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Xaviera Simmons's body of work spans photography, performance, video, sound, sculpture and installation. She defines her studio practice, which is rooted in an ongoing investigation of experience, memory, abstraction, present and future histories-specifically shifting notions surrounding landscape-as cyclical rather than linear.
Test debut (cap 191) 11 January 1988 v India Last Test: 17 November 1997 v Pakistan ODI debut (cap 51) 16 October 1987 v Pakistan Last ODI: 30 May 1999 v Australia Domestic team information
Biography Early life. Benjamin was born in New York City, the son of Samuel Roger Benjamin (1910–1997), a garment industry worker. His family was Jewish. He attended the High School of Performing Arts and graduated from Northwestern University, where he was involved in many plays and studied in the Northwestern theater school.While there he met Paula Prentiss whom he married in 1961.
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Title Boxing's first national tour aims to KO boxing's intimidating image [PHOTOS] Title Boxing Club has embarked on its first national tour to showcase its signature workouts and kicked off the ...
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Miscellaneous 19th Century American Popular Music. NOTE: all songs, as appropriate, from my Minstrel Songs, Old and New webpage are also listed here, for their chronological listing convenience.
Ben Simmons - Career stats, game logs, biographical info, awards, and achievements for the NBA and NCAA.
The Elephant, beset by financial difficulties, will close Saturday in Mt. Vernon . Though the restaurant is closing, the announcement said the Elephant's dining area will still be available to ...
DR. BERNICE A. KING Chief Executive Officer, The King Center Dr. Bernice A. King is a global thought leader, orator, peace advocate and CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, which was founded by her mother, Coretta Scott King, in 1968.