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Navah Wolfe

Navah Wolfe now lives in Connecticut though she went to college in Yeshiva University where she studied History and English. She won a Hugo Award for her editorial work in 2019 having previously been nominated in 2017 and 2018. She has worked wit ...

The Tradition (poetry collection)

The Tradition is a 2019 poetry collection by Jericho Brown. The collection won the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Judges of the prize called the book "a collection of masterful lyrics that combine delicacy with historical urgency in their loving ...

Lyric

Lyric may refer to: Lyrics, the composition in verse which is sung to a melody to constitute a song Lyric group, a rhythm and blues girl group The Lyric magazine, a North American poetry magazine Lyric Hearing, an extended wear hearing aid Lyric, ...

Partners (1976 film)

Partners is a Canadian thriller drama film, directed by Don Owen and released in 1976. The film stars Hollis McLaren as Heather Grey, the daughter of business magnate John Grey ; when she takes over leadership of the company after her fathers dea ...

Day of Slavonic Alphabet, Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture

The Day Of Slavonic Alphabet, Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture has been celebrated since May 11, 1851. Cyril and Methodius had been saints since the 9th century, and the commemoration of their saints day had been celebrated since the 12th cent ...

Wallys Wonderland

Wallys Wonderland is an upcoming American thriller film directed by Kevin Lewis and starring Nicolas Cage, Emily Tosta, Beth Grant, Grant Cramer and Caylee Cowan.

Trauma Center (film)

In San Juan, Puerto Rico, a young woman named Madison Taylor Nicky Whelan is injured when shes caught in the crossfire of two corrupt cops, Pierce Tito Ortiz and Tull Texas Battle. She wakes up in the hospital and as a witness of one of their vic ...

The Calling (disambiguation)

The Calling di Suvero, a 1982 public artwork by American artist Mark di Suvero The Calling of St. Matthew, by Caravaggio The Calling sculpture, a 2003 outdoor sculpture in Belfast

Broken

Broken Armstrong novel, a 2006 novel by Kelley Armstrong in the Women of the Otherworld series Broken Slaughter novel, a 2010 novel by Karin Slaughter

The Tall Headlines (novel)

The Tall Headlines is a 1950 thriller novel by the British writer Audrey Erskine Lindop. A middle-class British family are lest devastated and divided when the eldest son is arrested and hanged for murder. In 1952 it was adapted into a film of th ...

I Start Counting (novel)

I Start Counting is a 1966 thriller novel by the British writer Audrey Erskine Lindop. With a strangler on the loose in her small English town, a British girl begins to suspect who it is. In 1970 it was adapted into a film of the same title direc ...

Wolong

Wolong may refer to: Wolong Gang 臥龍崗, former residence of Zhuge Liang in Nanyang, Henan Wolong, Wenchuan County, in Sichuan Wolong National Nature Reserve, Sichuan Wolong, Pingquan County, in Hebei Wolong, Zitong County, in Sichuan Wolong, Mai ...

James Potter

James Potter may refer to: James C. Potter 1855–1925, American engineer, inventor, businessman and civic leader James Potter baseball, owner of baseball club the Philadelphia Phillies James B. Potter Jr. born 1931, Los Angeles, California, City C ...

Henry Potter

Henry Potter may refer to: Henry C. Potter 1835–1908, bishop of the Episcopal Church of the United States Henry F. Potter, aka "Mr. Potter", a fictional character in Its a Wonderful Life Henry Potter & Co. Ltd, manufacturer of timpani, custom-bui ...

Bogart (disambiguation)

"Bogart", nickname of American Idol contestant Bo Bice Bogart surname, lists people with surname Bogart Bogart Rogers 1897–1966, American motion picture writer and producer and World War I flying ace

Dobby

Dobby Walker 1919–2009, American labor lawyer DOBBY, Australian Aboriginal musician Dobby Dobson born 1942, Jamaican reggae singer and record producer Dobby Gibson born 1970, American poet

Astrologaster

Astrologaster is a comedy narrative adventure video game developed and published by Nyamnyam. It was released for iOS on 2 May 2019 and for Microsoft Windows and Mac on 9 May 2019. The game centres around the historical 16th century physician and ...

