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The new hire would fill the spot held for 31 years by Tom Hardy, who left in February to serve as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. At the time, the council appointed City Attorney Russell Mahan as interim city manager,
Associated Press Pete Seeger, "A More Perfect Union" and "Pete Remembers Woody" (Appleseed Recordings) At 93, no one expects anything new from Pete Seeger, but that's not stopping the folk music icon from putting out two new releases on the same day.
Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images Pete Seeger, seen here in 2009. To everything, there is a season, according to Pete Seeger 's song, Turn, Turn, Turn, drawn from the Book of Ecclesiastes. This is the season for New Yorkers and all Americans to honor
Frank Lloyd Wright archives move to New York Wright designed the distinctive Solomon R Guggenheim Museum in Manhattan The archives of Frank Lloyd Wright are to move to New York to become part of the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and
NYT (9-3-12) The Modernist architect Frank Lloyd Wright wasn't a hoarder. But he did save just about everything whether a doodle on a Plaza Hotel cocktail napkin of an imagined city on Ellis Island, his earliest pencil sketch of the spiraling
He is best known for his theories of special relativity and general relativity. Einstein received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics "for his services to Theoretical Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect."
Participants will not engage in competitions but will have the opportunity to show the world what Israel is made of. The ASC (Asian Science Camp) is held every six years, each year in a different country from among the participants. The people
theday.com Published 08/15/2012 12:00 AM Updated 08/15/2012 11:03 AM New London The Don McLean concert scheduled for tonight at Harkness Memorial State Park has been moved to the Garde Arts Center because of the threat of inclement weather.
On August 6, that pseudo-conservative satirist Stephen Colbert utterly failed to pretend to play a right-winger on TV. Colbert invited on "legendary" radical-left folk singer Pete Seeger and treated him with deep reverence. "It's an honor to have you
An unruly crowd of 4,500 stampeded through the American Museum of Natural History in 1930 to see a movie about Einstein's work. The ruckus produced no serious damage or reported injuries, save for a little torn clothing. But since it happened in such