings. Whereas anyone who has actually handled the original artifacts will swoon with delight as the mother lode of 27 precious musical relics gradually reveals itself in all its glory. The Grey Gull company was born in Boston back in December 1919, the brainchild of one Theodore Shaw. By 1921 Grey Gull was actively leasing phonograph masters from other firms. Which makes this a rather surprising survey for the serious collector, as only one of these selections originally came out bearing the Grey Gull label. Grey Gull, it seems, was primarily an all-purpose record pressing operation, which had a hand in manufacturing and distributing lateral records bearing quite a number of small-time labels. While Emerson seems to have been a main source of material, labels represented on this disc include Nadsco, Amco, Globe, Madison, Van Dyke, Phonycord, Goodson, Piccadilly, Supreme, Up-To-Date and that fabulous budget line with the futu
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 61. Chapters: Bob Barr, Richard Campagna, Howard Jones, Jim Leach, Pierre Pierce, Henry Augustus Pilsbry, Zach Johnson, John G. Griffith, William Peters Hepburn, Brian Bell, John T. Struble, Nia Long, Allan Sandage, Terry Allen, Laura Leighton, Frank H. Maynard, Hill Harper, Dan McCarney, Nancy Hogshead-Makar, Norm Breyfogle, Jason Reeves, Marilynne Robinson, Richard H. Sylvester, Samuel J. Kirkwood, Joe Slick, Stephanie Novacek, Margaret Keyes, Brian Andreas, Dave Keuning, Moses Bloom, Jim Trickey, Joseph M. Petrick, Thomas Cech, David Leach, Chelsea Cain, Rick Graf, Brad Lohaus, Tim Dwight, Alfred Marshall Bailey, Phil Morris, Nate Kaeding, Gayle...
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 66. Chapters: People from Iowa City, Iowa, Bob Barr, Richard Campagna, Howard Jones, Paschal Eze, Jim Leach, Pierre Pierce, Harold M. McClelland, Henry Augustus Pilsbry, Zach Johnson, John G. Griffith, William Peters Hepburn, Brian Bell, John T. Struble, Nia Long, Allan Sandage, Terry Allen, Laura Leighton, Frank H. Maynard, Hill Harper, Dan McCarney, Nancy Hogshead-Makar, Norm Breyfogle, Jason Reeves, Marilynne Robinson, Richard H. Sylvester, Samuel J. Kirkwood, Joe Slick, Stephanie Novacek, Margaret Keyes, Brian Andreas, Dave Keuning, Moses Bloom, Christopher Reed, Jim Trickey, Joseph M. Petrick, Thomas Cech, David Leach, Chelsea Cain, Rick Graf, Brad...
22 years ago today, AAA, Puerto Rico's IWC, and WCW presented When Worlds Collide ( Cuando Los Mundos Chocan, not to be confused with the ECW event of the same name taking place in May 1994 ) from the Los Angeles Sports Arena in Los Angeles,... Amazingly, despite an increased awareness in lucha libre since the show, this remains the one and only AAA PPV event to take place in the United States. The show was voted the second best major wrestling card of 1994 by Wrestling Observer Newsletter readers, besting all other shows in North America. The award went to New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Super J Cup. Mascarita Sagrada & Octagoncito defeated Espectrito & Jerrito Estrada. Fuerza Guerrera, Madonna's Boyfriend, and Psicosis defeated Heavy Metal, Latin Lover, and Rey Misterio Jr. In an IWC-AAA interpromotional match, 2 Cold Scorpio, The Pegasus Kid, and Tito Santana defeated Blue Panther, Jerry Estrada, and La Parka. El Hijo del Santo & Octagon defeated La Pareja del Terror (Los Gringos Locos) (Eddie Guerrero & Love Machine) 2-1 in a best of three falls hair versus mask match. The falls were double elimination, meaning both members of the team had to be beaten before the fall could count. If one member of a team was beaten, they'd had to sit out until the next fall began. As a result of La Pareja del Terror losing, they were forced to get a haircut. Sadly, this would be the final match of the “Love Machine” Art Barr. Barr was found dead in his home in Springfield, Oregon just over two weeks later at age 28. The match, rated five stars by Wrestling Observer Newsletter , was voted the fourth best match of the year by Observer readers. Perro Aguayo defeated Konnan in a steel cage match. 18 years ago today at an ECW Hardcore TV taping in New York City (WWE Network link), The Dudley Boyz (Buh Buh Ray and D-Von) defeated Masato Tanaka and Balls Mahoney to win the ECW World Tag Team Championship for a record fifth time, beating... She occasionally fought in WCW (though they didn’t have a formal women’s division at this time). Greenwald, who was a member of Team Madness as Miss Madness, trained Macho Man Randy Savage’s girlfriend Stephanie Bellars, aka Gorgeous George. Greenwald was released from WCW in a cost-cutting move in August 2000. 16 years ago today at a WCW Thunder taping from Chicago, Illinois, Crowbar defeated Reno to win the WCW Hardcore Championship. 13 years ago today, Mike Lockwood, best known to wrestling fans as Crash Holly, passed away in his friend Stevie Richards' home in Navarre, Florida. He was just 32. Born August 25, 1971 in Anaheim, California, Lockwood wrestled as Johnny Pearson for Bay City Wrestling from 1989 to 1994. During that period, he dislocated his shoulder five times and spent a year and a half recovering after... He would wrestle on the independent circuit as "Irish" (and later "The Leprechaun") Erin O'Grady for All Pro Wrestling, where he would catch the interest of ECW's Taz. He wrestled a few untelevised matches for ECW in November 1997, then a tryout match with rival Vic Grimes for the WWF in January 1998. Following their WWF tryout, they were both signed and wrestled for Power Pro Wrestling, then the WWF's... Lockwood also wrestled some lucha libre in Mexico briefly as The Green Ghost in preparation for Super Astros. Lockwood would debut for the WWF in August 1999 as Crash Holly, the estranged cousin of Bob "Hardcore" Holly. The Hollys would briefly hold the WWF Tag Team Championships in October and early November after defeating the Rock ‘n Sock Connection. Crash would have his breakout role in 2000 as part of the hardcore division. He defeated Test on the February 24 Smackdown , then a week later introduce what would be known as the "24/7 Rule", meaning the title is contested at all times, day or night, as long as there was a referee present. His ability to worm his way out of trouble, or even back into the hardcore title shortly after being beaten for it, made him a fan favorite and earned him the moniker "The Houdini of Hardcore".
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Bob Barr; Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia's 7th district; In office January 3, 1995 – January 3, 2003: Preceded by: Buddy Darden
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Bob Barr is a former Congressman who represented the citizens of Georgia’s 7th Congressional District in the US House of Representatives from 1995 to 2003.
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