Venus and Adonis

Venus and Adonis Shakespeare poem "Venus and Adonis", a story from Book X of Ovids Metamorphoses Venus and Adonis Constable poem, a poem by Henry Constable

The Evil That Men Do

Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do, a comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics The Evil That Men Do, a 1978 novel by R. Lance Hill The Evil That Men Do, a 1904 novel by M.P. Shiel The Evil That Men Do Buffy novel, an original ...

Jeff Miller

Jeff Miller may refer to: Jeff Miller writer born 1979, Canadian zine publisher and writer Jeff Miller Lassie, a fictional character in the long-running television series Lassie Jeff Miller, businessman and candidate for the U.S. House of Represe ...

Feud (disambiguation)

The Feud, a 1955 Hong Kong film featuring Kenneth Tsang The Feud 1919 film, a lost silent film drama The Feud, a 1926 American film featuring Earle Foxe The Feud 1910 film, an American silent film The Feud, a 1989 American film based on Thomas Be ...

Christmas Story

A Christmas Story, a 1983 comedy film based on the anecdotes of Jean Shepherd A Christmas Story: The Musical, a 2012 musical version of the 1983 film A Christmas Story A Christmas Story Live!, a 2017 live musical television program inspired by th ...

Circle of Life (disambiguation)

Circle of Life is a Disney song from the 1994 animated film The Lion King. Circle of Life or circle of life may also refer to: Circle of life, social circle, a community or subculture of a location Circle of life, biological life cycle of procrea ...

Eager Beaver

"Eager Beaver", a 1951 single by Hoagy Carmichael "Eager Beaver", a 1944 single by Stan Kenton "Eager Beaver", a 1960 single by The Nutty Squirrels "Eager Beaver", a song in the 1962 musical No Strings "The Eager Beaver", a song on the soundtrack ...

The Boy Who Cried Wolf (disambiguation)

"Boy Who Cried Wolf" song 1985 Style Council song The Boy Who Cried Wolf album, Passenger "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", by Futures The Holiday album 2010

Jean Holloway

Jean was born in San Francisco, California, to Arthur Casey - an official with the U.S. Department of Justice - and Gratia Holloway. Her parents divorced when she was young. While attending San Jose State University, she went to New York on vacat ...

Animal House (disambiguation)

Animal House Angie Martinez album, with the song of the same name "Animal House", a song from the 1984 album Walkin the Razors Edge by Helix Animal House U.D.O. album

What Do the Lonely Do at Christmas

What Do the Lonely Do at Christmas is a song recorded by R&B group the Emotions, released in 1973 by Stax Records. The single peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Recurrents chart in 2006.

Barely Legal

Barely Legal may refer to: Barely Legal film, a 2011 direct-to-video softcore porn film Barely Legal Banksy, a show by graffiti artist Banksy National Lampoons Barely Legal, a 2003 film starring Erik von Detten ECW Barely Legal, a pay-per-view ev ...

After School Special (disambiguation)

The term After School Special refers to a genre of American television programs that are intended to be viewed by adolescents after they returned home from school. After School Special may also refer to: "After School Special" Supernatural, an ep ...

High on Life (disambiguation)

High on Life is a song by Martin Garrix featuring Bonn. High on Life may also refer to: "High on Life", a song by DJ Encore feat. Engelina "High on Life", a song by Kwesta feat. Tia Black from DaKAR High on Life, an exhibition at American Visiona ...

National Lampoon

National Lampoon may refer to: National Lampoons Class Reunion, a 1983 film National Lampoons Animal House, a 1978 film, also based upon stories from the magazine National Lampoons Vacation film series, a series of comedy films based upon stories ...

Class Reunion (disambiguation)

A class reunion is a meeting of former classmates, typically organized at or near their former school by one of the class on or around a milestone anniversary of their graduation. Class Reunion may also refer to: Class Reunion, a 1979 novel by Ro ...

