Kevin Black may refer to: Kevin Black (broadcaster) (1943–2013), New Zealand radio broadcaster Kevin Black (wrestling coach) (born 1979), former American wrestler and current wrestling coach Kevin Black (The Red Green Show), a fictional character This disambiguation page lists articles about people with the same name. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.Read More →

Visitors in Louis B. Mayer’s office in 1920, Mike Gore is second from the left Mike Gore (July 6, 1878 – August 16, 1953)[1] was a movie theater owner who received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his work in Motion pictures.[2] His star is located in the sidewalk in front of 6315 Hollywood Blvd. Gore came to the United States from Russia as a child, settling first in Chicago where he later was in the cigar-manufacturing business. He came to Los Angeles in 1906, when the movie industry was in its early days. He was a co-founder of the West CoastRead More →

Glenview Historic District Glenview Historic District U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. Historic district Location Bounded by Southern RR, Lamar Ave., S. Parkway E., and Frisco RR, Memphis, Tennessee Built 1908 Architectural style Bungalow/Craftsman, Colonial Revival MPS Residential Resources of Memphis MPS NRHP Reference # 99001244[1] Added to NRHP October 07, 1999 Glenview Historic District is a neighborhood in Memphis, Tennessee that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district in 1999.[1] The neighborhood is between South Memphis and Midtown and bounded by the Illinois Central Railroad on the west, Lamar Ave on the east, Southern Ave on the north and SouthRead More →

China Shipping Development Company Limited 中海发展股份有限公司 Type State-owned enterprise Industry Shipping and Logistics Founded 1994 Headquarters Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Area served People’s Republic of China Key people Chairman: Mr. Li Shaode Parent China Shipping Group Website China Shipping Development Company Limited China Shipping Development (SEHK: 1138, SSE: 600026) is a Chinese shipping company with its headquarters in Shanghai. The company is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The company produces, pursues and sells as a shipping company ships worldwide. China Shipping Group Company, founded on the 1 July 1997, is the holding company of China Shipping Development. AmongRead More →

This page presents the results of the Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Tournament during the 1971 Pan American Games, which was held from July 31 to August 11, 1971 in Cali, Colombia. Contents 1 Men’s Indoor Tournament 1.1 Preliminary Round 1.1.1 GROUP A 1.1.2 GROUP B 1.1.3 GROUP C 1.2 Final Round 1.3 Final Ranking 2 Women’s Indoor Tournament 2.1 Round Robin 2.2 Final Ranking 3 References Men’s Indoor Tournament[edit] Preliminary Round[edit] GROUP A[edit] Team Points G W L SW SL Ratio 1.  Cuba 6 3 3 0 9 0 MAX 2.  Argentina 5 3 2 1 6 6 1.000 3.  Chile 4 3 1 2Read More →

Adihalli village Country  India State Karnataka District Mandya Talukas Krishnarajpet Government  • Body Village Panchayat Languages  • Official Kannada Time zone IST (UTC+5:30) Nearest city Mandya Civic agency Village Panchayat Adihalli (Krishnarajpet) is a village in the southern state of Karnataka, India.[1][2] It is located in the Krishnarajpet taluk of Mandya district in Karnataka. See also[edit] Mandya Districts of Karnataka References[edit] ^ “Census of India : List of Villages Alphabetical Order > Karnataka”. Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. Retrieved 2008-12-18. [permanent dead link] , Census Village code= 2295700 ^ “Yahoo! maps India :”. Retrieved 2009-04-17.  Adihalli (Krishnarajpet), Mandya, Karnataka External links[edit] http://Mandya.nic.in/ v t e Villages and towns inRead More →

Immensee Directed by Veit Harlan Screenplay by Alfred Braun, Veit Harlan Based on Immensee by Theodor Storm Starring Kristina Söderbaum Carl Raddatz Paul Klinger Music by Wolfgang Zeller Production company UFA Release date 17 December 1943 (1943-12-17) (Berlin) Running time 88 minutes Country (Nazi) Germany Language German Immensee: ein deutsches Volkslied (Immensee: A German Folksong) is a German film melodrama of the Nazi era, directed in 1943 by Veit Harlan and loosely based on the popular novella Immensee (1849) by Theodor Storm. It was a commercial success and, with its theme of a woman remaining faithful to her husband, was important in raising the morale of German forces;Read More →

A number of steam-powered ships were named Duke of Connaught. PS Duke of Connaught TSS Duke of Connaught See also: SS Connaught This article includes a list of ships with the same or similar names. If an internal link for a specific ship led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended ship article, if one exists.Read More →

Antonio Capuano Born (1940-04-09) 9 April 1940 (age 76) Naples, Italy Occupation Film director, screenwriter Years active 1991-present Antonio Capuano (born 9 April 1940) is an Italian film director and screenwriter.[1] Selected filmography[edit] Sacred Silence (1996) The Dust of Naples (1998) Red Moon (2001) Mario’s War (2005) Dark Love (2010) References[edit] ^ “Antonio Capuano”. mymovies. Retrieved 24 May 2013.  External links[edit] Antonio Capuano at the Internet Movie Database v t e Nastro d’Argento Award for Best New Director Marco Leto (1974) Luigi Di Gianni (1975) Ennio Lorenzini (1976) Giorgio Ferrara (1977) Sergio Nuti (1978) Salvatore Nocita (1979) Maurizio Nichetti (1980) Massimo Troisi (1981) Alessandro Benvenuti (1982) FrancoRead More →

“And Then There’s Maude (Maude’s Theme)” is the theme song for the television series Maude (1972 – 1978), written by Marilyn and Alan Bergman and Dave Grusin, and performed by Donny Hathaway. Keeping with the theme of the liberal persona Maude (played by Bea Arthur) embodied, the theme lyrics compared historical figures Lady Godiva, Joan of Arc, Isadora Duncan and Betsy Ross to Maude. In popular culture[edit] Columnist Christopher Muther of The Boston Globe picked “And Then There’s Maude” as his favorite television theme song of the 1970s.[1] In the sitcom Seinfeld in Season 5, Episode 21: “The Hamptons,” when Elaine walks out of theRead More →