Michael Miller

Mike Miller singer, member of the band LMNT Mickey Miller, fictional character on the United Kingdom television series EastEnders, commonly known as Mike Miller Mike Miller, fictional character in the TV series The Last Man on Earth Mike Miller, ...

Neil Adams

Neil Adams rugby union from Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Union Neil Adams footballer born 1965, English footballer Neil Adams ice hockey born 1982, English ice hockey player Neil Adams judoka born 1958, British judoka Neil Adams rugby on List of Au ...

199th

199th may refer to: National Lampoon The 199th Birthday Book, American humor book that was issued in 1975 in paperback 199th Fighter Squadron, unit of the Hawaii Air National Guard 154th Wing located at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Honolulu, H ...

Marvel HeroClix: Infinity Challenge

Marvel Heroclix is a superhero tactical miniatures game. Infinity Challenge is the first Marvel Heroclix set produced by WizKids released May 2002 and retired June 2004. It is also the first Heroclix set produced.

Sharpe

Sharpe may refer to: Sharpe TV series, the television series based on Cornwells books Sharpe surname, people with the surname Sharpe Sharpe James, American politician, New Jersey Sharpe, Kentucky, a community in the United States Richard Sharpe f ...

Olivia Wilde filmography

Olivia Wilde is an Irish and American actress, producer, director, and activist. She is known for her role as Remy "Thirteen" Hadley on the medical-drama television series House, and her roles in the films Conversations with Other Women, Alpha Do ...

Hiss

Hiss or Hissing may refer to: Noise electronics or electronic circuit hiss, white noise present at low level in all electronic circuits Hiss electromagnetic, An electromagnetic wave phenomenon The Hiss, a five piece rock band from Atlanta, Georgi ...

Read Between the Lines

"Read Between the Lines", a song by Dave Melillo "Read Between the Lines", a song by Aaliyah from Aaliyah Read Between the Lines Aaron Tippin album, or the title song "Read Between the Lines", a song by Rebbie Jackson from R U Tuff Enuff Read Bet ...

Pieface

Pieface may refer to: Pie Face, friend to British comics character Dennis the Menace in The Beano based on Kevin Sanders Pie Face, an Australian meat pie company A childrens game made by Hasbro. UK Toy of the Year in 2015 Thomas Kalmaku, sidekick ...

Silver Bullet

A silver bullet is a method to kill mythical creatures such as werewolves or a metaphor for any solution of extreme effectiveness. Silver Bullet, The Silver Bullet or Silver Bullets may also refer to:

Art game (disambiguation)

There are several ways in which the field of art intersects with video games. The term art game is often used in the following contexts: Art game - Art house video games that emphasize art over gameplay or that primarily serve as a medium to make ...

The Forgetting Moon

A young boy, Nail, is orphaned and subsequently raised by a retired warrior named Shawcroft. Unbeknownst to him, he is part of a much larger plot that involves war and power struggles across the Five Isles.

Seon Manley

Seon Manley, was an American editor and author who worked with her sister Gogo Lewis. She worked with the supernatural, tales of suspense, and horror as well as biographies.

Hazel Felleman

Hazel Felleman was an American editor. She was the editor of New York Times Book Review Notes and Queries for 15 years, until 1955. She edited The Best Loved Poems of the American People and Poems That Live Forever. Both books have remained in pr ...

Scottish Field

The magazine was established by former railway booking clerk and advertising executive John MacMurtie in Glasgow in May 1903, following the model of the field sports magazine The Field in England. In 1931 the outdoors journal was taken over by He ...

Suzanne Jovet-Ast

Suzanne Ast was born in Paris, France on February 8, 1914. She received her Baccalaureat 1932 from Lycee Voltaire Paris and obtained her doctorate 1943 while at the National Museum of Natural History. In 1939 she married the French botanist Paul ...

Antonio Gasparinetti

Antonio Gasparinetti was an Italian poet, playwright and military officer in Napoleons Armee dItalie. Born in the Province of Treviso, he joined a light cavalry regiment as a lieutenant in 1797 and rose to the rank of colonel by the end of his ca ...